Once again, Bayern head into the seething cauldron in Madrid. Once again, they find themselves having to come back from behind after a traumatic 1:2 defeat at the Allianz Arena. After last year’s heartbreak, it is now the time to break the spell of the evil white witch of Madrid.
A Bundesliga title that seemed impossible a few months ago was easily captured by FC Bayern. Rick also discusses Das Massaker and Julian Nagelsmann.
A weird and uninspiring international break is finally over. FC Bayern have a classic BVB matchup and a potentially stern Champions League test on their plate.
FC Bayern München continue their successful run under Jupp Heynckes, and things continue to fall nicely into place. Is it too early to start to dream?
Things look rosy in Bayern-land, but there is plenty to discuss as the season nears the business end. Here are the big talking points.
FC Bayern München’s 2017-18 season started out badly but was quickly turned around. What can we expect in 2018?
Since the international break, FC Bayern München had been far from inspiring. Things are slowly turning around again. Despite the odd wobble, the Bavarian ship has been rightened.
The last time we had an international break, FC Bayern München were still coming to terms with their traumatic early season coaching change. Just over a month later, it is like all of those problems had never happened. We are all starting to bask in the warm red Osram glow.
What a match. Bad penalty calls. A red card. Chances but no cigar. A debutant almost winning the match with his first touch. Then, a perfect penalty shoot out.
Just over a fortnight into the reign of Jupp IV, things are starting to look up for Bayern after their early season trauma. We cannot count our chickens quite yet, but a corner has been turned.