Our parting shot as a blog is a collective evaluation of the 2017-18 season with thoughts on the future. In what state is the team?
Bayern’s defence, especially at left-back, has been left wanting for much of the season. We explore some targets they ought to approach.
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.
Jupp Heynckes should make a daring move by benching Robert Lewandowski in favour of Sandro Wagner in FC Bayern’s Champions League semis, second leg, at Real Madrid on May 1.
While all the talk has been pertaining to the new coach Nico Kovac that Bayern have appointed, we delve into the transfers that the club will probably be doing this summer.
Bayern Munich have announced Niko Kovac as their next manager. Will the current Frankfurt coach live up to Bavarian standards, let alone fill the shoes of Jupp Heynckes?
A Bundesliga title that seemed impossible a few months ago was easily captured by FC Bayern. Rick also discusses Das Massaker and Julian Nagelsmann.
Since the dismissal of Carlo Ancelotti, most of Bayern’s players have stepped up their game considerably. Some have been inconsistent and they will need to improve, especially in the Champions League.
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.
Rumours have it that FC Bayern have to find and announce a new coach soon as Jupp Heynckes is expected to stay only until this summer. Here is why Thomas Tuchel would be a good fit.