Franck Ribery who has enjoyed a highly decorated, lengthy career with the club of Bayern Munich, expanding all the way back to the year 2007 when he has given a contract from Ligue 1 side of Olympique Marseilles for €25 million and this amount was a record fee at that time. In his career of 12 years with the Bayern Munich, he has won 8 titles of Bundesliga, 5 titles of DFB-Pokal, and of course the well-known and most famous title of Champions League in 2012-13 from the treble-winning season.

His fellow prominent winger Arjen Robben has recently announced that he will soon leave the Bayern Munich at this season’s end, and after Ribery’s team played a draw of 3-3 against Ajax, he also gave hint that he may make the same decision too. While interacting with Sport 1, after the draw of the final whistle, Ribery said that his future is still hazy and unclear, but he sounded a bit low and expressed an amount of gratitude and indebtedness towards the Bayern Munich in the conference which sounded more like a “farewell”
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Bayern Munich will meet Hertha Berlin at the Olympic Stadium in the next round of DFB Cup, which will take place in early February. The next opponent of Bayern Munich’s DFB Cup campaign will be revealed on Sunday. The Bavarians are ready to meet their fellow Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin at the Olympic Stadium in round 16 of the cup contest, which will take place on February 5 or 6.

Bayern Munich had to work hard to win in their previous two DFB Cup matches. The Bavarians managed a narrow 1-0 winner Drochtersen / Assel at the start of the season. Then Bayern in 32 rounds was made to fight for a victory by SV Rodinghausen. Bayern has not won DFB Cup in the last two seasons, so this trophy becomes even more important for Niko Kovac and Co.
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Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac wants his team to improve. He said that although they have made a good start to the season there needs to be some improvement in the way they address some games. He said that they have lost some easy games in the league and that they have conceded an easy draw in the match against Ajax in the Champions League.

Niko Kovac said that these were games that fans were expecting them to win and that the players should take responsibility for the results. He believes that the squad has the quality and the skills to win these type of games and that it is up to the players to deliver the goods.
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Bayern Munich showed its unbeatable performance in 8th August by defeating Rottach Egern in 20-2 which took place in Tegernsee, Germany, the training ground. The Bundesliga stars had their 1st goal of the match within the very 1st minute itself. This time it was due to Kingsley Coman. The 2nd score was achieved in the 3rd minute by Thiago. Coman finished his hat trick post achieving scores in the 13th minute and 16th minute. Thereafter, Robert Lewandowski began to achieve his own score runs and achieved consecutive 3 goals in no time.

Rottach Egern achieved his 1st goal successfully within the26th minute of the game and added the final score soon after a few minutes. Bayern got into halftime with an advantage of 7-2. Sandro Wagner helped to add the 8th score to Bayern in the 56th minute.
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Robert Lewandowski has been largely touted to be set on leaving Germany this summer. The player said he wants a new challenge and even went ahead to hire a top agent to get him a good club. The Poland international has been linked with the biggest clubs in the game: Paris St Germain, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Real Madrid.

It seems Madrid is his preferred destination as they get to play in the Champions League and contend for the La Liga title next season. This is aside a bump in wages as his career peaks.

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has stressed that his side cannot go on a spending spree like Paris Saint-Germain to recruit the best players from across the globe. The Bavarian giants broke their transfer record earlier in the summer after they paid £37.35m to pursue Corentin Tolisso from French side Lyon.

In a report covered by The Mail, Hoeness insisted that the club are focused on grooming young players along the day, and they cannot spend fees in excess of £100m to pursue the likes of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, both of whom joined Paris Saint-Germain in the summer. Continue reading “Bayern Munich Chief Aims Dig At Paris Saint-Germain’s Big-Spending”

Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal is not keen on the switch to Chelsea as he prefers to remain in Germany until the end of the season, according to reports. Vidal wants to ignore the Premier League side and focus on the treble push at the Allianz Arena, especially with the new manager returning confidence to the team.

Antonio Conte’s side has been linked with a £32.5 million move for the Chilean box to box midfielder. Vidal worked with Conte whilst he was in charge at Juventus. The Italian coach seeks a reunion but the Bayern star is looking to see off the current season with his present employers rather than jump on the ship to Stamford Bridge this January.

Jurgen Klopp has been at the helm of Liverpool since October of 2015 as the German tactician became the head coach of the English Premier League. During his 1st season in Anfield, Klopp was able to push Liverpool from the 8th spot to the 4th position which is a significantly positive difference.

It seems like the 50 year old manager is enjoying his time with the English outfit as he penned a 6 year long contract with Liverpool on July of 2016 which is expected to keep him at Anfield at least until 2022.


Since the inception of the UEFA Champions League which was over 60 years ago with a different name, English clubs have only been able to lift the prestigious European title on 12 occasions of the total 62 times which have been completed.

Of the past decade, English clubs have not really made any kind of impact or influence in the UEFA Champions League.

The last time that an English team won the UEFA Champions League was back during the season of 2011-12 when Chelsea overcame Bayern Munich in a penalty shoot-out.

From there on out, England has struggled marking their name in European football while Spain has taken charge with Real Madrid and Barcelona emerging as extremely dominating forces.

Even Italy is beginning to rise in recent times with Juventus finishing as runners-up in the 2014-15 and the 2016-17 season.

Despite of this lack of power from English clubs, Carlo Ancelotti appears to be worried by them as the head coach of Bayern Munich said: Continue reading “Ancelotti believes that the Champions League will be more difficult”