It was hard to tell if Sergei Gnabry was trolling Arsenal or Tottenham or both when he tweeted “North London is red” after Bayern Munich destroyed Spurs 7-2 in London on the ongoing UEFA Champions League.

It is easy to say that Spurs are shitty at the moment and that contributed to the magnitude of humiliation and you’d be right but that does not take away the fact that Bayern’s performance was a masterpiece.

A ringing endorsement to how well they have been growing and improving having witnessed some stagnancy while still looking like a team with healthy progress, is the number of youth massaging the old guard to produce a night that will stand out for many nights to come as far as the UEFA Champions League is concerned.

Yes, it looks like they are struggling back home but that will pass. You don’t lose Ribery and Robben at once and expect things to continue as normal when it was practically those two who did the most damage for the FC Hollywood.

Still with Phillipe Coutinho, Kingsley Coman and Gnabry, the Allianz Arena are setting themselves up nicely for the future.

Manuel Neuer increasingly looks like he will pull a Gianluigi Buffon’s longevity in between Bayern’s sticks. Joshua Kimmich – who also scored a wonderful goal by the way – looks set to lead the next generation of Bayern defenders once Jerome Boateng retires. Then there is Thiago Alcantara whom you just need to re-watch the clip of his beautiful long pass to Sergei to understand how much magic is in between the Spaniard’s legs.

Real Madrid is struggling. Barcelona will soon join once Messi retires. As for Juventus, if they can’t win it with Cristiano Ronaldo, they might as well forget it. The last place to challenge the crown of Europe is England but even they are struggling to produce a major season in, season out title contender.

The Bavarians just need the universe to do its thing and enable this new generation of ruthless footballers rule Europe once again.

The move of Philip Countinho to Barcelona in the year 2018 had not panned out like it was being hoped. His move to Camp Nou made him Liverpool for fulfilling a dream that he harbored since childhood. Countinho was taken as the apparent heir to Andres Iniesta.

Nevertheless, irrespective of Blaugrana having won successive La Liga titles, Coutinho had been having trouble adjusting to the plans of Ernesto Valverde. Hence, the tone that moved away from this summer with the question how he was going to fit into the team in Catalunya in 2019-20 rather than where he is going to ply his trade.

With the English transfer deadline rolling out, Coutinho had been linked to Arsenal, Liverpool, and Tottenham. However, no return to Premier League was forthcoming. All had been put off by the demand of Barcelona for a big loan fee.

There have been rumors during summer that Coutinho is being used as a significant part of a happening deal for bringing in Neymar to Camp Nou. The French side has been uninterested.

As Bayern Munich is struggling at the beginning of the campaign, loss to Borussia Dortmund and the draw to Hertha Berlin in Bundesliga and injured Leroy Sane, the heavyweights of Germany have stepped in. Coutinho has agreed to and also completed his switch to Bavaria. This suits all the parties.

At present, Bayern Munich is lacking creativity. Javi Martinez, Thiago, Leon Goretzka, and Corentin Tolisso are great players but none of them possesses the capability to win the match. The dynamic ability of Coutinho to make changes for himself and other players is going to add a new dimension to the attack of the team which had otherwise been one dimensional and also over-reliant on the crosses from the flanks.

Esteem can be surveyed in a large number of various ways, and every one of us has an alternate thought regarding what makes a player profitable to his group. Scoring, play-production, extraordinary safeguard, administration, those are on the whole properties that may comprise a player’s esteem.

With respect to the BFW staff, we as a whole had various thoughts regarding which player was “most profitable” to the Bayern Munich through the span of the 2018-2019 season, at the end of the day the call is totally handed over to others and their votes.
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Bayern Munich are one of the top teams in Germany as the club has won the last six league titles to remain the undisputed team in the country. However, the core of the team are in their 30s which is set to see the club make unprecedented wade into the transfer market.

Legendary wingers Arjen Robben and Frank Ribery are expected to the club at the end of the season as the club looks to bring in new faces. Atletico Madrid Lucas Hernandez is the first player to be confirmed after the club broke their transfer record for the 23-year-old World Cup-winning defender.

Bayern Munich are set to have the biggest summer in their history as the club are expected to spend around £200 million on new signings. The club have begun to display their financial muscles announcing the arrival of Atletico Madrid defender Lucas Hernandez for a record fee of €80 million.

His signing is the second in the centre defence following the signing of fellow countryman Benjamin Pavard from Stuttgart during the season. this huge transfer outlay is likely to signal the end of some players career at the club.

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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