Gerd Muller, one of the finest strikers of all-time and a Bayern Munich legend, has passed away at the age of 75. Known as ‘Der Bomber,’ the German was beloved across the country and the footballing community due to his […]
As Antoine Greizmann commits his future to the Madrid side, Manchester United will have to look elsewhere to bolster their attack ahead of the upcoming Premier League season. Mourinho’s men had a forgettable outing in the League this season, the […]
Bayern Munich moved atop the standings for now after bouncing back and edging Mainz 3-1 at the opener of the 13th round in Bundesliga.
Bayern Munich chairman Rummenigge has lambasted Premier League clubs, claiming that they hijack young talents from all over the world.
Wednesday’s match clearly showed that Bayern and Ancelotti will have to improve, do some more hard work and make adjustments to their game.
Carlo Ancelotti might have noticed the importance of his first away game with the 2016 German champion Bayern Munich.
Bayern Munich cruised to a 5-0 win over Rostov thanks to the brace from Joshua Kimmich at the first game in the Champions League’s Group D.
Neymar scored two goals and Barcelona did enough to advance to the Champions League final despite losing the second leg of semifinal 3-2 to Bayern Munich.
A glance into a crystal ball might be the best option to find answers regarding the future of 2015 Bundesliga champions Bayern and their coach Guardiola.
Former Germany footballer Lothar Matthaus believes the current crop of players at Bayern Munich is losing faith in coach Pep Guardiola’s methods.
Bayern has the same side that lost to Barcelona last week in UEFA Champions League semi finals. Barca leads 3-0 to Guardiola’s army.
It’s UEFA Semi final’s second leg and Barcelona are 3 goals ahead of Bayern Munich. Can Bayern make a comeback?