Versatility is one quality that helps players thrive in the modern game. With competitions for places increasing, a player must be comfortable playing across multiple positions to have a top career. But the ability to relocate to a new position […]
Aside from the foundation of a competitive squad, finding the right balance of fullbacks to implement a system is indeed extremely important. But, as the game has evolved through the years, the full-back position has evolved as well. Old-school full-backs […]
The vague idea of creating a European Super League has been put forward and has been withdrawn quite erratically ever since the 1980s – the idea to create a league in which a handful of elite clubs will participate from […]
Some players have their year. Others maybe a couple. But ‘Little Kaiser’ had a decade. The Little Emperor; Michael Ballack; the “little” only compared to the big, original Der Kaiser, Franz Beckenbauer who was an ironclad fixture of German football. […]
Very often, young defenders tend to lose their cool and always want to rush into things, or by defining their success by the club they play for, which is the exact opposite Chris Richards of Bayern Munich has been ever […]
Bayern Munich’s head coach Carlo Ancelotti desperately needs a victory in the German Super Cup duel when facing their national rival Borussia Dortmund this Saturday evening in Dortmund when the 2017 German Champion (Bayern) crosses swords with the 2017 Cup winner.
The 2017 German champions Bayern Munich are encountering more trouble than expected in their search for a new director of sports.
Retired Philipp Lahm has been named as Player of the Year following a poll by Germany’s leading sports magazine “Kicker” on Sunday.
Carlo Ancelotti, 58, faces a difficult second year at his German club Bayern Munich.
Though the first negotiations a few weeks ago came to nothing, it is still an option for Philipp Lahm to return to Bayern Munich.
Bayern Munich don’t like it but skipper Philipp Lahm wants to call it a day while he’s still at the top of his game.
Philipp Lahm has confirmed he will retire at the end of the season, leaving behind a career littered with club and individual trophies.