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Four Bayern Munich fans, for Bayern Munich fans. Ben, Garett, Sebastian, and Tim come from four very different backgrounds but have one very important thing in common: a love for Bayern Munich. Join the quartet as they discuss all things Bayern, each providing commentary and insight from their own unique perspective as a fan.
 
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Bayern Munich and Ajax fought to a fun — and relatively well-played — 2-2 draw in Germany. There were some good things — and some not so good things — about the match, but we saw some progress from the Bayern Munich youngsters and from a few vets as well. On this episode we discuss the following: The good performance from players like Armindo Sieb,…
 
We thought this would be a relatively dead week for Bayern Munich news, but we were WAY off. Not only did we see some absolutely crazy news regarding the club’s current negotiations with some star players, but we got a hefty dose of “Robert Lewandowski is opening to leaving” news that made us think it was 2018 all over again. Anyway, here is what w…
 
Today on the podcast: -Euro 2020 Recap: we talk about which teams we were impressed and disappointed by -We choose our three most outstanding players of the tournament -It's never too late to look to the '22 World Cup Final -What do we expect from Germany at next year's tournament? As always, thank you for the support! Be sure to rate us, like us, …
 
Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann made his debut with club during his squad’s 3-2 loss to FC Köln. Using an extremely young lineup, Nagelsmann managed his boys against a very game Billy Goats side, who were not exactly lambs being led to slaughter. On this episode we discuss the following: How the squad looked overall during the match under N…
 
The European Championships are over and now the focus shifts fully to Bayern Munich’s preparations for this season. Julian Nagelsmann is working with a stripped down crew right now, but the young coach is making the most of this time. On this episode we talk about the following: The Euro finale between Italy and England. The rumors linking Robert L…
 
The Julian Nagelsmann era at Bayern Munich is officially under way and the new boss has hit the ground running. After one week, we already got a glimpse into his plans and have even started to hear some rumors on players that the manager would like to bring in. This is what we talk about on this episode: News from Nagelsmann’s first week at the hel…
 
Germany was booted from the Euros at the hands of England and now Bavarian Football Works will focus in on Bayern Munich’s upcoming 2021/2022 season. It would have been nice to see Germany continue onward, but it was not in the cards for a multitude of reasons. Here is what what we discussed on this week’s episode: A look at how and why Germany fal…
 
On this episode we tackle: - What exactly happened in the game, who missed, who stepped up, and the overall feel for the game - How much blame falls on Joachim Löw and what does this mean for his legacy going forward - How the squad selection before and during the tournament set the team up for failure — again - What Germany has to look forward to …
 
Germany and England are ready to square-off in the European Championships at Wembley Stadium and the atmosphere should be nothing short of raucous. Die Mannschaft is dealing with some injuries and illnesses, while England is toying around with a bit of a formation change. Here is summary of what we cover in this episode: Germany’s injuries and illn…
 
On this episode: - Jake and Tom offer their thoughts on the biggest surprises and disappointments of the Euros so far - Looking back to before the tournament started, we see how we thought the groups would stack up — and see who was the most accurate in their predictions - Finally, we take a look at the Round of 16 matchups (which start today) and …
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Weekend Warm-up! It has been yet another crazy week of Bayern Munich and Germany news. Bayern Munich is trying to navigate through the summer transfer window to finish off its squad planning, while Germany is gearing up for the Euro 2021 competition. This is what we have on tap for this episode: How Germany ma…
 
Talking points from the game: Leroy Sane’s abject performance should worry Bayern Munich fans. Jamal Musiala is a star and should play more minutes. Robin Gosens’ inconsistency makes him an enigma. Mats Hummels did the work of three men. Potential changes for Low to consider before the game against England. As always, thank you for the support! Be …
 
Here we are! The final game of the group stage as Germany takes on Willi Orban’s Hungary side. Hungary has been one of the surprise teams of the tournament so far and it is safe to say that they are catching Germany at the right time — Bayern Munich’s Thomas Müller will likely miss the game due an injury. Anything can happen in this match and nothi…
 
Today’s Games: Group C: UKR 0-1 AUT [ 21’ Baumgartner ] Group C: MKD 0-3 NED [ 24’ Depay; 51’, 58’ Wijnaldum ] Group B FIN 0-2 BEL [ 74’ Hradecky (OG); 81’ Lukaku ] Group B: RUS 1-4 DEN [ 38’ Damsgaard; 59’ Poulsen; 70’ Dzyuba (P); 79’ Christensen; 82’ Mæhle ] Tomorrow’s Matches: Group D: Croatia v. Scotland (Hampden Park — Glasgow, Scotland) 15:00…
 
Today’s Games: Group A: ITA 1-0 WAL [ 39’ Pessina ] Group A: SUI 3-1 TUR [ 6’ Seferovic; 26’, 68’ Shaqiri; 62’ Kahveci ] Tomorrow’s Matches: Group C: North Macedonia v. Netherlands (Johan Cruyjff Arena — Amsterdam, Netherlands) 12:00 noon ET Group C: Ukraine v. Austria (National Arena — Bucharest, Romania) 12:00 noon ET Group B: Russia v. Denmark (…
 
Today’s Games: Group D: HUN 1-1 FRA [ 45+2’ Fiola; 66’ Griezmann ] Group E: POR 2-4 GER [ 15’ Ronaldo; 35’ Dias (OG); 39’ Guerreiro (OG); 51’ Havertz; 60’ Gosens; 67’ Jota] Group E: ESP 1-1 POL [ 25’ Morata; 54’ Lewandowski ] Tomorrow’s Matches: Group A: Italy v. Wales (Stadio Olimpico — Rome, Italy) 12:00 noon ET Group A: Switzerland v. Turkey (Ol…
 
A lot of us cried “doom and gloom”; a lot of us thought it was over for Germany after a deflating performance against France in their Euro 2020 opener. Yet, today, the attack was inspired, the play was joyful, the defense was shaky and Germany won. It wasn’t a last second free kick from Toni Kroos; it wasn’t a lucky goal; they deserved the victory.…
 
Today’s Games: Group E: SWE 1-0 SVK [ 75’ Forsberg (P) ] Group D: CRO 1-1 CZE [ 37’ Schick (P); 47’ Perisic ] Group D: ENG 0-0 SCO Tomorrow’s Matches: Group F: Hungary v. France (Puskas Arena — Budapest, Hungary) 09:00 ET Group F: Portugal v. Germany (Allianz Arena — Munich, Germany) 12:00 ET Group E: Spain v. Poland (Estadio de La Cartuja — Sevill…
 
Germany is set to square off with Portugal in a critical game at the Euro 2020 tournament that could go a long way to determining Die Mannschaft’s ultimate fate. On this episode we discuss the following: The probable starting lineups for both teams. How Portugal is likely going to try and attack Germany. Why this game is so vital for Germany’s hope…
 
What a week it has been. We’ve got Bayern Munich and Germany news FOR DAYS, so why don’t you sit back for a bit and hear what we’ve got to say about the hottest topics of the week. This is what we have on the agenda this week: Germany dropped a 1-0 heartbreaker to France that wasn’t....that bad (!?). Will Joachim Löw change things up or will he rid…
 
Today’s Games: Group D: UKR 2-1 MKD [ 29’ Yarmolenko; 34’ Yaramchuk; 57’ Alioski ] Group E: DEN 1-2 BEL [ 2’ Poulsen; 55’ T. Hazard; 70’ De Bruyne ] Group E: NED 2-0 AUS [ 11’ Depay; 67’ Dumfries ] Tomorrow’s Matches: Group E: Sweden v. Slovakia (Krestovsky Stadium — St Petersburg, Russia) 09:00 ET Group D: Croatia v. Czech Republic (Hampden Park —…
 
Today’s Games: Group B: FIN 0-1 RUS [ 45 + 2’ Miranchuk ] Group A: TUR 0-2 WAL [ 42’ Ramsey; 90+5’ Roberts ] Group A: ITA 3-0 SUI [ 26’, 52’ Locatelli ; 89’ Immobile ] Tomorrow’s Matches: Group C: Ukraine v. North Macedonia (National Arena — Bucharest, Romania) 09:00 ET Group B: Denmark v. Belgium (Telia Parken — Copenhagen, Denmark) 12:00 ET Group…
 
Full Time: France 1-0 Germany [ 20’ Hummels (OG) ] Statistics: Shots: FRA - 4 | GER - 10 SOT: FRA - 1 | GER - 1 Possession: FRA - 38% | GER - 62% Pass Accuracy: FRA - 83% | GER - 89% Tomorrow’s Matches: Group B: Finland v. Russia (Krestovsky Stadium — St. Petersburg, Russia) 09:00 ET Group A: Turkey v. Wales (Olympic Stadium — Baku, Azerbaijan) 12:…
 
Today’s Matches: Group D: SCO 0-2 CZE [ 42’, 52’ Schick ] Group E: POL 1-2 SLO [ 18’ Szczeny (OG); 46’ Linetty; 69’ Skriniar ] Group E: ESP 0-0 SWE Tomorrow’s Matches: Group F: Wales v. Portugal (Puskas Stadium — Budapest, Hungary) 12:00 ET Group F: Germany v. France (Allianz Arena — Munich, Germany) 15:00 ET Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
 
It is finally here, Germany vs. France at the Euro 2020...err Euro 2021...err...whatever. However the tournament is branded, this is a blockbuster match-up. With a busload of Bayern Munich players on the rosters of the two combatants, this match — more than any in the tourney — should peak your interest. On this episode we discuss the following: Th…
 
Today’s Games: Group D: ENG 1-0 CRO [ 57’ Sterling ] Group C: AUS 3-1 MKD [ 18’ Lainer; 28’ Pandev; 78’ Gregoritsch; 89’ Arnautovic ] Group C: NED 3-2 UKR [ 52’ Wijnaldum; 58’ Weghorst; 75’ Yarmolenko; 79’ Yaramchuk; 85’ Dumfries] Tomorrow’s Matches: Group D: Scotland v. Czech Republic (Hampden Park— Glasgow, Scotland) 09:00 ET Group E: Poland v. S…
 
Today’s Games: Group A: ITA 3-0 TUR [ 53’ Demiral (OG); 66’ Immobile; 76’ Insigne ] Tomorrow’s Matches: Group A: Wales v. Switzerland (Olympic Stadium — Baku, Azerbaijan) 09:00 ET Group B: Denmark v. Finland (Parken Stadium — Copenhagen, Denmark) 12:00 ET Group B: Belgium v. Russia (Krestovsky Stadium — St. Petersburg, Russia) 15:00 ET Be sure to s…
 
These are the teams competing in Group F: - France: Les Blues are the reigning World Champions featuring the deepest squad in this tournament. Can they win another title? - Germany: With lackluster performances and a manager on the way out, can Die Mannschaft overcome the obstacles they put in front of themselves? - Hungary: The Magyars come into t…
 
These are the teams competing in Group E of the 2020 Euros: - Poland: After complete disappointment in the 2018 FIFA World Cup, can the Orły come back in a big way? - Slovakia: With some of the longest odds in the tournament, can the Repre surprise everyone? - Spain: With some notable absences, but a strong squad nonetheless, La Fuira Roja look to …
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Weekend Warm-up! It has been a crazy week of Bayern Munich and Germany news. Bayern Munich is trying to navigate through the summer transfer window to finish off its squad planning, while Germany is gearing up for the Euro 2021 competition. This is what we have on tap for this episode: A look at the ups-and-do…
 
These are the teams competing in Group D of the 2020 Euros: - Croatia: After finishing runners up in the 2018 World Cup, the Vatreni are hoping to prove that their second Golden Generation has more gas left in the tank - Czech Republic (Czechia): The Locamotiva are hoping their defensive rigidity and possession based football will be able to slow d…
 
These are the teams competing in Group C of the 2020 Euros: - Austria: the team with the most Bundesliga players on it will be fighting in a tough group, but the Burschen have a better chance than most at going through - The Netherlands: after missing the last two major tournaments, the Oranje are back and looking to reclaim their spot at the top o…
 
These are the teams competing in Group B of the 2020 Euros: - Belgium: After reaching the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup, can the Red Devils’ Golden Generation finally get some silverware in their trophy cabinet? - Denmark: A team that does not have consistency at striker, but is strong everywhere else, can De Rød-hvide find the goals needed to …
 
These are the teams entering Group A of the 2020 edition of the Euros: -Italy: a dominant run entering this tournament for Gli Azzuri looks to see them reclaim their title as one of Europe's best after an absence from the 2018 World Cup -Switzerland: after good showings in their last two major tournaments, can the Nati keep up their momentum? -Turk…
 
Some talking points on the podcast include: Kai Havertz’s confidence propelled him forward; he had a great game. Joshua Kimmich’s and Thomas Müller’s movement helped open up spaces for the remainder of the team. Joachim Löw stuck with three at the back; it worked today but only because the opposition was Latvia. Mats Hummels showed the kind of pass…
 
Another week is in the books and there were quite a few big Bayern Munich news items that went down. For a period where Bayern Munich has no money to spend and no games to be played, there is still an awful lot happening around the club. Here is a quick look at what’s discussed on this edition of the Weekend Warm-up: Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Ru…
 
Despite being just a friendly, this match between Germany and Denmark was big for Die Mannschaft. With the integration of Bayern Munich’s Thomas Müller and Borussia Dortmund’s Mats Hummels back into the squad, Joachim Löw has just a few weeks of training camp and a couple of friendlies to sort through how to make everything work. Early returns say …
 
Well...well...well. Did you want a little Bayern Munich talk back in your life? We’ve got the perfect solution for you! In the offseason, we’ll have our “Weekend Warm-up” move to podcast form! We’ll cover some of the hot topics for the week and whatever randomness if occurring. Check out what we have in store for this week’s episode: Uli Hoeneß and…
 
Bayern Munich could be in for a busy summer. New manager Julian Nagelsmann will arrive soon with new signing Dayot Upamecano. But after the departures of David Alaba, Jerome Boateng, and Javi Martinez, will the Bavarians be looking to offload any further players this summer? And what will become of the handful of young guys returning from loan? Ben…
 
The end of a title winning season is always memorable, but this game was more than that. It was the end of the road for three players, a coach, and a legendary record. You could not have asked for a better game as a Bayern Munich fan. Well, maybe you could have, but let’s leave that for the podcast. Talking points from the game: How Augsburg became…
 
Bayern Munich will finish off its Bundesliga campaign against FC Augsburg in what nearly everyone is hoping will be a record-breaking performance from Robert Lewandowski. The Polish Hitman will be aiming to break Gerd Müller’s league scoring record, while also working to send many of his teammates and coaches off with a win. On this episode we disc…
 
Today on the podcast: * Final Day Preview: we look at all possible scenarios for promotion and relegation in the top three divisions this weekend. Find out who is fighting for European spots, who's fighting to join the Bundesliga, and whether or not Bayern II will be able to stay up in the 3. Liga * Euro 2020ne squads have been released! Find out w…
 
Bayern Munich recently won their 9th consecutive Bundesliga title, partially in thanks to Robert Lewandowski's phenomenal campaign. While nobody is questioning the Pole's greatness after he equalized Gerd Muller's long-standing record of 40 goals in a season, Bayern's recent Bundesliga title does have many questioning the competitiveness of Germany…
 
In news that broke earlier today, Joachim Löw has announced his 26-man squad for Germany that will compete in the European Championships this summer and — as expected — there will be a strong Bayern Munich presence on the roster. Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer, Niklas Süle, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry, Jamal Musiala, and T…
 
In this episode: Tom discusses: - Freibrug’s compact defensive & midfield lines - Lewy getting goal #40 - Lewy somehow NOT getting goal #41 - Hansi Flick going pretty full strength bar Nubel for Neuer - The space left in midfield by Bayern; the Kimmich/Alaba pivot - Christian Streich’s positive substitutions - The fringe subs Flick made, slowing at…
 
Bayern Munich will travel to Schwarzwald-Stadion to take on SC Freiburg in Bundesliga action. The Bavarians are looking to finish strong and hopefully see Robert Lewandowski break Gerd Müller’s goal scoring record in the process. Let’s take a look at what we talk about on this episode: A look at each team’s current form. A quick admiration of Chris…
 
FT: Bayern Munich 6-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach Bayern Stats: 57.6% possession, 22 shots, 7 SOG, 90% passing Gladbach Stats: 42.4% possession, 14 shots, 3 SOG, 85% passing *Leon Goretzka came on and went off within a matter of minutes, with an injury. *Tanguy Nianzou saw a red card minutes after coming on. *Stats from whoscored.com As always, thank …
 
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