Bavarian Football Works: For Bayern Munich fans

Bavarian Football Works: For Bayern Munich fans

The official home for audio programming from Bavarian Football Works, SB Nation's community for fans of FC Bayern Munich..

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September 23, 2022 18 min
Germany knew it would have a strong challenge against a very game and aggressive Hungary side and that is exactly what Hansi Flick’s boys got during a 1-0 victory for the Hungarians. The loss ended Germany’s 13-match unbeaten streak. Nothing came easy for Germany and an early goal for the Hungarians put the Germans in a very uncomfortable spot for the match. Let’s take a look at what we have on tap for this episode: A rundown of t...
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Bayern Munich might be on international break, but there is a massive amount of news breaking from Säbener Straße despite most of the club’s players being on duty with their international teams. This is what we have on tap for this episode: What to look for as Germany faces off with Hungary and England. An examination of all the drama emanating from Bayern Munich these days...Players complaining about the system? Nagelsmann not h...
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Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann might be relived that he is getting a break; plenty of his squad members are away on international duty. In this podcast, we look forward to Germany’s games in the UEFA Nations League against table-topping Hungary and England. In this podcast we discuss: Germany’s squad selections by Hansi Flick Covid cases and injuries impacting the national side How Germany might line up in the matches aga...
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Bayern Munich suffered their first loss of the season against a struggling Augsburg side. With players unable to capitalize on chances and unwilling to track back at times, it seems there are issues popping up everywhere at FC Bayern. Tom and Samrin try to make sense of the issues and discuss the following: What Tom thinks the main issue with Bayern currently is Is Julian Nagelsmann’s job truly at risk? Are there signs of proble...
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After three consecutive draws in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich squared off with FC Augsburg in hopes of finally nailing down three points. Getting that much-needed league victory, however, would once again prove to be a difficult task as Bayern Munich dropped a 1-0 decision to FC Augsburg in an effort that was simply not good enough. Here is what we have on tap for this episode: A rundown of the scoring. How impressive FC Augsbur...
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Bayern Munich will soon set off for an international break, but there is a ton to talk about. We had some mini-controversies emerge this week, plus a HUGE Champions League win over FC Barcelona as the big happenings, but there was plenty more to discuss as well. Here is what we have on tap for this episode: Checking on on where we think Bayern Munich stands entering the final week of the Bundesliga before the international break. ...
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Bayern Munich is coming off of a huge performance against Barcelona; in a game of two halves, they looked very nervous in the first half and quite assured in the next. Now, ahead of the international break, Bayern must produce a much-needed Bundesliga win against local rivals FC Augsburg. In this podcast we talk about: Augsburg’s run in the Bundesliga so far An in-depth look at Augsburg’s last performance against Werder Bremen C...
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After a massive amount of build-up, Bayern Munich and FC Barcelona finally hooked up in the Champions League. The match held a lot of intrigue given the return of Robert Lewandowski to his old stomping grounds, the recent uneven form of Bayern Munich, and the pregame controversy with some players not being happy about their respective roles in Bavaria. None of that mattered once the teams hit the pitch and Bayern Munich exited with...
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We’re more than a month into the season and Bayern Munich have drawn three games in a row. Granted those games were only in the Bundesliga, and were punctuated by wins against Viktoria Koln in the Pokal and Inter Milan in the Champions League, but it’s still a poor return for a team searching for its eleventh consecutive title. Now, Bayern face the prospect of reuniting with Robert Lewandowski in midweek, when FC Barcelona come to ...
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Bayern's 2-2 draw against Stuttgart was a disappointing, yet well-deserved result. Here are the talking points from the podcast: The stat sheet, and how it doesn’t correlate with the result Bayern Munich’s complacency Matthijs de Ligt’s howler of a game Serge Gnabry’s appalling form, and whether he should be starting anytime soon for Bayern Why Sabitzer should be starting over Goretzka against Barcelona Why the team needs...
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Bayern Munich pulled out a nice victory over Inter Milan in the Champions League after a disappointing showing against Union Berlin in the Bundesliga last weekend. While Julian Nagelsmann as done a good job of managing his personnel, the recent lack of precision, efficiency, and synchronicity on offense has some fans mildly concerned. Like always, there is plenty to talk about — including those issues listed above. Let’s take a loo...
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Bayern Munich is coming off of consecutive draws in the Bundesliga (Borussia Mönchengladbach, Union Berlin) and is facing another team, who will likely be happy to pack eight or nine players into the box in hopes of squeezing out a point on the road — VfB Stuttgart. Sitting in third place, Bayern Munich will have to find a way to break through offensively, but a lot will depend on who Julian Nagelsmann rolls out as part of his star...
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So Bayern Munich open their account in the Champions League with a solid 2-0 win over Inter Milan. Beating one of the strongest teams in Italy at their home ground might be cause for celebration in other cases, but many fans feel this one was a little bit frustrating. At least this puts the team in a solid position before facing FC Barcelona on MD2. Here are our talking points from the game: Why a good result is also a disappointi...
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Bayern Munich have dropped points in two league games in a row, and now proceed into the Champions League with a less-than-stellar recent record. Thankfully Inter aren’t exactly faring too great themselves, but they will look at the Union Berlin game and maybe have a few ideas about how they should set up their team. In this episode, INNN and Schnitzel discuss: The many times Bayern Munich have been eliminated by parked buses in t...
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It’s happened again. After an amazing start to the season, Bayern Munich have suffered a second consecutive draw to Union Berlin, putting an end to the perceived invincibility of this side. With Champions League games starting up again, it’s a very bad time for Julian Nagelsmann to hit a bump in the road. Here are our talking points from the game: Bayern Munich draw yet again thanks to some staunch defending by Union Berlin. Shou...
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Bayern Munich once again could not find a way past Borussia Mönchengladbach and settled for a draw, but rebounded with a nice win over Viktoria Köln in the DFB-Pokal. Even with all of the action on the pitch, there was still a lot to talk about off of it. Let’s take a look at what we have on tap for this episode: Assessing the club’s performances against Gladbach and Viktoria Köln. Bayern Munich’s depth is incredible. It’s a mat...
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This mouthwatering fixture has all the elements of a blockbuster showdown. As always, everything you’ll require to prime yourself for the game has been covered in the pod, including the following: Union Berlin’s form, and why they are so fearsome Bayern Munich’s form and recent fixtures Reflection (more like a state of denial) on Bayern’s most recent Bundesliga game Union Berlin’s key players Union’s lineup and preferred tacti...
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As expected, Bayern Munich throttled Viktoria Köln 5-0 in the DFB-Pokal. The match started out tough for the Bavarians, who struggled to get going, but once they did, they were an unstoppable force. This is what we have on tap in this episode: A walkthrough of how the scoring broke down. An incredibly slippery pitch thanks to rain (and maybe over-watering) — which set the Bavarian Grass Works alert off. A choppy start to the mat...
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In this flagship episode of Bavarian Podcast Works, Tom and Schnitzel discuss: Yann Sommer’s Bundesliga saves record masterclass Bayern’s prospects in their Champions League group Sadio Mane’s knack for goals being ruled out Brazzo’s summer and incoming contract extension as sporting director Julian Nagelsmann’s mid-match tactical switches and rotations Bayern’s upcoming English Weeks Manuel Neuer housing a banana mid-match ...
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Bayern Munich have been stopped. The juggernaut is slain. All rejoice, the Bundesliga is now free from tyranny. Okay, maybe not. But it is true that Gladbach have not lost to Bayern. And given the kind of performances we’ve been enjoying lately, that is quite an achievement. Yann Sommer saved 20 shots in what could be the greatest performance by a keeper in the history of the Bundesliga. Here are our talking points from the game:...
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