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 24, 2021 16 min
Bayern Munich shook off the crazy news that broke earlier in the day put another beatdown on another Bundesliga opponent. This time, it was SpVgg Greuther Fürth. Bayern Munich put forth a strong offensive effort and was never really seriously challenged defensively. In what has been a season full of dominant efforts, Julian Nagelsmann’s boys once again took care of business. Here is a quick synopsis of what we cover on the podcast:...
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The Bayern Munich machine is rolling along and plowing through any team that gets in its way. Last week, it was VfL Bochum and over the next few days we will see the Bavarians take on SpVgg Greuther Fürth and FC Dynamo Kyiv.  Given its recent strength, Bayern Munich should add two more wins to its already stellar record.  Regardless, there was still a lot to talk about off the pitch this week with Bayern Munich. Let’s take a look a...
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Bayern Munich travels to Greuther Fürth in a Bavarian derby this weekend. Fürth is at the bottom of the table with only one point to their name, having been thrashed by VfB Stuttgart on opening weekend. They lost to Hertha Berlin last weekend after having gone up a goal courtesy of a Branimir Hrgota penalty. In this podcast, we take a look at some changes Julian Nagelsmann might make ahead of Bayern’s game against Dynamo Kiev in th...
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It’s been a tough week of games following the end of the international break, but Julian Nagelsmann and Bayern Munich have navigated them brilliantly. The Bavarians have scored 14 goals and conceded only once since coming back from international duty, which included games against the likes of RB Leipzig and Barcelona. Now, with a whole week’s break to look forward to, we can finally stop and take stock of how far the team has come ...
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Bayern Munich scored seven goals on a gorgeous day in Munich (finally, a home game!), showcasing their talents out there and just having fun! The score at half time was 4-0 thanks to goals from Leroy Sané, Joshua Kimmich, Serge Gnabry and an own goal. The score-line gave Julian Nagelsmann the chance to rest Alphonso Davies and bring on Richards for his debut. Bayern added a fifth from Robert Lewandowski, a sixth from Joshua Kimmich...
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Bayern Munich is set to take on VfL Bochum this weekend after dismantling both RB Leipzig and FC Barcelona during the last week.  We are set to find out a lot about how Julian Nagelsmann intends to rotate his squad in the coming weeks, but there are several other hot topics on the agenda. Bayern Munich also inked Leon Goretzka to a new deal, which will keep him at the club through 2026.  Clearly, there is a lot to discuss. Here is ...
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The Bayern Munich machine is on a roll, and after their demolition of Barcelona, Nagelsmann’s side will be looking to pick apart a sub-par VFL Bochum side during the weekend. Bochum have just won one out of their 4 Bundesliga fixtures, while Bayern Munich head into the game on the back of their 6th successive victory in all competitions, looking to grab the top spot in the Bundesliga table, provided Wolfsburg drop points. In this p...
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The Champions League is underway and Bayern Munich have started their campaign with a big win. Barcelona may not be what it used to be, but this 3-0 was more comfortable than most would’ve expected, given the fact that the game was played away at the Camp Nou, and Bayern had a grueling schedule coming into this one. Still, Nagelsmann’s boys dispatched their Catalan counterparts with relative ease, recording a precious clean sheet a...
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Having just won a grueling game against RB Leipzig, Bayern Munich immediately travel to Spain to kick off their Champions League campaign against Barcelona. This is a very different Barca side from the one Bayern beat 8-2 last year. Leo Messi and Luis Suarez are no longer on the team, replaced by Memphis Depay and Luuk de Jong (more on him later).  Here are our talking point ahead of the game: A basic rundown of Barcelona for a La...
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Bayern Munich seem to be on a roll at the moment, having won their third Bundesliga game on the trot against none other than league contenders RB Leipzig. With that out of the way, the focus now shifts to the Champions League fixture against FC Barcelona, who would undoubtedly be looking to do some damage repair against the club that dismantled them just over a year ago. With the scene set for an exciting midweek, Tom and Schnitzel...
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Bayern Munich won and won in style against Red Bull Leipzig, beating them convincingly, 1-4. The victory was impressive for a variety of reasons, particularly who the opponents were; while Leipzig has not started the season particularly well, they still were the offensively better side in all their games, missing only the end product — that was not the case today and with better finishing from Robert Lewandowski of all people, Baye...
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What a week it was for Bayern Munich players during this international break. There were plenty of wins and goals and perhaps an injury or two, but we’ve all made it to the weekend once again. Get ready for the next few days with Chuck....and JAKE! After weeks of promising to bring in a guest, Jake hopped on to give his takes on several pertinent topics. Here is what we have on tap: A quick look at the re-energized Germany squad a...
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Germany thumped Iceland 4-0 on the road and finalized a super-impressive internationals break with a 3-0 record, 12 goals scored, and zero goals allowed — and Bayern Munich had several players all filling key roles.  The Germans were once again relentless with their attack and were constantly trying to find ways to score. More than anything though, this match was a lot of fun. Here is what we have on tap for this episode:  Hansi F...
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On today's podcast: -We talk the German national team and see what we liked from Hansi Flick's first games as a manager of Die Mannschaft -We analyze what Leipzig has been up to after their rough start to the season -Looking at Leipzig's transfer window, we can see where they need to improve and more! As always, thank you for the support! Be sure to rate us, like us, subscribe to us, and follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spo...
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Germany will square-off against Iceland in the final game of this international break. And with Thomas Müller, Kingsley Coman, and Alphonso Davies all already picking up injuries during this club hiatus, Bayern Munich fans are probably hoping for a clean, injury-free game more than anything else.  After picking up victories over Liechtenstein and Armenia, Germany will look to pick up a clean sweep of wins during this break. On this...
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With the international break still chugging along, we don’t have that much Bayern Munich content to talk about. But that doesn’t mean that our podcast will take a break, because there’s always Germany! And plenty of other unrelated topics too ... In this episode, Ineednoname and Samrin discuss: How Germany games are become a lifeline for Timo Werner and Leroy Sane.  Can Werner keep being a key player for Germany? A quick meltdow...
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Germany was thoroughly dominant in its 6-0 victory over Armenia and played a relentless, attacking style to completely overwhelm the visitors.  Former Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick has definitely made an incredible impact thus far. More than anything it was absolutely refreshing to see Germany always looking to attack, always making their runs, and just playing an overall crisp style. Here are the hot topics we discuss on the epis...
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With Germany winning against Liechtenstein, Hansi Flick is off to a strong start in his stint as the national team coach. Now, the Germans are set to host Armenia, who currently sit at the top of Group J. With Bayern Munich captain Manuel Neuer set to return for this one, we hope to see Hansi continue experimenting with his lineup to find the right combination before the next World Cup.  Here are the talking points before the game:...
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With another crazy week in the books for Bayer Munich and Germany, we are here to recap all of the action. With the summer transfer window closing, an international break kicking off, and Bayern Munich’s strong effort last weekend, there is plenty of news for the Bayern Munich fanbase to discuss: Here is what we have on tap for this week’s episode:  Bayern Munich’s dominant effort against Hertha Berlin.  The continued excellence ...
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Germany kicked off the first game of Hansi Flick’s tenure with a 1-0 over Liechtenstein. Many people were eager to see what Flick’s version of Die Mannschaft would look like and those eager to see the post-Joachim Löw era start.  Germany was thoroughly dominant in possessing the ball and looked to be constantly seeking ways to break through Liechtenstein.  Here are our talking points from the game: A look at Flick’s starting lineu...
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