These are troubling times for Bayern Munich. Writing Fussball looks at what happened and what may happen next.
The 50+1 ownership rule is one of German Football’s defining characteristics. But Nik is worried for its future.
A Borussen goalfest, a Bayern howler and the heat is on the Hamburger. Terry and Nik are back with their takes on the latest matchday.
The Englische Woche saw FC Augsburg surprising start to the season continue after their hugely impressive win over a somewhat faltering Leipzig. You can read more about that elsewhere on the site. Borussia Dortmund remain top, still unbeaten and still without conceding a goal. Here is Nik and Terry’s take on Matchday 5 in the Bundesliga.
VfL Wolfsburg have a new coach. Terry Duffelen looks back on Martin Schmidt’s career at Mainz and his approach to football,
Die Fuggerstädter slay Die Roten Bulle – Are the ‘other’ Bavarians destined to be one of this season’s surprise packages?
Tom Scarborough is having so much fun watching FC Augsburg, he wrote an article about it.
Terry Duffelen takes a closer look at VAR and what was going on in the match between Dortmund and Köln and Niklas Wildhagen discusses Werder’s rather poor start to the season.
Writing Fussball welcomes new writer Tom Scarborough. In his debut post he reflects on the events both inside and outside the Emirates before and during Köln’s Europa League game at Arsenal.
Terry got a ticket for Borussia Dortmund’s Champions League match with Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley and it was a sobering experience in more ways than one.
Promotion to the third tier of convoluted business. Terry argues that it’s an unnecessary obstacle to former big clubs and asks if there is a better way.