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Daily Schmankerl: Bayern reportedly monitoring Florian Thauvin; Toni Kroos goal recreated by kids; and MORE!

As the team travels to Amsterdam, you can sit back and pretend you are working...not a bad deal, right?

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Bayern again listed among contenders for Florian Thauvin (10 Sport)

Bayern Munich is once again reportedly among the clubs vying for Olympique de Marseille winger Florian Thauvin, who is valued at €45M. Die Roten will reportedly battle Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, and Inter Milan for Thauvin, who has had a great start to his season in Ligue 1.

While Florian Thauvin would attract the eye abroad, the current value of the winger of the OM would be estimated at 45M € in the transfer market. What to consider a beautiful sale at the end of the season. As revealed by France Football in recent hours, Chelsea and other foreign stars like Bayern Munich, Atlético Madrid and Inter Milan would regularly monitor Florian Thauvin ’s performance with OM. The French international, author of a big start to the season with the club Marseille (11 goals and 2 assists in L1), could change air during the next summer transfer window with a big sale in the key for the OM.

Kids perfectly recreate Toni Kroos game-winner against Sweden (@EPLBible)

This is tremendous on every level.

Alphonso Davies travels to a fan (@FCBayernEN)

Bayern fined for fan behavior during Der Klassiker (kicker)

A 3-2 loss and a €13K fine...not a great day all-around.

FC Bayern Munich has to pay a fine of 13,000 euros on 10 November for unsportsmanlike behavior by its supporters during the match at Borussia Dortmund. During the Bundesliga match in Dortmund, which Bayern lost 2: 3, at least twelve pyrotechnic articles were detonated in the Munich spectator area, in addition to a lighter thrown on the field in injury time.

In a guide of the DFB, it is recorded exactly how the penalty is composed: burning Pyro-items (per item) costs 1000 Euro; Throwing objects (per item) also 1000 euros. Thus, the Bavarians were fined by the DFB sports court with a fine of 13,000 euros. The club has approved the verdict, it is thus legally valid.

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