Each German player took the squad’s listless World Cup performance hard, but it appears that it took Bayern Munich’s Thomas Müller some extra time to get over the disappointment. For the first time since Die Mannschaft inexplicably was upset by South Korea, Müller took to Twitter to express his sorrow over the loss and gratitude toward the fans.
Auch mit ein paar Tagen Abstand schmerzt das frühe WM-Ausscheiden noch immer gewaltig. Leider konnten wir nicht an die Leistungen der WM 2014 anknüpfen und müssen jetzt diese große Enttäuschung verarbeiten. Liebe Fans, danke für eure tolle Unterstützung in den letzten Wochen! pic.twitter.com/xK3Jx0sI55— Thomas Müller (@esmuellert_) July 3, 2018
Even with a few days’ distance, the early World Cup withdrawal still hurts tremendously. Unfortunately we were unable to build on the achievements of the WM 2014 and now have to handle this great disappointment. Dear fans, thanks for your great support in the last few weeks!
This tweet, though, it made me laugh.
As the transfer frenzy heats up, some of Bayern’s most marketable assets have not garnered much interest on the open market.
Without any official offers on those players, Bayern is looking at a deep and extremely talented roster for 2018-2019. One could expect the action surround those players, along with Sebastian Rudy, Juan Bernat, and possibly even James (there have been a few careless whispers about him leaving...who knows how legit?) to heat up in coming weeks.
As any new information breaks, we’ll be tracking it with BavarianFootballWorks.com.
FC Dallas player will be on loan to Bayern II through 2018 as part of partnership agreement (MLSSoccer.com)
FC Dallas defender Chris Richards will play with Bayern II through 2018 as part of a deal between the clubs.
The loan will likely run through the end of 2018, according to the sources. Richards, 18, signed a Homegrown contract with FCD in April but has not yet been officially added to the club’s MLS roster as he works to complete his Homegrown eligibility requirements. An Alabama native, Richards joined the FC Dallas academy in 2017. MLS teams can’t add Homegrown players to their roster until they’ve spent a full year in their academy, a mark that Richards hasn’t yet hit.
The sources said that Richards will train and play with Munich’s Under-19s while in Germany. A US Under-20 international, he spent 10 days training with Bayern Munich in May as part of the new player development partnership between FCD and the German giants.
Our own Brian Kellogg covered why the partnership between the clubs was mutually beneficial.
In what is pretty incredible, all Bayern’s home and away games are already sold out.
Alle Heim- und Auswärtsspiele des #FCBayern in der kommenden #Bundesliga-Spielzeit sind ausverkauft! ➡ https://t.co/CNEuL4d9Ii— FC Bayern München (@FCBayern) July 4, 2018
Hier könnt ihr noch LIVE dabei sein:
⚽ https://t.co/M2oRcewimJ pic.twitter.com/aYtyR1jtHL
all home and away games of the #FCBayern upcoming #Bundesliga season are sold out! Here you can still see them live ⚽ https://t.co/acsPFf9oh4 ⚽ http://fc.bayern/Tickets1819 ⚽: http://fc.bayern/USTour
So, yeah, come to Philly if you want to see Bayern! There is a 37% chance we will have another Besiktas Ginger Cat incident.
Stripped down roster or not, the city is starting to get ready for the Bayern-Juventus tilt and I’ll be there to capture the excitement from inside the stadium.
The FC Bayern Frauen have their season schedule as they strive to capture Bundesliga and Champions League glory.
The German Football Association (DFB) has announced the official fixture schedule for the Allianz Women’s Bundesliga. The FC Bayern women start on Sunday, September 16, away against promoted Bayer 04 Leverkusen in the 2018/2019 season. The season-opening game denies the double winner VfL Wolfsburg at home against the 1st FFC Frankfurt. The kick-off times of all games will be announced on 17 July.
The first home game of the Munich women rises on Sunday, September 23, against the MSV Duisburg. Already on the third matchday, there is an absolute league hit: On 30 September, the FCB women play as runner-up and Pokalzweiter away against the German champions and cup winner VfL Wolfsburg, the return and thus home game against the Wolves is also the first game in 2019 and takes place on 17 February. The first round ends on 5 December, but the first two games of the second round will also be in December 2018. Due to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019, the season ends on 12 May.
For the full schedule, please check the Frauen section of FCBayern.com.