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Bayern Campus Update: Rough week for U19s, U17s, Frauen II; Five players called up to Germany U17 team

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Five matches this week didn’t go the way that Bayern would have liked, and a bunch of players were called up to their national team.

1. FC Koeln U17 v Bayern Muenchen U17 - B Juniors German Championship Semi Final Leg One Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images

U17s lose and draw in disappointing week

Big loss to Wehen Wiesbaden (

Miroslav Klose’s U17 team saw their first loss in the B-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest season in a big 3-0 loss to Wehen Wiesbaden.

“I’m really disappointed. Today, everything was lacking,” Klose said. “We simply did not show enough in terms of mentality and readiness.”

David Toprak scored a goal in each half for Wiesbaden, and Jaden Meyer added one at the end of the match to end any hopes Bayern had of coming back.

Bayern XI: Schenk – Reinelt (74. Salihamidzic), Denk, Brekner – Brückner, Fust (41. Morrison) – Aitamer (41. Krätzig), Wenig, Vidovic (41. Neziri), Mamedova – Copado (41. Motika)

Scoreless draw with Hoffenheim (

On the weekend, the U17s played a 0-0 draw against Hoffenheim.

“All in all, we can be satisfied with the performance,” Klose said. ”The guys put in the right attitude and showed a good response after their poor performance last Wednesday. Nevertheless, we still have a lot of work to do. “

Of note here is that Klose moved new signing Liam Morrison into one of the two centerback spots in a change of formation to a 4-2-3-1.

Bayern XI: Schenk – Brückner, Reinelt, Morrison, Brekner – Krätzig (34. Nezir), Denk (77. Vidovic) – Mamedova (57. Aitamer), Wenig (57. Fust), Motika (77. Copado) - Kabadayi

Germany U17 team calls up five Bayern Munich players (DFB)

Five Bayern Munich players have been called up for the upcoming Germany camp for the U17 team. Bright Akwo Arrey-Mbi, Luca Denk, David Herold, Jamal Musiala, and Torben Rhein will all feature at the camp. Two other Bayern players, Lasse Günther and Roman Reinelt, were both added to the “standby” list for the camp.

Perhaps the future is there for Bayern, it’s just going to take a bit to develop.

Full Squad

Goalkeepers: Tjark Ernst (Bochum), Philipp Schulze (Wolfsburg)

Defenders: Bright Akwo Arrey-Mbi (Bayern Munich), Luca Denk (Bayern Munich), David Herold (Bayern Munich), Michael Kostka (RB Leipzig), Julius Pfennig (RB Leipzig), Dennis Lütke-Frie (Borussia Dortmund), Lion Semic (Borussia Dortmund), Moritz Reuther (Mainz), Jakov Suver (Stuttgart)

Midfielders: Jens Castrop (Koln), Luis Klein (RB Leipzig), Elias Kurt (Eintracht Frankfurt), Jamal Musiala (Bayern Munich), Torben Rhein (Bayern Munich)

Forwards: Luca Raul Barata (Borussia Monchengladbach), Turan Calhanoglu (Hoffenheim), Armindo Sieb (Hoffenheim), Emrehan Gedikli (Bayer Leverkusen), Arlind Rexhepi (Hamburg), Marlon Roos Trujillo (Mainz)

Standby: Arbnor Aliu (Schalke), Bent Andresen (Hamburg), Elijah Akwasi Krahn (Hamburg), Lasse Günther (Bayern Munich), Roman Reinelt (Bayern Munich), Mehmet Ibrahimi (RB Leipzig), Mesut Emre Kesik (Hertha Berlin), Luca Wollschläger (Hertha Berlin), Keanu Kraft (Mainz), Danny Schmidt (Mainz), Louis Lord (Werder Bremen), Gianluca Schäfer (Eintracht Frankfurt)

U19s pick up two draws this week

Bayern concede late to draw Mainz (

Centerback Jamie Lawrence put Bayern up just before the hour mark, but Mainz’s Niklas Tauer found an equalizer just four minutes from the final whistle to rescue a point.

“Of course, it is bitter that we gave two points shortly before the end. Nonetheless, we played a good game,” coach Martin Demichelis said.

Has Demichelis found his favored attacking three in Lasse Gunther, Malik Tillman, and Oliver Batista Meier?

Bayern XI: Schneller – Waidner, Lawrence, Daniliuc, Herold (61. Kehl) – Mosandl (75. Cuni), Stiller (87. Johansson), Rhein – Günther, Tillman, Batista Meier (19. Herrmann)

Again, Bayern concede late to draw Hoffenheim (

Following the midweek disappointing draw, Bayern’s U19 team again conceding in the dying minutes of a game to draw. This time, the result was a 2-2 draw with Hoffenheim.

“That was an absolute top performance of ours. I can’t remember a game in which we had so many chances. We should have lead at half time by three or four goals,” assistant coach Danny Schwarz said. ”Unfortunately, we did not take our chances We have to get a grip on that. So the game ends happier for Hoffenheim. “

Lasse Gunther got the goals started on the day with a finish following a nice move from Malik Tillman and Oliver Batista Meier. Around the hour mark, Hoffenheim’s Yannick Eitelwein scored the equalizer. Jamie Lawrence would score his second goal of the week to put Bayern up 2-1 in the 75th minute, but Marvin White tacked on a late goal for Hoffenheim to split the spoils.

Bayern XI: Schneller – Waidner, Lawrence, Daniliuc, Herold (57. Kehl) – Mosandl (58. Herrmann), Stiller, Rhein – Günther (67. Cuni), Tillman, Batista Meier

Bayern Frauen 2 concede late winner

Giving up late goals is the theme this week for Bayern’s youth teams. Whether is was Bayern II conceding a late equalizer or the previously named U19 and U17 teams dropping points this week, Bayern Frauen 2 were determined to get into the action.

Werder Bremen’s Selina Cerci dribbled down the right flank in the 84th minute. Her pass into the box was deflected by Jana Kappes; however, the ball went right into the path of Reena Wichmann. The Werder forward shot the ball right into the back of the net to give Werder the 1-0 victory.

Bayern XI: Grohs — Bernhardt, Kappes, White — Woldmann, Kogel, Donhauser, Koster, Pfluger — Weber, Corley