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The Bavarian Podcast Works Show: Episode 17 - It’s All Good Baby Babayyy

Jake and Tom have a lot to talk about, including a scare against Paderborn, dominance in London, and much more!

Chelsea FC v FC Bayern Muenchen - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: First Leg Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

You ever just have one of those weeks where you can’t seem to get anything done?

Well, Bayern Munich fans, that was me last week. Senior year of college is a long and tough one, but we were able to salvage some of the episode we recorded last week and dropped it into this one, making this a mega-sode.

And what a mega-sode this is! We have so many Bayern wins to talk about and so little time to do so! It’s a jam packed show full of highs and lows in store for you today:

Today on the podcast:
* After 90 Minutes - Paderborn: In one of the more frightening games of the year, Tom thinks the team was victim to both suspensions and lack of preparing for the opponent
* After 90 Minutes - Chelsea: Jake calls Alphonso Davies (DAY-VEES BRITISH COMMENTATORS!) one of the best Left Backs in the world right now and Tom loves the performances of Serge Gnabry in his former home city.
* The Newsroom: We talk the birthdays of both Bayern as a club and Hansi Flick, plus a full in-depth analysis of who can replace Robert Lewandowski. Plus, how Bayern is affected by the Manchester City UEFA decision.

We promise to bring you a Der Ausblick episode this coming week for the Schalke match, but seeing as we recently did one on Hoffenheim, we’re not doing another ahead of this weekend.

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