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John Dillon is a senior editor at Bavarian Football Works. He served as its managing editor from January 2018 until October 2020. He joined the community as an ordinary commenter in November 2014. John speaks seven languages at varying degrees of proficiency, but is fluent in German and a lover of Bavarian dialect. He formerly lived in Munich, among other places across the globe. John works as a teacher and translator, when he is not playing like a big kid with his two boys.

Bayern Munich extends right-back Josip Stanišić until 2025

Bayern Munich has rewarded the Munich-born Croatian right-back with a new contract for his solid performances this season.

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge declares the Super League “dead” and opposes biennial World Cup

The former Bayern Munich executive called on FIFA to reform and "rationalize" its overloaded calendar of events.

Four observations on Bayern Munich’s impressive 5-0 win over Dynamo Kyiv

A scintillating performance by Leroy Sané and a brilliant tactical plan sent Dynamo Kyiv packing despite a spirited effort.

Tarnished: Philipp Lahm touts Paris Saint-Germain as a “luxury brand”

The Bayern Munich legend evidently welcomes the extreme commodification of club soccer as a luxury good.

Live mic: Bayern Munich’s Julian Nagelsmann wants to wire up his players like NFL quarterbacks

Inspired by communications in the NFL, Julian Nagelsmann wants to use technology to communicate directly with his players on the pitch.

Does Bayern Munich deliberately weaken its competition? Oliver Kahn: Nein

Oliver Kahn addressed a frequent criticism of Bayern Munich at the presentation of Marcel Sabitzer, the latest rival player to join the Bavarians.

Full Time: Germany thrashes Armenia 6-0

Hansi Flick’s starters dominated the first half. After an hour, the youngsters who came on for Germany maintained the pressure.

“Not with us!” FC Energie Cottbus reports match-fixing offers to several players

The erstwhile Bundesliga club from East Germany did the right thing when several of its players were offered money to throw a cup match in Brandenburg.

Germany left-back Robin Gosens suffers capsule injury

Hansi Flick may have to find a replacement for his key left-back for his second match at the helm.

French Federation confirms leg injury for Dayot Upamecano

Clément Lenglet will take Upamecano’s place for France’s upcoming international games.