Bayern Munich History
Before the days of the PowerPoint, it was FingerPoint
Eyebrows were raised, one of them above all
It was during this time that a famous – or rather infamous – name became a running gag
We’ve got a feud between players, one of which is a familiar name to us fans today.
Welcome to this brand new series! Today, we will talk about the history of the Bayern Munich.
Whatever happened to Audi then?
It was this period that he enjoyed the most in Munich
One fateful meeting in 2015 is where it all began
João Cancelo reacts to Bayern Munich sacking Julian Nagelsmann, hopes Thomas Tuchel can win the UCL for him
A real bombshell if I ever saw one
This connection was never built to last.
Prelude to a sacking — Part #3: Was former Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann the most expensive coach of all time?
More doesn’t always mean better.
Prelude to a sacking — Part #2: Former Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann was changing his leadership approach
"Do you hear that? It’s the winds of change."
Prelude to a sacking — Part #1: The Thinker? Julian Nagelsmann had a lot on his mind as the coach of Bayern Munich
Introspection is the way to go. Or was it?
He would’ve been part of Niko Kovac’s staff.
The sporting director is up for the challenge
Matthijs de Ligt foresaw this phenomenon, no wonder he moved here.
Again, get your head out of the clouds
He has scored more offside goals than onside ones
Interesting link-up between the two clubs
The Bavarians are continuing to expand their brand in the Americas
The legendary French winger speaks on another potentially legendary French winger.
Move over VVD, there’s a new Dutch defensive general in the house
The last time this happened…
How could they do this?
He is unsure of the outcome, though
German teams are performing better than their English counterparts.
Part 5 of our series. Who else do we miss?
Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer celebrates the club reaching 300,000 members (300th article special)
This also happens to be my 300th article, so it’s fitting
Party time for 2020 winners Bayern! @FCBayernEN | #UCLfinal pic.twitter.com/gJ8s89nySC— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) August 24, 2020