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Bayern Munich – Pep Guardiola Wants More

Posted on 24 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Winning 5-0 and still going undefeated in both the Bundesliga and the Champions League isn’t enough for Pep Guardiola. He was brought to Bayern Munich to build a dynasty, growing on the success of last year. Winning comfortably against the Czech champions is no cause for celebration. More

Arjen Robben

Bayern Munich – Making Manchester City Look Like They Don’t Belong

Posted on 3 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Another school for pressing and midfield domination was presented by Bayern Munich to an English club, this time Manchester City. Pep Guardiola might not have used a striker, instead giving Thomas Muller the most forward role, but the absolutely wonderful performance from Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Toni Kroos meant that there was really no need for a true number 9 to get what they set out to accomplish. More

Bastian Schweinsteiger

Bayern Munich – Bastian Schweinsteiger Makes the Pep Guardiola System Work

Posted on 22 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

It was simply impossible for a Bayern Munich team so talented no to start putting in impressive performances at some point. Apparently, the return of Bastain Schweinsteiger to full health and form is the difference between Pep Guardiola being misunderstood and berated than the same manager talked about as a tactical genius. More

Javi Martinez & Bayern

Bayern Munich – Javi Martinez Shows Pep Guardiola Makes Mistakes

Posted on 30 Aug, 2013, by in Soccer

The arrival of Pep Guardiola to Bayern Munich placed him as some sort of genius arriving into a difficult situation, trying to change too much of a perfect thing. Javi Martinez being left out early on might have been his biggest mistake, but a manager like Guardiola realizes at some point that despite all of his ego, there are some things he shouldn’t let his pride decide on. More

Mario Mandzukic

4 Reasons Why Bayern Munich Will Win the Champions League

Posted on 23 Apr, 2013, by in Soccer

After losing in two Champions League finals over the last three seasons, it looks like Bayern Munich are finally reaching the final stage of the season as the best team in Europe, and the one everyone should be afraid of, partially because they’re no longer a side reliant on the individual abilities of selfish players like Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben. More

Bayern Defending

Bayern Munich – Possibly the Best Defense in Europe

Posted on 5 Mar, 2013, by in Soccer

There is no doubt as to the identity of the next Bundesliga champions – Bayern Munich have opened a 17 point lead ahead of the next team, and will win the title after a two-year drought, way too long by their own standards. While the team gets plenty of compliments for its style, the defense being nearly flawless this season might be the biggest reason for the success. More

Euro 2012 – Germany vs Greece Summary

Posted on 22 Jun, 2012, by in Soccer

The Greeks rarely score more than one goal, but it wasn’t nearly enough. German, despite all of the changes to the attacking trio made by Joachim Low, were by far the superior side, winning their 15th consecutive competitive match and reaching their second straight Euro Semi Final with an impressive 4-2 win. More

Best Full Backs in the World – 2012 Edition

Posted on 5 Jan, 2012, by in Featured

Dani Alves being mostly an attacking tool doesn’t mean he isn’t the best full back in the world today, joined by Sergio Ramos, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Marcelo, Jose Enrique, Micah Richards and Philipp Lahm, making up the list of the best full backs in the world heading into 2012. More

The Best Full Backs in the World – 2011 Edition

Posted on 16 Jan, 2011, by in Featured

We’re done with the keepers and centre backs, moving on. Staying with the defenders who like to attack on every chance they get, the best full backs in the world. More

The 2010 World Cup Losing Gallery

Posted on 9 Jul, 2010, by in Soccer

Nothing photographs better than the agony of defeat, so here’s our selection of the best photos showing players going through the tragedy of their World Cup dream ending with crying, tears or just a painful and excruciating look on their faces. More