Browsing Thomas Muller

2014 World Cup – Germany & Ghana Give Us the Best Match so Far

Posted on 22 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

From a Ghana team that simply outplayed many’s favorite to win the tournament, to Miroslav Klose saving Germany and becoming the joint all-time top scorer of the World Cup and Thomas Muller finishing the match on his back with blood covering his face, the 2-2 draw was the best match we’ve seen in this tournament so far. More

2014 World Cup: Thomas Muller Can Become the Top All-Time Scorer

Posted on 17 Jun, 2014, by in Soccer

Miroslav Klose who? At this rate, Thomas Muller will be the one surpassing Ronaldo to become the top scorer in the history of the World Cup, as his hat trick in the 4-0 win for Germany over Portugal seems to be just the beginning for the young Bayern Munich forward. More

Transfer Rumors 2014 – Arsenal & Liverpool Also Interested in Thomas Muller

Posted on 8 May, 2014, by in Soccer

Rumors in Germany are persistent about Thomas Muller being one of the players that are currently unsettled in the Pep Guardiola vision of Bayern Munich, which generates plenty of interest in the Premier League. After already pointing out Manchester United being a potential landing place for the German international, it seems like Liverpool and Arsenal would also love to see him join their squads. More

Transfer Rumors 2014 – Manchester United Interested in Signing Thomas Muller

Posted on 5 May, 2014, by in Soccer

There’s nothing left this season for Manchester United to do but speculate over the identity of their next manager and dream about the players they might be signing in order to pull the team out of the depths it has sunk to this season. Unsettled Bayern Munich players seem to be a prime target, and the best of the bunch is Thomas Muller. More

Bayern Munich Were at Their Best Last Season When Arjen Robben Wasn’t Playing

Posted on 5 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

A strong finish to last season and a great start to this one makes people forget a very important thing about Bayern Munich and their extremely deep squad – Arjen Robben wasn’t even playing for about half a season last year, probably when Bayern were playing their best football. More

Bayern Munich – Mario Götze Has Every Reason to Celebrate

Posted on 24 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

The 3-0 win for Bayern Munich over Borussia Dortmund doesn’t really tell the story of the difference between the two teams, but there’s also no doubt about who’ll end up as the champion in the Bundesliga. On a less serious not, Mario Götze proved just how great of a player he is, and just how dull this trend of not celebrating against ex-teams is becoming. More

Bayern Munich – Mario Götze Shows He’s Worth the Wait

Posted on 20 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

To say Mario Götze hasn’t really shown anything in Bayern Munich uniform so far would be an understatement, but there’s just too much talent between the young German’s feet to hide for much longer, and now that the injures have wore off, suddenly the European champions find themselves with a player who doesn’t need more than a second to set up the likes of Arjen Robben, Thomas Muller and Mario Mandzukic with easy scoring opportunities. More

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

The Never Ending List of German Attacking Midfielders

Posted on 25 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

The revolution that German football has undergone over the last seven or eight years hasn’t been demonstrated with titles for the national team (yet), but the success of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, relying on German players and not just a horde of foreigners, is due to the immense pool of talent, especially in attacking midfield positions, the country currently has to offer. More

Bayern Munich – Pep Guardiola Trying to Change Too Much & Coming Off as Arrogant

Posted on 5 Aug, 2013, by in Soccer

Before playing one league match, it seems that Pep Guardiola isn’t enjoying a honeymoon or grace period with the German press, criticizing him already for losing one title for Bayern Munich and trying to change too much from something that worked close to perfectly last season. More