Schweinsteiger might leave Bayern Munich

This comes as somewhat bad news for many, but unfortunately the reality is that Bayern Munich's midfielder, Bastian Schweinsteiger may be leaving the club for greener pastures (pfft, greener? We don't think so!) when his contract with BM expires, something that is coming up relatively soon.

It's a shame, given that Bayern has actually given Schweinsteiger much of his training and development opportunities since he has taken up the mantle of top-ranking footballer, having come out of Bayern's own youth academy.


The Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has said that the club are not worried about the upcoming match with the current champions Borussia Dortmund. Bayern Munich have almost been unstoppable in the league this season, as they look to win the league title further first time in three years.

Bayern Munich v Gr Furth

Bayern Munich is looking hot this season. It is leading Bundesliga by a healthy margin and the club will play in the Champions League knock-out matches, so they have their sights earnestly set on breaking their trophy duck of the previous three seasons.

They finished the group matches at the top of their group, finally secured by beating BATE Borisov by a three goal margin. In fact several Bundesliga's clubs are doing well in the Champions League; Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund all finished at the head of their Champions League groups.


Bayern Munich has been defeated by FC BATE Borisov in a Champions League match played at Stadyen Dynama on Tuesday. Borisov won the match by a profound margin of 3-1. This was the second match for Borisov in the ongoing Champions League and the team has won all the two matches.

It was a clinical effort by the Borisov team which was playing on its home ground. Approximately, 25000 people were present in the Stadium to cheer for the Borisov team and their team stood up to their expectations.

Borisov got ahead in the 23rd minute of the match.


The Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said that he is still lots of words when thinking about the defeat suffered at the hands of Chelsea in the final of the Champions League. Bayern Munich were up against Chelsea in the final of the Champions League.


The Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has said that the club should prove that they are one of the top teams in the world by winning all the major titles this season. The German club managed to finish as the runners up in all the three major competitions they participated last season, with Fernando Torres killing them off in the Champions League Final.


The Bayern Munich chief Executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has come out in the defence of the players after they were criticised by the Bayern Munich legend Franz Beckenbauer after having finished runners-up in all the three major competitions in the last season.

Czech Republic overcome hosts

The Czech Republic had the worst possible start to the tournament when they were thumped by Russia but a 1-0 win over Poland saw them progress as the surprise winners of Group A, and possibly face Germany.

Before this game started, most experts would have named Russia as the winners of group A and as both of the final matches ambled towards half time, it looked as if all teams involved were settling for a 0-0 draw.


Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has confirmed that Jupp Heynckes' position as the manager of the club will not change despite finishing as the runners up in three different competitions.

Bayern Munich finished in the second position in the domestic league to Dortmund, while they also suffered a 5-2 loss at the hands of their league rivals in the DFB Cup. The Champions League final against Chelsea offered them the only chance to win the title that would save their season.


Bayern Munich midfielder Arjen Robben has ended the speculation surrounding his future by signing a new contract extension with the German giants. Arjen Robben's future has been under constant radar in the last few months due to the fact that it had only one year left.


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