Departing Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick shocked the footballing world when he came out to announce that he would be leaving the German club and stepping down as manager at the end of the season. Many people have struggled to understand why he chose to make such a decision, especially after the success he has enjoyed with the side in the last couple of months.

Flick turned Bayern into a dominant force both in the German Bundesliga and in Europe, guiding the club to certain titles including the DFB Pokal, the UEFA Champions League title, the German Bundesliga trophy, and the League Cup as well. His record as Bayern manager stood out above that of the other managers in the club's history and no one saw his announcement coming at all.


Bayern Munich turn their focus to league football when they return to the German Bundesliga in their next league clash which they will be playing against League rivals Union Berlin. The Bavarians have established a 7-point lead at the top of the Bundesliga table but given the circumstances surrounding this fixture, that lead could be cut short after the match.

Bayern manager Hansi Flick will have as many as ten first-team stars absent for the game, with star striker Robert Lewandowski set to miss the game as he still nurses his knee injury. Corentin Tolisso is out with a thigh injury, Douglas Costa has a foot injury, while Lucas Hernandez is out with an abdominal injury.


Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick has heaped huge praise on Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé and Insists that the France international attacker will win the Ballon d'Or one day.

Mbappé was a part of the team that faced the German Bundesliga giants in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League clash between the two teams and was also among the goals.

Lewandowski Is Already A Bayern Munich Legend - Neuer

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer has claimed that his teammate and the club's star striker Robert Lewandowski is already a legend at the Allianz Arena and is also among ome of the best strikers in the world.

Lewandowski has indeed proven himself to be a great attacker in recent years and is also considered by many as the current best striker in the world following his exploits this season both in the German Bundesliga and in the UEFA Champions League.

Barcelona To Rival Real Madrid For Bayern Munich Defender

It's no longer news that Bayern Munich defender David Alaba will be departing the German Bundesliga club at the end of the season, and he is already a wanted man currently even though the transfer window is not open yet for business. The Austrian international star who can play in any position at the back four and also in defensive midfield has told the bosses at Bayern that he will be leaving the club after they failed to meet his contract demands.

Last month, it was reported that Chelsea were interested in signing him and the report also claimed that the Blues had already met with the player's agent for a possible transfer discussion. However, those rumors have died down and it is no longer looking likely that he will be joining the London club.


Chelsea and Bayern Munich legend Michael Ballack has been named on the list of the best 20 midfielders in the history of the German Bundesliga. The 44-year-old German football icon was part of the list of the best midfielders compiled by football outlet Bleacher Report.

The criteria used in selecting the top 20 midfield players in the history of the German topflight include the number of goals scored, titles won for club and country. Special importance was attached to the goals scored leading to title success either at club level or country level.


Champions League holders Bayern Munich have blown Italian Serie A team Lazio away in the first leg to take dominant position in their last 16 tie in the competition. Lazio started the game as masssive underdogs and that reflected in the game as the German champions showed their superiority especially in the first half.

Bayern Munich were able to secure a comprehensive 4-1 win over their hosts in the first leg played at the Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday night. Bayern Munich talisman Robert Lewandowski pounced on some poor defending inside the first ten minutes to give his team the lead.

Bayern Munich secure impressive comeback victory against Mainz 05

Bayern Munich manager Hansi Flick says that the club had to resort to using their mental strength in order to get a result against Mainz 05. The defending champions were able to secure a 5-2 victory at the Allianz Arena and this was the third successive win for the team. However, Bayern were made to work extremely hard for this victory, as they found themselves 2-0 down at half-time. JonathanBurkardt and Alexander Hack were able to score in the last few minutes of the first half to silence the home crowd and put a shock to the score in German football.

The manager made two major changes at half-time by bringing on Sule and Goretzka. There was an immediate impact from the team after Kimmich pulled one back in the 50th minute. Summer signing Leroy signing was able to equalise the scores just five minutes later. This provided a major setback for Mainz 05, who appeared to be heading for a victory.


Bayern Munich suffered their second league defeat of the season after they lost a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 at the home offellow Champions League campaigners Borussia Moenchengladbach.

The game was one of the top two clashes as far as week 14 is concerned in the German Bundesliga this season, the other top clash on matchday 14 is the meeting between RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund.


Real Madrid are clear favourites to sign Bayern Munich defender David Alaba on a free transfer this summer. Several media outlets including Goal. David Alabais a key player at Bayern Munich but he could leave the Bavarian giants later this year after the Austrian international decided against signing a new contract at the Allianz Arena. Bayern Munich offered David Alaba a new deal but the utility playerhas made the decision to sign the new contract. To this effect, as many as five clubs are battling to sign him and Real Madrid arein pole position to secure his signature.

David Alaba, 28, has beenat Bayern Munich for over a decade. The Austrian international signed for the club from Austria Vienna in his native Austria in 2008. He has been part of the treble-winning team at Bayern Munich on two occasions.


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