Bayern Munich

Kingsley Coman Ended A Man's Life

Y'all, this is a funeral. We are gathered here today to celebrate the life of Schalke defender Thilo Kehrer, tragically taken from us too soon at the tender age of 20. He made those few years count, though, fulfilling his dream to become a professional soccer player.

Death comes for us all eventually, and God and Kingsley Coman decided yesterday that Kehrer's time has come. It is not my place to question the decisions of the almighty, his divine grace has a plan for us all, and when our time us up it is up.

James Rodriguez Records First Goal And Assist For Bayern In Win Over Schalke

Bayern Munich defeated Schalke 3-0 on Tuesday with James Rodriguez factoring heavily in his first Bundesliga start for the Bavarians. Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring from the spot, and James put Bayern up 2-0 before halftime with his first goal for the club. James then put the finishing touches on the victory with a fantastic feed for Arturo Vidal in the 75th minute.

Manuel Neuer Ruled Out Until January With Foot Injury

Bayern Munich will be without the best goalkeeper in the world until at least January 2018 after Manuel Neuer underwent surgery for a broken foot earlier this week.

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge Has Had It Up To Here With Robert Lewandowski

Last week, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski made some pointed comments to Speigel regarding Bayern Munich's transfer business, which he said was not ambitious enough for an elite European giant like Bayern.

Hoffenheim Utilize Obscure Rule To Score On Bayern With Two Balls On The Pitch

30-year-old wunderkind manager Julian Nagelsmann will earn the plaudits for masterminding Hoffenheim’s 2-0 victory over Bayern Munich on Saturday, but another precocious young individual has also made the headlines for his performance in the match: 13-year-old ball boy Umut Tohumcu, who was making his debut in the role.

Having Always Battled Injuries And Baldness, Age Is Just A Number For Arjen Robben

At 33 years of age, Bayern Munich must surely be contemplating how they’ll ever manage to replace Arjen Robben on the right wing. Robben gives the impression of having been around this game forever, and with good reason. The 2017-18 campaign will mark his 18th as a professional. The fact that he’s been bald for the majority of them and is permanently recovering from/suffering a muscle injury only adds to his distinguished agedness.

Bundesliga Shows The World How VAR Is Supposed To Work On Opening Day

After FIFA’s strangely inept trials of the Video Assistant Referee system at both the 2016 Club World Cup and 2017 Confederations Cup, it looks as though Germany will once again prove to be an ever-reliable fountainhead for efficiency and mastery, now with regards to using replay technology in football.

VAR decisions have been overly long, miscommunicated and occasionally downright baffling, but before the start of the new Bundesliga season, the German DFB made it clear that they didn't envision these issues plaguing their own use of the system.

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