Bayern Munich

He Was One Of The Best Players In The World. Now He's One Of The Best Executives

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge turned 60 Friday. Rummenigge was Germany's National Team Captain and is currently the president of Bayern Munich.

The striker played three World Cups in a row (1978, 1982 and 1986), making it to the final in both the 18982 and 1986 cups.

Rummenigge was born in Lippstadt. At 19, Bayern Munich signed him and he became a full-time professional footballer. Previously, he shared soccer and his cashier job at a bank.

Bayern Munich’s Good Faith Has Helped A Lowly Club Escape Debt

Dynamo Dresden is a club with a lot of tradition in Germany. Known for its strong backing and fan base, Dresden has had a rollercoaster run through Germany’s football divisions over the past years. Bouncing back and forth between second league relegation and third division promotion, Dynamo Dresden often faced other obstacles, too.

Manchester United Bid $95 Million For Thomas Muller

Reports from Germany – following on similar stories in the British press last weekend – claim that Manchester United has bid $95 million for German international striker Thomas Muller. Louis van Gaal enjoys a close relationship with the player, whom he handed his Bayern Munich debut back in 2008, and is keen to test the Bavarian club’s resolve to hang onto one of their star men.

Five Reasons Why The 2015/16 Bundesliga Will Be The Best One Yet

Good news Bundesliga fans, the season opener between Bayern Munich and Hamburger SV is only one day away and the entire year is accessible to watch in America for the first time on FOX. We have compiled the top five reasons of why this 2015/16 Bundesliga season will be one of the most thrilling, exciting years filled with highs and lows, and plenty of glory.

1. Bayern Munich’s World-Class Signings 

Guardiola Tells His Team Of Superstars To Fight For Their Spots Or Get Out

You could make a very real case that Bayern Munich is the hardest team to coach in the world right now. Its talent level means that expectations are sky high every year; winning the league is not an accomplishment anymore, it’s an appetizer that temporarily satisfies the hunger for success before the main course of Champions League glory. 

Mario Gotze Says He Wants More Attention, Casts Doubt Over Future At Bayern

Mario Gotze has turned into one of the most disappointing players on Bayern Munich’s roster for fans. He has struggled to consistently perform and his attitude on the pitch has suffered accordingly. It’s shocking, really, to see the man that scored the game winning goal of the 2014 World Cup Final fall to such a level.  

Xabi Alonso Starts To Disappear On The Pitch. Literally.

We always suspected something was up with Xabi Alonso. His passing was too good; his vision is too good for a normal human.

And now we see that we were correct in our assumptions, with this Vine as proof: Xabi Alonso is a ghost. Clearly, Xabi starts to disappear here, proving that he is a ghost and can communicate with the supernatural world. His pinpoint lobs are so precise because other ghosts are carrying them to their destinations. The truth has come out.

Lord Bendtner Claims Super Cup For Wolfsburg

The German Super Cup, Germany’s equivalent of the Community Shield, finished in a fantastically surprising turn of events when “Lord” Nicklas Bendtner was substituted on for Wolfsburg. An equalizing goal within the last few minutes of regulation paired with a game winning penalty shot gave Bendtner the right to be called lord once again. 

America Is About To Get A Whole Lot More Of The Bundesliga

FOX Sports just got a whole lot more German.

The Bundesliga and FOX Sports have agreed to a deal in which FOX will either televise or stream every single Bundesliga game this upcoming season. Of the 306 Bundesliga games, 58 will be shown on FOX SPorts 1, 60 on FOX Sports 2, and the rest streamed on FOX Soccer Plus.

Wayward American Prospect Julian Green To Stay At Bayern Another Year

After a disappointing loan spell at Hamburg SV in the Bundesliga, American 20-year-old Julian Green will give it another go at Bayern Munich in 2015/16.

He will start out in the U23s, where he will attempt to establish himself in the first team, and help the side win promotion to the German 3rd division. 

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