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Leverkusen pull off tactical masterstroke to neutralise Guardiola’s Bayern — In the end, just as it was at the start, only a meagre 'n' could separate the two teams at the BayArena. Pep Guardiola and Roger Schmidt met for a warm embrace on the touchline after the stalemate on Saturday night, both broadly happy with the game and the result.
Feb 08, 2016

RT @guardian_sport: Leverkusen pull off tactical masterstroke to neutralise Guardiola’s Bayern. By @honigstein

Schalke 04 seek Bundesliga top four amid heavy pressure — Don't adjust your volume just yet. Former Schalke 04 midfielder Julian Draxler ("I'm expecting the worst") might not get to feel the wrath of 60,000 furious spectators at the Veltins-Arena on Saturday after all. The 22-year-old's participation is doubtful because of flu according to VfL Wolfsburg coach Dieter Hecking ahead of the trip to the Ruhr area.

Hummels’ good fortune puts video replays on the Bundesliga agenda again — Mats Hummels might no longer be international flavour of the month - it's been noticeably ages since any "good friend" of his has told reporters that he dreams of playing for Chelsea/Arsenal/Manchester United/Barcelona - but his place in German football history looks more assured by the minute.
Feb 02, 2016

RT @guardian_sport: Mats Hummels’ good fortune puts video replays back on Bundesliga agenda. By @honigstein

Bayern Munich politics involved with Jerome Boateng injury — The situation, Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told dpa on Tuesday, was "not as dramatic" as initially feared: a scan by former club doctor Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt had revealed that the injured Bayern defender Jerome Boateng (groin) could possibly come back onto the pitch for "the last third of the season".

Stuttgart lead rise of fallen German giants by ditching wild west football — Of the teams in the top half of the table only the league leaders, Bayern Munich, (2-1 at Hamburger SV) and Thomas Tuchel's relentlessly awesome Borussia Dortmund (3-1 at Borussia Mönchengladbach) won their opening games in 2016.

Football Weekly: Chelsea kickstart their season with a party at the Palace — It's the first Football Weekly of 2016, and AC Jimbo welcomes back Barry Glendenning for the occasion, resuming the longest-running bromance in podcasting history, with Rafa Honigstein and John 'Blades Onesie' Ashdown encouraging the reunited pair to get a room.

Bayern supremacy Dortmund revival Chicharito goal Bundesliga — As the Bundesliga season reaches the winter break, Raphael Honigstein looks back on the highlights and lowlights so far and suggests what might happen next. The season so far The first half of 2015-16 hasn't deviated too much from the wider, familiar story of recent years.

Farewell 2015, farewell Pep Guardiola; the Bundesliga will, and won’t, miss you — Bald man with beard steps down, safe pair of hands takes over - it's fair to say the fallout from Bayern Munich's 1-0 win at Hannover didn't come as a total surprise. But enough of Michael Frontzeck (out) and Mirko Slomka (in, probably) for the moment.

Bayern Munich get calm continuity with Carlo Ancelotti — As we now know, Bayern Munich have been let down very gently by Pep Guardiola. The Catalan began hinting at his post-season exit back in September during dinner meetings with Executive Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

Bayern confirm coach Carlo Ancelotti will succeed Guardiola — Bayern Munich have confirmed that Carlo Ancelotti will become their new coach at the end of the 2015-16 season with Pep Guardiola deciding not to renew his contract with the Bundesliga champions.
Dec 20, 2015

RT @ESPNFC: BREAKING: Pep Guardiola to leave Bayern, Ancelotti to replace him, Rummenigge tells BILD:

Dec 20, 2015

RT @ESPNFC: BREAKING: Pep Guardiola to leave Bayern, Ancelotti to replace him, Rummenigge tells BILD:

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Feb 11, 2016

@dw_sports signed Unterlassungserklärungen means the legal action is over

Feb 11, 2016

@SBienkowski conjecture, your honour. Convinced Pep wouldn't have held back if he'd been unhappy with Tasci after JM or no one before.

Feb 11, 2016

@SBienkowski @Mickyzde sure. said Bayern could have done more but don't know if they did or were even asked do

Feb 11, 2016

@GerardOneill95 dunno sorry. But expectation in Germany that deal will be announced next week

Feb 11, 2016

@SBienkowski @Mickyzde thirdly: as you know, managers don't sign players at Bayerb

Feb 11, 2016

@SBienkowski @Mickyzde woah, huge presumptions there. No evidence he asked for someone, and none for the club not trying hard either

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