Good to be back.
How about that?
But there’s a catch.
Can it be done?
Bayern Munich are in an odd spot, and Carlo Ancelotti isn’t entirely to blame.
Bayern Munich was already having a good transfer window, and then they added James Rodríguez. But none of this matters if they can’t reach that next level.
Borussia Dortmund ended their odd, at times frustrating season with a DFB-Pokal victory on Saturday afternoon. But once again, uncertainty looms. What now?
With all their talent and resources, Wolfsburg just finished third-worst in the Bundesliga. But don’t worry—they get another chance for some reason.
Remember when all those footballers were going to China? Well, one is coming back. Brazilian midfielder Paulinho is headed to Bayern… for some reason.
Timo Werner has taken the Bundesliga by storm this season, thriving within newly-promoted Leipzig’s system. But, he needs to wait another season to move.
Some teams will always have more money or power than others. Still, a lot of fans seem to crave parity when it comes to football. But why?
Fresh off their thrashing at the hands of Bayern, the relegation conversation begins again for Hamburg—one that’s becoming all too familiar.
Tuesday afternoon, PSG took a much-needed step forward. Wednesday afternoon, Arsenal tried to follow suit. Instead, they crashed and burned. Again.
Many fans yearn for parity, or at least a somewhat competitive league year after year. For fans of German football, parity has arrived in the Bundesliga.
You may not like how RB Leipzig has come to be; you certainly don’t have to. But it’s not their fault other Bundesliga clubs can’t get their act together.
The debate over implementing safe standing spaces at matches has raged on for years. But now, it’s looking like more of a reality across England.
So often, football is straightforward. It wasn’t last year with Leicester City, while this season, clubs like Nice and Leipzig are stirring things up.