The Bundesliga is just around the corner, meaning it is the perfect time to review the Hinrunde! We talk transfers – particularly Alex Nubel’s and Erling Haaland’s latest moves – whilst also analysing the title race and the battle for survival.
With no football to discuss, the boys in the studio put their knowledge to the test in the first ever Bundesliga Diaries quiz!
No football this week. Take some time to relax, enjoy whatever festivities there are and you will hear from us in 2020.
Once again, the Bundesliga doesn’t disappoint! Bayern leave it late against Freiburg and eventually win 3-1, whilst Dortmund and Leipzig share the spoils with a 3-3 draw. Elsewhere, Koln, Hoffenheim and Mainz all grab important victories.
A bad week for Gladbach ends with defeat against Wolfsburg. Leipzig take advantage by beating Dusseldorf to go top, whilst there are also wins for Bayern, Dortmund and Schalke.
Another great weekend of Bundesliga action! Gladbach confirm their title credentials with a 2-1 at home against Bayern, whilst Paderborn’s 1-0 against Bremen takes them off the foot of the table. Elsewhere, Dortmund and Leipzig win, as do Union Berlin.
Plenty more exciting action in the Bundesliga! Bayern lose 2-1 at home against Leverkusen despite dominating, whilst Gladbach win to stay top. Leipzig and Dortmund also pick up victories, whilst Mainz win their second game in a row.
Another crazy Bundesliga weekend! Dortmund come back from 3-0 down against Paderborn to draw 3-3, whilst Mainz hammer Hoffenheim 5-1. Leipzig put Koln to the sword, and Bayern continue their impress recent form with victory over Dusseldorf
No Bundesliga football, but plenty of news! Germany qualify for the Euros with a 4-0 win over Belarus, David Abraham and Vincenzo Grifo receive bans following the scenes in Frankfurt’s clash with Freiburg, and Mainz and Koln hire new managers.
More thrilling action at the top of the Bundesliga! Bayern hammer Dortmund, whilst Union win their first away match of the season at Mainz. Freiburg beat Frankfurt 1-0, whilst Leipzig win 4-2 at the Olympiastadion.