“The Bundesliga Diaries Awards” Season 19/20

The Bundesliga season has come to an end, but there is still time for one last episode before our own summer break! The boys in the studio discuss the campaign, and look back at those who made this another term to remember.

MD34 – Bremen stand up when counted as Düsseldorf fall apart

The Bundesliga is over for another season! Bremen reach the relegation play-off after a huge win against Köln and Dusseldorf’s collapse versus Union. Monchengladbach finish fourth with a 2-1 victory over Hertha, whilst Schalke lose again, this time to Freiburg 4-0.

MD33 – Bremen on the precipice as Schalke’s woes continue

Just nine matches of the 2019/20 Bundesliga campaign to go! Bremen must win their last game and hope for help elsewhere after they lose 3-1 to Mainz, whilst Schalke continue to struggle with a 4-1 defeat against Wolfsburg. Dortmund win 2-0 against Leipzig while Gladbach beat Paderborn 3-1.

MD32 – Bayern are champions as we say goodbye to Paderborn

Bayern are Bundesliga champions for the eighth time in a row! That comes as they beat Werder Bremen 1-0, who remain in trouble at the bottom of the table. BVB lose to Mainz, whilst Dusseldorf earn a 2-2 against Leipzig. Along with all the usual analysis, the boys speak to Brian from the Hey Eintracht Frankfurt podcast and Josh from the Anfield Wrap about their perceptions of the Bundesliga since its return.

MD31 – Bremen on fire as Bayern edge past Gladbach

Just three matchdays are left between now and the end of the Bundesliga season! Bayern close in on the title with a late 2-1 victory over Borussia Monchengladbach, whilst Bremen hammer Paderborn. Dortmund win against Dusseldorf and Schalke draw with Leverkusen.

MD29 – Goals aplenty at the top as Bremen gain ground at the bottom

There was a bucket-load of action both at the top and the bottom this weekend! Bayern and Dortmund win easily, prevailing 5-0 and 6-1 respectively, whilst Borussia Monchengladbach hammer Union Berlin 4-1. At the bottom, Werder Bremen win again as Fortuna Dusseldorf and Mainz lose to make Florian Kohfeldt’s men the weekend’s big winners.