Dele Schmannkerl: Beyond Bayern Munich and Manchester City; Harry Kane to Bayern in a surprising move? grumbled over Pavard’s transfer rumors; The rivalry between Mane and Salah? Sasa Kalajdic is practically asking Bayern to take him. And more!

Well, guys, it was a pre-season friendly – no key move in the transfer window was available, another started off the bench, the match ended with youth prospects on both teams, and lightning kept interrupting the proceedings. We will be fine! hopefull? Some quick results notes from me:

  • Bayern got off to a very, very strong start, going off dangerously with a number of great chances – while Manchester City also had theirs. However, City advanced in the game while Bayern faded.
  • However, I liked what I saw before the 12-minute cut-off. Serge Gnabry hit a superb shot across the goal to get to Thomas Muller, the connection narrowly missed. It could have been a click. There was also Bayern’s excellent and legitimate goal that was canceled but should have been the opening goal.
  • In fairness, the team seemed shaky and out of sync compared to their opponents. They should be able to play better than they did today, with plenty of poor gifts even from veterans.
  • A tough walk for Joshua Kimmich and I think Leroy Sané also leaves a lot to be desired. They’ll have to hold it when the rubber really meets the road.
  • Among the new men in the limited business, Nassir Mazraoui stood out. Nobody had the best games, but he looks ready to get into the lineup. On the other hand, Josep Stanicic and Joshua Zirkzee had nights to forget. Zirkzee is on his way out but I’m a little worried about Stanišić now. Maybe that’s why Paul Wanner is out on the LWB.
  • The full-time referee blew up a (good) chance for Bayern Munich. Sometimes you have to laugh
  • I guess that was the preparation for the whole season, eh? Who Set the Date for the Winter World Cup, Anyway? Fortunately, the DFL Supercup is only important, and it would be an excellent pre-season adjustment.

If you missed the preliminary analysis, match notes, and match prizes, have a look at them:

—zippy86 guest writes on this segment

Continuing Kane’s streak to Bayern, the Englishman could move to Bayern this summer in a very surprising development in this year’s divine transfer window:

Bayern have already reached out to Kane’s camp to gauge his interest in a potential move to Germany at the end of the Premier League season, according to Bild. Bayern president Oliver Kahn recently insisted he would be very happy to welcome Beijing to the club in the not too distant future, but it remains to be seen if the England star can finally be persuaded to leave his country of birth over the coming period. months.

Kane has been closely linked with a move to Manchester City a year ago and is said to have asked Tottenham for permission to leave the club in order to join the Premier League champions. He was eventually denied the opportunity to do so, but appears to still have an uncertain future with his current employers as things stand, despite being restricted until the summer of 2024.

There are very few strikers in European football who would qualify to replace Lewandowski at Bayern Munich, and Harry Kane is definitely one of them. But will he really be a good addition to the Bayern Munich squad? Personally, I don’t think he has the Bavarian mentality so necessary to be a part of Die Roten.

With all the reports of Benjamin Pavard leaving Bavaria, Nagelsmann himself found it necessary to step in and clear things up amid all the rumors circulating around her:

Chelsea have been linked with the transfer of Bayern defender Benjamin Pavard this summer as a potential addition to Tuchel’s squad. German giants chief Nagelsmann commented on the Frenchman’s future and admitted: “I really want him to stay, I want to keep.”

Pavard, for me at least, is a world-class right-back and Bayern would lose without him. Mazraoui has not proven to be a good enough substitute yet, and although Pavard has his quirks, he is still a very talented player. Let’s see what comes out of this, but if you ask me? He is not going anywhere.

Bayern Munich has had some big wins in the transfer market in terms of buying and selling. Several important events have taken place this week and we are considering some of them in this podcast.

Here’s what we have for this episode:

  • Thinking about Robert Lewandowski’s transfer and departure
  • Discussing Robert Lewandowski’s legacy at Bayern
  • Will Bayern change his style of play because of Lewandowski’s departure?
  • Where will the goals come from?
  • Lewandowski’s place in world football
  • The arrival of Matthijs de Ligt! What does this mean for Bayern’s defense?
  • Who will be the new commander of the defense?
  • Leon Goretzka is injured! What will Bayern do in this case?
  • Serge Gnabry runs! Does the decision to keep it make sense?
  • Why the German Football Association fined Bayern and Bochum for flare-ups in the stands makes sense
  • A note on Bayern Munich spending this summer
  • Reflections on the possible transfer of Konrad Laimer
  • Small spoiler about Better Call Saul 🙂

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Senegalese international and Egypt’s Messi have spent most of their time at Liverpool vying for the spotlight. Both highly talented players, fighting for recognition, it didn’t help when they faced off in the finals of the Africa Cup of Nations, when Mane beat Salah for the African Player of the Year award. But here’s what Sadio Mane had to say about it:

Sadio Mane says he is still texting Mohamed Salah despite his departure from Liverpool with Bayern Munich last month.

“People sometimes say there is a rivalry between me and [Salah]But you know I don’t see myself in competition with any player to be honest.”

“We have good relations, we text each other. I think the media is always trying to [aggravate] Things. You know I just don’t have [relationships] With one player, but with every player I’ve played with in the world.”

“You can ask who you want at the club, or wherever I go. I have good relations with all the players.”

Well, now that they are in different clubs, they can finally have a healthy competition, and fight for trophies in their own clubs.

Bayern Munich legend Giovan Elber celebrated his 50th birthday yesterday (23 July). The former Brazilian professional scored a total of 92 goals in 169 matches during his tenure at Bayern Munich, where he won 4 league titles, 3 German Cups, the Champions League and the Club World Cup. Very happy birthday to the legend! (Sorry we’re late to the party :/)

We are pleased to announce that Bavarian podcasters have been nominated for “Best Podcast Club” by World Soccer Talk.

That’s right (hopefully) your pet Bayern Munich The network podcast is available for an award. While we feel humbled and honored that we didn’t chase everyone away, we can use your help to secure the trophy. That’s right…you can vote! Help support BFW’s quest to be the best, by checking out this link and giving us a vote (or INNN will chase you): World Soccer Talk Awards – Best Podcast Club

Keep in mind that we didn’t nominate ourselves or anything like that for this award…someone like us!

We’ve put a lot of hard work into helping the podcast network grow and evolve over the years. We’d love to bring the gold home here and honestly haven’t been that excited about the competition since the Bundesliga was in its heyday. Voting closes at midnight EST on July 31, 2022 (direct link:

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Mane opted to leave Liverpool last season, after six successful years at Anfield, motivated by setting himself up for a new challenge elsewhere:

“I made the decision to leave last year because I needed a new challenge in my life,” Mane said. BBC Sport Africa. “If you see my story, I come from a small town – my life has always been a challenge, so I want to challenge myself all the time.”

He continued, “It was not an easy decision, but in life you sometimes have to make decisions, and so far I think it’s the best decision I’ve made in my career. Today I’m in one of the best clubs in the world and I’m really happy to be at Bayern Munich and very excited to start this season.”

We are so lucky to have you here Manny, and we sure are glad. Welcome to the family! (Let’s pretend he’s going to read this and say “Thank you, my friend!”)

Now that Bayern Munich has begun looking for a replacement for Lewandowski, Sasha Kalajic to Bayern is a reality and the Austrian striker appears to want to move to the German champions:

“If you look at it from a neutral point of view, the timing is probably no better. There is always a striker who plays at Bayern and there is no striker who has only been there for a year,” Kalajic told Sky Germany.

“But I can’t decide whether to go to Bayern Munich. Bayern should also ask me if I want to join them and make me an offer. There are many things that play a role.”

Calajdic is an incredibly talented striker, as we saw from the match against Stuttgart last season (second to last). His ability to perform in front of goal is very good, he is tall, strong and also fast. It would be a much better signature than say Mathys Tel (40 million teens?), and would be great for Bayern to sign it (again, let’s imagine Brazzo reads our awesome blog and decides to follow it up).

Robert Lewandowski jumped to FC Barcelona, ​​and like him after breaking Gerd Muller’s record by scoring 41 goals in one season, he did not sink. So what can Bayern’s Julian Nagelsmann come in to mitigate the scoring machine’s loss? This is Lewandowski?

In the second room of just three, INNN, Tom, and Schnitzel discuss:

  • Our first impressions of Lewandowski leaving the club.
  • Can the attacking duo of Sadio Mane and Serge Gnabry make up for Lloyd’s loss of goals?
  • Problems with the rumored 3-5-2 plan planned by Julian Nagelsmann.
  • Schnitzel proposes a different modulation that gives INNN signals.
  • How can Bayern still play 4-2-3-1 with Sadio Mane as the lone striker?
  • INNN: Why defense should be the focus for next season.
  • Huge argument about the fluidity of composition and how to use Thomas Muller.
  • What transfers did Bayern Munich leave in the window? What conversions are still possible?
  • Why can Cristiano Ronaldo still come to Bayern Munich?
  • Final thoughts – What is Julian Nagelsmann’s prediction for next season? Predicted positions in the German Football League, the UEFA Champions League, and the UEFA Champions League.

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