The Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has said that he is extremely delighted with the current squad that he has at his disposal. After failing to win the league title for the second consecutive season, Bayern Munich decided to strengthen in a number of areas.

As a result, several new signings have been made, although the club has not splashed out a lot of money on most of the signings. Due to the suspensions for the Champions League final, Jupp Heynckes had a relatively weak squad at his disposal. No, he will be able to rely on a much larger pool of players.


Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has said that the team must work a lot harder in defence in order to be capable of winning titles.

Bayern Munich famously finished as the runners up in the three major competitions last season, and have been linked to some massive players like Cesc Fabregas and Steven Gerrard to help shore up the midfield.


The Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said that it will be difficult even for the top clubs like Barcelona to offer the transfer fee demanded by Athletic Bilbao for their star asset Javi Martinez.


Bayern Munich striker Thomas Müller has said that he is not happy with his role as the substitute this season and will be looking for a move elsewhere if things do not improve next season as well.


When Bayern Munich won the European Cup three times in a row in the 70’s each was controversy. In particular the 1975 final still hurts many Leeds United fans. As a club who have never won Europe’s premier competition Leeds came so close to tasting success in ’75 only to be cheated out of it.

Peter Lorimer scored a perfectly good goal for Leeds early in the match. The referee initially saw nothing wrong with it, but after a quiet word in the ear from Franz Beckenbauer he was persuaded to consult his linesman who Beckenbauer also talked into disallowing the goal.


There are 10 minutes to go in a tense match between Bayern Munich and Stuttgart that will go some way to deciding the Bundesliga title.

Arjen Robben dances past three defenders as he makes his way down the right wing. he jinks into the box, dragging the defenders into all sorts of positions, before firing the ball across goal to his team-mate.

The ball dribbles through to Miroslav Klose who is all of one yard away from the goal line. All he has to do is tap the ball to put Bayern into the lead, and give them the advantage in the title race.

I love watching this video... lol