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Champions League

Bayern hit form as Ancelotti adopts Pep’s tactics

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Berlin (AFP) Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti took a leaf out of predecessor Pep Guardiola's book as the Bavarian giants' hit form in a 3-1 Bundesliga win at Mainz.

Ancelotti experimented with a new-look line up ahead of Tuesday's visit by Atletico Madrid in a meaningless Champions League game.

Guardiola: “Big clubs don’t tolerate losers”

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Pep Guardiola has warned David Moyes that failure to win at a big club is intolerable and that managers must deal with the pressure that comes with managing a club like Manchester United and deliver trophies, or else they risk losing their job even if they've only been in charge for a year.

The difference between United and Bayern Munich couldn't be more evident.

Bayern Munchen

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Si bajo la conducción de Jupp Heynckes ganó todo, la llegada de Pep Guardiola al campeón de Europa redobla la apuesta hacia un fútbol ofensivo y espectacular.
Artículo publicado en ESPN Magazine, en septiembre de 2013 Por PABLO ARO GERALDES
En 2010, Bayern Munich vio cómo se le escapaba la Champions League ante el Inter comandado por Mourinho, con dos goles de Diego Milito en la final madrileña.

Top five Champions League final conclusions: Bayern Munich 2-1 Borussia Dortmund

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1. Arjen Robben has proven that if you take enough shots in Champions League finals, you will eventually score the winner. He had 24 attempts on goal in three previous finals before his all important effort in the dying minutes of Saturday's final. 2. Bayern boss Jupp Heynckes is bowing out in style.

Bayern Munich

Pep Guardiola faces toughest challenge of his managerial career at Manchester City

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The position that Pep Guardiola stepped into at Bayern Munich three years ago this summer was not, in many ways, an enviable one.

The Spanish coach was preparing to take over a team that had just won the Champions League, Bundesliga, and German Cup in one of the most successful seasons in the club's storied history.

Pep Guardiola faces toughest challenge of his managerial career at Manchester City

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The position that Pep Guardiola stepped into at Bayern Munich three years ago this summer was not, in many ways, an enviable one.

The Spanish coach was preparing to take over a team that had just won the Champions League, Bundesliga, and German Cup in one of the most successful seasons in the club's storied history.

Thiago shines as Bayern Munich slaughters FC Porto 6-1

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For Porto it was all good just a week ago. They defeated Bayern Munich 3-1 at home and had a very good chance of advancing to the semifinals of the Champions League. Unfortunately for the Dragons, Bayern were motivated by their loss and thrashed them 6-1.

The scoring began when left-back Juan Bernat, starting over the injured David Alaba, whipped a ball into the box and Thiago headed the ball in around the 14th minute.

Former Bayern Munich Manager Jupp Heynckes Believes Marco Reus Should Join Real Madrid

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In an interview on the German cable channel Sky 90,former Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes said he believes Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus should join Real Madrid. The former Bayern boss recommended the switch to Spain because he feels the Germanchampions have too much competition in their attacking positions.

Former Bayern Munich Manager Jupp Heynckes Believes Marco Reus Should Join Real Madrid

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In an interview on the German cable channel Sky 90,former Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes said he believes Borussia Dortmund midfielder Marco Reus should join Real Madrid. The former Bayern boss recommended the switch to Spain because he feels the Germanchampions have too much competition in their attacking positions.

Bayern Munich 2014/15 Season Preview: Pep Focuses on Champions League Title

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The two-time reigning Bundesliga champions are heading into their upcoming campaign as the heavy favorites to retain the trophy and have a three-peat, which is something the Miami Heat couldn't do. The real narrative of Die Roten's season will be if Pep Guardiola can lead them back to being the rulers of Europe.

Bayern Munich Promise To Never Sack Pep Guardiola

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Pep Guardiola is still in the early stages of preparing for his second season as manager of Bayern Munich. His first season saw the former Barcelona boss win the Bundesliga title, DFB-Pokal, UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup.

Although the Bavarians fell short of repeating their Champions League successes of 2012-13, confidence remains high at the club and Guardiola has been given even more assurance that there will be no abrupt ending to his tenure at the German club.

Hertha Berlin 1-3 Bayern Munich: Bavarians Now Set Sights On New Club Record

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Bayern Munich wrapped up its 24th Bundesligatitle with a comfortable 3-1 victory at Hertha Berlin on Tuesday night where Toni Kroos, Mario Gotze and Frank Ribery found the back of the net to record the fastest Bundesliga championship title in history.

Defending their title with a record seven matches to spare, the Bavarian giants became the first Bundesliga club to win the title in March.

Heading into a New Year, Bayern Munich Is Still The Team to Beat

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Despite replacing their treble-winning manager and letting go of a potent striker without replacing him, Bayern Munich go into 2014 arguably stronger than ever.

When the Bavarians decided on January 16 that Pep Guardiola would take over for Jupp Heynckes in the summer, speculation traveled that maybe the release of the news so early would disrupt the team's journey to a potential magical season.

Bayern Munich vs Manchester City: Revenge on the cards for Pellegrini’s men

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Bayern Munich vs Manchester City: Revenge on the cards for Pellegrini's men - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Manchester City have arguably the toughest game in world football to play on Tuesday night; an away day against European champions Bayern Munich.

Pep Guardiola has continued on where Jupp Heynckes left off, with the Bavarian powerhouses steamrollering everything in their path this season – including City at the Etihad Stadium.

Bayern Munich Announce Champions Leauge Squad

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Bayern Munich today announced the squad that will do their best to retain the Champions League title in this year's elite European club tournament. The German giants overcame bitter rivals Borussia Dortmund in last year's final at Wembley, but changes in Munich mean the current holders will have a slightly different look squad going into this season.

Video: Bayern Munich Star Jerome Boateng Speaks About Jupp Heynckes, the Treble, and the Season Ahead

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Jerome Boateng was in Miami this summer for the SWOL Footvolley Fight Against Racism.The German international had just come off a fantastic season with Bayern Munich, winning the Bundesliga, the German Cup, and the much coveted Champions League at Wembley Stadium in London.

Despite the amazing season, large changes have already taken place at Bayern Munich with Jupp Heynckes leaving and Pep Guardiola coming on as the German giants' news manager.

Pep Guardiola bemoans always having to win, claims he’s ‘not some super trainer’

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By winning the treble months after it was announced that Pep Guardiola would replace him at the end of the season, beloved former Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes ensured his successor would not have a tender honeymoon period at his new club. But with the talent at Guardiola's disposal and his own golden record, who needed that?

Warning Signs For Bayern Munich and Pep Guardiola After Dortmund Defeat

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From the day the announcement was made, I had never questioned Bayern's decision to hire the worlds most sought-after manager until Jupp Heynckes' machine trounced the very same Barcelona side built by his would-be successor. My fear that Guardiola would weaken Bayern's tenacity with a more elegant, attacking but unstable approach came to fruition this past Saturday in the first competitive match of the German season, the German Supercup.

Pep Guardiola slaps Thiago, has already ruined Bayern Munich

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In his first test as Bayern Munich manager after taking a year off from football, Pep Guardiola, who had previously won 14 of 19 titles available to him in four years at Barcelona, lost the German Super Cup — the most important of the totally unimportant domestic titles — by a score of 4-2 to Borussia Dortmund.

Mario Gomez To Leave Bayern For Fiorentina In €15m Deal, Set To Become Italy’s New Tabloid Sensation

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Bayern's Mario Gomez who was once a force to be reckoned with at Bayern Munich has signed a contract with Italian sideFiorentina, that will cancel out the three years he has left at the Bundesliga club. Gomez was the original 'Super Mario', before we were introduced to ballistic strikers who were in love with letting off fireworks in their bathrooms!

Danish postman gets tattoo of Jupp Heynckes’ face as a ‘thank you’

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After winning an unprecedented German treble with Bayern Munich last season, Jupp Heynckes is utterly revered among fans of the Bavarian side. In fact, a Danish postman holds the recently-retired coach in such high regard that he decided to have his 68-year-old face tattooed on his calf.

Twenty-six year old Niklas Dini spent €200 getting an astonished version of the manager's face inked onto him, along with the message "Danke Jupp" ("Thank you Jupp"), the club motto "Mia san mia" (which roughly translates to the title of the Ke$ha classic "we are who we are") and a large star proclaiming his status as a record breaker.

Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich Reign Kicks Off With 15-1 Stroll Against Local Side (Video)

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By Alan Duffy

Having lifted the Champions League in impressive fashion under the stewardship of Jupp Heynckes, the arrival of Barcelona legend Pep Guardiola could well see Bayern Munich enjoy a golden era of success, both domestically and in Europe.

In his first game in charge, against local fan-club side Wildenau, Guardiola watched his mix and match side run out 15-1 winners, withThomas Muller, Oliver Markoutz and Vladimir Rankovic on the score-sheet in the first period before Patrick Weihrauch (four goals), Julian Green (three),Franck Ribery (two), Mitchell Weiser (two) and Toni Kroos found the back of the net to secure the pre-season win.

Pep Guardiola shows off his German at first Bayern Munich press conference

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It's been five months since it was announced that Pep Guardiola would replace Jupp Heynckes as Bayern Munich manager and while Heynckes was busy winning the treble, Guardiola was busy learning German. During his season-long sabbatical in New York City, Guardiola spent four hours a day learning how to speak the language once he knew the job was his.

Jupp Heynckes Discusses His Future After Bayern Munich

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After a spectacular season with Bayern Munich,many believed that Jupp Heynckes would hang up his whistle and call it a day. However he couldn't resist leaving the football world on the edge of their seats by refusing to draw the curtains on his career. Heynckes leaves Bayern as a living legend having secured an unprecedented treble this season of Bundesliga, German Cup, and Champions League championships.

Bayern Munich Claim Historic Treble

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Think Pep Guardiola is having second thoughts about replacingJupp Heynckes? I mean allHeynckes did was lead Bayern Munich to the first treble in their history. The 3-2 win over Stuttgart on Saturday meant that Heynckes is the only manager ever to lead a German side to victory in the German Cup, Champions League and Bundesliga titles in the same season.

DEBATE: Are Treble Winners Bayern Munich The Best Side Ever?

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Bayern Munich defeated Stuttgart 3-2 to claim a first ever treble in the club's history with calls to coronate them as Europe's finest ever team growing. But are they the best team ever? In The Stands' Rolly Pelovangu asks the tough questions. There was something eerily pleasing when Mario Gomez tucked home Bayern's third goal [.

Bayern Munich win DFB Pokal, become first German club to complete the treble

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Bayern Munich beat Stuttgart 3-2 to win the DFB Pokal and become the first German club to win the treble.

A week after Bayern beat Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final at Wembley, they built up a 3-0 lead in the DFB Pokal final, only for Stuttgart to score twice in nine minutes. Bayern held them off over the final 10 minutes of the match with Thomas Muller's penalty and a Mario Gomez's brace (press button twice) proving to be enough to win the cup for a record 15th time.

Soccer Saturday: Your Running Commentary

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By JUSTIN FERGUSON

After a commanding Bundesliga title campaign and a thrilling UEFA Champions League Final victory, Bayern Munich wraps up their storybook season on Saturday with a shot at the first treble in German history.

Bayern take on Stuttgart today in the German Cup final, a competition the powerful Bavarians last won in 2010.

DFB-Pokal Final: Bayern Munich in Search of Treble Against Stuttgart

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Both the Bundesliga and Champions League medals are in Bayern Munich's back pocket, with one more feat in mind the German Cup. More commonly known as DFB-Pokal, the Bavarians will certainly not rest on their laurels as they seek to end their 2012/13 campaign on an all-time high with the treble right in front of their noses.

What Bayern Munich winning the Champions League means for football

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Pep Guardiola is one of the most revered coaches in world football and when he became available, Bayern Munich were quick to pounce.

"If [Jupp Heynckes] had been 57 instead of 67 there would have been no question of changing because he does a fantastic job," Bayern president Uli Hoeness told World Soccer magazine recently.

What now for Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund?

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What now for Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com

Bayern Munich claimed the Champions League crown on Saturday night, beating German rivals Borussia Dortmund 2-1 in the final at Wembley. For these Bundesliga foes, the future is looking rather contrasting.

Bayern Munich Arrive Home With Champions League Trophy & Dortmund’s Tragic “Post-Party”

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Newly-crowned Champions League winners Bayern Munich arrived home a few hours ago to glorious fanfare. As expected, they were bearers of German nationalism at its finest (Lufthansa? Check! Beer fountain? Check! Bratwursts? Umm, never mind!) upon disembarkation.

Indeed, Captain Philipp Lahm and head coach Jupp Heynckes proudly held on their trophy one that painfully eluded them twice in the finals- as they descended the steps of the airplane to face the world's press and photographers.

FC Bayern

Punkteschnitt über alle Wettbewerbe der Trainer von Bayern München

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Diese Grafik zeigt die durchschnittliche Punktzahl der Trainer von Bayern München über alle Wettbewerbe hinweg. Die Anzahl der Spiele steht in Klammern hinter den Namen der Trainer.Punkteschnitt über alle Wettbewerbe der Trainer von Bayern München

FC Bayern - The New Barca?

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When FC Bayern deconstructed the Barcelona Dream Machine in the Champions League last season, there was always the nagging underlying reality that Lionel Messi was not a factor...
... in fact by carrying his injury through merely 7.5km in the 1st Leg, his selection increased the emphatic nature of the scoreline.

Real Madrid

Real Madrid Rumors: Jupp Heynckes Could Arrive in Place of Carlo Ancelotti

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Current Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes is considering a return to Real Madrid. His agent was quoted as saying on Sunday that he would extend his career as a coach in order to work at the Bernabéu.

As SWOL noted here, Carlo Ancelotti has been favored for a move from PSG to the La Liga's runners-up.

New managers all around!

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With Guardiola's signing of Bayern Munich and Alex Ferguson's goodbye at Manchester United there have already been huge managing news in European football. But lately there have been even more interesting news on this front, most notably the exit of Jose Mourinho from Real Madrid. Notwithstanding that Mourinho is a brilliant manager, what he most takes away from Madrid is that the club was indeed

The Rest

Monday Kickoff: Ballon d’Or finalists revealed; Brazilian league match marred by violence; and more

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By DAN KARELL

For the fifth time in six years, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will duel it out as finalists for the FIFA Ballon d'Or award.

Joining them for the 2013 award is Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery, who won the treble last season with the German club.

Liverpool: Kenny Dalglish Would Take Wembley Trip Over a top Four Place

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There have been very few cases of players and managers, who are considered as legends at a club, being successful in their second spell. There are the Jupp Heynckes', but the likes of Kevin Keegan are more common. Kenny Dalglish has been added to the latter after his disappointing spell with Liverpool a few seasons ago.

E tudo o “super-Bayern” levou

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Melhor era impossível. O Bayern de Munique conquistou este sábado frente ao Estugarda o quarto troféu da época, ao juntar a Taça da Alemanha Liga dos Campeões, Bundesliga e Supertaça. Foi a primeira vez que uma equipa alemã alcançou este póquer de títulos, culminando da melhor forma uma época verdadeiramente de sonho.

Freedom Kicks: D.C. United links for May 27, 2013

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Happy Memorial Day, ladies and gentlemen. Just one week after D.C. United did something encouraging, they were up to their old tricks on Saturday. Ben Olsen got really mad. It was awesome.

Recap: D.C. United 0 - Portland Timbers 2 | D.C. United

Obviously, most outlets took Sunday off, so the first of five recaps.