Tag Archives: Germany
Now that the dust has cleared from that stampede of German football, let’s take a few minutes to reflect on some of the goals of the past two days. I think most will admit that this was a bit of … Continue reading
Hell, so much for a Spanish team even in the Champions League final! Looking like we’ll be having Die Classic this year. Last night Bayern Munich ran over Barcelona and tonight Borussia Dortmund Robert Lewandowski just proved that German football is at the pinnacle of … Continue reading
My favorite Frenchy Frank (pronounced Fronk) Ribery just absolutely destroying Messi’s ankles yesterday at the Allianz on the way to set up Robben’s goal that put Bayern up 3-0.
As stated last week, German clubs are efficient and structured. Last night Bayern Munich again proved that they are a top European side by beating Juventus 2-0, again. 4-0 on aggregate and Bayern look to be the club to beat … Continue reading
Whelp, that was neat. Tight game from the beginning and fitting that it would come down to the wire in the way that it did. A brilliant set of goals in the first half had this game tied going into … Continue reading
Germans are known for being rigid, strict, and very efficient in the things they do. Their cars are some of the best engineered vehicles in the world, their beer is famous, their sausages delicious, and their women beautiful. Their football … Continue reading
Copying Barcelona’s style is so 2000 and late.