The Bundesliga was the first league to finish. German football looked its best for the first time since the fierce rivalries of Klopp’s Dortmund and Heynckes Bayern. Not only were … Continue Reading 2020 Ballon D’or Winner? My Bundesliga Team of the Season 19/20
This is actually the first time I’ve closely paid attention to the Bundesliga from the start to the end. While I plan to pay more attention to teams outside of … Continue Reading Grading the Top Four Bundesliga Team’s Seasons
Borussia Monchengladbach going from one of the more inconsistent teams in the top of half of the table to title challengers for a large part of the season was quite … Continue Reading Florian Neuhaus — A Vital Piece for Marco Rose
A lot of the talk surrounding RB Leipzig has mostly been around the tactics of Julian Nagelsmann, the goals of Timo Werner and the talent in their defence; primarily Nordi … Continue Reading PLAYER ANALYSIS: Konrad Laimer and Midfielders in Pressing Systems
The Champions League has returned with a bang, but not for the same reasons as usual. We regularly see Spain’s top two teams and the English teams stroll through the … Continue Reading Why Bundesliga Clubs Have Looked So Good in the Champions League
Travelling back to 2018, where it finally seemed like the January transfer window wouldn’t be the same dull affair. This window saw huge money signings in Philippe Coutinho, Virgil Van … Continue Reading Good Business in January? A Review of the 2020 January Transfer Window
The Bundesliga has been a mess but in a complimentary way. There have been a lot teams either over-performing, under-performing, playing well or straight-up bad. Let’s go through the top … Continue Reading The Bundesliga is More Competitive Than Ever, But Can These Teams Challenge for the Title?
Bayern Munich have been one of the dominant sides of the decade; domestically and on the European stage. For the past 10 years, Bayern have attempted to form a style … Continue Reading Niko Kovac and Bayern Munich Were Never Meant to Be
I attempt to make it no secrets that midfielders are my favourite type of players. It’s arguably the hardest position to play since midfielders usually go through different trends. From … Continue Reading The 5 Most Inform Midfielders in Europe
The Bundesliga table is a mess, to put it bluntly. RB Leipzig, Schalke and Dortmund have all had relatively good starts to the season, yet find themselves outside of the … Continue Reading Just How Good are Borussia Monchengladbach?
It’s a question that many have asked since Nagelsmann was announced as head coach back in 2018. The 32-year-old managed to turn Hoffenheim from relegation candidates into regular top 4 … Continue Reading Are Leipzig Good Enough to Win the Bundesliga?
With all leagues, excluding Serie A, underway, it’s time to make some predictions. As a majority of previews have shown, I’m bad at predicting football, but that’s a good thing. … Continue Reading Predictions for the Bundesliga – 19/20
I failed to hide my excitement for Borussia Monchengladbach appointing young German coach Marco Rose. The 43-year-old built a fantastic side at Salzburg, adding so much versatility in attack and … Continue Reading The Promising Signs from Marco Rose’s Borussia Monchengladbach
‘The Bundesliga dropoff’ is a term I like to associate to a consistent pattern that occurs in the German top flight. Whenever a team (that isn’t Bayern Munich) has a … Continue Reading PLAYER ANALYSIS: Jerome Roussillon and Wolfsburg’s Recovery
Since his title of one season wonder was successfully shaken off thanks to back to back golden boot winning seasons, there has been much discussion on Tottenham finding a player … Continue Reading PLAYER ANALYSIS: Jean-Philippe Mateta and Harry Kane’s Backup
With football being an ever-evolving sport, there are trends that will come in and out of style. Whether it’s the back three, natural wingers or target men, new systems and … Continue Reading PLAYER ANALYSIS: Yussuf Poulsen and The Joy of Partnerships