When it comes to FC Bayern, we’ve grown to expect a certain level of dominance. But just because we’re not seeing it doesn’t mean it’s all their fault.
Like the UCL, the Europa League group stage has come and gone. Were there any surprises? And, what intriguing matchups lie ahead?
This week from the vault of ‘Rumors That Will Not Die’, Julian Draxler is going to Arsenal. Except that he almost certainly is not.
With the UCL out of the way this week, we turn to Europa, where there’s still plenty to fight for.
Ahead of Europa’s fifth matchday, there are many clubs on the brink of elimination.
Who will be one step closer to qualifying for the grueling Europa League end rounds?
Who will keep their strong European start going, and can the cellar dwellers dig themselves out of an early two-match hole?
We’re only six weeks in, but the German top flight has produced plenty of scintillating storylines thus far.
While it may have been unnecessary, Wolfsburg will make it just fine without star midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
What to look for as Germanya��s first division gets underway this week.
The top European clubs that fell short of expectations most notably this season.
After barely avoiding relegation the last few seasons, Augsburg have completed consecutive top-10 finishes and made next year’s Europa League.
Both clubs were eliminated from the Champions League, but in very different fashions.
Real Madrid must acknowledge legendary goalkeeper Iker Casillas’ decline before it costs them.
Tuesday’s Champions League action rewrote the record books in high-flying fashion.
What took a team so long to sign Di Matteo as their manager?