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Daily Schmankerl: Aftermath of Bayern Munich vs Manchester City; Harry Kane unexpectedly moved to Bayern?; Nags on Paward transfer rumors; Mane-Salah rivalry?; Sasha Kalajdzic practically begs Bayern to take him; and more!

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Well guys it was a pre-season friendly with one transfer window center move unavailable, another started from the bench, the game ended with young prospects on both teams and the lightning kept breaking the move. We’ll be fine! I hope? Some quick observations from me:

  • Bayern got off to a very, very strong start, flashing dangerously with a number of great moments – Manchester City also had theirs. However, City entered the game, and Bayern faded away.
  • However, I liked what I saw before the 12 minute break. Serge Gnabry shot a stunning ball into Thomas Müller’s goal, and it was almost a missed moment. This would be an invasion. There was also a great, legitimate Bayern goal that didn’t count but should have been the first.
  • To be fair, the team looked rather wobbly and out of sync with their rivals. They should be able to play better than today, with a lot of bad gifts even from veterans.
  • A tough game for Joshua Kimmich and I think Leroy Sane also leaves a lot to be desired. They’ll have to pick it up when the rubber actually hits the road.
  • Of the newcomers of limited action, Nussar Mazraoui stood out. No one has had better games, but he looks ready to enter the XI. Josip Stanisic and Joshua Zirkzee, on the other hand, had something to forget. Zirkzee is leaving, but now I’m a little worried about Stanisic. Perhaps this is why Paul Wanner is dropping out of the LWB.
  • The referee was out full-time in the middle of Bayern’s (pretty good) chance. Sometimes you have to laugh.
  • I guess that was the whole preseason, huh? Who planned this winter world championship? Luckily, the DFL Super Bowl is only partly important and will be a great preparation for the opening of the season.

If you missed our Initial Analysis, Match Observations, and Match Rewards sections, take a look at them:

— guest zippy86 writes in this segment

Continuing the saga of Kane’s move to Bayern, the Englishman could move to Bayern this summer in what would be a huge surprise in this year’s already divine transfer window:

According to Bild, Bayern have already contacted Kane’s camp to assess his interest in a potential move to Germany at the end of the upcoming Premier League season. Bayern boss Oliver Kahn recently insisted that he would be very happy to welcome Kane to the club in the not too distant future, but it remains to be seen if the England ace can eventually be persuaded to leave his country of birth. months.

Kane was closely linked with a move to Manchester City a year ago and is said to have asked Tottenham for permission to leave the club to join the Premier League champions. He was ultimately denied the opportunity to do so, but it appears that his future with his current employers is still uncertain despite being linked until the summer of 2024.

There are very few strikers in European football who can replace Lewandowski at Bayern Munich and Harry Kane is certainly one of them. But will he be a really good addition to the Bayern team? I, for one, don’t think he has the Bavarian mentality that is so important to being part of Die Roten.

With all the reports that Benjamin Pavard is leaving Bavaria, Nagelsmann himself felt it necessary to intervene and clarify the situation amidst all the rumors circulating around:

Chelsea have been linked this summer with the signing of Bayern defender Benjamin Pavard as a potential addition to Tuchel’s squad. The boss of the German giant Nagelsmann commented on the future of the Frenchman and admitted: “I really want him to stay, I want to keep him.”

Pavard, at least for me, is a world-class right-back and Bayern would be lost without him. Mazraoui has yet to fully prove that he is a good enough replacement and despite having his quirks, Pavard is still an extremely talented player. Let’s see what happens, what if you ask me? He’s not going anywhere.

Bayern Munich have made a lot of noise in the transfer market in terms of buying and selling. Many important events have taken place this week, some of which we reflect on in this podcast.

Here’s what we have for this episode:

  • Reflecting on Robert Lewandowski’s transition and departure
  • Discussing the legacy of Robert Lewandowski at Bayern
  • Will Bayern change their style of play with Lewandowski leaving?
  • Where will the goals come from?
  • Status of Lewandowski in world football
  • Matthijs de Ligt arrives! What does this mean for Bayern’s defense?
  • Who will be the new leader of the defense?
  • Leon Goretzka is injured! What will Bayern do in this situation?
  • Serge Gnabry is expanding! Does it make sense to leave him?
  • Why it makes sense for the DFB to fine Bayern and Bochum for flares in the stands
  • A note on Bayern’s spending this summer
  • Reflections on the possible transition of Konrad Laimer
  • A little spoiler about Better Call Saul 🙂

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The Senegalese international and the Egyptian Messi spent most of their time at Liverpool vying for attention. Both extremely talented players were vying for recognition and it didn’t help when they faced off in the AFCON final when Mane defeated Salah to win the Africa Men’s Player of the Year award. But here is what Sadio Mane had to say about it:

Sadio Mane says he’s still in touch with Mo Salah despite moving from Liverpool to Bayern last month.

“People sometimes say that between me and [Salah]but you know, I don’t see any rivalry with any player to be honest,” Mane told Goal.

“We have a good relationship, we correspond. I think the media is always trying [aggravate] things. You know I don’t just have [relationships] with one player, but with all the players I’ve played with in the world.”

“You can ask whoever you want in the club or wherever I go. I have a good relationship with all the players.”

Well, now that they are in different clubs, they can finally have healthy competition, fighting for awards in their own clubs.

Bayern Munich legend Giovane Elber celebrated his 50th birthday yesterday (July 23). The Brazilian ex-pro scored a total of 92 goals in 169 matches during his tenure with Bayern Munich, where he won 4 league titles, 3 German Cups, the Champions League and the Club World Cup. Happy birthday legend! (sorry we’re late to the party :/ )

We are pleased to announce that Bavarian Podcast Works has been nominated for “Best Club Podcast” by World Soccer Talk.

This is your (hopefully) favorite Bavaria podcast network is up for the award. While we’re proud that we didn’t kick everyone out, we could use your help to get the trophy. That’s right… you can vote! Help support BFW’s drive to be the best by following this link and voting for us (otherwise INNN will hunt you down): World Soccer Talk Awards – Best Club Podcast

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We’ve put a lot of effort into helping the podcast network grow and evolve over the years. We’d love to bring gold here and to be honest, we haven’t been this passionate about the competition since the Bundaksliga was at its peak. Voting closes at midnight EST on July 31, 2022. (Direct link: https://worldsoccertalk.com/best-club-podcast-2022-world-soccer-talk-awards)

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Mane decided to leave Liverpool last season, after six successful years at Anfield, motivated by a new challenge:

“Last year I made the decision to leave because I need a new challenge in life,” said Manet. BBC NEWS Sports Africa. “If you see my story, I come from a small town – my life has always been a challenge, so I want to constantly challenge myself.”

He continued: “It was not an easy decision, but in life sometimes you have to make decisions, and at the moment I think this is the best decision I have made in my career. Today I’m at one of the best clubs in the world and I’m very, very happy to be at Bayern Munich and very excited to start this season.”

We are lucky to have you here, Mane, and we are definitely happy. Welcome to the family! (Let’s pretend he reads this and says, “Thank you BFW!”)

Now that Bayern Munich are looking to replace Lewandowski, Sasha Kalajdzic’s move to Bayern is a reality and it looks like the Austrian striker wants to move to the German champions:

“If you look at it from a neutral perspective, the timing probably couldn’t have been better. There is always a striker at Bayern and there is no striker who stays there for just a year,” Kalajdzic told Sky Germany.

“But I can’t decide if I should go to Bayern. Bayern should also ask if I would like to join them and make me an offer. There are many things that come into play.”

Kalajdzic is an incredibly talented striker, as we saw in the match against Stuttgart last season (penultimate match). His ability to perform in front of the net is very good, he is tall, strong and fast. He would be a much better signing than, for example, Mathis Tel (40 million for a teenager?) and Bayern would do great to sign him (again, let’s imagine that Brazzo reads our wonderful blog and decides to pursue him ).

Robert Lewandowski moved to Barcelona and like him, after breaking Gerd Müller’s record of 41 goals in a season, he didn’t drown. So what can Bayern’s Julian Nagelsmann come up with to ease the loss of a scoring car? is that Lewandowski?

Only in the second group of three INNN, Tom and Schnitzel discuss:

  • Our first impressions of Lewandowski’s departure from the club.
  • Can a pair of strikers Sadio Mane and Serge Gnabry make up for the loss of Levi’s goal?
  • Problems with the 3-5-2 auditory constellation planned by Julian Nagelsmann.
  • Schnitzel suggests a different education that gives INNN conniptions.
  • How Bayern can still use a 4-2-3-1 formation with Sadio Mane as a lone striker.
  • INNN’s Opinion: Why defense should be the focus this season.
  • A massive debate about the fluidity of rocks and how to use Thomas Müller.
  • What transfers are left at Bayern Munich? What transfers are still likely?
  • Why Cristiano Ronaldo can still move to Bayern.
  • Final thoughts – what is expected from Julian Nagelsmann in the upcoming season? Expected positions in Bundesliga, DFB Pokal and Champions League.

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