Red Robbery Moves

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The Boring Euro 2012 Guide

With Ivica Olic missing the tournament due to an injury, there are 12 players representing Bayern at this year’s Euro. Coming up are these guys’ chances to play and the dates you have to mark in your calendar if you want to see how they’re doing, basically just stuff you can find anywhere but what would the internet be without numerous websites telling you the same things with different words?
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Champions League Final Recap

Sometimes the journey is greater than the destination.

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Champions League Final Preview: Bayern v Chelsea

It’s the day we have all been waiting for. Months and months later and it has finally arrived. Blackpool v. West Ham United! Two European giants come together for a shot to compete in the best league in the world. It is not to be missed!

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DFB-Pokal Final Recap: Dortmund v Bayern 5-2

What could have been, eh? Saturday began with talismanic Bayern frauen captain Kathrin Langert hoisting the elegant, swanny frauen pokal and ended with an ignominious exit from the other pokal at the hands of the most low, vile, disgusting, self-righteous, revolting, arrogant, and reprehensible team in Germany; Borussia Dortmund. But that’s football, just like it is every time.

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Bundesliga Week 34 Recap: Köln v Bayern 1-4

Here is the end –

my path has vanished

into the parsley.

Buson.

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Bundesliga Week 33 Recap: Bayern v Stuttgart 2-0

For Bayern, the title race was already over. For Stuttgart, all that was left to play for was fifth place. From Jupp Heynckes’ half strength squad to Hans-Jorg Butt’s cameo to those neon orange shirts, there was always going to be a certain element of surrealism to this game. Stuttgart seemed slightly more awake throughout, aided somewhat by a superior incentive to return to Schwabia victorious, while Jupp Heynckes’ men wore their boredom on their immaculate coral striped sleeves. So different, yet wholly the same.

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