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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Bayern 15 5 1 50
2 RB Leipzig 14 3 4 45
3 Dortmund 10 7 4 37
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 By Mark Lovell

Bayern appoint Hermann Gerland, Jochen Sauer to lead academy

Hermann Gerland has been placed in charge of Bayern Munich's new academy facility.

Hermann Gerland and Jochen Sauer will head Bayern Munich's new academy, which is set to open this summer.

Bayern's academy, located a short distance away from the Bavarians' Allianz Arena stadium, is due to be completed at a cost of between €70-90 million.

And the long-serving Gerland, 62, currently Carlo Ancelotti's assistant manager, will oversee the sporting side of operations.

"It's unbelievable what has sprung up near the Allianz Arena," Gerland said. "I'm looking forward to using my...

 By Mark Lovell

Franck Ribery, Jerome Boateng closing in on Bayern Munich returns

Bundesliga leaders Bayern slipped up at Hertha Berlin to give a glimmer of hope to the teams chasing them.

Franck Ribery and Jerome Boateng are both stepping up their comeback bids and nearing a return to action for Bayern Munich.

Ribery, 33, has not featured since the Bundesliga champions' 2-1 victory at Werder Bremen over a month ago after suffering a strained muscle at the back of his right thigh during training on Jan. 31.

But Bayern's second longest-serving player has taken an active part in the majority of this week's team training sessions, and coach Carlo Ancelotti said last Friday that he had...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich have had some late luck. Will they need any vs. Hamburg?

Were Bayern lucky vs. Hertha? It doesn't matter. They shouldn't need late goals this weekend.

At the height of Manchester United's astonishing run of success under Sir Alex Ferguson, the Reds became renowned for their uncanny knack of grabbing last-gasp goals that would send opponents reeling. Most famously, they denied Bayern Munich in the 1999 Champions League final, when both United's goals were scored in the dying moments -- otherwise known as "Fergie time."

And perhaps, given their own dramatic Bundesliga feats in 2017, we can rename this passage of play "squeaky Bayern time." The...

 By Mark Lovell

No DFB action against Carlo Ancelotti over Hertha fan incident - Bayern

Bundesliga leaders Bayern slipped up at Hertha Berlin to give a glimmer of hope to the teams chasing them.
A 3-1 second leg result for @rafifa13 led to a 5-3 aggregate win over @LucasRep98 in the FUT series.

Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti will not face disciplinary action after making an obscene gesture to Hertha Berlin fans on Saturday, the German champions have said.

Ancelotti, who had accused the fans of spitting at him after the 1-1 draw in the German capital, apologised for his actions.

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The incident happened as he went down the tunnel towards the dressing rooms and the 57-year-old admitted making the gesture.

The German FA (DFB) asked him to explain his actions, but Bayern said on Tuesday...

Bayern's controversial late goal, Barca fans OK to boo, Lincoln's cup magic

The FC crew break down Barcelona's dismal showing against Leganes, and discuss their fans booing the team and Luis Enrique.
Bayern's dramatic late winner in Berlin exposed the folly of arguing about added time.

In England, they used to call it "Fergie Time." In Germany, Hertha boss Pal Dardai called it the "Bayern bonus" after the Bavarians equalized 59 seconds past the allotted 5 minutes of time added on decreed by referee Patrick Ittrich.

Prior to that, a decidedly humdrum Bayern had gone a goal down after Vedad Ibisevic put the Berliners ahead following a rather dubious free kick. Carlo Ancelotti's crew played as if they were hung over from pounding Arsenal 5-1 in midweek, looking sluggish and devoid...