Bundesliga MD7 – BVB riding high into international break as Bayern make a change

It’s time for another Länderspielpause everybody – a good chance to take stock of a league that looks increasingly competitive. Dortmund are still scything through the league, but Bayern, Hoffenheim and Leipzig are keeping them honest.

Funny that, in that Bayern are IN CRISIS, as we all know. At the time James Thorogood and Alex Chaffer recorded, Jupp Heynckes was not yet in the frame to take over for the remainer of the season…but he surely seems to be now. The boys mull over their troubles, as well as the much more severe difficulties of the Cologne, Hamburg and others. Enjoy! Produced by Aidan Rantoul.

International Break – Germany Edge Closer and Your Questions Answered

No Bundesliga this past weekend – ugh. But just when you get that feeling that you’re walking through the wilderness, who should appear but a familiar and trusted guide…it’s James Thorogood! He and Bent Muehue convene in Cologne to talk Die Mannschaft, who are nearly home and dry after two wins in World Cup Qualifying this week.

The show is rounded out by discussions suggested by our Patreon subscribers, who came through for us with some provocative topics. Produced by Aidan Rantoul.

Talking Fussball – Bayern break Berlin hearts, no witnesses on Südtribune to Dortmund’s slaughter of Wolfsburg

Fascinating results this week in the Bundesliga: Bayern needed late, late Dusel to get level with Hertha, RB Leipzig bounced back strongly from last week’s wooziness, and Dortmund put on a hell of a show…in front of a far smaller audience than usual.

Things tightened up a bit at the top, and our old pal James Thorogood is in the hosting chair to talk that and everything else from MD21 over with our other old friend Jonathan Harding. Toward the end, UEFA.com’s Bayer Leverkusen reporter Matt Howarth drops by to talk about their date with Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. Produced by Aidan Rantoul. Enjoy!