Talking Fussball – 2016/17 Match Day 6

Matt Hermann and Niklas Wildhagen are back to take a closer look at match day 6 in the Bundesliga.

The two of them discuss the latest news and all the match day 6 action that catches their fancy. Any truth to those rumours surrounding Ralf Rangnick taking over the English national team? What to make of Schalke’s big win against Gladbach? Where is 1. FC Köln going from here after a fabulous 1-1 draw away from home against Bayern? Find out on an all new Talking Fussball!

Talking Fussball – 2016/17 Matchday 5 Review

Matchday 5 in the Bundesliga was comeback central! The weekend results had widespread implications for several clubs as we not only saw standout performances and historically poor starts to the season, but also the second managerial casualty of 2016/17.

Accordingly James and Bent sat down to discuss and dissect all this Bundesliga. From FC Schalke 04 being in crisis mode to Hamburger SV’s chances of actually getting it right this time with Markus Gisdol.

All this and more on the latest episode of Talking Fussball!

Talking Fussball – MD2 Review and Syria’s number one Werder Bremen fan

Talking Fussball is really pretty pleased with the result it got this week while wrapping up Bundesliga match day 2.

Matt Hermann brought podcast all-star Terry Duffelen back into the line-up and handed a debut to New Jersey’s Abel Meszaros. The man known as @BundesPL on Twitter played a blinder, even as he had to come off during the second half water break. Nik Wildhagen then made a huge impact in a cameo appearance interviewing the man behind Werder Bremen’s fan club in war-struck Syria, Akel Alkubeh (@Akel_SVW).

Enjoy, and see you next week!

 

Talking Fussball Extra – Matchday 27 Preview and Uli Hesse

Join Matt Hermann and Terry Duffelen as they break down the latest news, including the comings and goings at Werder Bremen, Borussia Mönchengladbach and RB Leipzig.

They also look ahead to the resumption of the Bundesliga this Easter weekend, including the match formerly known as der Klassiker..

There is also an extended interview with celebrated Bundesliga writer Uli Hesse who talks about Leipzig, Thomas Tuchel Borussia Dortmund and Schalke 04.