Like his Scottish counterpart, Mehmet Scholl knows his music…
I promise this is the last of this mini-series featuring Andrew White… Oh and Bayern Munich of course… Dare I say… he’s like a cross between The Hoff and Jess Conrad. Less the Hoff because he’s not known anywhere else apart from Germany, more the
I know, I’m doing my best to ruin what is supposed to be a seasonal celebration. But hey don’t shoot the messenger, it’s the piano player you should be looking for. This former lounge singer just does not know when. to. stop. He continues to
Previously I posted about American-born now Bavaria resident Andrew White and his collaboration with the FC Bayern first team. That single actually got into the German hitparade at number #7 and hey guess what – he didn’t stop there. In the 1990′s Bayern Munich became
Let me introduce you to Andrew White, who in his home country wouldn’t get a 2nd glance. But over in Bavaria he’s a local version of the Hoff…
By their standards Bayern Munich had a bad season. It culminated in April when they were gubbed by (the eventual winners) Barcelona in the Champions League and California Klinsmann was dismissed soon after. They brought in Jupp Heynckes as a caretaker manager and there was
Die Toten Hosen Liebe Fußball
[Pictured] the exact moment when Keegan realised that bouffant-wise, he’d been beaten…
… Der Kaiser to everybody else.
One of the most prolific strikers in history. In his time Gerd Mueller scored 68 goals in 62 international appearances, 66 goals in 74 European Club games (both records) and 365 goals in 427 Bundesliga games.
(or.. “er Felsen !”… if Google Translate did it’s job.) Posted one last week because I expect the subject to be in the headlines very soon and this fortuitously timed entry is about another back page attention getter who’s transfer speculations has been going on
Today’s goalkeeper is one that provided much entertainment for us and especially for the media. (Hover over the next couple of links.) No not that one. A bit later than that. Yeah you are nearer, but I said entertaining not calamitous. There’s your man. It’s