RB Leipzig

Podcast 53 — Bayern, City and Lyon maintain their dominance

Musa and Ryan are joined by Jonathan Harding to discuss the final day of the Bundesliga Manchester City completely the first ever English domestic men's treble and Lyon beating Barcelona to secure a fourth Women's Champions League title in a row. They also chat about Jonathan's forthcoming book, Mensch, which explores the reasons why German coaches are so successful, and what lies beyond the cones in dealing with player’s personalities.

Podcast 53 — Bayern, City and Lyon maintain their dominance

Podcast 52 — City seal the title in style

With Manchester City retaining the Premier League, Musa and Ryan look back at the incredible level of England's top two sides. There's also chat about the Bundesliga, Copa de la Reina, possible key signings for the Premier League top six, our predictions for the top four revisited and much, more.

Podcast 52 — City seal the title in style

Flying Beer and Deafening Noise : The Revierderby

With the Bundesliga title race going down to the wire, Dortmund faced Schalke having not beaten their rivals at home since 2015. Ryan Hunn was at the Westfalenstadion for the first time and reports back from an exhausting Revierderby.

Flying Beer and Deafening Noise : The Revierderby

Bundesliga Weekly: Collective wisdom sees Dortmund through title test in Leipzig 

Borussia Dortmund faced the difficult task of a trip to Leipzig to open 2019. Michael Da Silva was at the Red Bull Arena as an Axel Witsel goal confirmed Dortmund’s ability to go the distance.

Bundesliga Weekly: Collective wisdom sees Dortmund through title test in Leipzig 

RB Leipzig: Loving The Team Everybody Hates

For many, RB Leipzig is synonymous with modern football. For the loyal and dedicated supporters of the club, however, the name doesn’t stand for a corporation, it stands for their city. In partnership with KICK, we take a look at these fans and get their thoughts on their club being owned by Red Bull, and whether or not they deserve the tag of the most hated club in Germany.

RB Leipzig: Loving The Team Everybody Hates