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26Sep/11Off

FC Bayern Munich keeps on winning!

 

   FC Bayern Munich (FCB) is playing terrific soccer during this early part of the season. FCB has won nine matches in a row. The club's last loss was their Bundesliga season opener to Borussia Monchengladbach. Since the win streak started, FCB has not allowed a goal. Neuer has been outstanding in goal and has shown why he was the most wanted keeper in the summer transfer window.

    Jupp Heynckes has the club playing a very exciting style of soccer. FCB has been moving the ball extremely well and scoring a lot of goals. The new manager is just what the Bavarians needed to turn things around from last years down season. Heynckes has guided FCB to the top of  Bundesliga with 18 points and a tremendous goal differential of 20. The new system has seen Mario Gomez score 8 goals on the season and Franck Ribery have 3 goals and 4 assists.

    FCB will face a huge test this week as Manchester City come to the Allianz Arena for a Group stage game in the Champions League. Manchester City has played very well this season in the Barclays Premier League and are currently second in the table. Sergio Aguero has been a stellar addition for Manchester City and has forced Carlos Tevez to the bench. Aguero is currently second in the Golden Boot race in the Premier League with eight goals through six matches. Aguero will be a problem for FCB, along with his striking partner Edin Dzeko. Dzeko has six league goals and is third in the Gold Boot race.

     Although, I do not think that FCB will have any problems with Manchester City tomorrow at the Allianz Arena in Munich. This is Manchester City's first big Champions League game on the road. FCB is in great form and is playing in Munich. I think FCB wins the match by the score of 4-2, with goals by Robben and Schweinsteiger. The winning streak moves too ten!!! 

Red Beards

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