The Bundesliga is back, baby! And so is Luca Gierl, who joins the show to talk about the most recent transfers, BVB’s DFB Pokal win vs. KFC Uerdingen, the Augsburg game and who will win the Championship.
In Episode 285 we talk about BVB’s 2-0 Supercup win over Bayern Munich, VAR screw-ups, inappropriate live commentary and DFB Pokal opponents KFC Uerdingen.
Bundesliga.com’s Alex Chaffer joins to preview the Supercup and explain the official Bundesliga Fantasy League.
BVB just finished their US-Tour. We compare our early pre-season observations, talk about Diallo, Morey, Götze’s stalling contract extension and answer listener questions.
Before we begin with in-depth coverage of the upcoming season, it is time for our traditional season award show! Enjoy.
Mats Hummels returns to the Westfalenstadion after a three-year stint at the Evil Empire. We discuss BVB’s latest record signing.
We briefly go over Dortmund’s final game of the 2018/19 season and discuss the latest signings Nico Schulz, Thorgan Hazard and Julian Brandt.
Borussia Dortmund kept the glimmering hope of a Meisterschaft alive. So, final match day, here we come! (Go Frankfurt!)
Dortmund embarrassed themselves against Schalke. Can they overcome Bremen?
It’s all or nothing in the Revierderby. Dortmund can step on Schalke to elevate them to the top championship.
Borussia Dortmund got it done against Mainz – but only just.
Dortmund’s embarrassing loss at the Allianz Arena provokes a discussion about Lucien Favre. Also: Bring on Mainz!
One of the biggest games in years awaits for BVB and we want you to get in the mood for a potential classic. Justin Kraft of Miasanrot joins us for an interview and we have a Q&A!
Ahead of the big clash between Bayern and Dortmund, we take look at the tactical aspects of the game. Biggest question: Who should start at left-back?
Borussia Dortmund’s 2-0 win over VfL Wolfsburg was special in many ways. Bundesliga expert Archie Rhind-Tutt joins us to talk about the game.
Borussia Dortmund are back to winning ways but slipped to second place in the table. Are they back for good or will their dreams die in Berlin?
Borussia Dortmund suffered a bitter loss away to Augsburg and could not come back against Tottenham. Even with just one win in eight games, there are reasons to believe in a turnaround.
The Black and Yellows got a massive win against ‘Kusen. Schalke are in trouble, Bayern are delusional. Is it gonna be six on Friday?
Borussia Dortmund have done messed up again, dropping two counted chickens in Nürnberg. Can Leverkusen out-choke the league leaders or is Peter Bosz getting his poetic justice?
A horrible week ends for Dortmund with an all but certain Champions League exit. What went wrong and can they recover from a patch of bad results?