Without any Borussia Dortmund football to discuss during the international break, the Yellowwallpod panel used the time to answer listener questions in a Q&A Episode. Will Mario Götze come? Does it make sense? Which players will remain in Dortmund, who will leave, who will join? Will BVB be favourites for the next Bundesliga title? You’ll find answers to those and more question on Episode 132.
The Yellowwallpod panel reacts to Borussia Dortmund’s Europa League draw against Liverpool FC, discusses whether there is anything to take away from the games against surrendering Tottenham, and debates if the current football is the best ever in the history of BVB in the Bundesliga segment. Furthermore Hugo Sundman from Sweden joins in the ‘BVB Fans from around the world’ segment, and the winner of the Thomas Tuchel collector’s cup is determined in somewhat questionable methods.
The Yellow Wall Pod is back after an exciting week of football with a jam-packed episode. The panel reviews BVB’s 0-0 draw against Bayern Munich and the stellar performance against Tottenham Hotspurs in the Europa League, previews Sunday’s match against Mainz 05, while Jason Rose from Kansas City joins for the “Borussia Dortmund fans from around the World” segment.
With a win against Bayern on Saturday, Borussia Dortmund can throw the title race wide open – or can they? And how will Saturday’s clash effect BVB’s enticing Europa League encounter against Tottenham on Thursday? That and more is discussed on the latest episode of the Yellow Wall Pod.
In Episode 128 of the Yellowwallpod the panel talks about Borussia Dortmund’s successful first leg against FC Porto and previews the return leg. Before turning the attention to the Bundesliga and the crazy scenes that occurred in Leverkusen, we introduce a new segment on the show. In ‘Dortmund fans from around the World’ we interview Jon Eden (@Fussball_eh) from Canada on what’s it like to be a BVB fan abroad.
Borussia Dortmund just eked out a result against Hannover. Is their current form good enough to tackle the tough games against Porto in the Europa League and Bayer Leverkusen? Thomas Tuchel think so, but there is a hint of septicemic on this episode of the Yellowwallpod.
The Yellowwallpod panel predicts a clear Borussia Dortmund win for Saturday against last placed Hannover 96. But before predicting doom and gloom for Thomas Schaaf’s side, they review BVB’s drab 0-0 in Berlin and the 3-1 cup win in Stuttgart.
Our very own Matthias Suuck paid a visit on The Yellowcarded Pod to talk about Borussia Dortmund’s season and the recent match against VfB Stuttgart. If you can’t wait until our next Episode, you can already find some Yellowwallpod BVB talk over here.
In episode 125 of the Yellowwallpod the panel discusses Borussia Dortmund’s somewhat controversial 2-0 win over FC Ingolstadt and preview BVB’s upcoming fixtures against Hertha BSC in the Bundesliga and VfB Stuttgart in the DFB Pokal. The Unity’s Jan-Henrik Gruszecki joins for an interview to talk about the ‘Kein Zwanni – football has to be affordable‘- campaign and the planned protests of BVB fans against too high ticket prices called up by Stuttgart for the cup match.
2016 couldn’t have started better for Borussia Dortmund. A 3-1 win over Borussia Mönchengladbach sees the Black and Yellows 12 points ahead of the foals. The Yellow Wall panel is back with another fresh episode to reminisce of the great first victory, preview the upcoming home match against FC Ingolstadt and round it off with some good ol’ transfer talk.
Borussia Dortmund play away to Borussia Mönchengladbach and for that special occasion we have a special guest: Manuel Breuer (@binger05 on Twitter) from the Vollraute abroad Podcast joins us for a short assessment of the Foals’ winter break. Since the transfer window is still open the panel decided to answer listener questions and tackle transfer rumors in the final part of this episode. You can also find our show on iTunes a little while after the upload.
The Yellowwallpod returns in 2016 with a Q&A Episode. The crew tackles listener questions revolving around transfers, personnel, tactics and others.
Aside from analyzing the DFB Pokal victory over FC Augsburg and the Bundesliga loss to 1. FC Köln, the crew looks back at the first half of the season. This episode is full of awards, transfer talk and a prize drawing.
Borussia Dortmund beat Eintracht Frankfurt 4-1 to extend their lead on fourth place, but FC Augsburg and and Köln await…
Borussia Dortmund just got away with three points in Wolfsburg by a last-gasp stoppage time winner. Though no reason to be euphoric think Constantin Eckner and Luca Gierl, who take the wind out of Stefan Buczko’s sails right at very beginning of the show. If you like to listen to a Wolfsburg review and Frankfurt preview garnished with dry German humor, you’ve found it.
Borussia Dortmund have bounced back from their two-match slump against Stuttgart, but will it be enough to beat VfL Wolfsburg? Stefan Buczko from ESPN FC, Constantin Eckner from Spielverlagerung and Lewis Ambrose from the Daily Cannon go ahead and try to answer that on the best (and only) English language BVB Podcast in the world…
Borussia Dortmund returned with painful 3-1 in Hamburg from the international break. Stefan Buczko from ESPNFC, Constantin Eckner from Spielverlagerung and Yellowwallpod debutante Lars Pollmann from Bleacherreport analyse the dreadful loss and preview the upcoming matches against Krasnodar and VfB Stuttgart.
The headline speaks for itself. This episode of the Yellowwallpod is dedicated to Borussia Dortmund’s 3-1 Derby win over FC Schalke, but also includes a preview ahead of BVB’s match away to HSV.
The Yellowwallpod is back with the Revierderby preview! On top of that we are giving away the Mats Hummels collector’s cup! Predict the final score of the Revierderby and with a little luck it will be yours!
Borussia Dortmund beat FC Augsburg in resounding fashion. Stefan Buczko and Luca Gierl discuss BVB’s reinvigorated form and preview the cup match against SC Paderborn and the next league game away to Bremen.