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Bayern Munich

Thiago Alcantara's return could be key for the rest of Bayern Munich's season

Thiago is finally on the verge of full fitness, and his creativity and vision will be a big boost for Bayern in midfield.

International breaks create a peculiar scene at the training grounds of the world's biggest clubs. As Diego Torres underlined in his book "The Special One: The Dark Side of Jose Mourinho," Mourinho used the exodus as reasoning that he would be able to balance the Real Madrid job and coaching Portugal through the Euro 2012 qualifiers. It was a view that his president, Florentino Perez, ultimately didn't agree with.

"If I go with Portugal, I'll be going with three Madrid players," Mourinho said....

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Bayern's Guardiola to coach Qatar in 2022; Liverpool want Walcott

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Janusz Michallik discuss Xavi Hernandez's reported spurning of MLS for Qatari club Al Saad.
Pep Guardiola looks set to take charge of the Qatar national team for the 2022 World Cup.

As the summer window draws ever closer, the transfer rumours and gossip continue to spread.

Top Story: Pep to coach Qatar in 2022 World Cup

Readers of Germany's Sport Bild recently received an eye-opener.

According to the Guardian, the German newspaper published a story indicating current Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola could be enticed by a lucrative deal to coach Qatar's national team in the 2022 World Cup, which the country will host.

Keep in mind Qatar, which will not have to quality for...

Porto given glimmer of hope as Arjen Robben's injury tests Bayern Munich

Pep Guardiola spoke after his Bayern Munich side suffered a shock 2-0 German Bundesliga defeat by Borussia Mönchengladbach.

When Tony Jantschke challenged Arjen Robben midway through the first half of Bayern Munich's match with Borussia Monchengladbach on Sunday, it didn't look anything out of the ordinary. Sure, it was late -- and the Gladbach defender was cautioned -- but hardly reckless, and Jantschke was not the first (nor will be the last) to be caught by the acceleration of Bayern's flying Dutchman.

Robben's double slap of the turf as he stayed down seemed excessive, but his landing had perhaps caused him discomfort....

 By Chris Wright

Manuel Neuer as a kid and the Bayern Munich star still hates losing

It would appear that a fundamental dislike of losing is a useful habit Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer has been cultivating from an early age.

Appearing on a recent German television show, the hosts attempted to embarrass Neuer with footage of him as a kid playing in an U5's tournament.

The Bayern stopper can be seen in his formative years, keeping goal for his youth side in the Mini Kicker tournament in 1991 and sadly conceding a goal to lose the match.

Unable to cope, little Neuer bursts into tears...

Philipp Lahm tells ESPN FC he's hungry for more success with Bayern

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola says they are delighted to win against Werder Bremen giving them a fourteen points lead in the Bundesliga.

During his first game back in the squad after a three-month mid-winter layoff with a fractured ankle, Philipp Lahm could be seen sharing a hearty laugh with Pep Guardiola on the touchline. The joke was on Thomas Muller, or perhaps more accurately, the joke was by Muller; the Germany forward had just scored the opener in the 4-0 win at Werder Bremen with a beautiful left-footed curler from outside the box. Muller doesn't do these type of goals. It felt like an Arjen Robben tribute strike; a bit of...

 By Uli Hesse

Giovanni Trapattoni's value to Bayern Munich was not all lost in translation

Giovanni Trapattoni showed a fiery temper during his time as Bayern Munich boss.

Many of you will have seen the footage. It's famous and hilarious even if you don't speak a word of German. It's enough to just watch the almost 59-year-old man in the red-and-white Bayern Munich sweater work himself into a temper tantrum.

Of course, if you do speak German it's priceless. Giovanni Trapattoni's news conference on the afternoon of March 10, 1998, lasted only three and a half minutes, but that was all he needed to become a staple on the country's late-night television shows and coin...