This week we kick off the arrival of the new season with some good old-fashioned analysis. Davis Van OpDorp, Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski sit down and talk through the highs and lows of this coming season.
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Well, Germany may not have won Euro 2016 but there's still plenty to discuss. What went wrong? Is Joachim Löw still the right man for the job? And how will the team look in two years time? This week Stefan Bienkowski and Ross Dunbar are joined by Graham Ruthven to answer all this and more.
This week Stefan Bienkowski sits down with Bayer Leverkusen Director of Marketing and Communications, Jochen Rotthaus, to discuss the marketing behind the Bundesliga club, how they hope to break in to America and his cousin Jens Lehmann...
This week Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski sit down with St Pauli's sales and marketing manager, Martin Drust, to discuss the manner in which Europe's most anti-establishment club sells itself abroad and to new fans.
Whether it be Barcelona, Atleti or the newly crowned European champions, Real Madrid, there's no denying that Spanish football is doing something right.
To decipher why that may be the case and what German football can learn from it Stefan Bienkowski, Ross Dunbar and special guest Miguel Delaney take a look.
This week Jonathan Harding speaks to women of different generations across different platforms about their careers, the role of women in sports journalism and whether enough is being done in Europe's leading nation. Featuring interviews with Carmen Thomas, Jenni Wulfhekel and Esther Sedlaczek.
This week Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski run through the Bundesliga season with a fine-tooth comb and decipher just which players are worthy of merit. Who was the Bundesliga's best defender? The league's top goalscorer? German football's maverick in midfield? All answered in today's show.
Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund may be the two biggest clubs in German football but is there a third Bundesliga in the waiting? This week the team are joined by author Uli Hesse to talk about Schalke's role in German football and why they aren't challenging for league titles.
First it was Mario Götze, then it was Robert Lewandowski and now it's Mats Hummels. No club in European football has spent more money on Dortmund players than Bayern Munich in the past 10 years and on today's show Stefan Bienkowski, Jonathan Harding, Alex Chaffer and special guest Sandra Goldschmidt dig in to the recent phenomenon which has come to define the German top division for the past decade.
Pep Guardiola's time at Bayern Munich is almost up but before he heads off to Manchester the Tribune Podcast take a look at whether or not he needs a Champions League medal in his back pocket to ensure he leaves Germany a success.
On today's show Stefan Bienkowski, Jon Harding and Ross Dunbar break down what the Bayern coach has and hasn't done right during his time in Munich and welcome guest Raphael Honigstein on to the pod to discuss the inner details of Pep's relationship with the club.