Much has been made of newly-promoted Union Berlin this season, but what about the other side of the German capital? Matt travels to Berlin to discuss all things Hertha BSC.
On the way to Dortmund, Matt and Jon discuss the latest at the top of the Bundesliga before talking to a committed BVB fan. After the game, Matt and Jon are joined by Michael Da Silva to talk about the thrilling draw in Dortmund.
One matchday will decide everything! Matt Marshall joins Matt Ford and Davis VanOpdorp to discuss every aspect of the title race, including the ramifications the Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund’s final games will have on the race for Europe.
Matt, Felix and Davis discuss a tumultuous Revierderby, including what it means for Borussia Dortmund (2:30) and Schalke (15:30). Then they discuss Nuremberg's surprising draw with Bayern Munich (30:15) and the title race the rest of the way (39:00). Finally, they touch on relegation and the craziness at the top of Germany's second division (46:30).
With only a handful of games left in the season, Jonathan and Davis breakdown the post-Klassiker results in the title race (1:00) before looking at relegation (23:40) and the competition for Champions League (32:15) and Europa League spots (36:55).
Matt meets Mainz fans and talk about Germany's southern carnival club (0:30). Then he joins Davis to discuss Bayern's demolition of Dortmund (19:15), the sacking of Horst Heldt (36:30) and Manuel Baum (48:00) and the resignation of Reinhard Grindel (54:45).
With Domenico Tedesco now out the door, Jonathan and Davis discuss the likelihood they fall into the drop zone (1:00) before touching on the dramatic Hertha-Dortmund game (15:20) and Bayern's second straight 6-0 result (21:50). Also, since it's the international break, they pick the best lineup Germany can field at the moment.
Felix, Matt and Davis discuss Bayern Munich once again leading the Bundesliga (1:00) and Joachim Löw's decision to no longer select Jerome Boateng, Mats Hummels and Thomas Müller. Then they touch on Domenico Tedesco's fate at Schalke (27:20) before appreciating the two Bundesliga teams unbeaten in 2019: Eintracht Frankfurt (39:40) and Werder Bremen (51:15).
Matt, Jonathan and Davis discuss Borussia Dortmund's form slide (1:00), Bayern Munich hitting their stride (16:00) and how the title race is shaping up (29:00). Plus, the guys break down Schalke's crumbling foundation after another embarrassing home loss (33:20).
In this special podcast, Matt, Jonathan and Davis travel to Freiburg to witness their spectacular victory over Augsburg. The speak with Freiburg fans about the club, Christian Streich, Freiburg's new stadium and the relationship between the club and its fans. A special thanks to Lenny, Finn, Thomas, Tobias, Ronald, Stef, Robin and Helge for their tremendous insight.
Matt travels to Frankfurt where he speaks with Eintracht fans about the Bundesliga and their chances in the Europa League (2:40). Then Matt, Jonathan and Davis discuss Frankfurt's two-front battle (16:30), Bayern Munich's Champions League match against Liverpool (30:00) and ways Schalke could get the best of Manchester City (50:00).
Matt, Jonathan and Davis discuss Borussia Dortmund's collapse vs. Hoffenheim (1:00) and their match against Tottenham (13:00) as well as Bayern's win over Schalke (19:40). Felix attends Werder Bremen's 120th birthday speaks to members of the TWERDER fan club (39:00).
Matt goes to Dortmund and talks with a Jewish BVB fan (1:00). Then Matt, Felix, Jonathan and Davis discuss Andre Breitenreiter's sacking (20:45), the political role of Bundesliga fans (46:10) and the most watchable Bundesliga teams (59:00).
In our first episode of 2019, Matt, Jonathan and Davis discuss Dortmund's win in Leipzig (1:00) and Bayern's win over Hoffenheim (21:00). Plus, Matt speaks with Leverkusen fans about new coach Peter Bosz (50:00).
Matt, Felix and Davis discuss Borussia Dortmund's first loss (1:00), Bayern's win over Leipzig (13:00), and Schalke sitting in 15th place (30:00).
Matt speaks with Schalke fans (1:00) and Fox Sports sideline reporter Archie Rhind-Tutt (10:00) about the Ruhrderby. He and Davis then discuss Hertha's win over Frankfurt (28:30) and Bayern Munich's first home Bundesliga win since September (42:00).
Felix talks to a Bremen fan about the fan protests against unfriendly kickoff times (1:00). He and Davis then discuss Bayern Munich's AGM (12:30), Arjen Robben's departure (18:30), Leipzig's win over Gladbach (21:30) and next week's Ruhrderby (33:00). Plus: Matt Ford speaks with a Düsseldorf fan before their loss to Mainz (44:00).
Matt Ford is live from the fan.tastic females exhibition tour in Dortmund and speaks with one of the organizers, Anna Horstmann (1:00). Then David Vorholt makes his podcast debut as the guys discuss Niko Kovac (12:00) and Schalke's fan relationship with Nuremberg (28:00).
Matt, Jon and Davis discuss Germany's final two games of the year (1:00) and what the year 2018 represents for them (16:00). The guys then break down Hertha Berlin (22:00), including their season so far (29:00), what their expectations should be (37:30) and the club's fan identity (42:00).
What a game! Felix and Davis discuss the very entertaining Dortmund-Bayern Match (1:00), including Dortmund's impressive comeback (8:00) and Bayern's relatively strong display (13:00). They also discuss the other teams ahead of Bayern – Mönchengladbach (25:00), Leipzig (36:00) and Frankfurt (45:00) – and whether they are for real or not.
Matt, Jonathan and Davis discuss the Football Leaks revelations (1:00) and a European Super League (17:00). Matt also talks with Frankfurt and Stuttgart fans (26:00) before the guys preview Borussia Dortmund against Bayern Munich (44:00).
Matt, Felix and Davis discuss Hertha's draw with Dortmund (1:00) and the fan incident during the game (10:00). They also dive into Leverkusen's big win in Bremen (30:00) before discussing the second round of the German Cup (40:00).
Matt and Davis break down Bayern Munich's bounce back win in Wolfsburg (1:00) after their bizarre attack on media coverage (14:30). They also discuss Gladbach's (31:30) and Bremen's (41:00) rise to the top four and the "Shout from Row Z" (53:30).
Matt, Felix and Davis harp on Germany's blues (1:00). They also turn the spotlight onto Fortuna Düsseldorf (12:30) and Nürnberg (45:30) and answer some listener question.
Davis rejoins Matt and Jon to discuss Bayern Munich's dry spell (1:00), Borussia Dortmund's spectacle against Augsburg (25:00) and Stuttgart's coaching change (42:00).
Matt hits the road in Hamburg for the big derby, and then returns to the studio to discuss one of the most exciting Matchdays in a long time with Felix and Jon.
Matt chats to fans in Dortmund before and after the Friday night game, before returning to the studio on Sunday to chat with Jon about the rest of the weekend's action and the approaching European games.
Matt, Jon and Davis discuss the Nations League (0:45) and Germany's "restart" (3:00). We also unveil the spotlight segment and break down Werder Bremen (11:00) and answer listener questions (38:30).
Matt speaks with Wolfsburg fans in Leverkusen (1:00). He, Jonathan and Davis then discuss Wolfsburg and Leverkusen (9:00), Schalke's struggles (21:30), and German teams in the Champions League (30:00).
Jonathan, Matt, Felix and Davis discuss all aspects of Bayern Munich's win over Hoffenheim, including the VAR decisions (1:00), Kingsley Coman's injury (16:00). They also discuss Sebastian Rudy's move to Schalke (24:30) and Borussia Dortmund's win over RB Leipzig (30:00). Plus, Matt speaks with Gladbach and Leverkusen plans about expectations this season (49:00).
Jonathan, Matt and Davis discuss Bayern Munich (0:40), Borussia Dortmund (16:00) and Schalke (31:30) ahead of the upcoming Bundesliga season. We also look at the race for the top four (44:00) and teams that could potentially struggle (56:40) before making some season predictions (1:05:00). Plus, Matt shares his stories from the first round of the German Cup (1:14:00).
Jonathan and Matt join Davis to discuss Joachim Löw's decision to remain Germany's head coach. They also share anecdotes about their travels in Russia and discuss England advancing to the World Cup quarterfinals.
Ali Farhat (@derpariser) joins Davis to discuss Germany's World Cup exit, Joachim Löw's future and the World Cup favorites without the defending champs.
Davis and Matt break down Germany's 2-1 comeback win against Sweden.
DW journalist Hecko Flores comes on the show to help break down Mexico's upset over Germany (1:00). Then, Davis and Matt discuss their favorite narratives on the first Weekend of the World Cup (25:00).
Felix, Matt and Davis discuss whether or not the Germany team is better than it was four years ago (1:00), the controversy surrounding Ilkay Gündogan and Mesut Özil (15:30) and the questions surrounding the defending champions (29:00). Plus, we share which teams we are excited to watch in Russia (47:00).
Matt travels to Kiel for the relegation playoff and talks to a Holstein Kiel about his club’s ascension (1:00). Matt then joins Davis and Jon to discuss the relegation playoff (11:30), Frankfurt’s German Cup victory (24:30) and Lucien Favre joining Borussia Dortmund (45:00).
Felix witnesses Hamburg’s relegation from the Volksparkstadion (1:00) and Davis and Matt discuss the coverage of the HSV pyrotechnics (9:30). Then the guys discuss Borussia Dortmund after Peter Stöger (20:00) and the relegation playoff (36:00). NOTE: The Tribune Podcast will have a Bundesliga wrap up show in the near future! So share your end-of-season thoughts and rants on our Tribune Podcast Facebook page or @TribunePodcast on Twitter.
Matt sits in the away end in Frankfurt and talks with Hamburg fans (1:00). Then, Matt joins Davis to briefly discuss relegation (14:00) before they turn their attention to the top four (18:30). Plus, the guys discuss Bayern Munich after losing to Real Madrid in the Champions League (33:30).
Matt and Davis discuss Hoffenheim’s return to the top four (2:00), Hamburg’s big survival boost after beating Wolfsburg (31:00) and the tumultuous state of RB Leipzig (31:00).
Matt and Davis reflect on Dortmund’s dominant performance over Leverkusen (2:00), Cologne all but securing their relegation (13:30) and the rest of the relegation race (28:00).
Matt travels to Leverkusen and Gelsenkirchen to chat to fans about the 2018 German Cup semifinals, before discussing the action with Jon. This is a Tribune special that includes chats with Leverkusen, Frankfurt, Schalke and Bayern fans, atmosphere from those special semifinal nights and live insight from the Tribune team. Enjoy!
Matt and Davis discuss the Ruhr derby (2:00), Niko Kovac’s move to Bayern Munich (17:00) and preview the German Cup semifinals (32:00).
Davis and Matt discuss Bayern Munich clinching the Bundesliga (2:00) and whether anyone can catch them (12:00). Then, they marvel at Hamburg’s first win since November (16:00) and what it means for Schalke ahead of the Ruhr derby (19:00). Plus, Matt talks with Cologne and Mainz fans (26:00).
Jonathan, Matt and Davis discuss the result in the Klassiker (2:00), Cologne’s survival chances after their loss to Hoffenheim (16:30) and Werder Bremen’s stellar run of form (30:00).
After the international break, Jonathan, Matt and Davis make their predictions for who will be in Germany's squad – Goalkeepers (1:30), Defenders (12:00), Midfielders (20:30) and Forwards (34:00) – and their starting lineup (39:00) for the World Cup. They also discuss the coaching situation at Bayern Munich (50:20).
Matt and Davis discuss Leipzig finally defeating Bayern (2:00) and Tayfun Korkut's run at Stuttgart (12:00). The guys then react to Thomas Tuchel's testimony regarding the Dortmund bus attack (23:00) and make relegation predictions (31:00).
After a brief hiatus, Davis and Felix discuss how Hamburg are falling apart (1:00), Dortmund's win over Frankfurt (12:00) and who could be candidates to make Germany's squad for March's international break (22:30).
Matt went to Dortmund where several fans boycotted the Monday night fixture against Augsburg (2:00). He shares his experiences and discusses whether the protest will cause change (22:00). Davis and Matt then discuss lowly Hamburg (26:00) and try to predict the results of their last 10 games (30:30) before discussing Leipzig's struggles (44:00).
In a special post-midnight edition, Davis and Jon reflect on Bayern Munich's big win over Besiktas (1:00) and discuss their Champions League expectations (10:30). The guys also react to Martin Schmidt decision to leave Wolfsburg (13:00) and look at Bruno Labbadia's prospects (17:30).
Matt talks to Gladbach fans about their recent decline (2:00). Davis and Matt discuss the reunion tour of Marco Reus, Mario Götze and André Schürrle (18:30), reopen the VAR debate (23:10), Freiburg's fantastic form (35:20) and Monday night Bundesliga games (51:00).
Jonathan, Matt and Davis discuss Schalke's courageous attempt to beat Bayern Munich (1:55), Bayern's outlook in the Champions League (12:15), Eintracht Frankfurt's impressive form (17:55) and delve deeply into the 50+1 debate (33:10).
Matt attends Peter Stöger's homecoming in Cologne and talks with BVB fans (1:54). Then, Jon, Matt and Davis discuss Michy Batshuayi's debut (16:06) along with other noteworthy headlines from the January transfer window (21:04) and Julian Nagelsmann's situation at Hoffenheim (37:20).
Jonathan, Matt and Davis address Stuttgart's coaching change, discuss the first Shout from Row Z topic and lament on the final chapter of the Aubameyang saga. Plus, Jonathan catches up with Mainz fans in Leverkusen.
Jonathan, Matt and Davis analyze Hamburg's coaching change and Leon Goretzka's situation at Bayern. Plus, they give their favorite overachievers of the Bundesliga season.
In the first episode of 2018, Matt, Jonathan and Davis discuss Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's internal suspension and Naby Keita's situation at RB Leipzig. Plus, Matt goes to Leverkusen and catches up with some Bayern Munich fans.
Matt and Jon review the first six months and look ahead to the next six, giving each of 18 Bundesliga teams a two-minute review.
Davis and Jonathan react to the set of midweek Bundesliga fixtures, including Dortmund's first win since September, Leipzig's continued struggles and Leverkusen's unbeaten run.
Coaching Carousel! Davis and Matt discuss the wild whirlwind surrounding Borussia Dortmund and Cologne. Plus, they react to the Champions League and Europa League draws.
With Davis away on wedding duty, Matt and Jon discuss Peter Stöger's departure from Cologne, BVB's defense and how Hoffenheim battered RB Leipzig. Also, Matt delivers a special report from Gelsenkirchen where he spent the day with Cologne fans.
Jonathan and Matt were in Dortmund to take in the absolutely insane Ruhr derby between Borussia Dortmund and Sckalke. Also, Matt talks with Dortmund and Schalke fans about the state of their clubs.
Matt, Jon and Davis discuss Schalke's return to the top two, Leverkusen's improvement and whether anyone wants the Werder Bremen job.
Matt, Jon and Davis discuss Bayern-Dortmund, Schalke's return to the top four and whether or not Wolfsburg will draw every game they play under Martin Schmidt.
Jonathan, Matt and Davis discuss the double dose of Bayern-Leipzig, Dortmund's continued defensive struggles and the sacking of Alexander Nouri.
Jonathan and Davis discuss Borussia Dortmund's underwhelming result in Frankfurt, Cologne and Bremen drab form and whether German teams can compete in Europe anymore.
Jonathan, Matt and Davis discuss RB Leipzig's win in Dortmund, Bayern's direction under Jupp Heynckes and Hertha's decision to "take a knee" before their game against Schalke.
Davis and Matt discuss Carlo Ancelotti's sacking, delve into video assistant referees once more and discuss the potential death of the Nordderby between Hamburg and Bremen.
Jonathan and Davis delve into the title race after Bayern Munich dropped points at home and Borussia Dortmund won big. Plus, Matt Ford speaks with the leader of a Hannover 96 campaign group.
Matt and Davis discuss Dortmund's unprecedented start and Andriy Yarmolenko's impressive form. Plus, Matt shares his thoughts on Cologne, and the guys discuss Wolfsburg's new coach.
Four matches down! Time to talk VAR! Davis and Jonathan talk about video assistant referees, player safety and Hannover. Plus, Matt Ford talks to Cologne fans in Dortmund.
The Bundesliga is Back! Jonathan, Matt and Davis discuss Bayern's loss to Hoffenheim, Schalke's style of play under Domenico Tedesco, and RB Leipzig's Champions League debut.
John, Matt and Davis reflect on the year that was for the German national team after they all but secure World Cup qualification answer listener questions.
Davis and Jonathan discuss how Dortmund handled Ousmane Dembele's move to Barcelona and Hamburg's start. Plus, Matt Ford heads to Mercedes Benz Arena for Stuttgart's first home game.
A new season, a new podcast! Davis VanOpdorp and Jonathan Harding discuss Bayern Munich and Christian Pulisic. Matt Ford travels with Cologne fans to the Rhine Derby in Mönchengladbach.
The football is parked to one side on this week's Tribune Podcast given the circus at Borussia Dortmund. Jonathan Harding, Davis van Opdorp and Ross Dunbar break down what has happened as Thomas Tuchel's two-year stint at the club appears to be coming to a close. There's also chat about Hamburg and the relegation battle, as well as, the usual shouts from the Tribune. This week's music is 'Aso - Loungin'
Ross Dunbar, Davis van Opdorp and Jonathan Harding look back on Bayern Munich's 6-0 win over Wolfsburg, which clinched their fifth title in a row. The guys then chat about Darmstadt, Hamburg and Leverkusen, who are all in relegation trouble. We end with our usual shouts from the Tribune. This week's music is 'Elijah Who - Hello'
After a week off, Jonathan Harding, Ross Dunbar and Davis van Opdorp return with a summary of this weekend's action. We discuss Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, this week's Champions League games ... and ... erm ... a lot about a backup striker at Bayern Munich. Please subscribe, review and tell your friends! This week's music is 'Graphite' by Stir.
Jonathan Harding and Ross Dunbar talk through EVERY Bundesliga team's fortunes so far this season. Apologies for the lack of podcast content recently, but we are now back in business. Auf Gehts! This week's intro music is 'Leavv - One Day We Will'.
This week, Davis van Opdorp and Jonathan Harding chat about Borussia Dortmund's 2-1 defeat at Hertha Berlin on Saturday. Then there's talk about who is in trouble at the bottom, and of course, the usual 'Shout from the Tribune'. The intro song this week is 'Lildeath - Sleepy'.
This week's Tribune Weekly is focused on Bayer Leverkusen's decision to part company with Roger Schmidt. What went wrong? And what is the future? Then we dive into how Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are shaping up for the Champions League, as well as, the usual 'Shouts from the Tribune'. Jonathan Harding and Ross Dunbar are running the ship this week. Music comes from 'Nohidea - Sincerely, yours' and 'Feverkin' by Sinking ft. Nori.
This week, Davis van Opdorp, Stefan Bienkowski and Jonathan Harding look back on a fun weekend of Bundesliga action. Bayern Munich's 8-0 (EIGHT!) win over Hamburg goes under the microscope, while the guys talk over the situation at Wolfsburg.* * After recording, VfL appointed Andries Jonker as their head coach. This week's music is 'Spike Spiegel' by Saib.
After the dust has settled on Leverkusen's first leg defeat to Atletico in the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League, Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski meet in the rather picturesque surroundings of Germany's former capital to discuss the night's action. This week's song is 'Bus Ride' by Kaytranada.
On today's show Davis Van Opdorp, Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski dissect what's going on at Bayern Munich. Is Robert Lewandowski too good for the German champions? And whether or not Bayer Leverkusen can get one over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. This week's music was "Cruisin" by Geerad: https://soundcloud.com/geerad/cruisin
Jonathan Harding, Ross Dunbar and Davis van Opdorp come together to discuss the fall-out (and the 90 minutes!) from Borussia Dortmund's win over RB Leipzig on Saturday. After that, there's chat about Bayern Munich, who drew 1-1 at home to Schalke, before rounding off with Bayer Leverkusen and the usual 'Shout from the Tribune'. This week's song 'Cranes in the Sky' is courtesy of Solange.
On this week's show Davis VanOpdorp, Stefan Bienkowski and Jonathan Harding talk Leipzig vs Hoffnheim, why Bayern Munich are so boring and run through EVERY Bundesliga team to see who they should have signed in the January transfer window. This week's music was "Ghosttown" by Yellowlunarhuman: https://soundcloud.com/yellowlunarhuman/ghosttown
After the Bundesliga returned from the winter break, Davis van Opdorp, Ross Dunbar and Jonathan Harding sat down to discuss the fortunes of Bayer Leverkusen, who beat Hertha Berlin, and an inconsistent Borussia Dortmund. This week's song is "No Love" by Keke Palmer.
Davis van Opdorp, Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski sit down to discuss and share their predictions for the second half of the Bundesliga season.
With the second half of the Bundesliga rapidly approaching, Davis Van Opdorp, Stefan Bienkowski, Sophie Serbini and Ali Farhat run through all the biggest transfer stories in German football over the winter break. Be sure to follow us on Twitter: And Facebook: This week's theme was "Wayback" by Floppy Circus: https://soundcloud.com/floppycircus/wayback-ft-jeff-kaale
Tribune kicked off 2017 with a sit down with one of the very best commentators in the game today: Derek Rae. The Scot has catalogued the beautiful game at every level for the likes of BT Sport, ESPN and the BBC and many, many more. This week's music was "coltrane" by NIC: https://soundcloud.com/nicperrault/coltrane
On this week's show Ross Dunbar and Davis Van Opdorp round up Bayern Munich vs RB Leipzig, talk over Gladbach's new coach and whether or not Schalke and Dortmund are actually in a crisis or not. This week's music was Zikomo's remix of Childish Gambino's "Terrified": https://soundcloud.com/zikomo/childish-gambino-terrified-zikomo-remix
This week Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski run through the current troubles at Wolfsburg, their demise and just who will be the next "Bayern Hunters". Borussia Dortmund? RB Leipzig? Schalke? Listen to find out! This week's song was "nujabes christmas party" by engelwood: https://soundcloud.com/engelwoodmusic/nujabes-christmas-party
This week Davis Van Opdorp and Jonathan Harding take a look at that Timo Werner, ahem, tumble against Schalke, Borussia Dortmund bursting in to life and why so many big clubs in the Bundesliga are struggling this season. As well as listener questions! This week's song was "Imagination" by Danijel Zambo.
On this week's show Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski talk about the three most troubled clubs in the Bundesliga this season: Hamburg, Werder Bremen and Wolfsburg. What's going on at each club? Can they turn things around? Or are they destined for disaster? We take a look. This week's song was "In My Ears" by Andrew Applepie: https://soundcloud.com/andrewapplepie/in-my-ears
On this week's show Stefan Bienkowski, Kit Holden, Archie Rhind-Tutt and Ross Dunbar chew over a fascinating "Der Klassiker" and RB Leipzig's march to the top of the Bundesliga table.
On this week's podcast Davis VanOpdorp, Ross Dunbar and Jonathan Harding breeze past the international break and focus entirely on Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich, as well as other things to look out for in this weekend's Bundesliga. This week's song was "Remember" by Audioboot: https://soundcloud.com/nightowlcollective/audiobot-remember
On this week's show Davis Van Opdorp, Jonathan Harding and Stefan Bienkowski consider RB Leipzig's title challenge, Bayern Munich's turn in form, the cult of Julian Nagelsmann and answer some listener questions. This week's music was "Universal" by Engelwood: https://soundcloud.com/engelwoodmusic/universal-ft-jeff-kaale-pastel-beach-out-tomorrow
On this week's show Jonathan Harding and Stefan Bienkowski are joined by French football journalist Ali Farhat to discuss the rise of Anthony Modeste, the minor fall of Thomas Müller and just how bad things need to get at Hamburg before they can turn it around. Oh and maybe some Dortmund vs Schalke too... This week's music was "Overexpressed" by Birocratic: https://soundcloud.com/allgoodrecs/birocratic-overexpressed-2
This week Jonathan Harding, Stefan Bienkowski and Davis Van Opdorp tackle the narratives surrounding Borussia Dortmund, Bayer Leverkusen and why so many mid-table clubs are excelling in the Bundelsliga this season. This week's music was "Mi Swing Es Tropical" by Quantic & Nickodemus: https://soundcloud.com/nickodemusnyc/mi-swing-es-tropical
This week Ross Dunbar and Stefan Bienkowski take you on their travels, as they discuss boring Bayern, disastrous Dortmund and the wonders behind Hertha Berlin, FC Köln and RB Leipzig. This week's music is a cover of the Arctic Monkey's "Despair in the Departure Lounge" by fr0zenmoon: https://soundcloud.com/fr0zenmoon/despair-in-the-departure-lounge
It's the international break. Which means instead of rattling on about Germany beating teams we don't care about, we thought we'd take a moment to answer some listener questions. As expected, things got a little feisty as Stefan Bienkowski, Davis Van Opdorp and Ross Dunbar got to the bottom of German football's biggest issues. This week's music was "Parrafin (Tender remix)" by Meadowlark: https://soundcloud.com/meadowlarkofficial/paraffin-tender-remix
On this weeks' episode Jonathan Harding, Ross Dunbar, Stefan Bienkowski and Davis Van Opdorp run through Borussia Dortmund's shortcomings and debate whether Carlo Ancelotti is stumbling in Pep Guardiola's shaddow. This music was "0.001%" by Kaytranada: https://soundcloud.com/kaytranada/0001a
This week Davis Van Opdorp and Stefan Bienkowski run through the latest chapter in Hamburg's tale of demise, an unimpressive Bayern Munich and why the Bundesliga's underdogs deserve their praise. This week's music was "Dawn" by Joe Hertz: https://soundcloud.com/joehertz/04-at-dawn
On this week's podcast Davis Van Opdorp, Stefan Bienkowski and Ross Dunbar cast a worrying glance over Leverkusen's start to the season, Werder Bremen's decision to rid themselves of their coach, unstoppable Leipzig and all the other key points from the weekend's action. This week's music was "Mai Tai" by XIXX: https://soundcloud.com/jeff-kaale/mai-tai
On this week's podcast Davis Van Opdorp, Ross Dunbar, Stefan Bienkowski and Jonathan Harding discuss Dortmund's stinker in Leipzig, Schalke's brave defeat to Bayern and how well equipped Gladbach are for the Champions League. This week's must was "001" by Old: https://soundcloud.com/outwiththe/001a
So this week we had the international break. Yes, we hated it too. But to get you through it we have a bite-size episode for you, as Davis VanOpdorp, Stefan Bienkowski and Ross Dunbar run through the Germany game, the Bundesliga transfer window and this Matchday 2. Music by XXIX: https://soundcloud.com/jeff-kaale/a2oqoq9wj6tf
We kick off the new Bundesliga season with a bang as Ross Dunbar, Davis Van OpDorp, Jonathan Harding and Stefan Bienkowski discuss faltering Schalke, functional Dortmund and the problems at Bayer Leverkusen. Oh and the genius that is Andre Schubert. This week's music is "One for Jun" by Itsmi: https://soundcloud.com/itsmimusic/one-for-jun
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. You can follow the show on Twitter at @Tribunepodcast. This episodes music was produced by https://soundcloud.com/mirajetouch
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. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TribunePodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tribunepod