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BAYERN WANT TO WIN

The Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has said that the club should prove that they are one of the top teams in the world by winning all the major titles this season. The German club managed to finish as the runners up in all the three major competitions they participated last season, with Fernando Torres killing them off in the Champions League Final.

RUMENIGGE DEFENDS PLAYERS

The Bayern Munich chief Executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has come out in the defence of the players after they were criticised by the Bayern Munich legend Franz Beckenbauer after having finished runners-up in all the three major competitions in the last season.

JUPP WILL CONTINUE

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has confirmed that Jupp Heynckes' position as the manager of the club will not change despite finishing as the runners up in three different competitions.

Bayern Munich finished in the second position in the domestic league to Dortmund, while they also suffered a 5-2 loss at the hands of their league rivals in the DFB Cup. The Champions League final against Chelsea offered them the only chance to win the title that would save their season.

ROBBEN SIGNS CONTRACT

Bayern Munich midfielder Arjen Robben has ended the speculation surrounding his future by signing a new contract extension with the German giants. Arjen Robben's future has been under constant radar in the last few months due to the fact that it had only one year left.

DIFFICULT MATCH

Bayern Munich could have a very tough match on their hands at the Santiago Bernabeu according to the Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who has spoken of this crucial match between the two clubs.

Matches between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have been one of the most frequent in the Champions League history.

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NOTHING TO LOSE

Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber has said that the players of Bayern Munich do not have nothing to lose in the second leg encounter with Real Madrid.

Bayern Munich came away from the first leg after having defeated Real Madrid 2-1 after a late goal from Mario Gomez.

This significant advantage now means that Bayern Munich can play for a draw at the Santiago Bernabeu when the second leg match between the two clubs takes place next week. Ribery opened the scoring for Bayern Munich after a difficult first few minutes for the home team.

BAYERN SET TO PROFIT

German football superpower Bayern Munich might not hold the rights of Germany international striker Lukas Podolski anymore, but the Bavarian side is the one that is in line to make a significant profit if the former Bayern man is sold to English Premier League club at the end of the season by his current club Koln.

BOATENG HAPPY WITH BAYERN MOVE

Jerome Boateng insists that his move to Bayern Munich has been the best decision he has made in his career. He only moved to Bayern last summer, but has already proven himself as a class act, and a star performer for the club.

Boateng recently announced that one of his best decisions for his professional career was joining Munich, before going on to say that he feels at home in Munich, and that the local mentality is just perfect for him.

BAYERN SET FOR BRIGHT FUTURE

Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness has said that Bayern Munich are set for much bigger things in the future. Bayern Munich recently made it into the Champions League final against Inter Milan, but could not repeat the success in 2001.

As a result, Bayern Munich still wait for their first major trophy in Europe since the start of the decade. However, they have been absolutely unstoppable in the Bundesliga this season. The signing of Arjen Robben from Real Madrid and Mario Gomez from Stuttgart seems to have injected the necessary pace to the side.

Robben in dive apology

Arjen Robben has issued an apology for a “stupid” dive which took place during Bayern Munich’s victory over Bochum on Tuesday night.

The Dutch midfielder was booked for the incident which took place in the 41st minute of the match when he seemed to skip away from a challenge before throwing himself to the floor in stages.

Robben has now admitted that the decision was not the wisest, calling it “stupid”, but did not seem entirely repentant about what he had done.

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