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Top 5 Wackiest/Zaniest Moments From Bayern Munich’s 2-1 Champions League Victory Over The-Other-German-Team Borussia Dortmund
Go Furher? Wow, Ford, going with the Lenny Bruce “offend everybody” advertising approach, eh? More weird stuff from today’s all-German final after the jump. (Hint: balls may or may not be kicked)
The Champions League Final Is Saturday. Meet Dortmund Manager Jürgen Klopp, Germany’s Answer To The Most Interesting Man In The World.
He is a human quote machine, and a rare wonderful man in a profession that produces some of the most awful people in the world: coaching. Details of his awesomeness, after the jump.
Beckham wasn’t the only person crying as Borussia Monchengladbach gave up a 3-1 lead to Bayern, thanks in part to this insane volley from the French international. Video of the last moments of David Beckham’s playing career after the jump.
Franck Ribery Furious At Teammate Over Celebratory Beer Dousing: ‘He Knows I’m Muslim. I’m Pissed Off’
Bayern Munich’s Franck Ribery is steaming mad after being doused with beer by teammate Jerome Boateng. That’s because Ribery is Muslim, and cannot touch alcohol. Touching underage prostitutes? That’s different, apparently.
Bayern Munich upset Barcelona, 4-0, in a Champions League semifinal first leg on Monday, but mostly what they’re all talking about today is Barcelona’s Jordi Alba throwing the ball into the face of Bayern’s Arjen Robben. Awesome move, or poor form?
Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger Doesn’t Understand Why A Journalist Is Looking At Him During His Own Press Conference
In anticipation of tomorrow’s Champions League match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich, Arensal manager Arsene Wenger held a press conference that got weird and hostile rather quickly.
Former Bayern Munich defender Breno will be spending the next three years and nine months in a German prison. More, after the jump.
Chelsea are your European champions, thanks to — who else? — Didier Drogba. After extra time refused to yield a winner, the Champions League final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich went to penalty kicks. Video, after the jump.
Didier Drogba’s Game-Tying Goal In Today’s Champions League Final Caused An Instant Announcer Orgasm
It didn’t look good for Chelsea, but in the 88th minute Didier Drogba put a wonderful header into the back of the net that tied today’s Champions League final with Bayern Munich, an event that caused an instant announcer combustion.