Devastating. It wasn't to be though and Munich must pick themselves up and get back on the saddle.
A tough loss for sure, especially holding a two goal lead. Need to bounce back quickly to put those memories behind you.
Very unlucky loss against Frankfurt, when you think you going for a good run the first game after always screws it up.
Safe from relegation it seems. If you can keep putting points on the board, you might even sneak a European spot!
Some heavy losses either side of your cup loss, overall you handled yourself well among some very challenging opponents!
It's been tough lately but a victory against Schalke followed by a point against Leipzig to find yourselves in eighth at this point in the season? Plenty to be pleased with.
Good wins against Augsburg and Schalke, and the draw against Leipzig is nothing to scoff at either! My attention had immediately been drawn to the Bayer result, but that was merely a blip it appears. Europe is still within arms reach, and 2 of the 3 games coming up look like winnable games. Good luck
Next month will be crucial as you're playing only teams around you and if you get the right results will be perfect!
Europe is on the cards if you play them right! And I knew Camavinga would be a huge coup for Bierofkas side.
At least you will have time to get the players training with some rest between games now. That could really help with your push to the European spots.
Burkhadt may have a future in the game but certainly not at 1860 in the long-term I don't think.
Hopefully somebody comes in with a daft bid for Burkhard and you can sell him for a nice fee
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