Bayern Munich had a nightmare end to their Champions League campaign last season. That was followed-up by major disappointment at Euro 2012 for the German national side.

In A Conversation With Cristian Nyari from Bundesliga Fanatic, we get stuck into some delicious dialogue about all things German football. Will Bayern bounce back? Or will we see more dominance from Dortmund? We cover the big two, Schalke, Huntelaar and life without Raul. Plus we take a peek at the younger players bursting through the German football scene, including Mario Gotze and Marco Reus and the impact they will have this coming season. Cristian also shares his thoughts on Joachim Low and his tactical approach in the Euro 2012 semi-final against Italy.

You can follow Cristian Nyari @Cnaryi and check out his work at www.bundesligafanatic.com. Football, soccer, call it what you want. It’s just like being down the pub with your mates. www.britishsoccerdiva.com

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One Response to “A Conversation With…Cristian Nyari”

  1. Ibracadabra on August 9th, 2012 1:01 pm

    Between Cristian and a few other Bundesliga pundits, I might just start getting into this league a little bit more. I’m leaning more towards Dortmund than Bayern this season.
    Where do you find time to know about all this stuff SOCCERDIVA?!! 😉

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