Neben vielen Superstars spielren auch viele Fehleinkäufe beim FC Bayern. ran. Goretzka der Nächste: Diese Bundesliga-Stars warb Bayern ab · Videospiele: Messi und Co. als Cover-Boys Die größten Transfer-Flops des FC Bayern. Misslungene Transfers Die größten Bayern-Flops. Landon Donovan – wurde im Januar ausgeliehen und blieb nur etwas mehr als zwei Monate. 1 / 8. Seine null Tore passen ins Bild. Nach einem Jahr kehrte Herzog zurück an die Weser. Der heutige US-Nationaltrainer erinnerte sich im Januar an den im Land der unbegrenzten Möglichkeiten agierenden Angreifer und holte ihn an die Isar. Wechselte im Januar endgültig nach Brasilien zurück, nachdem er bereits schon einmal dorthin verliehen wurde und kehrte nie wieder in die Bundesliga zurück. Mit überhartem Einsteigen und Fehlpässen spielte sich Kovac, der im Schatten seines älteren Bruders Robert blieb, nicht gerade in die Herzen der Fans — das änderten auch magere drei Tore nicht. Dort beendete der gebürtige Mönchengladbacher im Alter von nur 29 Jahren seine Karriere. Kickt heute bei Panathinaikos Athen in Griechenland. Doch Braafheid blieb den Nachweis seiner Klasse schuldig. Andere Ligen England Italien Spanien. Bundesliga im Netz http: Letzte Beiträge Newsforum Jetzt mitdiskutieren. Doch das Vertrauen des Trainers konnte er nie wirklich bestätigen. Dem Höhenflug folgte aber der schnelle Absturz. Nach einem Jahr kehrte Herzog zurück an die Weser.
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Nuremberg's goals came from Behrens' 28th minute penalty, Ishak and Palacios. Fortuna are now without a win in their last three games.
Twice behind, Wolfsburg fought back each time to ensure they pick up a valuable point. But Bruno Labbadia's side are now without a win in four games after they picked up maximum points in the first two.
Gladbach, meanwhile, have won two of their last three and sit fourth in the table. After a quiet first half, Poulsen discovered his shooting boots after the break to make it back-to-back wins for Ralf Rangnick's men in Sinsheim.
For Hoffenheim, however, it's a first loss since Matchday 2. Hertha pulled off a stunning win against the Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich, their first defeat under coach Robert Kovac.
The goals both came in the first half: The victory was a classic display of Dardai-ism, with Hertha happy to cede possession, defend deep and wait for the errors.
Jerome Boateng provided two before the break to open the door for But Lucien Favre's men nearly shut it on their own feet.
One goal down after 10 minutes and two down at the break, the defensive ghosts that haunted them last season returned.
Hosts Bayer Leverkusen were almost out of sight when Kevin Volland struck a post but once again Dortmund were saved by the bench.
Paco Alcacer scored twice while fellow substitute Jadon Sancho was again irrepressible in a cameo and the Black and Yellows completed a comeback win in front of a raucous traveling support.
After five consecutive defeats, a gritty, nervous win at home to. Alessandro Schöpf gave Domenico Tedesco's side an early lead in Gelsenkirchen but it all got a bit nervy towards the end.
They remain 11 points behind Dortmund and eight off the Champions League spots, but they are, at least, off the foot of the table.
Local bragging rights are a different matter. Stuttgart travel to Hannover next Saturday in an early relegation six-pointer.
His future employers beat his current crop thanks to a Yusuf Poulsen brace. Hoffenheim's Champions League hopes for take a blow, but their coach's prospects for the same competition improve.
After notching a hat-trick in the draw in that fixture last year, he did it again on Sunday as Augsburg hammered Christian Streich's men The treble also made him Augsburg's all-time leading scorer in the Bundesliga.
Borussia Dortmund's win in Leverkusen was the first time in Bundesliga that the Black and Yellows have come from two goals down at halftime to win.
In the 68th minute in the Mercedes-Benz-Arena, with Stuttgart leading Werder Bremen , Stuttgart full-back Borna Sosa took a throw-in and threw the ball back to his goalkeeper,.
But the year-old was adjusting his socks, reacted too late and the ball bobbled over his foot and into the net. Goals cannot be scored directly from a throw-in but the ball had brushed Zieler's foot as it went in, so it stood.
For me a flop is about the difference between the expected and actual performance on the pitch but also the players' price tag. At least for some people.
I can already feel the downvotes coming: Just wanted to make a point that Götze is getting very close to be a member of that rather elusive club.
Heck, even a few days ago, Spox added him to a list of bayern's biggest transfer flops. I personally understand completely everything you are saying exactly, but for the idiots that don't, do you want to explain?
I think Kirchoff and Kurt are 'Bayern Flops' not necessarily football flops if that makes sense. I thought Shaqiri was alright when he played and showed signs of growth and development.
And then seemed to think that he had made it and was at his peak and then tapered off. Wouldn't say he was a flop but if he had stayed a bit longer then there's every possibility that he would be on that list.
This is what makes him a disappointment for me, yeah he wasn't here long, but he was here longer than Donovan. I often wonder how the last three years would have gone if Bayern had a manager that was more conventional and wasn't constantly striving for perfection in every aspect or changing player's positions on the reg.
It's interesting to wonder how players would have developed under someone else's tutelage. I think for them to be a flop there has to be major expectations.
Tasci didn't come with great expectations, he is even on a loan deal. Not exactly a flop. I'm more surprised Shaqiri isn't on the list, because when he first arrived most thought myself included that he would be part of the next great wave of Bayern players and would take over for Robben by I remember even thinking he should be taking free-kicks ahead of Robben.
Then he just sort of puttered out, quite developing as a player, and became difficult in the locker room.
I posted ages ago about Shaqiri how part of his downfall at Bayern came from Robben's career having a second wind.
I think if Robben's form had steadily declined his match against Chelsea to be the beginning of the end , Shaqiri might be Bayern's first choice RW.
But then Robben became amazing. I'm not sure the point I'm trying to make but That probably had something to do with it. But I don't think Shaqiri fit in well with Guardiola's playing style, and we've also seen him struggle to adapt at other teams.
I think Robben's second wind has a lot to do with it but I think another factor is for Shaqiri to flourish he should be the focal point of an attack.
At Switzerland all the attacks seem to flow through him so he does well. At Bayern that was never going to be the case.