Bayern Munich & Ivica Olic

FC Bayern Munich , is a German sports club based in Munich, Bavaria. Ivica Olić (born 14 September 1979) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays for Bayern Munich in Germany and internationally for the Croatian national team. 5.0/5

Bayern Munich Ivica Olic Didier Drogba Juan Mata Petr Cech Champions League Bastian Schweinsteiger Arjen Robben Manchester United Allianz Arena Mario Gomez Franck Ribery Claudio Pizarro Frank Lampard Manuel Neuer David Luiz Roberto Di Matteo Jupp Heynckes

Brazil are favorites to win the World Cup this time, not mainly because they are usually one of the dominant footballing teams but also because this time, they are playing at home soil. With their team boasted with stars like Neymar, Oscar and Hulk, their mesmerizing attack are strong enough to break through even the meanest of defenses. But if there is anything that needs to be noted is that Croatia is no pushover. With playmakers like Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic out there alongside their striker Mario Mandzukic, they have a strong side capable enough to go to the second round just like Brazil. With Mario Mandzukic performing his suspension duties after being red carded during their second last qualifying match. Croatia will miss his finishing skills but they will get a lot of chances with those two playmakers around and it will be time for the former Bayern Munich striker Ivica Olic to compensate the loss of the current Bayern striker Mandzukic. But Brazil’s attack may prove to be too strong for Cro ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is refusing to give up hope of signing Wolfsburg's Croatian international striker Ivica Olic, 34. Full story: Stoke Sentinel Santiago Arias' agent has fuelled suggestions the PSV Eindhoven defender, 22, could be on his way to Manchester United by admitting that English teams have shown interest in the Colombian. Full story: Talksport Croatian midfielder Josip Radosevic signed for Napoli from Hajduk Split in January 2013 Serie A side Napoli have put a £33m price tag on unsettled Manchester United and Chelsea target Marek Hamsik, 26. Full story: Daily Express Arsenal must fight off interest from Paris St-Germain, Monaco and Bayern Munich to convince defender Laurent Koscielny, 28, to sign a new contract. Full story: Daily Telegraph The agent of Croatia Under-21 international Mario Pasalic, 19, says the Hajduk Split midfielder will undergo a medical with Chelsea in May ahead of signing a permanent deal. Full story: Daily Mirror West Ham will try to sign Joleon ...
THE SUN Wayne Rooney is a huge doubt for Manchester United's crunch Euro return at Bayern Munich. Premier League clubs have reacted furiously to Sunderland escaping a points deduction for fielding an ineligible player. Jose Mourinho insists Fernando Torres has a future at Chelsea - but he is not holding his breath. Roy Hodgson has vowed England will go on the attack at this summer's World Cup in Brazil. Arsene Wenger fears his players are hampering their recovery from injury - by popping pills behind the club's back. Fabrice Muamba has agreed an out-of-court settlement with Bolton after a bitter nine-month dispute. Dutch ace Patrick van Aanholt plans on quitting Chelsea this summer. Mark Hughes hopes he has convinced Ivica Olic to join Stoke. Carlos Edwards will be shown the door by Ipswich this summer. DAILY STAR Arsene Wenger has amazingly revealed that he believed some of his Arsenal players were taking drugs. Sam Allardyce has called the recent criticism of West Ham's style of play as "rubbish" and "s ...
German Bundesliga Updates : Dortmund beaten as Bayern cruise Borussia Dortmund slipped four points behind Bayern Munich in the race for the Bundesliga title after a surprise 2-1 loss at Wolfsburg. Dortmund went ahead in first-half injury time through Marco Reus, but Ricardo Rodriguez equalised in the 56th minute and Ivica Olic gave the hosts the win with the second after 69 minutes. Bayern Munich set a new record of 37 games unbeaten with a comfortable 3-0 win over Augsburg. Jerome Boateng, Franck Ribery and Thomas Muller grabbed the goals for the defending champions, who face Dortmund in a fortnight. Augsburg were rarely in the game and, given the difference in quality between the two sides, will not be looking forward to meeting Bayern again in the DFB-Pokal next month. Heung-Min Son came back to haunt his former club, with his first-ever Bundesliga hat-trick helping Bayer Leverkusen to a 5-3 victory over Hamburg. The South Korean, who switched clubs in the summer, helped the hosts race into a 2-0 lead, ...
Ivica Olic has backed Mario Mandzukic to become a kep player for Bayern Munich:
Did any of you know that Rangers tried to sign Ivica Olic from Bayern Munich in the January transfer window...
Ivica Olic ruled out of Euro 2012, replaced by Nikola Kalinic. Bayern Munich remain main providers for Euro 2012, contingent down to 12 now
I don't think Bayern Munich will make 27 mil pounds for Edin Dzeko, as they already have Claudio Pizarro back as replacement of Ivica Olic
SOCCER TRANSFER: Peru striker, Claudio Pizarro, has completed a move from Werder Bremen to Bayern Munich on a free transfer deal. He rejected a contract extension with Bremen before returning back to Munich where he left 5yrs ago. Claudio Pizarro, he's the highest scoring foreign player in the Bundesliga in German Football history, where he has netted 160 goals in 333 appearances. He scored 71 goals in 174 games for Bayern Munich 2001-07, he also played for Chelsea FC, and had 2 spells with Werder Bremen, becoming the Northern's club 4th all time top goal scorer with 89 goals. He's expected to fill the void left by Ivica Olic, who left for Wolfburg, he's Bayern Munich 4th signing this season. With winger Xherdan Shaqiri from Basel FC, GK Tom Starke from Hoffenheim, and Defender Dante from Borussia Monchengladbach.IRE O.
Ivica Olic has joined VFL Wolfsburg from Bayern Munich on a free tranfer.
Olivier Giroud, who had an incredible season for French champions Montpelier, wants to move to Bayern Munich to replace Ivica Olic.
FC Bayern Munich bid farewell to Ivica Olic at Netherlands friendly game last nite at Allianz Arena.
Ivica Olic' final kick for Bayern Munich costs them the Champions' League, while Didier Drogba's final kick for Chelsea wins the Blues the Champions' League. What a twist.
The European Cup is heading to Stamford Bridge for the first time in Chelsea’s 107-year history after the Blues beat Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalties to win the 2012 Champions League final. After 120 energy-sapping minutes ended with the scores level at 1-1, it came down to which side could hold their nerve from 12 yards. Juan Mata was first to see his tame kick saved by Manuel Neuer, but Petr Cech responded by denying Ivica Olic. Bastian Schweinsteiger then saw his effort touched onto a post by Cech, allowing Didier Drogba to net the most important penalty in Chelsea’s history. The Blues erased the agony of John Terry’s heartbreaking penalty miss four years ago in Moscow, and simultaneously snatched England’s final qualifying spot for next year’s competition from Tottenham, as Roberto Di Matteo completed a remarkable turnaround in the club’s fortunes since his arrival at the start of March. Didier Drogba’s 88th-minute equaliser saw Chelsea deny Bayern in front of their own supporters, after T ...
Petr Cech does his homework and Chelsea earn final dividends • Goalkeeper had studied Bayern Munich penalty-takers in detail • Didier Drogba demanded to take decisive spot-kick Petr Cech, the Chelsea goalkeeper, saves from Bayern Munich's Ivica Olic in the penalty shootout at the end of the Champions League final. Photograph: Christof Koepsel/Bongarts/Getty Images Daniel Taylor at Allianz Arena The Guardian, Sun 20 May 2012 23.01 BST There are times, as Didier Drogba said, when there are barely enough words to do justice to the ecstasies and agonies that sport can conjure up. Roman Abramovich tried to find a few in the dressing room but only briefly. Then a Russian billionaire, operating from a level of financial power and status that means bodyguards are never far away, stopped talking and something extraordinary happened. He started wiping away tears of elation. The players in that dressing room had flirted so dangerously with the idea of defeat it seemed barely plausible the Champions League trophy ...
Olic rues penalty miss: Ivica Olic has rued his penalty miss as his last game for Bayern Munich ended in defeat ...
Chelsea have made history by becoming the champions of Europe after an enthralling match against Bayern Munich ended with the Blues winning a penalty shoot-out 4-3 after the game had ended 1-1, and Roberto Di Matteo was understandably struggling to take in what he had witnessed. The game appeared to be beyond us when Tomas Muller headed the German side in front with only eight minutes left to play, but our strength of character rose to the fore once again when Didier Drogba - the eventual matchwinner - headed home a Juan Mata corner in the 89th minute. Bayern had a fantastic opportunity to restore their lead early in extra-time when they were awarded a penalty, but Petr Cech saved from his Former Chelsea teammate Arjen Robben. The Blues trailed for much of the shoot-out after Mata had missed our first kick, but the tide turned when Ivica Olic saw his kick saved by Cech. When Bastian Schweinsteiger then hit the post, it fell to Drogba to seal our fate, which he did in style to spark jubilant scenes among b ...
Bayern Munich, Ivica Olic and Bastian Schweinsteiger lost 4-3 to Chelsea after penalties missed.
Chelsea stunned Bayern Munich in a dramatic penalty shoot-out at the Allianz Arena to win the Champions League for the first time. Thomas Mueller's late header put Bayern on the brink of victory on home territory but Didier Drogba levelled things up with a bullet header at the death before coolly converting the decisive spot-kick. The tournament which gave Chelsea their greatest agony when they lost on penalties to Manchester United four years ago in Moscow has now delivered the greatest glory in their 107-year history. Juan Mata missed Chelsea's first penalty but David Luiz, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole were all successful. Philipp Lahm, Mario Gomez and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer were all on target for Bayern. The momentum shifted decisively when Cech denied Ivica Olic and Bastian Schweinsteiger hit the post to leave Chelsea on the brink and present Drogba with his moment of destiny.
Chelsea won the Champions League final on German soil as they beat Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalties after the game finished 1-1 in normal time. Bayern had much the better of the game, missed numerous chances in the first-half and were made to wait until the 83rd minute for the opener when Thomas Muller appeared at the back post to head past Petr Cech. Despite a lack of ambition until then, Chelsea were not done and equalised in a thrilling finale when Didier Drogba headed home from the Blues' first corner of the game with two minutes left to go. Drogba almost turned from hero to villain as he tripped Franck Ribery in the box in the first period of extra-time but Cech saved Arjen Robben's penalty low down to his left. The rest of the game yielded no goals and it was left to penalties to decide the winner. It looked like Chelsea would lose the shootout as Juan Mata missed, but Ivica Olic - with his last kick as a Bayern Munich player - and Bastian Schweinsteiger missed and Drogba stroked home for glory. From ...
110′ Bayern Munich continue to attack without the penetration needed and Ivica Olic gets his shot away about two minutes later. It's awkwardly angled and easy for Petr Cech.
98:46 Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Jose Bosingwa by Ivica Olic. Jose Bosingwa restarts play with the free kick. 96:50 The ball is sent over by Philip Lahm, Jose Bosingwa gets a block in. Daniel Van Buyten takes a shot. Blocked by David Luiz. Inswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Arjen Robben, clearance by Frank Lampard. 96:04 Arjen Robben takes the direct free kick. 96:04 Substitution Substitution Ivica Olic is brought on as a substitute for Franck Ribery. 96:04 David Luiz challenges Mario Gomez unfairly and gives away a free kick. 95:13 Effort on goal by Arjen Robben from just inside the penalty box goes harmlessly over the target. 94:51 Penalty Placed penalty taken by Arjen Robben saved by Petr Cech. Bayern Munich 1-1 Chelsea. 93:16 Booking Booking Didier Drogba receives a yellow card for unsporting behaviour. 92:54 Didier Drogba gives away a Penalty for an unfair challenge on Franck Ribery. 92:34 Toni Kroos takes a shot. Frank Lampard gets a block in. 91:08 Juan Mata takes a ...
Ivica Olic has confirmed that he will leave FC Bayern Munich at the end of the season in order to join Wolfsburg on a two-year deal.
Ivica Olic is hoping to help Bayern Munich win the UEFA CL final next month after confirming a two year contract with Wolfsburg.
Ivica Olic to leave Bayern Munich at the end to the season to join Felix Magath's Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg secures Olic - Striker Ivica Olic is leaving Bayern Munich for Wolfsburg after getting only a few starts i...
Ivica Olic Seals Wolfsburg Switch: Croatian striker Ivica Olic has agreed to join Wolfsburg from Bayern Munich.
Werder Bremen forward Claudio Pizarro could move to his former club Bayern Munich to replace Ivica Olic
Heynckes happy with Olic - Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes was full of praise for forgotten man Ivica Olic after...
Bayern cruise into Final Four: Two first-half goals from Ivica Olic helped Bayern Munich to a routine 4-0 aggregate...
Ivica Olic scores two as Bayern Munich beat Marseille 2-0 on the night (4-0 on agg) to reach Champions League semis
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Olic brace sends Bayern into semi-finals: Ivica Olic scored twice to help Bayern Munich to a 2-0 victory over Ma...
Ivica Olic played such an integral role in Bayern Munich reaching the 2010 UCL final. His brace today showed he's still a factor this season
Olic brace fires Bayern into semifinals: Ivica Olic of Bayern Munich celebrates after he scores his team's openi...
Ivica Olic has given Bayern Munich a 1-0 lead on the night and a 3-0 advantage on aggregate ...
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