Real Madrid & Jupp Heynckes

Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Royal Madrid Football Club), commonly known as Real Madrid, is a professional football club based in Madrid, Spain. Josef Jupp Heynckes (born 9 May 1945 in Mönchengladbach) is a German football coach and former player. 5.0/5

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I still hope Real Madrid will get Jupp Heynckes next season
Jupp Heynckes or Joachim Low or Zinedine Zidane! Only these men can save Real Madrid.
Jupp Heynckes: "Kroos is destined to play for Real Madrid."
Jupp Heynckes: "Toni Kroos has a leading role as a playmaker in Real Madrid's midfield and that's a huge achievement."
Jupp Heynckes:" Real Madrid are better with Kroos and without Alonso while Bayern are better with Alonso and without Kroos"
Kroos was born to play at Real Madrid,says Former Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes:
Jupp Heynckes: "I called Toni Kroos and sent him messages to congratulate him on his move to Real Madrid."
Jupp Heynckes: "Only world class footballers are playing at Real Madrid."
Jupp Heynckes, won cl with Real Madrid, reached final two times in a row with and eventually won🎉
Jupp Heynckes: " My advice to Toni Kroos is to stay at and not leave , even if Barcelona or Real Madrid want you "
2012 2013 Bayern Munich under Jupp Heynckes was brilliant Real Madrid of course
Real Madrid sacked Jupp Heynckes eight days after he won the Champions League, beat that...
Just before we go to the New Wembley which team among these do you consider the best in the last decade; 1-Pep Guardiola's Barcelona 2009 team 2-Arsenals invincibles of 2004-05 3-Manchester United 2008 team 4-Rafa Benitez's 2005 Liverpool team 5-Jose Mourinho's 2005 chelsea team 6-Jupp Heynckes' 2013 Bayern team 7- Real Madrid galacticos of 2002 8- Ancellotis 2007 Milan team. NB-Dont choose because you support that team, be objective
Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola 'will not change philosophy' Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola says he will not change his tactical approach, despite criticism after the Champions League defeat by Real Madrid. The Bundesliga champions were thrashed 4-0 at the Allianz Arena, losing 5-0 on aggregate in the semi-final tie. "I have my ideas and I have to convince my players," said Guardiola, whose team dominated possession in both games against Madrid without scoring. Bayern under Guardiola * Includes all competitions Played 53 Won 42 Drawn 5 Lost 6 Goals for 143 Goals against 43 "Following this defeat I am even more convinced of my philosophy." Former Barcelona boss Guardiola led the Catalan club to 14 trophies in four seasons between 2008 and 2012, with the success built on his short passing and possession-based 'tiki-tika' philosophy. He has instilled a similar approach at Bayern since replacing Champions League-winning coach Jupp Heynckes last summer, leading the Bavarian club to the Bundesliga title in Marc ...
What have you done, Pep? Guardiola has turned unbeatable Bayern into Barcelona 2012 The Catalan was meant to take Jupp Heynckes' treble winners to the next level but he has instead turned them into the worst version of his former Blaugrana side. Stefan Effenberg told Goal after Bayern Munich’s 1-0 loss to Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu last week that Pep Guardiola’s “system had reached its limit”. On Tuesday night in Bavaria, it reached its nadir as his European Champions were thrashed 4-0 at home by Carlo Ancelotti's men. After Bayern’s stunning demolition of Manchester Ciy at the Etihad earlier in the season, it appeared as if Guardiola was poised to create Bayern 2.0. Instead, he has turned last season’s treble winners into Barcelona 2012. The Catalan had claimed after his side’s first-leg defeat in the Spanish capital that he was proud of his players’ performance. He felt that they deserved credit for having a 78 per cent share of possession. It immediately evoked memories of Xav ...
And Bayern with the Pep Guardiola style of play and 64% possession in both legs have been defeated badly in the Semi Finals by Real Madrid. A scoreline unexpected with a 4-0 loss in Munich and 5-0 loss on aggregate for Bayern Munich strips them from the hopes of retaining the title and another treble. I miss the effective style of Jupp Heynckes here... :(
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Former treble-winning Bayern Munich boss, Jupp Heynckes, has told Toni Kroos to ignore any offers from Manchester United or Real Madrid at the end of the season and stay with Bayern Munich.
who is who in tomorrow's Champions League last 8? Bayern Munich There has seldom been a more dominant football team in recent years than this current Bayern Munich outfit. Pep Guardiola has seemingly built upon perfection since replacing the all-conquering Jupp Heynckes last summer, leaving many suggesting a back-to-back Champions League triumph is something of inevitability. They remain a united machine of a team, with no stand-out stars taking the attention away from what is a model outfit. Bayern were the one team nobody wanted in Friday's draw and their pairing with an under-achieving Manchester United side means that their status as favorites has only strengthened. REAL MADRID Real Madrid have been chasing La Decima for 12 years now, and while they have reached the semi-finals on three occasions since their last win in 2002, they have rarely looked as destructive as they have at times this season. The business end will present them with tougher fixtures than those they have negotiated so far in the C ...
Jupp Heynckes on Toni Kroos: "He shouldn't leave Bayern Munich, not even for Barcelona or Real Madrid" 1/2
A tearful Cristiano Ronaldo was named the world's best footballer for the second time on Monday, preventing his great rival Lionel Messi from winning the award for a fifth year in a row. The Portugal and Real Madrid forward was so overcome with emotion he could barely complete his acceptance speech. "Thank you to everyone, my team mates, the national team and my family, to everyone here. Eusebio and (Nelson) Mandela were very important for me, I can't speak," he said after accepting his prize. Argentine Messi, hampered by injury problems at Barcelona late in the year, finished second in the poll, officially known as the Fifa Ballon d'Or. Frenchman Franck Ribery was third. Jupp Heynckes, now retired, was named coach of the year for the first time after his Bayern Munich team won an unprecedented Champions League, Bundesliga and German Cup treble. Ronaldo secured the title with 1,365 points, ahead of Lionel Messi with 1,205 points and Franck Ribery with 1,127 points. The votes are held by the captains and c ...
RONALDO SETS RECORD, LEVERKUSEN, OLYMPIAKOS INTO LAST 16 : LONDON Wed Dec 11, 2013 5:23am IST Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo set a Champions League group phase scoring record on Tuesday as Bayer Leverkusen and Olympiakos Piraeus reached the last 16 and snow forced Galatasaray's match with Juventus to be abandoned. Holders Bayern Munich's record-breaking run of 10 consecutive Champions League wins came to an unceremonious end after Manchester City staged a memorable fightback after conceding two early goals to win 3-2 at the Allianz Arena. However, Bayern still won Group D with City finishing in second place. Prolific Ronaldo took his tally to nine for the campaign in Real's 2-0 win at FC Copenhagen, with the nine-times champions also setting an all-time record in European competitions by netting in 31 successive matches. Ronaldo, in his first game back since sustaining a muscle strain on November 23, scored with a simple close-range finish three minutes after the break, Real's second after Luka Modric's ...
THE SPORTS BREAK FAST. Cristiano Ronaldo, Franck Ribery and Lionel Messi are on the three-man shortlist for the 2013 Ballon d'Or. The trio were chosen from the 23-man list, which included Gareth Bale, and the world player of the year will be revealed on 13 January.Barcelona's Messi has won four years in a row but Real Madrid forward Ronaldo is the favourite to win this year. The women's final trio are Nadine Angerer (Germany), Marta (Brazil) and Abby Wambach (USA). Fifa has also confirmed the final three for coach of the year - with Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson vying with ex-Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes and Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp for the award. The winners, to be announced at a ceremony in Zurich, will be decided by a vote among the captains and head coaches of all Fifa-affiliated men's national teams, as well as by international media representatives selected by France Football magazine. WHO WINS WHAT FOR YOU?
How Bayern Munich Beat Borussia Dortmund To Win The 2013 Champions League Background The Bundesliga became the fourth league to provide both teams for a Champions League Final. La Liga (Real Madrid vs. Valencia ’00), Serie A (Milan vs. Juventus ’03) and the Barclays Premier League (Manchester United vs. Chelsea ’08) all came before. Bayern was making a third appearance in the final of the Champions League in the last four seasons having lost previously to Inter in 2010 and to Chelsea in 2012. Bayern entered the match having already won the Bundesliga and with a date against Stuttgart next weekend in the German Cup Final. This was stage 2 of a possible treble and if achieved it would be the first ever by a German club. Last season, with Jupp Heynckes as manager, Bayern finished as runners-up in all three competitions. Under manager Jürgen Klopp Borussia Dortmund did the German domestic double last season but had also failed to qualify from the group stage of the Champions League. This season a poor ...
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has insisted they are in no hurry to replace Jose Mourinho as the club’s manager. The Spanish capital club parted company with Mourinho by mutual consent last month following a disappointing campaign in which they finished 15 points behind Barcelona and were eliminated from the UEFA Champions League at the semi-final stage by German side Borussia Dortmund. Real have been linked with moves for outgoing Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes and Paris Saint-Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti. However, Perez revealed the club are yet to contact any potential candidates, stressing they will not be rushed into appointing a successor. “In the coming days, we will look at the coaching staff and decide what we want for next season,” he told Spanish television programme Los desayunos de TVE. -Leo10
Jupp Heynckes has said he will take a break from football management next season, ending speculation he will replace Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid. The 68-year-old, who will be replaced by Former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola in an appointment announced by Bayern in January, won the Champions League last month as well as the Bundesliga and Cup double for an unprecedented treble by a German club. "I am still impressed with the events," a tearful Heynckes, who took over for the third time in 2011, told reporters. "From July 1 I will not take over any club here or abroad. I will recover, think about what has happened in the past weeks and months. "The last two years were intense and outstanding," said Heynckes, whose career as a coach and player stretches back to 1963, adding his team had learned a lot after just missing out on three titles last season. "I had told my wife after last year's Champions League final defeat that I would complete my contract at Bayern but not go beyond that." Heynckes led Bayern t ...
Borussia Dortmund's Robert Lewandowski wants to leave the Champions League runners-up and join his chosen club in the close season, the Poland striker was quoted as saying on Wednesday. "We have been in agreement with the (new) club for some time now," he told Sport Bild magazine. "I have informed the people in charge (at Dortmund) and I assume that all will now be cleared up and I can join the club of my wish this summer." "This would be the best thing for all sides," said the 25-year-old, who grabbed headlines by scoring four goals against Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final first leg. Lewandowski, second-top scorer in the Bundesliga last season and widely expected to join European and German champions Bayern Munich, has refused to sign an extension to his current contract that runs out in 2014. Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes said after their 2-1 Champions League win over Dortmund at Wembley stadium last month that a deal for the striker was only a matter of time. The forward, who won consecutive ...
Jupp Heynckes Plays Down Real Madrid Speculation Former Bayern boss dismisses suggestions of move to the Spanish captial. Former Bayern Munich boss Jupp Heynckes has denied speculation linking him with the vacant managerial post at Real Madrid according to Goal.com. Heynckes star has never been higher after he led Bayern to a historic treble last season, that included memorable victories against Barcelona and Borussia Dortmund on their way to Champions League glory. But Heynckes has found himself out of a job, despite bringing such silverware to the club, as the Bavarian giants prepare to welcome Former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola to the club. That has prompted speculation that Heynckes could find himself employed in the Spanish capital. Real are in the market for a new manager since deciding to part ways with Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho last week. It is thought that the club’s number one target had been PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti but the Ligue 1 champions are remaining resolute in their determination ...
WEDNESDAY EVENING FOOTBALL HEADLINES.. Everton have appointed Roberto Martinez as their manager on a 4year contract. Reports 4rm Manchester indicates that Manchester City have agreed a £34m deal with Shakhtar Donetsk for thier striker Fernadinho subject to medical. Atletico Madrid have completed d signing of Rayo Vallecano striker Leo Baptistao to replace Radamel Falcao who made a move to Ligue 1 side Monaco. QPR boss Harry Redknapp has warned d club that he must be allowed to change the squad that is capable of making an instant return to the Premier leugue or he could walk away 4rm d club. Outgoing Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes has debuncked d claims that he's going to Real Madrid but ruled out also that he is likely to retire. Wayne Rooney has refused to rule out speculations linking him with a move to Arsenal hence d gunners meet his transfer deals with PSG also hugely interested in d Manchester United striker. Spanish outfit Sevilla have rejected West Ham's bid 4 striker Alvaro Negredo. Barcelon ...
I will not be Joining Real Madrid- Jupp Heynckes The experienced coach has revealed that he will not necessarily say farewell to the game this summer after guiding Bayern to a historical treble this term Jupp Heynckes has announced that he will not take over Real Madrid this summer after helping Bayern Munich to Bundesliga, Champions League and DFB-Pokal glory in 2012-13, though he also refused to commit to retirement. The 68-year-old had an expiring contract with the Bavarians and it was already announced earlier this season that he would have to make way for Pep Guardiola ahead of the 2013-14 campaign. A number of recent reports suggested that he was one of the candidates to take Jose Mourinho's place as Real Madrid coach, but Heynckes has now made it clear that he will take time out instead. "I told my wife last year that my plan was to fulfil my contract and then quit. I did not have any holiday last year and I've noticed in the past few weeks that I was close to my limits," Heynckes said at a press c ...
An A-Z of the Special One as he returns to Chelsea A is for Abramovich. Mourinho has clearly reached an accommodation with the Russian oligarch after a “breakdown in the relationship” prompted his exit from the Chelsea manager’s job in 2007. A is also for Carlo Ancelotti, another ex-Chelsea manager now tipped to replace Mourinho at Real Madrid. B is for Benfica. The Portuguese club gave Mourinho his first full managerial position when he stepped up to replace Jupp Heynckes in 2000. C is for Chelsea (and champions). During his first stint as manager at Stamford Bridge, from 2004 to 2007, the Special One helped Chelsea win the league title for the first time in 50 years, the Carling Cup twice and the FA Cup once. C is also for Camberwell, where Mourinho’s daughter this year enrolled in Fine Art studies at the College of Arts — perhaps adding weight to her father’s desire to return to London. D is for Diligence. Professor Carlos Neto, who lectured the young Mourinho in sports science at the Unive ...
Pep Guardiola surely faces the most thankless task in world football after Bayern Munich clinched a historic treble on Saturday, adding the German Cup to the Champions League and Bundesliga crowns. The Spaniard, who was named as Bayern's next coach back in January, will take over a team that has conquered Europe and its domestic rivals, with the 3-2 win over Stuttgart giving the departing Jupp Heynckes a perfect sendoff. The 68-year-old is widely expected to retire, though he has also been linked with a return to Real Madrid -- where he won the Champions League in 1998 -- after guiding the Bavarians to 45 wins from 53 matches this season. Stuttgart never looked like inflicting Bayern's fourth defeat of the campaign after going 3-0 down after an hour, with Thomas Muller netting a first-half penalty and striker Mario Gomez scoring twice against his former club in what could prove to be his final game for Bayern. Read: Bayern the kings of Europe Austrian Martin Harnik struck twice to give Stuttgart hope in f ...
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Manuel Pellegrini confirmed that he is set to begin talks with Manchester City over their vacant managerial position. Jose Mourinho signed off as Real Madrid manager with a 4-2 win over Osasuna, 15-points behind champions Barcelona. Bayern Munich beat Stuttgart 3-2 to win the German Cup & become the 1st Bundesliga team to record the treble. Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain confirmed he will be leaving the club & admitted a move to Juventus is "a possibility". Barcelona matched La Liga's record tally of 100 points in a season when they swept aside Malaga 4-1. Celta Vigo remained in La Liga with a 1-0 win against Espanyol while Real Mallorca, Deportivo & Real Zaragoza were relegated. Jupp Heynckes says he will reveal his future at his final Bayern press briefing next Tuesday (hats off for the guru). Milan haven't been in talks with Frank Rijkaard about bringing him in as coach, according to his agent Perry Overeem. Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas is set for talks with Vilanova as EPL's Big Four snoop ...
Today will be the day farewell: - Last game for Jose Mourinho with Real Madrid - Last game for Jupp Heynckes at Bayern Munich - Last game for Bilal Abidal with Barcelona - Last game for Juan Carlos Valeron with Deportivo La Coruna - Last game for Manuel Pellegrini with the Malga Club If you love someone hit like and write his name I myself love Mourinho and very sad for his departure Goodbye "Mourinho and will always be,the Special One. "mody"
Right, so we've spoken plenty about Jose Mourinho, but who is going to replace him at Real Madrid? The two front runners with the bookmakers appear to be Paris St-Germain's former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti and departing Bayern Munich chief Jupp Heynckes. Ancelotti has told PSG he wants to leave to join Real Madrid, but his request has been rejected. What about Jupp? Well his agent says they are waiting for the call from Real president Florentino Perez. "It is Florentino's decision. If Florentino calls us we would accept the offer." These boys aren't shy about wanting that job.
EXCLUSIVE: Real Madrid are standing firm on their intention to hire Carlo Ancelotti to replace Jose Mourinho! current Paris Saint-Germain coach has expressed his desire to leave the club, hinting that he craves the Blancos hotseat... Who would you like to see as Mourinho's successor at Madrid? Ancelotti? Jupp Heynckes?...
Hilarious scenario: Jupp Heynckes goes to Real Madrid...and destroy's Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich in the final.
Real Madrid are looking to sign Former Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes as their manager. -AV
Jupp Heynckes has denied claims from Bayern Munich midfielder Anatoliy Tymoshchuk that he has agreed a deal to take over at Real Madrid.
:: News Update :: Bayern Munich midfielder Anatoliy Tymoschuk has revealed that German coach Jupp Heynckes is almost certain to be named as José Mourinho’s successor. Speaking to Russian sports channel, Rossiya 2, Tymoschuk said : “There is a 99% chance that Heynckes will coach Real Madrid next season”. Click LIKE to get next News Update.
Dani Carvajal believes that Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes would be a good candidate to succeed Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid.
BREAKING NEWS ! Jupp Heynckes accepted to manage Real Madrid !!! He is just waitin for a call from Florentino Perez. Jupp Heynckes is not going to retire , he did not plan of retirement yet . He is being forced into the 'so called retirment' because Bayern Munich signed PEP without even informing him . He might come back to Madrid if we don't get Ancelotti .
Please hook Jupp Heynckes , Gareth Bale , Edinson Cavani , Gundogan and Lewandowski to Real Madrid. Save the future of Real Madrid to victory.
Agent: Heynckes open to Real Madrid return: Jupp Heynckes' agent claims the Champions Lea... ( )
Very interesting. Jupp Heynckes' agent claims the Bayern Munich manager would be open to a return to Real Madrid.
Jupp Heynckes is the 4th coach to win the Champions League with 2 different clubs (Real Madrid & Bayern).
According to Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes' agent, if Florentino Perez calls to offer him to become new coach of Real Madrid, they will accept!
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SPORT NEWS:Champions League final: German superiority over Premier League. Bayern Munich's massed ranks of red celebrated avoiding the fate of losing their third successive Champions League final with a rousing rendition of an old England classic. The Euro 96 anthem "Football's Coming Home" was one of the souvenirs Germany took away with them - as well as the trophy - in that memorable summer. And it was back again on another sunny Wembley night of vindication for Bayern, match-winner Arjen Robben and that country's great coaching statesman Jupp Heynckes. The facts are bare. Bayern Munich cleansed the wounds of Champions League final defeats to Inter Milan in 2010 and, in their own imposing Allianz Arena to Chelsea in 2012, with a 2-1 victory over Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund. It gave the Bavarian giants, the beast that once spawned the nickname "FC Hollywood", a fifth win in this tournament. They are level with Liverpool and only Real Madrid and AC Milan are above them. Scratch underneath those st ...
My thots about this UCL Final: These two av really made Germany proud;both in the Bundesliga and in Europe.Bayern won the league with 6 games left to be played and ultimately won;25 points ahead of Dortmund.They av now won 3 trophies and still av like 2 more to go.Dortmund stunned Europe earlier when from a group of Champions;Real Madrid,Ajax and Manchester City,they topped the group and stunned Europe again beating Madrid in the Semi-Final. Bayern on the other hand;pardon Me Barca fans,ate Barcelona like food;7-0 on aggregate in the Semi-Final.i am happy 4 3 pple; Philip Lahm finally wins UCL as Captain.Robben finally wins UCL after screwing it up @ Chelsea and Bayern(last year);even scoring the winner.Jupp Heynckes wins UCL on his way to out of Bayern. Jurgen Klopp really tried for Dortmund;they should give more money to replace the players that are leaving his team...Congratulations to both teams. Congratulations to Germany...
Champions League Final Preview This is Jupp Heynckes' third Champions League campaign as a coach. In all three seasons he has reached the final. In 1998 he won the trophy with Real Madrid and last year, he lost the final with Bayern Munich. Bayern have scored more headed goals in the Champions League than any other side this season. BVB have kept just three clean sheets in their last 12 European matches. Just one of the last five Champions League finals has gone over 2.5 goals. However, that final was also played at Wembley (Barcelona 3-1 Manchester United in 2011).
Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes feels that if his team play their usual game they will be too good for Borussia Dortmund in Saturday's Champions League final at Wembley. - Delaney: Key personalities - Brewin: Domestic rivalry - Bennett: Battle royale Speaking at the pre-match press conference, Heynckes also pointed to how the relaxed last three weeks have actually helped Bayern hone the approach that has led to so many records being broken this season. He said: "We've got generations of players who are a little older, 29, 30. For those players I think it would be the crowning glory of their careers. Of course, for me as well, but I am perhaps a little more laid back about these things, with a little more detachment because I've experienced this once with Real Madrid. Of course for Munich it would be really important tomorrow. For me, it's another match. "Of course, you have a few scenarios in your head. I've always been a fair player, a fair coach and tried to speak and think positively. I know what m ...
News Update On Tonight UEFA CL Borussia Dortmund - Mario Götze has been ruled out of the final against his future employers with the injury that he picked up in the semi final second leg against Real Madrid. - Jurgen Klopp is likely to field the same starting eleven that played Hoffenheim last weekend, even if they did succumb to a loss against lowly Hoffenheim. - That will mean Marco Reus plays in a central role behind lone striker Robert Lewandowski, with Kevin Grosskreutz lining upon the left. Klopp has also recently tried out Ilkay Gundogan in a more attack-minded role but it hasn't been all that successful, so he is unlikely to go with it again. Bayern Munich - Toni Kroos will not make it back in time to play at Wembley, but Arjen Robben has been in fantastic form of late and he will keep his place on the right, with Thomas Müller again playing centrally. - There are unlikely to be any surprises in Jupp Heynckes' lineup, with the usual team having hit 4 past Gladbach last weekend. - Holger Badstub ...
It promises to be fireworks at Wembley when Jurgen Klopp pitches his against Jupp Heynckes in the final of the most prestigious European club competition. Though Bayern Munich might boast of a formiddable team, the managerial prowess of Jurgen Klopp of Borussia Dortmund cannot be overlooked in the first ever German final. Sports analyst, pundits and conosseurs are already tipping the Bravarians to wear the crown but as a veteran football fun I enjoin the Bayern fans to be optimistically cautious, for having fought the odds to come this far the dark horse, Borussia Dortmund, will view the encounter as a do or die affair. Again, checks reveal that complacency has set in Bayern Side due to the 7-0 drubbing of the Camp Nou side in their semi-final face-off. Coach Jupp Heynckes of the Munich side might seek to leave an enduring legacy but the thought of him being replaced after building a compact team could result in tactical paralysis. Though the sloppyness of the Dortmund side was explosed by Real Madrid, t ...
With José Mourinho safely on his way but his intended successor Carlo Ancelotti struggling to secure his release from Paris St Germain, Real Madrid were reported yesterday to be considering an approach to Jupp Heynckes about a return to the Bernabeu this summer.
Hey Football fans be updated about todays FOOTBALL NEWS Paper Talk: Spurs eye new strike pair Tottenham will spend £36million on strikers Leandro Damiao and Roberto Soldado, Napoli want Fernando Torres, and Leeds are in for Kevin Doyle. Manuel Pellegrini is expected to start work at Manchester City on June 3. Darren Bent has been told he can leave Aston Villa. Stoke are completing a shortlist of targets to replace Tony Pulis with Roberto Martinez, Roberto Di Matteo, Gus Poyet and Mark Hughes all under consideration. Wigan chairman Dave Whelan is confident Roberto Martinez will stay on as manager. Newcastle are not prepared to pay Liverpool the £15m transfer fee agreed with West Ham for Andy Carroll. Gareth Bale has given his clearest hint that he will stay with Tottenham next season. Real Madrid are preparing to approach Jupp Heynckes about the possibility of replacing Jose Mourinho. Athletico Bilbao's Fernando Amorebieta and Dnipro's Derek Boateng have joined Fulham on free transfers. Arsenal want Thom ...
IF REAL CAN'T SEAL ANCELOTTI DEAL Heynckes ready to step into the Bernabéu breach There is a determination upstairs at Real Madrid to ensure that any hitches in the move to bring in Carlo Ancelotti do not catch the club with its pants down. For this reason, the 'Los Blancos' higher-ups have canvassed Jupp Heynckes about coming back to Madrid in the event that the Italian is unable to agree a compensation-free deal to leave PSG. The Bayern Munich coach would be up to the task of exiting Bavaria, where he is due to be replaced by Pep Guardiola, for another stab at the Real Madrid job. Despite being 68, he isn't ready to call it a day yet. The remarkable season he has enjoyed in Munich, having secured the Bundesliga title and progressed to the Champions League and German Cup finals, has convinced him that he still has something to offer. Enrique Reyes, Heynckes' agent, was at the Bernabéu on Friday morning. Although the official line trotted out was that he was there to pick up tickets for that evening's ' ...
Daring Dortmund interrupt Bayern's feast! LONDON — The all-German Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich on Saturday marks the culmination of an intensifying and increasingly bitter rivalry. In one corner stand Bayern; German football royalty, and the Bundesliga's dominant force of the last 40 years. In the other corner stand Dortmund, who have captured neutral hearts with their humble, wise-cracking coach, Jurgen Klopp, and a team committed to smothering their opponents with breathless attacking football. Dortmund upset the balance of power in Germany by winning back-to-back Bundesliga titles in 2011 and 2012 -- a run that included five straight wins over Bayern -- only for the Bavarians to storm back and win the league in record-breaking style this season. Although they finished a huge 25 points behind Bayern in the Bundesliga, Dortmund have demonstrated their pedigree in the Champions League, topping a group that contained Real Madrid, Manchester City and Ajax, and then ro ...
SUNDAY FOOTBALL HEADLINES ***Manchester City have reportedly agreed a British record £54m transfer fee with Atletico Madrid for Radamel Falcao. City have matched his buyout clause and Falcao will become the first signing under Manuel Pellegrini. Falcao will now link up at the Etihad with Sergio Aguero, the man he replaced at Atletico in 2011. (The Sunday People) ***Chelsea want Manchester United to name their price for Wayne Rooney. Sunday Mirror Sport can reveal Chelsea are refusing to be put off by United’s public insistence Rooney will not be sold. ***Chelsea reportedly want to sell striker Fernando Torres this summer. The Europa League champion are willing to take a £30m hit on the striker who joined them for £50m from Liverpool in 2011. (The Sun) ***Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has been told Cristiano Ronaldo will not be joining him at Chelsea. (Mirror) ***Bayern outgoing manager Jupp Heynckes said an emotional goodbye to the club on Saturday, but admitted his heart still lies with his home to ...
Mario Gomez scored again, Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben tormented the Real Madrid defense, but it was teenage defender David Alaba who earned special praise from Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes.
A survey by AS.com asking, "Which coach would you choose to take over at Real Madrid?" has offered up one apparent conclusion: Carlo Ancelotti is not a popular choice among the Madrid support. Ancelotti received just 6% of the 38,600 votes cast by the readers of AS. The fans' favourites hail from Germany: Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes (52%) and Jürgen Klopp (38%)
Bayern Munich ready world record offer for Clasico target Neymar German giants Bayern Munich are set to shock the footballing world with a massive record breaking offer for Barcelona and Real Madrid target Neymar. By Nick Turner Spanish newspaper Sport reports that the Bundesliga champions elect are set to eclipse the current record fee held by Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo with an £86million offer for the Brazilian starlet. The Santos striker has been heavily linked with a move to Europe for the past few years, and has set a deadline for himself, often stating that he would like to make the move after the 2014 World Cup, which is held in Brazil. The Bavarian giants have recently appointed Former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola as their new coach, and he will replace Jupp Heynckes at the end of the current season. This has led to many rumours of potential targets for the former Spain international, with a reported budget of €278million, and it is thought Neymar will be Pep’s answer to Barca’s . ...
Chelsea will reportedly *** the credentials of Jurgen Klopp, Diego Simeone and Michael Laudrup following Pep Guardiola's decision to join Bayern Munich, while Jose Mourinho remains the favourite for the Stamford Bridge job. Bayern Munich announced the capture of Guardiola on Wednesday afternoon, much to the disappointment of Chelsea, and the Former Barcelona boss will succeed incumbent Jupp Heynckes on July 1. According to The Guardian, Chelsea had initially approached Guardiola last summer prior to the full-time appointment of Roberto Di Matteo, but the Catalan was intent on spending time with his family on sabbatical in New York. Chelsea were reported to be planning another move for Guardiola at the end of season with Rafa Benitez only in interim charge, but Roman Abramovich must now look elsewhere for his next appointment. The Guardian claim that Abramovich, who has patched up his differences with Mourinho since the Portuguese's departure in 2007, is likely to approach the Real Madrid boss, who is f .. ...
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World Football News Update 1. Sevilla appointed Unai Emery as their new coach on an 18-month contract after sacking Michel. 2. Apparently the linesman John Brooks that told Lescott “They’ve paid 62 quid over there, go see them”has been dropped from oficiating duties! 3. Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has been boosted by the news that Jack Rodwell is closing in on a return from injury. 4. Loic Remy will be left to choose between a move to either Newcastle, QPR, or another unnamed club, who have all had bids accepted. 5. Bayern Munich will make a decision about the future of coach Jupp Heynckes this month, kicker has reported. It is also rumoured Pep will be offered the Job. 6. Malaga defender Martin Demichelis says he "felt like applauding Barcelona" in the second-half of Sunday's 3-1 defeat to the Catalans. 7. Hatem Ben Arfa has signalled his interest in a move away from Newcastle, with Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool his preferred destinations. 8. Jose Mourinho says Real Madrid's Champions Leag ...
A MUST READ! How Cranes coach and skipper voted in 2012 FIFA Ballon Dor According to the list of votes published by FIFA, out of 483 captains, coaches and journalists who voted in the Ballon d’Or ceremony, 45 left out Lionel Messi Uganda Cranes national coach Bobby Williamson and his skipper, Andrew Mwesigwa voted differently in last night's FIFA Ballon D'or footballer of the year awards gala in Zurich, Switzerland The Scotsman went for Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo as his first choice and the eventual winner Lionel Messi as his second choice while his third vote was cast for on form Colombian striker Radamel Falcao, who plays his football for La-Liga giants Atletico De Madrid. In the Coach of the year category, Williamson opted for former Chelsea manager Roberto Di Mateo followed by Bayern Munich's Jupp Heynckes and Pep Guardiola. National team skipper, Andrew Mwesigwa went for the clear favourite Lionel Messi as his first choice and his second choice was a surprise in Italian play-maker - Andrea Pir ...
In 1998, current Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes was sacked by Real Madrid 8 DAYS after winning the Champions League for them
Ballon d'or Shortlist Five Premier League players have been named on the shortlist for the 2012 FIFA Ballon d'Or, including Manchester United duo Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie. Yaya Toure, Sergio Aguero and Mario Balotelli are also among the 23 men in the running to be recognised as the world's greatest player after helping Manchester City win the title last season. Didier Drogba has also been included after his contribution to Chelsea's Champions League success, while there are a number of contenders from Spain's Euro 2012-winning squad. The shortlist will be narrowed down to three on 29 November, with Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid the favourites to top the list. Meanwhile, Roberto Di Matteo, Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini are among a shortlist of 10 in the frame for the coach of the year award. Vicente Del Bosque, Pep Guardiola, Jupp Heynckes, Jurgen Klopp, Joachim Low, Jose Mourinho and Cesare Prandelli have also been credited for their good work over the past ...
═ FOOTBALL ═ [1].Romario: Brazil's Olympic squad is rubbish 2.Thiago Silva: I never thought about leaving AC Milan for Paris Saint-Germain [3].Neymar: I must keep adapting to tighter marking 4.Bayern will not pay €40m for Javi Martinez, says Jupp Heynckes [5].Arsenal must spend to convince Van Persie to stay, says Winterburn 6.Jerome Valcke admits Fifa's rankings system is 'not very logical' [7].Modric agrees terms with Real Madrid 8.De Gea: Casillas is the best goalkeeper in the world, he deserves the Ballon d'Or [9].Gervinho: Senegal shouldn’t be a threat in 2013 Afcon qualifying 10.Leandro Castan announces he will leave Corinthians for Roma [11].Bielsa submits resignation to Athletic Bilbao 12.Gary Neville: ManchesterUnite d must prove empire is not crumbling [13].Van Gaal takes Netherlands job 14.Rio Ferdinand excited by new Manchester United signing Kagawa [15].Verratti: Nothing concrete with Paris Saint-Germain 16.Hulk responds to Romario: I deserve respect [17].Ballon d'Or should go toXavi ...
Franck Ribery has admitted that he is not the best of friends with his Bayern Munich team-mate Arjen Robben. The France international and his Dutch counterpart had to be pulled apart after an angry exchange of words at half-time during the Bavarians' Champions League semi-final first-leg clash with Real Madrid in April, and the former Galatasaray winger was reportedly fined €50,000 for striking his colleague.Ribery made a point of fist-bumping Robben after netting the winner in the Bundesliga clash with Werder Bremen the following weekend, but the 29-year-old has confessed that while the pair continue to have the utmost respect for one another, they are by no means close. "We are not the best friends in the world," the former Marseille man admitted during an interview with Kicker. "But we respect each other. We are completely different." Bayern went onto defeat Madrid in spite of Ribery and Robben's dressing-room bust-up, but Jupp Heynckes' men were ultimately left heartbroken after being beaten by Chel ...
Munich: Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes has issued a plea ahead of Saturday’s Champions League final against Chelsea: No more penalties please.Bayern won a penalty shootout to eliminate Real Madrid in the semifinals and did the same in the German Cup semis against Borussia Moenchengladbach. Heynckes joked on Friday that a third...
DID U KNOW THAT •Bayern Munich has won 13 of its last 14 matches at the Allianz Arena in all competitions, drawing the other. •Should the Bavarians triumph on Saturday, they will join Liverpool on five European Cup wins, and become the joint-third most successful club in the competition's history behind Real Madrid (nine) and AC Milan (seven). •The Bundesliga club is the first to benefit from home advantage in a European Cup Final since Roma played Liverpool at the Stadio Olimpico in the 1984 showpiece. •A Bayern victory will make Jupp Heynckes (pictured right) only the fourth coach to have won the tournament with two clubs after Ernst Happel, Ottmar Hitzfeld and Jose Mourinho. •Chelsea has won just once away from home in this season's Champions League and has already lost in Germany: a 2-1 reverse at Bayer Leverkusen in the group stage. •The Blues' only previous meeting with Bayern came in the quarterfinals of the Champions League in 2005, with the Londoners prevailing 6-5 on aggregate. •Th ...
A Bayern victory would make Jupp Heynckes the 19th coach to have won the European Cup twice, following his 1998 success with Real Madrid
Champions League final's preview: -Bayern has overcome Mourinho and Chelsea has beaten Guardiola. -most of the players in this final had tasted defeat in the previous CL finals. -Jupp Heynckes has won CL once with Real Madrid, so he has been there and won it. -both teams aren't champions in their respective leagues and Chelsea hasn't even qualified for CL this season while Bayern had been humbled by Borussia Dortmund but one of them could be Champions of Europe. -this must be the last chance for Drogba (or maybe Essien, Lampard & Terry) to get his hand on the big trophy. -the Bayern Munchen team of 2001 is for me one of the most deserved European Champions within these 20 years but truthfully I can't really say the same thing to this recent Bayern although they are a solid team. -Schweinsteiger, Robben, Kroos, Gomez & Ribery (plus Muller) are the best attacking players for Bayern. -Drogba, Lampard, Mata & Torres could be the main attacking force for Chelsea. Could the absentees of Ramires or Meireles be v ...
Bayern Munich vs. Chelsea: Scoring Key Duels We'll See in Champions League Final Jupp Heynckes vs. Roberto Di Matteo Alex Livesey/Getty Images Jupp Heynckes started managing in 1979. Roberto Di Matteo was nine years old at that time. Despite the differences in age and experience, this matchup isn't as one-sided as it may seem. Heynckes has won the Champions League before, with Real Madrid in 1998. However, despite his success in the '90s, Heynckes has not won a major trophy as a manager. Di Matteo is coming fresh off an FA Cup win, and he has Chelsea playing inspired football in the Champions League. The team needed a breath of fresh air, and he was the answer. He has done all the right things and turned the season around. Despite his lack of experience, I think Di Matteo will do what it takes to have Chelsea as prepared as possible.
Bayern Munich overcame an early setback at the Santiago Bernabeu to earn the right to play in the final as a 3-1 penalty shootout win over Real Madrid saw the German club progress. The Bavarians found themselves under the cosh straight away as Los Blancos tried to overturn the 2-1 deficit from the first leg. An early Cristiano Ronaldo brace set them on their way but Arjen Robben leveled the tie from the penalty spot just before the half-hour mark. The affair turned cagey in the second half as neither side wanted to over commit and with extra time unable to separate the pair, the match went all the way to penalties. Manuel Neuer saved shots from both Ronaldo and Kaka before Sergio Ramos skied it from 12 yards, allowing Bastian Schweinsteiger the chance to net the winning penalty. Jose Mourinho made only one change from the side that defeated Barcelona at Camp Nou at the weekend with Marcelo replacing Fabio Coentrao at left-back. Jupp Heynckes recalled eight first-team players to the starting XI who were re ...
The Bayern boss thinks Los Blancos could soon be setting the standard for the continent - do you agree? Munich coach Jupp Heynckes says that Real Madrid could be the new benchmark in world football after def...
Bayern showed "passion, lust and hunger" according to Jupp Heynckes as they won 2-1, but Jose Mourinho is confident Real Madrid can turn the semi-final around.
Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes the mastermind of revenge over Real Madrid
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Bayern Munich and Real Madrid will steer clear of the histrionics which have marred previous matches between the pair, Jupp Heynckes, coach of the Bavarian side, said on Monday.
Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes faces former club Real Madrid over two legs knowing that victory will ensure the German side will be the first to contest a Champions League final in their own stadium.
Goal.com shared the following link and had this to say about it:The Argentine legend has stated that the Bundesliga outfit are a well-run club, and fancies Jupp Heynckes' men to defeat the Spanish giants over two legsBayern Munich will beat Real Madrid in the Champions League semi...
I have no doubt Bayern Munich has the slightest mathematical chance of beating Real Madrid in the Semi Finals. Keeping a clean sheet against Brussia Dortmund in the Pokal Final will be hard enough, but a crucial battle against Real Madrid's world class attack, it will be even more DIFFICULT. Jose Mourinho's boys have tremendous individual class, and a variety of threats around the field. -Jupp Heynckes (Bayern Munich's boss)
Wow. Jupp Heynckes facing Real Madrid in the Champions League. Looking ahead because both clubs look virtually set to face off in the semis.
GdS: Jupp Heynckes was Real Madrid's coach when they won the 1998 Champions League
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