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Bayern München 2013/14 Home kit Large

Bayern München 2013/14 Home kit Large

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The previous season Bayern won everything there is to conquer. Now under the new management of Pep Guardiola they have to show their power again. And the didn't do that bad as they were crowned once again champions. 

This kit is in excellent condition. It features Adidas ClimaCool Technology and the size is Large. A light Bavarian pattern can be seen on the front.

During the 2013/14 season, Bayern Munich, under the management of Pep Guardiola, had an outstanding performance across all competitions. Here's a summary of their performance:

  1. Bundesliga (German League):

    • Bayern Munich won the Bundesliga title comfortably, finishing the season with a record-breaking 90 points. They secured the title with several matches to spare, demonstrating their dominance in the league.
  2. DFB-Pokal (German Cup):

    • Bayern won the German Cup.
  3. UEFA Champions League:

    • Bayern had an impressive run in the UEFA Champions League. They topped their group in the group stage and progressed through the knockout rounds.
    • In the semi-finals, they faced Real Madrid. After a 0-1 loss away in the first leg, they managed to suprisingly lose again 0-4 in the second leg.
    • This exit from the Champions League was somewhat surprising given Bayern's dominance domestically and in Europe in recent years, but it was still a commendable performance overall.

Overall, Bayern Munich's 2013/14 season was highly successful, particularly in the Bundesliga where they set records for points accumulated.

Some of the standout performers during that season included:

  1. Manuel Neuer (Goalkeeper): Neuer's exceptional goalkeeping skills and ability to play as a sweeper-keeper were crucial to Bayern's defensive solidity.

  2. Franck Ribéry (Midfielder): Ribéry was instrumental in Bayern's attacking play, providing creativity, pace, and goal-scoring threat from the midfield.

  3. Arjen Robben (Winger): Robben's pace, dribbling ability, and knack for scoring crucial goals made him one of Bayern's most dangerous attacking threats.

  4. Philipp Lahm (Defender/Midfielder): Lahm's versatility and leadership qualities were invaluable to Bayern. He provided stability in defense and contributed to the team's buildup play from midfield.

  5. Bastian Schweinsteiger (Midfielder): Schweinsteiger's passing range, vision, and ability to control the midfield played a significant role in Bayern's success that season.

  6. Thomas Müller (Forward): Müller's intelligence, movement off the ball, and goal-scoring instincts made him a key contributor to Bayern's attack.

  7. Mario Mandzukic (Forward): Mandzukic's physical presence, aerial ability, and work rate were vital in leading Bayern's attacking line.

  8. David Alaba (Defender/Midfielder): Alaba's versatility, energy, and technical skills were crucial in both defensive and attacking phases of the game.

  9. Jérôme Boateng (Defender): Boateng's strength, defensive solidity, and ability to play out from the back were essential to Bayern's defensive line.

  10. Dante (Defender): Dante's leadership, aerial prowess, and defensive skills provided stability to Bayern's backline.

  11. Javi Martínez (Midfielder/Defender): Martínez's versatility allowed him to play in midfield or defense, providing physicality, defensive cover, and ball-winning ability.

  12. Xherdan Shaqiri (Midfielder/Winger): Shaqiri's pace, dribbling, and ability to create chances added depth to Bayern's attacking options.

  13. Mario Götze (Midfielder/Forward): Götze's technical skills, dribbling ability, and versatility made him a valuable asset in midfield and attack.

  14. Rafinha (Defender): Rafinha provided depth in the full-back position and contributed defensively and offensively when called upon.

  15. Toni Kroos (Midfielder): Kroos' passing range, vision, and ability to dictate play from midfield were important for Bayern's possession-based style of play.

  16. Daniel van Buyten (Defender): Van Buyten's experience and aerial prowess provided depth and stability in Bayern's defensive options.

  17. Claudio Pizarro (Forward): Pizarro's experience, positioning, and goal-scoring instincts made him a valuable backup option in the forward line.


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