Following that, i also created a new blog, which was to follow on the same trash talk satire bullshit that usually hits my mind on gloomy days. I certainly would have wished to add it all to my current blog , but as i do not post such stuff here, decided that it was finally a time to create a new blog for football. And so Berni's blog was created. http://berniandbayern.blogspot.in/
Monday, May 12, 2014
Following Bayern's exit from the champions league, there was a lot of flak being aimed on the team. The coach and players were criticized to a great extent. Even Bayern fans were in a panic mode and a lot of thrash talk was seemingly becoming quite a routine on the Bayern facebook groups. Adding to the dismay, Bild and Goal.com were in the forefront in daily aricles being published on the topic of discontent amongst the players. From Javi Martinez to Goetze, From Thomas Muller to Shaqiri, from Kroos to Mandzukic, apparently everyone were on the verge of leaving Bayern. Dismayed by the constant bullshit , i wrote a satire article, that even Bayern's official mascot Bernie, wants to leave the club. Little did i know that the article would turn out to be a big hit. Within 24 hours the page already had 400 plus page views. The response i recieved was overwhelming.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
|A dejected Berni and Dante try to console each other|
The mascot of FC Bayern Munich, Berni has admitted that he is unhappy with his current situation at Bayern Munich.
"Of course I am not happy with my current situation," Berni was quoted as saying by Bild.
"Everyone seems to be unhappy nowadays, everyone wants to leave, so how can i stay behind?. So even i contacted Bild and Goal.com to inform them that i have had enough. My time at Bayern has come to an end, so to write a story about me aswell"
Berni took over from his predecessor Bazi back in 2004 and has now been with the club since the last 10 years. "When i joined back then, everything was so good. i was an instant hit. Everyone loved me, but things are different now. Even the players feel the same, everyday new bandwagnors join in and try to be a pundit. I have had enough of football itself"
The versatile mascot is no longer an undisputed star under Pep Guardiola.
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has suggested that the Bundesliga champions would consider letting go of Berni this summer if the mascot were to demand a transfer.
"If anyone does not feel well at Bayern Munich, he should come to my office," the FCB chief was quoted as saying by Bild. "We will have to talk about things like that."
Berni now joins Kroos, Javi Martinez, Shaqiri, Goetze, Muller etc in the list of players willing to leave the crises hit Bayern.
Manchester United are supposedly closely monitoring the mascots situation as a potential replacement to former coach David Moyes