Wanton Robbery Can Save Bayern Munich’s Season

Holland World Cup winger ARJEN ROBBEN (left) and France World Cup winger FRANCK RIBERY each notched a goal for German Bundesliga club BAYERN MUNICH in the grueling UEFA Champions League semifinal tie with Spanish La Liga giant Real Madrid that finished level 3-3 on aggregate and needed to be decided on penalty kicks.

The Bundesliga has been lost to North Rhine-Westphalia rival Borussia Dortmund. And the Deutscher Fussball Bund Pokalfinale was ceded in disappointing fashion to die Schwarzgelben at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, as well. But, proud BAYERN MUNICH still have the chance to come good for this 2011/12 season by delivering all of Europe’s biggest trophy with a victory over visiting English side FC CHELSEA in the UEFA Champions League Final at the Allianz Arena in Bavaria today.

Now, there is an old expression that states crime does not pay. In a best case scenario for Bayern Munich, however, rampant and uncontrolled Robbery would only bring about the continent’s greatest reward for professional football. Surely, the Bavarians could use a few goals either scored or created by the dynamic duo of France World Cup winger FRANCK RIBERY and Holland World Cup winger ARJEN ROBBEN.

The Fabulous Frenchman and Dangerous Dutchman each managed to bulge the back of the net in the Final of the German Cup but would find even greater joy with a strike against FC Chelsea in front of the home fans today. It should be remembered that both have been in the ultimate match of the UEFA Champions League with Bayern Munich before but were denied lasting glory. And now, an entire campaign hangs in the balance …


Bayern Munich winger ARJEN ROBBEN, who has earned 54 international caps and registered 17 goals for the Netherlands in his career, spent three seasons with English Premier League outfit FC Chelsea and scored 19 goals in 105 matches in all competitions for the London-based club before being sold to Spanish La Liga juggernaut Real Madrid for 35.0 million Euros in August of 2007; the 28-year-old Dangerous Dutchman could score a 20th goal of this 2011/12 season for his current Bavarian employers with an emphatic strike today at the Allianz Arena against his former paymasters in the Final of the UEFA Champions League.


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