056 2018/wk40 - Run, Jonas, Run

Vollraute abroad takes a look at Gladbach’s performances up to the second break for the national squad fixtures: the last of several convincing performances saw the Foals take all three points from Bayern Munich (3-0) at the Allianz-Arena – the highest defeat for Bayern at home since 2005 and the first away win for Borussia since February! Manuel highlights the outstanding players of recent weeks and how the 4-3-3 system have changed things for better for coach Dieter Hecking. On third place, Gladbach will host Mainz at home after the international break to take a sweep at leaders Borussia Dortmund.

Credit: Intro/Outro-Musik von Nomoredolls, Electric Sheep, http://www.jamendo.com/de/track/275278/electric-sheep
Topic-Jingle: Apple/Garageband
Thanks to Ibo Traoré :-)

048 2017/wk13 - The Foals Train stands still

After several great wins, the Foals train came to a stand-still, losing 1-2 to Hamburg and 0-1 at home to top-of-the-league Bayern Munich. In between more disappointment, as Borussia crashed out of the Europa League against Schalke. A 2-2 draw at home saw Gladbach being eliminated on away goals after the 1-1 at Schalke. A tough Saturday night ‘Spitzenspiel’ lies now ahead of the team of Dieter Hecking. Manuel talks you through the matches.

Credit: Intro/Outro-Musik von Nomoredolls, Electric Sheep, http://www.jamendo.com/de/track/275278/electric-sheep
Topic-Jingle: Apple/Garageband
Thanks to Ibo Traoré :-)

041 2016/wk43 - A night to remember

The ups and downs continue with Borussia Mönchengladbach, a frustrating 0-0 draw against ten-men Hamburg, missing two (!) penalties, was followed by a fantastic away performance in the Champions League. André Schubert’s side silenced Celtic-Park with two second half goals – a night to remember for the Gladbach crowd in Glasgow. Back in the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich proved too big for Borussia, leaving no doubt that their spell of four games without victory against the Foals would end this time. The 2-0 for Bayern was even flattering for an absent Borussia, leaving the club stalled on tenth position in the League. Manuel talks you through the week and previews the next four matches quickly, as Borussia now has another CL-match against Celtic, the second round in the German cup and two Bundesliga Friday night meets with Frankfurt and high-flying Hertha Berlin.

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Credit: Intro/Outro-Musik von Nomoredolls, Electric Sheep, http://www.jamendo.com/de/track/275278/electric-sheep
Topic-Jingle: Apple/Garageband
Thanks to Ibo Traoré :-)

033 2016/wk18 - Hahn in the limelight

Back from two disappointing away losses, Borussia beats Hoffenheim 3-1 and even gets a well-deserved “bonus” points at the Allianz-Arena, drawing to designated Champions Bayern Munich 1-1. Manuel talks you through the matches, gives a farewell to Rooooooel Brouwers before discussing further transfer rumors and the upcoming clash with Bayer Leverkusen.

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Credit: Intro/Outro-Musik von Nomoredolls, Electric Sheep
Topic-Jingle: Apple/Garageband
Thanks to Ibra Traoré :-)

021 2015/wk51 - Ups and downs

A week with lots of ups and downs: First, Gladbach defeated Bayern Munich in a true Bundesliga upset 3-1, the first loss for Bayern of the entire season, when a few days later a 2-1 lead to Manchester City was converted into a 2-4 loss within six minutes, as the Blues sealed Borussia’s exit from European football for the season. On the back of Champions-League elimination, Bayer Leverkusen then shocked André Schuberts side, beating the Foals 5-0 in what was in turn the fist defeat for Schubert as Gladbach coach in the Bundesliga.

Guest: Conor Garratt (Twitter: @Kohlsalat)
Credit: Intro/Outro-Musik von Nomoredolls, Electric Sheep
Topic-Jingle: Apple/Garageband
Thanks to Ibra Traoré :-)

020 2015/wk49 - Still Unbeaten

Still unbeaten in the Bundesliga under now-headcoach André Schubert and a convincing 4-2 against Sevilla in the Champions League, keeping Borussia
in the race for 3rd place in the group to qualify for the Europa League. A hard-fought 2-1 victory over Hannover 96 was followed by a 3-3 thriller at Hoffenheim, where goals from Josip Drmic and Fabian Johnson brought Gladbach back from being 1-3 down. Manuel talks you through the matches, before previewing the upcoming classic against Champions Bayern Munich at Borussia-Park and the last CL-group stage match away to Manchester City.

 

Credit: Intro/Outro-Musik von Nomoredolls, Electric Sheep
Topic-Jingle: Apple/Garageband
Thanks to Ibra Traoré :-)

001 2015/wk13 - Hello World

This is the very first episode of our new podcast format “vollraute abroad”. All Gladbach news, in one podcast, in english for all you Borussia Moenchengladbach supporters and friends all over the world who are not familiar with the german language but want to be up to date with a summary of the latest news around our beloved club.

Your host: Manuel Breuer

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Music:
Intro/Outro: Plastic3
Topic-Jingle: Apple/Garageband