Munich - Off the Ball, bundesliga.com's weekday feature, casts an eye over some of the offbeat and occasionally controversial tales to have emerged from Germany's top flight sides.

This week, gives his reaction to being left on the bench on Matchday 19, Armin Veh reveals he had no qualms whatsoever (sort of) about handing Felix Wiedwald his first-team debut against the record champions, and we hear about a new addition to the Benaglio household.

After being left out of Bayern's emphatic 5-0 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt, Thomas Müller told kicker.de that he doesn't expect Pep Guardiola to change his squad rotation policy anytime soon. "Every member of our squad will be left on the bench at some stage this season," said the 24-year-old. "We started with a different XI every week during the Hinrunde. It should give us peace of mind that we have so many fantastic players in our squad."

is unlikely to forget his Frankfurt debut in a hurry. An injury to first-choice keeper meant the 23-year-old stopper was called into action in the 77th minute at the Allianz Arena on Saturday, and Eagles coach Armin Veh admitted he became a little nervous when Trapp was forced to leave the field. "[Wiedwald] has shown in the past that we can rely on him, but my heart skipped a couple of beats when Trapp injured himself," said Veh afterwards. That'll boost his confidence, Armin!

VfL Wolfsburg may not have had the best of starts to the second half of the 2013/14 campaign, but Wolves keeper still had reason to celebrate following Matchday 19's "disappointing" defeat to FC Schalke 04 at the Veltins Arena, after his wife Nadin gave birth to a baby girl, Nala, in the early hours of Monday morning. Congratulations on your new arrival Diego!