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Kevin De Bruyne’s role as the heart of Wolfsburg

by Bobby Gardiner

Wolfsburg’s 4-1 demolition of Bayern Munich at the end of January sent shock waves through the football world, announcing Wolfsburg to the neutrals who hadn’t yet noticed their success this ...

Will Stindl Signing Shove Mönchengladbach Forward?

by Conor Garratt

Last Friday, we officially reached spring, a time of improving weather, longer hours of daylight, and in the past few years, a time of increased transfer activity from Borussia Mönchengladbach. ...

A Journey off the Beaten Track to Unterhaching

by Rick Joshua

Having booked my trip to Munich to see FC Bayern take on Borussia Mönchengladbach at the Allianz Arena, I started to consider my schedule for the weekend. With Bayern playing ...

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Insipid Bayern ridden roughshod by well-drilled Foals

by Rick Joshua

This week’s report was always going to be a little different, with ...

Far From Over: Nürnberg’s Latest Pilgrimage in the Bundesliga 2 Desert

by Travis Timmons

No other clubs has “yo-yoed” between the top flight and Bundesliga 2 ...

Jonas Hector Returns to German National Team Service

by Randall Hauk

For this Wednesday’s test against Australia in Kaiserslautern and Sunday’s EM-qualification match ...

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Borussia Mönchengladbach brilliant in beating Bayern

by Conor Garratt

Another vintage performance by Borussia Mönchengladbach, spurred on by a compact defence and two goals from their Brazilian forward Raffael, secured an absolutely invaluable trio of points on a memorable evening at the Allianz Arena. Despite travelling to a team who had only lost once all season, and had only ever lost once at home […]

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Week 26: Schalke’s CL aspirations take a setback

by Tim Snoddon

Bayer 04 Leverkusen 1-0 FC Schalke 04 The dark cloud is looming for Schalke fans. The mountains are forming that now seem too large to climb for there to be any Ruhr Valley representation in the Champions League next year. Schalke’s home defeat against Leverkusen puts Schalke well back of the top four (six points […]

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Gladbach stamp out Bayern: Raffael’s double shocks Bayern

by Jack Grimse

Allianz Arena, Munich Bayern Munich lost at home for the first time this season. Raffael finished off two excellent counter attacks, and Yann Sommer made some important saves for Borussia Mönchengladbach, as the Foals shocked Bayern in Munich. However, during the first half, Arjen Robben was forced off after a heavy tackle from Tony Jantschke, […]

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Stuttgart defeat Eintracht 3-1 to get first home win since September

by Jack Grimse

Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart, Germany Two goals in three minutes from Daniel Ginczek powered VfB Stuttgart to a massive home win over Eintracht Frankfurt. After not conceding despite being outplayed in the first half, they came back from a 1-0 deficit to take the points. Having last won at home on September 27th, VfB Stuttgart came […]

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Werder held after late Köln penalty

by Mathew Burt

Werder Bremen came within two minutes of taking all three points at the Rhein-Energie Stadion against 1FC Köln Saturday, only for a Matthias Lehmann penalty to hand the Geisböcke a deserved share of the spoils.  After a heavy home loss to Bayern last week the Grün-Weißen were keen on getting back to winning ways against […]

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Late Langkamp goal gives Hertha a much-needed win against 10-man Hamburg

by Jack Grimse

Imtech Arena, Hamburg Hamburger SV allowed themselves to be dragged down further into the mire of the Bundesliga’s relegation race Friday night. After failing to exploit numerous early opportunities, a late red card gave visitors Hertha Berlin the chance to take advantage – and that’s exactly what the club from the capital did. Pál Dárdai’s […]

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Breisgau Bulletin: We Can Only Go Up From Here

by Adrian Sertl

When last we checked in with SC Freiburg three weeks ago, they were sitting in 17th place on 22 points, with only local rivals VfB Stuttgart below them in the league table. Fast-forwarding to the present, the only two things that have changed are that they’ve conceded five more goals and added three more losses […]

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Werder Watch: Looking for a Post-Bayern Bounceback

by Mathew Burt

Well it came as no great surprise that Werder lost at home to Bayern last Saturday. It was a case of “what could have been” after two good early chances went begging before the Bavarians took control and racked up four unanswered goals. The dismal run against Bayern goes on and makes very depressing reading […]

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Fortuna Düsseldorf: Lifeless in Leipzig

by Andrew Mattheisen

Fortuna Düsseldorf vs RB Leipzig March 16th 2015 With Dusseldorf’s promotion chances seeming to dwindle late in the season, Fortuna entered the game in Leipzig hunting for a much needed three points. Recent performances have seen Fortuna miss out on an abundance of points due to defensive woes. Düsseldorf came into the match needing to find […]

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Wolfsburg Advances to Europa League Quarterfinals

by Gerry Wittmann

Thank you, Dieter Hecking. The knockout stages of this year’s European competitions have not been kind to Bundesliga clubs, and these last few weeks have been kind of a drag for boosters of Germany’s domestic league.  Only Bayern Munich will represent German football in the quarterfinals of Champions League play, as Schalke, Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia […]

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