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The Great German Project

May 10, 2011 Niklas Wildhagen 4

Earlier this week Niklas Wildhagen wrote a piece about the UEFA financial fair play rules and what this means for the likes of Hoffenheim. This week’s special treat for you is a piece that was […]

Bundesliga 2010-2011: The Final Three Weeks

April 29, 2011 Kurt Duncan 1

There are only three weekends of this very unpredictable Bundesliga season left.  Who’s still playing for a prize, who’s offically out of it, and who’s playing to stay in the league? While no one has been mathematically eliminated […]

The Bundesliga: A League Gone Mad ?

March 16, 2011 Gerry Wittmann 5

In a move that surprised few, FC Schalke 04 announced Wednesday the dismissal of Head Coach Felix Magath.  Magath was scheduled to attend a meeting with the club’s supervisory board Wednesday morning but did not show […]

DFB Pokal Cup QuarterFinals this Week

January 25, 2011 Gerry Wittmann 0

The field of DFB Pokal Cup has been winnowed down to eight remaining teams from the 64 teams initially involved.  Tuesday’s matchup will feature two 1. Bundesliga clubs. FC Schalke 04 and 1. FC Nurnberg, doing battle, while Wednesday’s […]

Bundesliga Training Camp Match Results

January 9, 2011 Gerry Wittmann 0

  Bayern Munich Triumph; Robben and Badstuber Back, Gustavo Debuts FC Bayern Munich won its friendly with Qatar club Al Warkah Saturday 4-0, as Thomas Muller, Bastian Schweinsteriger, Daniel van Buyten and Hamit Altintop all scored second half goals.  More […]

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