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Hakan Çalhanoglu speaks up in a memorable interview

by Niklas Wildhagen

The German TV-Show Das Aktuelle Sportstudio has been on the air since 1963. In the beginning, the minds behind the concept tried whatever they saw fit, producing some of the most memorable moments in the history of German sports journalism. Over the years, however, the program has drifted into a feel good show more concerned […]

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Hapless Bremen hit for six in stunning Bayern display

by Rick Joshua

After a busy international break it would be back to domestic Bundesliga action, and in front of a packed Allianz Arena FC Bayern would turn out a sparkling performance against old foes Werder Bremen. Ahead of the upcoming journey to Rome and what will arguably be the toughest game of the season so far, table-proppers […]

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Gareth Bale and 10 other superstars who nearly signed for a Bundesliga club

by Niklas Wildhagen

“What could have been?” is a question many Hamburg fans are asking themselves. Their club has never managed to get back to their successful ways of the 1980’s and has been going from crisis to crisis over the last few years. On Saturday. it was revealed that Die Rothosen missed out on the chance to sign […]

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FIFA 15 – How does the Bundesliga compare to other leagues?

by Muhammad Mustafa Tousif

There are two kinds of football lovers: those who follow the real game and those who actually love football’s virtual format, like football video games. As the years have passed, the virtual format has redefined its image and become more realistic and up to date than ever. The most popular of all the football video […]

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The Roger Schmidt way

by Lee Scott

This article was originally published on theoriginalcoach.com. Part of Europe’s new breed of young, exciting coaches, Roger Schmidt is creating waves in Germany with his exciting brand of attacking football at Bayer Leverkusen. Lee Scott break down his tactics. Bayer 04 Leverkusen are a difficult club to categorise. As a club founded by employees of […]

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Catching Up with the Americans in Germany

by Elizabeth Eckhart

Though the US still has a long way to go before being considered an elite competitor within international soccer, there are a few notable players taking a very unique route to better the country’s collective game. Following the advice of famous US manager Jürgen Klinsmann, who has encouraged, and much prefers, players who have been […]

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Frankfurt Derby Double, Part 1. Eintracht Frankfurt v 1. FSV Mainz 05, 23/9/2014.

by Nick Brown

This article was originally published on the Adventures in Bundesliga blog. German efficiency. Rewind to the recent World Cup and take a look at any match report or article on Germany’s triumph and I will wager that nine times out of ten, the word efficiency is in there somewhere. German efficiency. The two words are synonymous […]

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Werder Bremen: Crunch Time for Robin Dutt

by Niklas Wildhagen

Werder Bremen had quite a start to the season. During the first three matches the Green and Whites managed to fight back to gain draws from losing positions to get a respectable three points from their matches against Hertha, Hoffenheim and Leverkusen. However, ever since the team lost 4-2 against FC Augsburg things haven’t been […]

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Schalke fire Keller – Di Matteo to take over

by Niklas Wildhagen

Today Schalke 04 confirmed that Jens Keller was relieved off his duties as Schalke coach with immediate effect. The 43-year-old’s tenure at Die Königsblauen has been topsy-turvy from the get go, but somehow the former Stuttgart coach managed to pull off results when it mattered the most. Throughout his entire time at the club there […]

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Robben on song and Lewandowski finds his form as Bayern carve up H96

by Rick Joshua

Following a number of “almost, but not quite there” performances that have defined their season so far, FC Bayern would finally click into gear as the Bundesliga moved into week seven – with sixth-placed Hannover 96 being brushed aside with consummate ease. With Pep Guardiola’s side not quite in top gear Hannover coach Tayfun Korkut […]

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