Should Borussia Dortmund Stick with Erik Durm?

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With the opening of the transfer window, clubs will have had their work cut out for them. This is especially true for Borussia Dortmund, last season’s Bundesliga runners-up. The Ruhr Valley side have already seen stalwarts Mats Hummels signing with rival Bayern Munich and İlkay Gündoğan sign with Manchester City. Dortmund have added Emre Mor, Sebastian Rode, Marc Batra and Ousmane Dembele in […]

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German politics and football – They’ve always been mixed together

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Keeping politics out of football has become an increasingly popular demand these days. It’s about the beautiful game, the passion for what is happening on the pitch and the individuals who are involved at the different clubs some people will tell you. And sometimes football might just be that. However, to believe that the football being played in the Bundesliga […]

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A week in racist football news – The Ungerman national team and Özil the muslim

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The German politician Alexander Gauland was at the end of a media shitstorm when he decided to state in an interview that many Germans wouldn’t like to live next door to Jerome Boateng. However, after the media had a field day at the cost of the Alternative for Germany(AfD) politician, the 75-year-old decided to offer an apology. Gauland stated that […]

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A week in racist football news – Ungerman chocolate and Boateng the unwanted neighbour

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The Kinder Schokoladenriegel is among Germany’s favourite chocolate treats. Usually, the candy bar is sold in packages featuring a kid that has remarkable similarities to Julian Nagelsmann, but the makers of the candy bar had decided to do something special ahead of the upcoming EUROs. Ferrero put childhood photos of eleven current German internationals on their boxes in order to […]

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