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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 […]

Bundesliga MatchDay 22: What Did We Learn?

February 14, 2011 Gerry Wittmann 0

Bundesliga MatchDay 22 saw Bayern Munich take out their MatchDay 21 frustrations on Hoffenheim as Die Bayern crushed Hoffenheim 4-0 Saturday,  Bayer Leverkusen took advantage of a recently punchless Eintracht Frankfurt side by the score of 3-0, while 1. FC Nurnberg beat […]

Bundesliga Hinrunde Wrap Up Part VIII

January 10, 2011 Cristian Nyari 0

15. FC St. Pauli Similar to Kaiserslautern, cult club and national favorites St. Pauli share a similar goal, to avoid relegation.  St. Pauli’s greatest deficiency has been their failure to score goals.  With the worst […]

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 […]

DFB Pokal Cup: Excitement and Upsets

December 23, 2010 Gerry Wittmann 0

The final matches in German football in the 2010 calendar year were played Wednesday evening in the DFB Pokal Cup tournament.  Excitement and upsets dominated Wednesday’s action, as Bayern Munich eliminated Bavarian rival VfB Stuttgart in another […]

Hoffenheim, Schalke Advance in DFB Pokal

December 21, 2010 Gerry Wittmann 0

On Tuesday evening, Bundesliga sides 1899 Hoffenheim and Schalke 04 advanced to the round of eight in the DFB Pokal Cup.  Hoffenheim defeated Borussia Monchengladbach 2-0, while Schalke downed 2. Bundesliga side FC Augsburg 1-0 before a packed house at Impuls Arena.  Third […]

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