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2. Bundesliga’s 20 Brightest Talents: Part IV

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

Here’s the final part of our series featuring the 20 biggest talents in the 2. Bundesliga. In case you missed them or would like to revisit them: Part I, Part II, and Part III. Kevin Kraus (22) – 1. FC Heidenheim The newly promoted side Heidenheim are currently playing some of the finest football in the […]

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2. Bundesliga’s 20 Brightest Talents: Part III

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

Part III of our series takes a closer look at four midfielders and a goalkeeping talent from one of the finest goalkeeping schools in Germany. Tom Weilandt (22) – SpVgg Greuther Fürth Right now thing could be going a lot better at Hansa Rostock, but their youth work has been exceptional over the years. Weilandt […]

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Bundesliga 2’s 20 brightest talents: Part II

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

We continue our run down of the 20 brightest talents in the Bundesliga 2. If you missed part I of our series click here. Enjoy! Julian Weigl (19), 1860 Munich Weigl has had a very eventful time in his first 9 months with the 1860 senior side. The central midfielder first broke into the side […]

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Bundesliga 2’s 20 brightest talents: Part I

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

Over the last few seasons the Bundesliga has established itself as the league producing a lot of home grown talents, and players such as Mario Götze and Julian Draxler have caught the eyes of the international press. However, as it turns out the clubs one tier below the Bundesliga are also doing a bang up […]

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Getting tickets on the sheep – Four tickets for the match between Paderborn and Dortmund needed

by Niklas Wildhagen

Getting your hands on tickets for Paderborn matches used to be a lot easier back when the team was playing in the 2. Bundesliga. Last season, the Benteler Arena was visited by 10,998 spectators on average. Since the club from East-Westphalia has gained promotion, matches have usually been sold out. The upcoming tie against Borussia […]

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Hit and Miss – Flop XI of German national team players never to be seen again

by Niklas Wildhagen

What do Karim Bellarabi, Christian Günter, Erik Durm, Maximilian Arnold, Sebastian Jung, André Hahn, Oliver Sorg, Shkodran Mustafi, Leon Goretzka, Max Meyer, Antonio Rüdiger, Christop Kramer, Sebastian Rudy, Kevin Volland, and Matthias Ginter all have in common? All of them made their debut for the German national team in 2014. Of the 73 players who […]

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The 10 Best Signings of the 2014-15 Season

by Niklas Wildhagen

Nearly one-third of the Bundesliga season has been played. Teams like Wolfsburg and Borussia Mönchengladbach have tried to shake up things on the transfer market in order to upset the natural balance of a top four which hasn’t been changing an awful lot over recent seasons. Meanwhile, newly promoted sides Köln and Paderborn have tried […]

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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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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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Bundesliga Fanatic XI – players still looking for a new home

by Niklas Wildhagen

What happens if a team is struck by an injury crisis right now? The transfer window is closed, leaving clubs of the top three divisions little room to react to unforeseen losses to injury like the one Eintracht Frankfurt suffered when Kevin Trapp was injured in a match against Mainz. There is, however, one little […]

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