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Borussia Dortmund: Finally Some Good News

by Gerry Wittmann

It’s been a trying start to the Bundesliga season for Jürgen Klopp and Borussia Dortmund.  The normally high-flying Schwarzgelben, though doing well in Champions League and Pokal play, have been grounded thus far in league action, riddled with player injuries. Dortmund are mired in the bottom half of the Bundesliga table, on seven points, with only two league […]

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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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Bundesliga Quiz – #3 Edition

by Niklas Wildhagen

Have you been following all the Bundesliga news closely lately? Put your knowledge to the test in an all new quiz.

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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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Roberto Di Matteo – A Good Manager, a Great Man

by David Morris

Roberto Di Matteo is very much one of football’s managerial curiosities. The Swiss-born former Italian international went from managing English League One side MK Dons to a Champions League winner with Chelsea in under four years. And yet no sooner had he won the trophy Roman Abramovich had been craving for nearly a decade, he […]

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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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Karim Bellarbi the lone newcomer to Joachim Löw’s national squad selection

by Randall Hauk

There were no real shock selections Tuesday when Joachim Löw announced his squad for Germany’s upcoming pair of Euro 2016 qualification matches, though Joachim Löw will have a pair of new faces among his crew during the international break. Bayer Leverkusen’s Karim Bellarabi, who rose to notoriety in the first match day of the season […]

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Schalke vs. Maribor – EU regulations put ref in a pickle

by Niklas Wildhagen

Tonight’s match in the Champions League is a must win for the Royal Blues, as their opponents NK Maribor have been deemed the pushovers of Schalke’s Champions League group. However, ever since the German Technical Certification and Inspection Association(TÜV) released its report about the free kick spray used by referees all around Europe this game has […]

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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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Timo Hildbrand makes surprise return to the Bundesliga

by Jody Strauch

Former Schalke 04 goalkeeper Timo Hildebrand was picked up this week in a surprise move by Eintracht Frankfurt. SGE will be without the services of their number 1, Kevin Trapp, who will be out for several months after seriously injuring his ankle in the game against Mainz 05 on Tuesday. Trapp was to undergo surgery […]

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