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Team doctor Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt quits as crisis at FC Bayern deepens

by Rick Joshua

It doesn’t just rain, it pours. At least this is the thought circling in Munich today. With the team just about back in Germany following the frustrating, disjointed and at times traumatic encounter in Porto news would break about the departure of one of the longest-serving members of the FC Bayern family, Dr. Hans-Wilhelm Müller-Wohlfahrt. […]

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BVB Bulletin: Klopp to Step Down at Season End

by Travis Timmons

The bolt came from the softest of spring skies: Jürgen Klopp is stepping down at Borussia Dortmund. The news was announced during a special press conference today in Dortmund. Klopp will remain coach until the season’s end. In technical terms, the club is allowing Klopp to end his contract early, which tied him to the club until 2018. […]

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Last roll of the dice – Can Bruno Labbadia save HSV from relegation?

by Niklas Wildhagen

Once again, it’s been a tumultuous season for HSV – from start to finish. During the summer, the club had seemingly found its confidence again. The introduction of the “HSV Plus” concept was meant to change the club from being a sleeping giant with structural issues to becoming once again a team that could finish higher […]

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Patrick Herrmann Extends his Commitment to Gladbach

by Conor Garratt

Patrick Herrmann today put pen to paper on another long-term contract at Borussia Mönchengladbach, renewing his current deal, which expired in 2016, until 2019. With the new deal, Herrmann becomes only the latest in a string of players to sign long-term contracts with the club – following Tony Jantschke last year as well as Granit […]

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Werder Watch: Looking for a Post-Bayern Bounceback

by Mathew Burt

Well it came as no great surprise that Werder lost at home to Bayern last Saturday. It was a case of “what could have been” after two good early chances went begging before the Bavarians took control and racked up four unanswered goals. The dismal run against Bayern goes on and makes very depressing reading […]

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Werder Watch: Goals, cards, awards, contracts, oh…and Bayern

by Mathew Burt

After successive defeats including an embarrassing exit from the Cup at the hands of Dritte Liga side Arminia Bielefeld, it was back to winning ways for Werder last weekend as they downed SC Freiburg at the Schwarzwald Stadion. ‘Werder Watch’ takes a look at the latest happenings on the banks of the Weser. Di Santo- […]

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Werder Watch: First the ups and the now the downs

by Mathew Burt

Okay, so the fantastic start to the Rückrunde couldn’t last forever and the Grün-Weißen had to lose at some time, but with back-to-back defeats and an exit from the DFB Pokal in midweek, a return to winning ways is needed to keep the upward momentum going. Two Losses- nah und? The home loss to Wolfsburg […]

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Borussia Mönchengladbach Sign Youth Goalkeeper Moritz Nicolas

by Conor Garratt

Borussia Mönchengladbach have announced the signing of seventeen year old youth goalkeeper Moritz Nicolas from Rot-Weiss Essen, effective from the beginning of the 2015/16 season. Nicolas, who stands at 195 centimetres tall ( 6”4), is expected to play for both Borussia’s under 19s and under 23s in the new season.  Currently the native of Gladbeck, […]

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Qatarstrophe – Streich slams FIFA bosses

by Niklas Wildhagen

Freiburg coach Christian Streich has gotten famous over the years for his outbursts on the sidelines and his hilarious press conferences. The way he has handled the press over the years has grown so popular, the local paper Badische Zeitung has even decided to put videos of entire press conferences online. Within all the marvelous […]

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Van der Vaart’s drawn out goodbye – The story of a disappointing end

by Niklas Wildhagen

He should have been one of the last missing pieces of the puzzle when Hamburger SV purchased him back in 2012. Rafael van der Vaart was the long-lost son of the HSV fans and he finally made a return to the Imtech Arena on the last day of the transfer window during the 2012/13 season. The […]

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