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Picking up the Scent – Wolfsburg close in on the Pack Leaders

by Adrian Sertl

 The end of the Hinrunde came at a terrible time for VfL Wolfsburg as they ended the first half of the current Bundesliga season on a streak of 9 matches unbeaten, the best run of its kind in the league for any team not named Bayern München.  This incredible run of form saw Die Wölfe […]

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Christian Clemens – Taking His Talents to the Bundesliga?

by Randall Hauk

The 3:0 loss suffered by 1. FC Köln at the hands of FC Kaiserslautern last Friday has had more repercussions than just removing Köln from their place among the top three less than a week after achieving the position for the first time all season. As much as fans of the Effzeh would likely prefer […]

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A Look at the Downfall of Werder Bremen

by Josh Ilan

It is hard to believe that it was only eight-and-a-half years ago when Werder Bremen won a historic league and cup double, the first in their history. This was achieved under the tutelage of long-serving manager Thomas Schaaf, who is coming under increasing pressure after his beloved Werder’s lacklustre underachievement this season. With the vast […]

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Werder Bremen: What Could Have Been and How They Get Back There

by Chase Ruttig

In the early to late 00‘s and recently up until this summer Werder Bremen was a hot bed for top Bundesliga talent. Miroslav Klose, Per Mertesacker, Mesut Özil, Claudio Pizarro, Marco Marin and to a lesser extent players like Naldo and Hugo Almeida led Bremen to varied amounts of success in the past decade. Winning […]

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Kevin De Bruyne, Can Werder Keep Him? Can They Afford to Let Him Go Back?

by Andrew Smith

This season Werder Bremen has been nothing but mid-table, rising no higher than 7th, but never really being in the relegation discussion as they haven’t dropped below 13th so far. Many clubs would be pleased with this, but Bremen won the league as recently as the 2003-2004 season and have finished 2nd for the Meisterschale to […]

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Hinrunde Review: Dawn of a New Era in Wolfsburg

by Gerry Wittmann

And so it begins.  A new era dawns in Wolfsburg. The transition of the one-man rule of Felix Magath at VfL Wolfsburg is now finished, as former Werder Bremen Sporting Director Klaus Allofs was hired in November and Dieter Hecking was brought in over winter break from 1. FC Nürnberg to run the club on the […]

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Hinrunde Review: Schaaf’s Werder back to its entertaining ways, but not healed

by Niklas Wildhagen

The last couple of seasons under Thomas Schaaf have been a trying time both for the longest-serving coach in the league and the fans of the green and whites. Whilst the defense turned out to be as leaky as it ever was, Werder didn’t manage to live up to their reputation of scoring goals left, […]

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Thomas Eichin replaces Klaus Allofs As Sporting Director At Werder Bremen

by Cristian Nyari

After a long search, Werder Bremen have finally found the man to replace long time sporting director Klaus Allofs who left for Wolfsburg in November in former Borussia Mönchengladbach and Nürnberg player Thomas Eichin. The 46 year old is not going into the job blind and has experience managing a team but surprisingly it isn’t […]

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Dieter Hecking appointed Wolfsburg manager

by Josh Ilan

VfL Wolfsburg have announced the appointment of 1 FC Nürnberg coach Dieter Hecking as team manager.  Hecking, 48, had coached Der Club since December, 2009, amassing a 42-23-47 record.  The native of Castrop-Rauxel, in the Ruhr Valley area, began his coaching career in 2000 with SC Verl following a 17 year playing career, and also managed VfB Lübeck, […]

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Köstner and Allofs clean up Magath’s mess in Wolfsburg

by Ben Loder

Around two months ago, I wrote a piece criticising Felix Magath’s transfer policy and suggesting he might be on his way out of Wolfsburg. Six weeks after Magath’s departure, much has changed both on and off the field. In the end, Felix Magath found himself caught between the old and the new at Wolfsburg. He was […]

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