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Time for Klopp and Dortmund to prove their worth

by David Morris

If you take a look at the betting markets every time a top club sacks their manager, there is one name you can guarantee will be among the favourites to take over. Jurgen Klopp has been building his reputation over the past five or so years, combining his excellent managerial abilities with his enigmatic and […]

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Obstacles on Germany’s Road to Euro 2016: Are there grounds for panic?

by Rick Joshua

This article was originally published on SchwarzUndWeiss.co.uk. When the draw was made for the Euro 2016 qualifiers, nobody would be questioning Germany’s dominance. Even before their World Cup triumph in Brazil, their place in France would be more or less guaranteed. There would be little to fear in three opening matches against Scotland, Poland and […]

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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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FC Augsburg 2-3 Borussia Dortmund: Klopp’s Side Survive Late Scare

by Ryan O'Grady

Two early goals from Reus and Sokratis as well as a tap in from new boy Adrián Ramos were just enough for Borussia Dortmund to see plucky FC Augsburg off. In a seemingly comfortable position with 10 minutes to go with the score at 3-0 to BVB, two late goals from the home side brought […]

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Season Preview 2014-2015: Borussia Dortmund

by Travis Timmons

Nickname: die Schwarzgelben (The Black-Yellows) Founded: 19 December 1909 Club colors: yellow and black Primary Rivals: FC Schalke 04 (traditional) and Bayern Munich (recently), Fan Friendship: 1.FC Köln Trophies: Domestic Champion (8): 1955-56, 1956-57, 1962-63, 1994-95, 1995-96, 2001-02, 2010-11, 2011-12. DFB Cup Winner (3): 1964-65, 1988-89, 2011-12. DFB/DFL Supercup (5): 1989, 1995, 1996, 2013, 2014. UEFA Champions […]

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Five players who could replace Marco Reus

by Niklas Wildhagen

Marco Reus has been ruled out of the World Cup after catching an injury in the last friendly ahead of the World Cup. Now that Jogi Löw has to replace one of his key players, he has many options at hand who could fill in for Reus. But who should he pick and what considerations […]

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Big Win Against Armenia Comes at Huge Cost for Löw and Germany

by Cristian Nyari

Germany had one of their most impressive showings on Friday, beating Armenia convincingly 6-1 in Mainz in their last preparation match before taking off to Brazil. The team showed the attacking verve and dynamism that Low was looking for during their preparation and Miroslav Klose also set a landmark, breaking Gerd Muller’s 40-year-old record and […]

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25 Best Bundesliga Players 2013/14: 5-1

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

And here we are. The five best players in the Bundesliga during the 2013-14 season.  Most of these won’t come as a surprise and not enough can be said about their contribution this season. An up and coming defender who is on the verge of becoming world class, the league’s best out-and-out striker, a dynamic […]

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Looking Back at the Pokal Semifinal: Borussia Dortmund vs. VfL Wolfsburg

by Cassidy Gabriel

To describe the atmosphere within Signal Iduna Park last Tuesday is a task best-left to the truly, veritably eloquent. However, pictures do speak a thousand words; the digital camera roll of a particularly well-positioned in-stadium supporter attending last week’s DFB-Pokal semi-final between Borussia Dortmund and VfL Wolfsburg would likely paint an exquisite story of the 2-0 finish for the […]

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Dortmund exit Europe on high after emphatic win against Madrid

by Mark Lovell

Not quite the wondrous miracle that few actually expected but high-drama all the same. Real’s players joyfully celebrated the 2-0 defeat at the final whistle as they might when winning ‘El Clasico’ in the Nou Camp, Barcelona. Games can change on fine margins and Real clearly struggled to come to terms with Angel di Maria’s […]

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