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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 not quite ready to throw in the towel

by Mark Lovell

Borussia Dortmund retains a small glimmer of hope of overcoming a 3-0 Champions League quarterfinal deficit heading into this week’s home leg, despite last week’s mauling in Madrid. In order to progress to the semifinals, Dortmund must better their magical 4-1 win at home over Real nearly 12 months ago when Polish striker Robert Lewandowski […]

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Ilkay Gündogan’s future up in the air

by Niklas Wildhagen

A lot has been written and said about Mario Götze’s transfer to Bayern during the summer and the forthcoming transfer of Robert Lewandowski from Borussia Dortmund to the Säbener Strasse. Dortmund boss Hans-Joachim Watzke has gone as far as stating that Bayern had set out to destroy the Black and Yellows on the transfer market. […]

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Lewandowski is the past, but who is the future for Dortmund?

by Alex Chaffer

This week brought the news that Borussia Dortmund fans had been expecting, but ultimately dreading, for the last few months. Robert Lewandowski agreed to a 5-year deal with Bayern Munich, but will spend the rest of the season with Borussia Dortmund before making a summer move to Munich. Luckily for Borussia Dortmund (if you can […]

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Bundesliga News: Bayern Signs Lewandowski and other Transfer News

by Gerry Wittmann

As Bundesliga clubs begin their winter training, the biggest though unsurprising news out of Germany has been the signing of Borussia Dortmund star striker Robert Lewandowski by Bayern Munich.  Lewandowski will continue with Dortmund until the end of the 2013/2014 season before heading to Bavaria to join Pep Guardiola’s championship side.  Meanwhile, FC Augsburg, Eintracht […]

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The Best and Worst in German Football in 2013

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

It has been a great year for German football. The Champions League final this spring featured for the first time in the competition’s history two German teams on the pitch, Bayern have been breaking records left, right and centre and the Bundesliga seems to produce exciting story lines and talents almost on a weekly basis […]

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A devastating effect: when Borussia Dortmund mix speed and precision

by Archie Rhind-Tutt

Speed is a mightily important asset of Borussia Dortmund’s weaponry when going forward but without precision, needless to say it is futile. Jürgen Klopp craves both of these attributes from his side. Yet that precision in front of goal hasn’t always been present, even in the seasons when Borussia won the Bundesliga back in 2011 […]

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Debate: Should Dortmund Sell Lewandowski during the Winterpause?

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

With all the speculation regarding Robert Lewandowski’s immediate future at Borussia Dortmund, here are the Bundesliga Fanatic editorial’s contrasting views on it. Should he stay until the end of the season or should he be sold in January? YES Aleix Gwilliam   Personally, I think that if it hadn’t been for Götze’s departure to Bayern […]

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FC Arsenal 1 – 2 Borussia Dortmund: BVB Pickpockets the Gunners

by Travis Timmons

In a match that, at best, looked like it could be heading for a 1-1 draw, Borussia Dortmund found a Lewandowski goal on a stunning counter to win 2-1 in north London at Arsenal’s home ground in Champions League play on Tuesday. For BVB, a massive win and, for Arsenal, a disappointing and unexpected loss. […]

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Analysis – Borussia Dortmund dominate Olympique Marseille

by Travis Timmons

While Jürgen Klopp watched from a Westfalenstadion skybox – bundled up like a holiday shopper – Borussia Dortmund (BVB) sought out Champions League (UCL) revenge against the traditional French power, Olympic Marseille (OM), to avenge a UCL sweep at the Frenchmen’s hands two year ago (2-6 aggregate). It succeeded. And looked its hipster best while winning. […]

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