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VfB Stuttgart 6-2 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim – Die Roten Return to Winning Ways

by Eskender Tamrat

Thomas Schneider lead VFB to their first win of the Bundesliga season on his coaching debut as Vedad Ibišević tied up with Mainz’ Nicolai Müller at the top of the goal scorer list following his well-taken hat-trick. The Swabians separated with former coach Bruno Labbadia last week after a poor start to the season, which left […]

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Hinrunde Review: Stuttgart Onboard and Ready to Roll in 2013

by Florian Tiemann

There seems to exist a law of football, dooming VfB Stuttgart to a sloppy start to the beginning of each season. During the last couple of years, supporters of the Swabian club have built a lot of hope during the summer, only to be disappointed very soon. Mockers like to say that Stuttgart’s season always starts […]

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VfB Stuttgart 2-1 Eintracht Frankfurt: Ibišević nets late winner for Stuttgart

by Ben Loder

Armin Veh returned to Stuttgart, where he unexpectedly won the Bundesliga title in 2007, with his Eintracht Frankfurt side flying high in third after Schalke’s win against Nürnberg on Saturday. No promoted side has started a Bundesliga season better than Frankfurt have this year, and they were hoping to stay on Bayern’s tail with three […]

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Hamburg SV 0-1 VfB Stuttgart – Swabians Earn Much-Needed Win

by Gerry Wittmann

The final fixture of MatchDay 8 saw a Stuttgart side languishing in the playoff relegation spot headed to the Imtech Arena to take on a Hamburg club that had risen well from its early season struggles.  But it was the visiting Stuttgart side that took home all three points with a much-needed 1-0 win over […]

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Europa League – All Four German Clubs Earn a Point Thursday

by Gerry Wittmann

The four German clubs involved in this year’s Europa League competition were unable to duplicate the success Tuesday and Wednesday of their Bundesliga brethren. Schalke, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern  München all earned victories in the first round of Champions League matches.  Instead, Hannover, VfB Stuttgart, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and Borussia Mönchengladbach all had to settle for a […]

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Bundesliga Players on International Duty this Weekend

by Gerry Wittmann

Once again Bundesliga players represented their home nations across the globe during the first round of games of the international break.  Stuttgart’s  Vedad Ibišević scored a hat trick, while Jefferson Farfan of Schalke had a brace and Bayern München’s Manuel Neuer as well as Wolfsburg keeper Diego Benaglio registered clean sheets over the weekend in international play. […]

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News: Stuttgart Advance to Europa League Group Stage

by Gerry Wittmann

A second leg 1-1 final score between Dinamo Moscow and VfB Stuttgart at the Arena Khimki Tuesday evening was enough to see Stuttgart advance in the Europa League tournament, as they won on aggregate 1-3.  All three Stuttgart goals in the two legs were scored by former Hoffenheim striker Vedad Ibišević. Dinamo Moscow came into the match […]

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VfB Stuttgart 0-1 Vfl Wolfsburg: 90 minutes of dull football

by Niklas Wildhagen

Both Bruno Labbadia and Felix Magath can’t be happy about their team’s performances. Tonight’s clash between Stuttgart and Wolfsburg promised to be a match full of goal mouth action, going by the recent history of the matches between the two sides. The last five matches had produced 20 goals, or four goals on average. The […]

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Season Preview – VfB Stuttgart – There will be Goals

by Gerry Wittmann

There will be goals.  VfB Stuttgart finished fourth in the Bundesliga in goalscoring last season and fourth the season before.  Attacking talents such as Vedad Ibisevic (57 career Bundesliga league goals), Cacau (86), Martin Harnik (27), Tamas Hajnal (17), Cristian Gentner (22), plus recent Bundesliga newcomers such as Shinji Okazaki (9 league goals in 38 […]

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All the Bundesliga News that’s Fit to Print

by Gerry Wittmann

There’s plenty of Bundesliga news with the transfer season in full bloom, the London Olympics getting underway with Gladbach’s Yuki Otsu scoring a goal heard ’round the world Thursday, and German clubs playing test matches as they prepare for the upcoming season. Hannover will look to repeat their success last season in the Europa League […]

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