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FC Cologne 1 Hannover 96 1

Both Hannover and Cologne’s long wait for a victory continued after the two Bundesliga strugglers missed a flurry of late chances in their quest to avoid relegation. 371 more words

Who deserves the praise for Werder Bremen's change of good form?

Viktor Skrypnyk has been the catalyst in Werder Bremen’s surge up the Bundesliga table 

No team in the history of the Bundesliga has even been rock bottom at one point of the season, only to then finish in the top four. 921 more words

Why are Bayern Munich hated so much by Germans?!

“Thank you Dad that I turned out to not support Bayern. Dortmund is a life love affair” – Most Germans despise the Bavarian juggernauts

I usually dislike going out drinking with my close friends in Eastbourne, a somewhat depressing seaside town in East Sussex, not because I am not keen in socialising and spending time with my loved ones, but because of what is said under the influence of alcohol. 905 more words

Should Sepp Blatter step aside and take honorary FIFA role?

Germany football association (DFB) president Wolfgang Niersbach believes that FIFA needs different faces at the top. Instead of Sepp Blatter running as FIFA president for a fifth term, it is time he becomes an honorary president.  231 more words

How German Football is Setting Itself Up for Success

Ulf Schott, Director of the German Football Association (DFB) gave the keys of success of German Football. One of them being that DFB develops not only players but people with personality and character. 777 more words


Match report: FC Augsburg 2 Eintracht Frankfurt 2

Eintracht Frankfurt stunned high-flying FC Augsburg by fighting back from 2-0 down to earn a valuable point in their quest for finishing in a Europa League position. 266 more words