HOENESS – IT IS A TRANSITION YEAR FOR BAYERN

Bayern Munich president UliHoeness has said that the club was set to undergo a ‘transition year’ hence the kind of deal for ArjenRobben and Franck Ribbery. The wingers have achieved a lot over the years, and there has been quite a lot of talk about the club moving on to younger player. The German champs […]

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WHO WILL REPLACE KARIUS?

Liverpool are reportedly in the market to sign a new goalkeeper following the happenings in the Champions League final against Real Madrid. With the blunders that Loris Karius made, there are widespread reports that the Reds are looking at buying a new keeper this summer. For any of their intended targets, Liverpool would be looking […]

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Werder Bremen wins first point

Werder Bremen managed to win their first point in the match against Berlin during the weekend. This was the first point that the team has managed to win since the start of the season and fans will be hoping that the team will continue on the same path. It has been a tough start to […]

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BOSZ MAINTAINS STEADY PROGRESS IN MOVING TO DORTMUND

After leading a youthful Ajax to the penultimate spots of both the local Eredivisie and the international Europa League, Peter Bosz decidedto leave for more challenging terrains with his next destination being Germany. The Dutchman was appointed to take over from the sacked Thomas Tuchel after the former Dortmund coach did the unthinkable act of […]

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WERDER BREMEN DEFEAT HERTHA 2-0

Werder Bremen have kept their dream of playing in Europe next season alive with the victory over Hertha Berlin at the Weser Stadium. The youthful Hertha side were expected to pose a serious threat but Werder scored their first after less than ten minutes of play. There was a set piece and Hertha sent in […]

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Schmidt Backs Javier Hernandez to Rediscover Scoring Touch

Bayer Leverkusen manager Roger Schmidt says that he would not consider dropping Javier Hernandez from the starting line-up despite the player having not found the back of the net the last 11 matches of all competitions. \Hernandez was famed for having an impressive goals to game ratio even when not having a first-team spot. It […]

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O’NEILL: GERMANY IS MOST DIFFICULT FIXTURE

Currently, the most difficult fixture in International football would be meeting giants, Germany. At least this was the position of Michael O’Neill, the manager of the Northern Ireland team. O’Neill who hardly makes grand statements believes that among all of their other World Cup Qualifying fixtures, the hardest was that against Germany. The game against […]

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