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Germany v England: Key players to watch

England meet Germany on Wednesday night, as Gareth Southgate attempts to discover a winning formula and build some confidence among the Three Lions squad in preparation for the 2018 World Cup. Despite the fixture being labelled a friendly, there’s always a great deal at stake when the old enemies collide. Read More »

The 3 best free signings of the last 17 years

After Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s match winning performance in the EFL Cup, it just goes to show that a free signing can have a massive impact on any club, even one the size of Manchester United.  We have taken a look at a number of the best free transfers over the last 17 years and compiled a list of the top three transfers ... Read More »

Mario Gotze has experienced a fall from grace

Mario Gotze will be forever remembered as a national hero for scoring the decisive goal in a World Cup final. The German midfielder also once played an integral role in a successful Borussia Dortmund side, but times have since altered. As after a disappointing past 18 months, Gotze is no longer fawned upon. Read More »

Philipp Lahm retires – A defender who never saw red!

Earlier this week, Philipp Lahm came out to announce that he would be retiring from football at the end of the season. Lahm has had a shining career for both club and country – an impeccable defender, Lahm will go down in history as one of the best defenders ever to emerge from Germany. Read More »

Gytkjær’s unusual move to 1860 Munich

2. Bundesliga

Christian Gytkjær made an unusual move from the title-winning Rosenborg BK to 2. Bundesliga strugglers, 1860 Munich. Prior to this move, Gytkjær had spent the entirety of his career playing in Scandinavia. Where in recent years he had acquired quite the name for himself as a very fruitful striker. Read More »

Bull fighting in Dortmund

Unsurprisingly German newspapers and media outlets were this weekend again filled with photos and reports of mass protests against RB Leipzig. On Saturday it was the turn of Borussia Dortmund to ‘defend tradition in football’ by rallying against Germany’s newest club as fans unveiled banners adorned with anti-RB slogans as they watched their side win 1-0 in the top of ... Read More »

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