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All posts tagged "Germany"
Auf Wiedersehen, Miroslav! World Cup Legend Retires after Klose Call
This day always comes about in football, a day that leaves you feeling nostalgic about past glories, like when Ronaldo (the Brazilian Poker-loving one!) retired in 2011. Five years on and it is the turn of another...
- Posted November 2, 2016
Tears of Joy for Brazil’s Golden Boy!
Like Usain Bolt on a running track, whom else was it ever going to be apart from Neymar who would seal the fate of Brazil in the Men’s Olympic Football Final in the Maracanã? The Golden Boy...
- Posted August 20, 2016
Five young stars to watch in the Brazil-Germany Olympic Final
There are twenty-eight different sports at the Rio Olympics this summer and many more events in the men’s and women’s competitions, yet none has been able to capture the imagination of the Brazil spectators quite like football....
- Posted August 19, 2016
Aubameyang bursts onto Manchester United’s radar at Borussia Dortmund
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s greatest asset on the football pitch is his blistering pace and acceleration. It is rumored that he is faster than a certain Usain Bolt in thirty meters and is by far one of the most...
- Posted February 21, 2016
Thomas Tuchel’s Juego de Posicio taking hold at Borussia Dortmund
Pep Guardiola is synonymous with Tiki-taka, the possession-based brand of football with which his legendary Barcelona team from 2008 to 2012 took the world by storm and led Vicente Del Bosque’s Spain to the 2010 World Cup....
- Posted January 1, 2016
Robert Lewandowski redefines the parameters of the “traditional number nine”
They say that orthodox number nines are going out of fashion in European football to make way for more clever, technically-gifted false nines playing in tactically modern 4-3-3 formations. The debate is only just reaching the farther...
- Posted December 24, 2015
German football tackles societal challenges — then and now
The day was June 5th, 1997, four days before Otto Addo’s twenty-first birthday. The skies were overcast in Cottbus, a small town just over 100km southeast of Berlin, where Addo had travelled with his Hannover ’96 squad...
- Posted October 1, 2015
Wolfsburg revel in being underestimated in Manchester United’s Champions League group
There is a reason why teams like Southampton won’t soon be challenging the Premier League big boys for the title. In Europe, and the Premier League in particular, the gap between “super clubs” and the rest of...
- Posted September 7, 2015
How have Borussia Dortmund hung on?
When Shinji Kagawa left Borussia Dortmund for Manchester United in 2012, it seemed like a signal of Dortmund slowly being picked apart by the top big money European clubs. Nuri Sahin had departed for Real Madrid a...
- Posted September 11, 2014
Bayern president Uli Hoeness sentenced over tax evasion
Former FIFA World Cup winner and president of Bayern Munich Uli Hoeness has been sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison by Germany’s Federal Court of Justice on account of seven cases of tax evasion of millions of...
- Posted March 13, 2014