German Football: DFB Seeking for Jogi's Successor
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German Football: DFB Seeking for Jogi's Successor

A surprising news came from Die Mannschaft earlier of the current Germany national team boss, Joachim Loew, has been reportedly ready to step down from his post after EURO 2020 next summer, or two years earlier than his contract which expires in 2022. He has been under pressure since Germany’s humiliating failure in World Cup 2018 by sitting at the bottom of the table in the group stage and the recent big loss from Spain. They were hapless and beaten 0-6 by Luis Enr

Bundesliga: Gladbach Looking for a New Boss
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Bundesliga: Gladbach Looking for a New Boss

Borussia M’Gladbach is about to lose their commander, boss is leaving at the end of the season to sign for Borussia Dortmund as the successor of Lucien Favre, whereas the caretaker Edin Terzic is still expected to stay in Westfallen as Rose’s assistant. Consquently, Gladbach needs to begin their search as early as possible to find Rose’s replacement. So far there are at least five candidates, surprisingly only one name is German-born. Here are those figures on the shortl

Transfer Deadline Day: Many Outcasts Found New Clubs, Two Made Surprising Move
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Transfer Deadline Day: Many Outcasts Found New Clubs, Two Made Surprising Move

Transfer deadline day 2020/21 season generally has or free transfer one. It is quite understandable considering the world pandemic and recession. However, most done deals related to more well-known names took places in Premier League, for sure, and surprisingly, Bundesliga Germany. There are at least three big names joining the Bundesliga side this month. The world cup winners, Sami Khedira and Skhodran Mustafi are two of them, while another one is the young English

Bundesliga: Bayern Comfortable on the Top, Dortmund Lost Again
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Bundesliga: Bayern Comfortable on the Top, Dortmund Lost Again

Spieltag 17 Bundesliga marks the return to normal days Bayern was comfortable again on the top of the table with four points clear after a narrow win over Augsburg last weekend. Die Roeten had to rely on Robert Lewandowski’s penalty to pick up three points on the road. Unfortunately, their contender, Borussia Dortmund, has been unable to find consistency this season under the caretaker Edin Terzic. They suffered a 1-2 loss while taking on Bayer Leverkusen. Marco Reus and Co

Managerial Changes: Pocchettino Leads PSG, Marcelino to Bilbao and Two Veterans Back for Relegation Battle
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Managerial Changes: Pocchettino Leads PSG, Marcelino to Bilbao and Two Veterans Back for Relegation Battle

The managerial changes in major European league have football there. Some come and go, while some others managed to stay and struggle to save their place. It happens in all level, on the top of the table, mid table and surely at the bottom one for relegation battle. At the top level, the dismissal of Thomas Tuchel seems reasonable with their current position in the standings. Being stranded on a third below Lille and Lyon is certainly embarrassing for the richest team

Bayern and Milan Unbeaten Run Abruptly Ended
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Bayern and Milan Unbeaten Run Abruptly Ended

The new years mean a new hope. In Bundesliga, many domination and series of win, not they barely succeed. Yesterday, there might be a chance for it after all when Manuel Neuer and Co were shockingly defeated by Gladbach, despite leading two goals first. Robert Lewandowski and Leon Goretzka gave them the lead but then their nightmare came out of the blue. Lars Stindl and Jonas Hoffman were the key figures in this game. The captain provided two assists for Hoffman’s brac

Barcelona Approaching Top Four While Leverkusen Stays on The Top
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Barcelona Approaching Top Four While Leverkusen Stays on The Top

Blaugrana is apparently moving to the right direction result lately. Ronald Koeman seems to have found the proper formula for his team. Last Wednesday, Barcelona dismantled Real Sociedad 2-1 at their home turf. Despite conceding first by William Jose, they did not lose their winning mentality. Messi and Co responded soon by Jordi Alba’s shot and even overturned the scoresheet as Frankie de Jong found the back of the net. Such victory bumped them up to the fifth in the

Bayern Back to the Top While Barcelona Held at Home Again
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Bayern Back to the Top While Barcelona Held at Home Again

Bundesliga after snatching a dramatic 2-1 win over Leverkusen on the road yesterday. Peter Bosz’s men who were at the leading the standings for two weeks took an early lead by a superb volley of the former AS Roma man, Patrick Schick on the 14th minute. Yet, just before the interval, Die Roeten could equalise by none but the FIFA Best Player of the Year, Robert Lewandowski. The Polish international also bagged the winning goal before the final whistle. Those are his sevent

Bundesliga: Bayern Stumbled, Leipzig Leveled Them yet Dortmund Hammered at Home
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Bundesliga: Bayern Stumbled, Leipzig Leveled Them yet Dortmund Hammered at Home

The games on matchday or spieltag eleven of Bundeliga surprising results. Die Roeten was unable to win in their visit to the capital. They were held in a 1-1 draw by Union Berlin. The home side took the lead by Grischa Promel’s header on 4th minute. Luckily, Robert Lewandowski equalised as he tucked in the ball into the net on 67th minute. This result prevented them from extending their margin with their contender on the second of the standings, RB Leipzig. Julian Nagelsman