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Werder Bremen Finally Up And Running

Werder Bremen looked set for a dismal season. Not only had their star of last season left for Real Madrid, but they had numerous...

The Attraction of the Bundesliga

The German Bundesliga has always been a strong league. However, in recent years, it hasn't been able to compete with the big spenders in...

Young Germans Have First Chance To Shine

However good (or bad) the German football team is on paper, they can never be written off at the World Cup.The current Germany side...

Bundesliga matchday 18: Bayern keep pressure on Leverkusen

Leverkusen and Munich continued their dominance at the top of the Bundesliga, with both winning against potentially tricky opponents. Bayern's victory against Bremen was enough...

Bundesliga Set For Unpredictable Climax

With the second half of the Bundesliga season kicking off this weekend no less than seven teams could legitimately claim to be title contenders....

Bayern Munich v Hoffenheim Preview

Bayern Munich v TSG Hoffenheim Bundesliga Friday, 15 January 2010 Kickoff: 20:30 CET Friday night sees the return of the Bundesliga after the winter break, and we couldn't...

Inter on track for title with dramatic late win

Inter rallied late to pull off a late comeback to sink Siena 4-3. Walter Samuel and Wesley Sneijder scored late on as Mourinho's unbeaten home record remained intact.

The Bundesliga so far

Bayern Leverkusen remain unbeaten at the top of the Bundesliga at the winter break. But with so much football still to play and a resurgent Bayern Munich, anything could happen in the second half of the season.

Bundesliga preview – Can Bayern stop Leverkusen?

The Bundesliga ries to get back to normality this weekend following the death of Hanover goalkeepr Robert Enke. Hanover visit Schalke, while the big game of the weekend is Leverkusen's trip to struggling Bayern on Sunday.

Scottish football’s deep-lying problems

The end of George Burley's reign as Scotland manager doesn't signal the end of their troubles. The problems range from the Old Firm to youth systems and they aren't going to stop anytime soon.

Robert Enke – A reminder football players are human beings

Robert Enke's tragic suicide has given the football world some much-needed perspective on the steriotype of footballers.