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Henrik Hegedus

I am based from Budapest, Hungary. I grew up listening to stories of the 'Mighty Magyars', probably the best team of the world in the 50s, only to helplessly witness the annihilation of our national team at the 1986 World Cup, Mexico, which by the way was the first international football event of my life at the age of 7 - a shocking 'afterimage' and also an experience that changed my life forever. It was when I realised I turned into a football fan beyond recovery. As a blogger I contribute to Soccerlens on a weekly basis. Beside, I have been writing pieces for Nou San Trafford (a Hungarian blog) for almost two years and have had the opportunity to write live commentary and post as a guest author for a number of football related blogs and websites. I mainly cover the events of the Bundesliga and the Nationalelf.

That’s No Ordinary Rabbit

Germany coach Joachim Loew has criticised the lack of speed in the Bundesliga compared to the Premier League. Loew is concerned the lack of...

10 reasons why Wolfsburg will win the Bundesliga

Let's face it, sleep-deprived patents should rightly be treated with Friday-night Bundesliga games and word is, it is also highly popular among self-loathers, too....

Bundesliga – History in the making?

The German league has traditionally been reluctant to adopt new models and introduce upgraded elements from — let's say — European football. If you...

The Bundesliga road steamer – more haste, less speed

In the last few years, the Bundesliga has raised its profile in a very professional manner. Both the economy and its partners have come...

My name is Klinsmann

Jurgen Klinsmann. Master of diversion - so everybody be cool, keine Panik! A year ago, it was all about The Bayern Munich revolution led...

Football vs. nationalism – England vs. Germany

Get all the updates on the latest England-Germany match here. Football has developed quickly in many countries because it used to be part of the...

10 Exciting Future Stars in the Bundesliga

Every Bundesliga team has been jointly liable to run a youth academy since 2002, moreover, it is one of the eligibility criterias to obtain...

Interview with Raphael Honigstein

Raphael Honigstein is a German journalist and author who works as an English football correspondent for German media as well as his more prominent...

Bayern Munich Watch – Hot Shots III released in Stuttgart

The Topper Harley-like power dive of the Bavarians ended three meters below the surface of the Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion, due to the critical loss of the...

Bayern Munich Watch – High Expectations & Eintracht Preview

According to unconfirmed sources Master Yoda was thought to have been seen pal around with Herr Doll, one of the few survivors of the...

The Bayern Munich Revolution

Bayern Munich is both the most popular and most loathed club all over Germany — a true touchstone (almost requirement) for a club...

Where Is This Relationship Going?

This article is a submission for the Soccerlens Football Writing Competition; to participate, please read the details here. Definitely the second most hated question a...