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Archives: Germany

What We Learned – Germany 1 Republic of Ireland 1

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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The recently crowned World Cup champions, Germany, haven’t had the best of starts to their Euro 2016 qualification campaign. They won narrowly against a spirited Scotland side, lost for the first time in their history against Poland and were dramatically … Continue reading

Mesut Ozil Ruled Out For 10-12 Weeks With Knee Injury

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Mesut Ozil has suffered a knee injury that will rule him out of action for up to three months, the German national team announced today. Ozil, 25, was assumed fit when he arrived for international duty, but a ligament injury was discovered … Continue reading

Mesut Ozil Believes He Has ‘Nothing To Prove’ To His Critics

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil believes that he has always been an easy target for criticism, since his early days in Germany. Speaking to the German news agency DPA, the World Cup winner stated that he has ‘nothing to prove’ in regards to his … Continue reading

TV Coverage Of La Liga And Bundesliga Opening Weekends

Posted on by Ed Perovic
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beIN SPORTS is rolling out the red carpet for the opening weekend of Spain’s La Liga. Eight matches will be broadcast live on both beIN SPORTS channels: Programming note: For viewers in the United States, this weekend’s La Liga games … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Klinsmann quits Germany

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Several German news sources are reporting that Jurgen Klinsmann has refused a contract extension with the German National Team. Before we have out of control speculation on this website, keep in mind Bruce Arena is still under contract with the … Continue reading

Kahn and Figo Retire from International Soccer

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Two greats of the game, Portugal’s Luis Figo and Germany’s Oliver Kahn who was the Most Outstanding Player of the 2002 World Cup announced their retirment from International Soccer following Germany’s 3-1 victory over Portugal in the third place match.

Disbelief in Dortmund

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Del Piero beats Lehmann to secure a 2-0 extra time stunner for Italy/Yahoo   SemiFinal Open Thread…………….Whom will Italy face in the finals and your thoughts about the dramatic finish in Dotmund. Post your comments here.

Excitement Building for Germany Against Italy

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Throughout the years, Germany against Italy has been a classic match. Most notably during the 1970 World Cup semi-final, when Italy defeated the Germans 4-3 despite Germany’s Franz Beckenbauer playing with a dislocated shoulder after being injured in the match. … Continue reading

Western Europe’s World Cup

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Thierry Henry nets the game winner for France/AP Four short years after Soccer proved to be more of worldwide game than many Europeans would give credit for, thanks to the Quarterfinal runs of Senegal and USA as well as the … Continue reading

Anticipation Building for Germany-Italy Match

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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When the American founding fathers named July 4th as Independence Day, little did they know that in the year 2006 soccer fans in this country would watch a game invented by their arch-enemy: the English. For most Americans, July 4th … Continue reading

World Cup Losing its Fizz?

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Seven of the eight second round matches have been played, with just this afternoon’s France versus Spain match left. But out of the seven thus far, how many of them have been entertaining and had you sitting on the edge … Continue reading

Random World Cup Thoughts

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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I grew up watching Gerd Mueller, the all time leading goal scorer in World Cup History in his NASL stint with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. (where he played alongside worldwide greats Elias Figeroua, Nene Cubilias and George Best). Mueller’s record … Continue reading

World Cup Quarter Finals: ‘What If’ Scenarios

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Now, what if? What if England ties or beats Sweden today? Germany would presumably play Sweden, and England would play Ecuador. If both Germany and England would win those matches, here’s my prediction of who would play who in the … Continue reading

Random World Cup Thoughts

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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We’ve discussed the red cards and yellow cards from the USA-Italy match to death, but the overall booking situation needs to be addressed by FIFA. My thinking is that if FIFA is going to insist on issuing yellow cards in … Continue reading

Thoughts on Germany-Costa Rica

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Jurgen Klinsmann has taken lots of criticism for his attacking style and his decision to continue to live in California while managing the national team. . While the critics may continue to persist, Klinsmann’s Germany side scored 4 goals today … Continue reading