Borussia Dortmund

/ 20 days ago

Dortmund survive late Leipzig scare to go top of Bundesliga

Borussia Dortmund beat RB Leipzig at home on Friday to go top of the Bundesliga table. The hosts entered the match as one of the hottest teams in Europe. After all, the Germans had won all nine of their games since the Bundesliga resumed in January. That includes victories over Freiburg and Chelsea during this […]


/ 44 days ago

Newly promoted Union Berlin is a model club in Germany

Union Berlin continues to rise amongst soccer in Germany at an unbelievable rate. Although the club has roots dating back to the early 20th century, the team was founded with their current name in 1966. Despite this ample history, Union Berlin did not reach the top flight until 2019. Team officials hoped that their club […]

Bayern Munich

/ 100 days ago

Oliver Kahn claims Neuer 'never listens' after skiing injury

Many people in the soccer world were shocked to find out that Bayern Munich star goalkeeper Manuel Neuer suffered a serious leg injury after a skiing accident. Not necessarily because skiers don't get injured, but because the shotstopper was even on the slopes. Professional athletes tend to avoid certain dangerous activity, particularly midseason. Teams can […]


/ 105 days ago

Germans blame WAGs for World Cup failure

Reports suggest that players and team officials were not happy with the "holiday feeling" surrounding Germany at the World Cup. The Germans ended their tournament run prematurely. Four points after three games sent the 2014 World Cup winners packing before the knockout round. Bild is claiming that DFB president Bernd Neuendorf and vice president Hans-Joachim […]


/ 107 days ago

Germany director Oliver Bierhoff resigns after World Cup

Germany soccer federation technical director Oliver Bierhoff has resigned of his role on Monday. Bierhoff, who has been with the German DFB since 2004, had his contract terminated because of the country's lackluster display at back-to-back World Cups. "I’ve told German FA president Bernd Neuendorf of my decision today. I’m clearing the path for setting […]


/ 109 days ago

Neuer and Goretzka only Germans to support World Cup protest

German public broadcaster ARD via Bild have reported that only two players, Manuel Neuer and Leon Goretzka were in favor of conducting a protest over FIFA’s ban on the One Love armband. The report claims that other players were not in favor of covering their mouths while posing for the pre-game team photo against Japan, […]

Arsene Wenger

/ 109 days ago

Wenger blames Germany World Cup exit on political protests

Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has claimed that Germany’s political demonstrations played a part on their shocking group stage exit in the World Cup. Wenger who is FIFA’s Chief of Football Development admitted that the countries who focused on football and stayed away from off field matters have done well in the tournament so far. […]

World Cup 2022

/ 110 days ago

World Cup in Qatar sets record breaking TV audience

Now that we're in the knockout stages of the World Cup, soccer’s highest governing body, FIFA, has claimed that the tournament in the Gulf Nation is already delivering record breaking audience across the globe. In the United States, the coverage of the national team's encounter against England amassed the record of the most watched […]


/ 111 days ago

Qatar TV mock Germany's team photo with mouths covered

It's one thing to criticize Germany for crashing out of the World Cup, but when Qatar TV mock Germany, it's a step too far for the Qataris. Hosts of a Qatari television show were seen mocking Germany's exit on Thursday. The presenters all covered their mouths and waved goodbye to the Germans following their 4-2 […]


/ 112 days ago

Germany fly home early after crashing out of World Cup

The World Cup’s latest demolition derby of emotional turbulence ended with Japanese elation, Spanish relief, Costa Rican wonder at what might have been, and a German soccer nation limping painfully into introspective despair. The inquest – for the third time in four-and-a-half years – began immediately. German public broadcaster ARD brutally interrogated an exhausted Hansi […]


/ 112 days ago

Japan, Spain survive explosive World Cup group, Germany out

In a simply wild 45 minutes, Japan and Spain made their way into the World Cup knockout stage. Meanwhile, Germany won on the day, but failed to advance due to a poor goal differential. At halftime of the games, both Germany and Spain were in a position to advance. By the time each game reached […]