Joachim Loew Targets More Dominance from Germany

German national team coach Joachim Loew claims that German soccer will once again prove its superiority by extending the winning run against Azerbaijan in the World Cup qualifiers. Coming into the game as the reigning world champions, Germany have the ability to extend their lead over Northern Ireland and Czech Republic in the table. They …

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WILL BAYERN’S ACTIONS RENDER BUNDELIGA BORING

It’s been reported that German giant Bayern Munich are chasing after the signatures of Hoffenheim’s duo Niklas Sule and Sebastian Rudy. The first question normally asked whenever a team needs a new signing is who and why they need to strengthen whatever position that might be causing them sleepless nights. It’s the world the “normal” …

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KROOS BECOMES HIGHEST PAID IN GERMAN SOCCER HISTORY

By completing a deal with the Spanish club, Real Madrid, Toni Kroos has now made history as the highest paid German in the history of German Soccer. Real Madrid made the announcement, revealing that Kroos signed a new contract with them thus extending his stay in the Zinedine Zidane-led side. The announcement which came on …

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DFB PRESIDENT SLAM GERMAN LEGEND BECKENBAUER

The German Football Association (DFB) president Reinhard Grindel has slammed German football legend Franz Beckenbauer for his role in the 2006 World Cup. Beckenbauer claimed his effort in the World cup tournament was a voluntary one. However, Grindel says the former member of the FIFA executive committee received payment from a sponsor of the games. …

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GERMAN SOCCER FACES A MAJOR TEST ON THURSDAY

Germany have defeated the French team since 1958 in every competitive game, but the French are getting set to cause an upset on home soil as they both face off in the semi final of the Euro 2016. The hosts defeated Iceland 5-2 as they matched to the semi final while Germany had to dig …

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GUARDIOLA: I DIDN’T CHANGE GERMAN SOCCER AT BAYERN

Bayern Munich outgoing coach, Pep Guardiola says he didn’t change German football during his time at the club, as some reports mentioned. The Spaniard has hailed the Bavarians’ achievements under his tutelage as “outstanding” as he gears up for his last home game in charge of the Bundesliga champions. The coach has played down suggestions he has …

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Mark Hughes is fearing a lengthy spell on the sidelines for defender Glen Johnson

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is fearing a lengthy spell on the sidelines for defender Glen Johnson, who had to be stretchered off in the game against Bournemouth. The former Liverpool and Chelsea defender has been one of the reasons behind Stoke’s massive change in philosophy as far as football style is concerned. Under the …

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Joachim Low is not very happy with how Kevin Grosskreutz

Joachim Low is not very happy with how Kevin Grosskreutz has gone about his business in the recent times and he has already ruled the 27-year old out of contention for the upcoming Euros. According to Low, Grosskreutz has not had enough playing time in the last 18 months for him to be considered for …

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Salomon Kalou has said that the tough words of the manager of Hertha Berlin

Salomon Kalou has said that the tough words of the manager of Hertha Berlin motivated him and helped him get the old touch back in his game. Kalou had joined Berlin in the summer of 2014 with a big reputation. But, playing a total of 27 games the previous season, he only managed to shake …

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Kevin De Bruyne endured a disappointing few years at West London

Former Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne endured a disappointing few years at West London, but he was sold for an impressive transfer fee to Wolfsburg. Since his return back to the German league, De Bruyne has gone from strength to strength and is regarded as one of the world’s best players now. The 23-year-old managed …

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Germany continued their journey of making it into the next rounds

Germany continued their journey of making it into the next rounds of the 2016 Euro’s after claiming a 2-0 victory over Georgia and now the German side is positioned in the 2nd spot of Group D as they have secured 10 points from 5 matches. Poland still remains in the top spot with 11 points …

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