Bundesliga

“The Bundesliga Blueprint” how the Premier League can learn

August 14, 2015

Acclaimed Sportswriter Shines ‘Ein Licht’ On Germany’s Current Footballing Success: “The Bundesliga Blueprint” Now Published. Book Publisher Bennion Kearny is delighted to announce the publication of a fresh, thought-provoking look at how German Football – through their F.A.’s ‘10-year plan’ – has risen from recent depths to dom […]

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Is the Bundesliga the greatest league in the world?

April 30, 2013

Quite simply, Yes. Global football analysis names Bundesliga as the greatest professional league in the world . Contrary to popular wisdom, English Premier League is not the ‘best’ A major new analysis into the strength of every country’s premier football competition has been released, naming Germany’s Bundesliga as officially the greatest […]

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Borussia Dortmund: A refreshing sight for football

August 9, 2011

Now, call me single minded but there is more than one reason for me enjoying current German Champions Borussia Dortmund. Not only do I enjoy coverage of youngsters that have been given licence to express themselves by impressive and passionate coach, Jurgen Klopp but it also gives me hope. Hope and inspiration. My reasons for […] […]

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Borussia Dortmund: A refreshing site for football

August 9, 2011

Now, call me single minded but there is more than one reason for me enjoying current German Champions Borussia Dortmund. Not only do I enjoy coverage of youngsters that have been given licence to express themselves by impressive and passionate coach, Jurgen Klopp but it also gives me hope. Hope and inspiration. My reasons for […] […]

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Auf Wiedersehen for Tranmere’s Dale?

May 18, 2011

  Now that the year’s league campaigns are drawing to a close, the silly season is fast approaching, as rumours are banded about fast and furious, many based purely on speculation and hearsay. My favourite rumour though, since confirmed to be true, despite its outlandish and hard to believe nature, concerns Tranmere’s wonderkid Dale Jennin […]

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The Greatest League in the World is…

November 30, 2010

La Liga? Don’t make me laugh, every year it’s a two-horse race, the Spanish equivalent of the SPL. What about the goal-hungry Bundesliga? Not quite. Don’t get me wrong, Borussia Dortmund have impressed me this season with a +26 goal difference, but the rest of the league is poor. So it has to be the […] […]

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Is this the worst refereeing decision of all time?

January 20, 2010

German second division side MSV Duisburg could not believe their luck when the worst referee decision of all time went their way during a 5-0 victory over FSV Frankfurt .

Duisburg were bizarrely awarded their fifth goal when Christian Tiffert lobbed the keeper from 22 yards, the ball came crashing of the bar and almost hit the 5 yard line, but t […]

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Champions League last 16 draw

December 18, 2009

Inter Milan v CHELSEA
Lyon v Real Madrid
AC Milan v MANCHESTER UNITED
Olympiakos v Bordeaux
FC Porto v ARSENAL
CSKA Moscow v Sevilla
Stuttgart v Barcelona
Bayern Munich v Fiorentina […]

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Easy draw for British clubs

August 27, 2009

The Champions League draw was bit of anti-climax, wasn’t it really? No Ronaldo Old Trafford reunion, no Jose Mourinho return and not even a tasty tie with Juventus or Rangers for our English clubs. Instead the so called ‘big four’ can be relatively happy with their respective groups and as much as Michel Plantini wont like it, should find the […]

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Do you have to buy the title?

July 7, 2009

Throughout Europe the most successful teams are the ones that spent the most wedge. Chelsea will be remembered – possibly unkindly- as the purchaser of two league titles, and Man Utd only got back on top after splashing some significant readies on the likes of Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick and Anderson / Nani. […]

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Living the European dream

April 2, 2009

Bundesliga special

Current champions Bayern Munich were certainly not contemplating a domestic season as tough as this when they prepare for their vital Bundesliga match against VfL Wolfsburg on Saturday. With the two teams level on points (48) a point behind leaders Hertha Berlin, this weekend reads for fascinating reading. After Bayern cut the […]

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European predictions

August 16, 2008

So over the last few weeks, Football league fever has hit the streets as the pre seasons began… So we have been looking at who’s going to be lifting which title and who’s going to be sacking their managers within 2 months of the season kick off. But we haven’t had a look at the contenders throughout the European major leagues. […]

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