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football411
Hummels wary of Scotland threat Mats Hummels is confident of a positive result against Scotland in Euro 2016
Hummels wary of Scotland threat
football411 / Posted 54 minutes ago
Mats Hummels is confident of a positive result against Scotland in Euro 2016 qualifying action at Hampden on Monday, but knows Germany cannot take anything for granted.Die Mannschaft climbed top of Group D on Friday... Read more
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Independent
Refugee crisis: It's time for English football and the Premier League to follow Germany and open its arms to those in need"You know they’ve been given £800 each by the council to buy a car," one of the
Refugee crisis: It's time for English football and the Premier League to follow Germany and open its arms to those in need
Independent / Posted an hour ago
"You know they’ve been given £800 each by the council to buy a car," one of the locals said, this being one of the myths about asylum-seekers doing the rounds at the time. The situation became tense. It ended with our photographer being struck across... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Man City, Chelsea, PSG rejoice while Man United fall short in transfer window Blog - ESPN FC United In our book "Soccernomics," my co-author, Stefan Szy
Man City, Chelsea, PSG rejoice while Man United fall short in transfer window
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 2 hours ago
Blog - ESPN FC United In our book "Soccernomics," my co-author, Stefan Szymanski, and I... Read more
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Football Australia
Transfer wrap: Socceroos' player movementsMat Ryan: After claiming back-to-back Goalkeeper of the Year awards in Belgium
Transfer wrap: Socceroos' player movements
Football Australia / Posted 5 hours ago
Mat Ryan: After claiming back-to-back Goalkeeper of the Year awards in Belgium with Club Brugge Ryan was signed by Spanish powerhouse Valencia. The 23-year-old made a promising start to the season, helping his new side qualify for the UEFA Champions... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Blood Red: how Liverpool FC's long goodbye became the swiftest 'moved-on'It was in the first half at Anfield last weekend when the ghost of seasons past
Blood Red: how Liverpool FC's long goodbye became the swiftest 'moved-on'
Liverpool Echo / Posted 6 hours ago
It was in the first half at Anfield last weekend when the ghost of seasons past emerged perhaps for the first time since this year’s big kick-off. No, not that most unwelcome of visitors, the dismal defeat against modest opposition, that has forced... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Britain’s attitude to refugees is nasty - can this really be us, ask Brian ReadeIt’s time to cast aside ­political loyalties and thank David Cameron for his br
Britain’s attitude to refugees is nasty - can this really be us, ask Brian Reade
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 hours ago
It’s time to cast aside ­political loyalties and thank David Cameron for his brave stance on the refugee crisis. Or, as Theresa May prefers to call hundreds of thousands of desperate families fleeing war and hunger, the “events of this summer”. (In... Read more
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sportsmole
Ljajic strikes as Serbia cruise to winAndrija Zivokic had a great chance midway through the first half after a cross
Ljajic strikes as Serbia cruise to win
sportsmole / Posted 12 hours ago
Andrija Zivokic had a great chance midway through the first half after a cross from Filip Kostic but the 19-year-old lifted his shot over the bar from close range. However, Serbia went ahead minutes later after Kostic's ball found Zivkovic in the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
How football has reacted to the refugee crisis – and what YOU can do to helpCities across Europe are facing a major influx of those seeking refuge and safe
How football has reacted to the refugee crisis – and what YOU can do to help
Daily Mirror / Posted 12 hours ago
Cities across Europe are facing a major influx of those seeking refuge and safety from Syria and other countries. Here is a round-up of football's reaction to the crisis: Bayern Munich lead the way Bayern have agreed to open their doors to the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Germany closer to Euro qualification after beating PolandGermany 3 Poland 1 Germany moved above Poland at the top of Euro 2016 qualifyi
Germany closer to Euro qualification after beating Poland
Irish Examiner / Posted 12 hours ago
Germany 3 Poland 1 Germany moved above Poland at the top of Euro 2016 qualifying Group D thanks to a 3-1 win over the former group leaders in Frankfurt. Gotze’s second late on sealed victory for Germany, who moved two points ahead of Poland at the... Read more
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sportsmole
Gotze double inspires Germany victoryGermany were almost in front early on when Karim Bellarabi's shot was deflected
Gotze double inspires Germany victory
sportsmole / Posted 13 hours ago
Germany were almost in front early on when Karim Bellarabi's shot was deflected inches wide of Lukasz Fabianski's goal. The world champions managed to find a breakthrough on 11 minutes when Gotze's cross allowed Thomas Muller to tap home from close... Read more
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Deepika
Sports News DetailSeifert, who heads the premier German football league with the highest average
Sports News Detail
Deepika / Posted 14 hours ago
Seifert, who heads the premier German football league with the highest average attendance in the world, hasn't ruled out a future association with India. "We cannot come to India and change things overnight. It has to come from within, the... Read more
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101 Great Goals
Japan's Shinji Kagawa misses open goal from 5 yards out v Cambodia (Shinji Kagawa has a decent goals return for Japan, but he failed to score what
Japan's Shinji Kagawa misses open goal from 5 yards out v Cambodia (
101 Great Goals / Posted 15 hours ago
Shinji Kagawa has a decent goals return for Japan, but he failed to score what would have been his 22nd against Cambodia today. The former Manchester United and current Borusai Dortmund attacking midfielder missed an absolute sitter in Japans’ World... Read more
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NBC Sports: ProSoccerTalk
On Japan duty, Shinji Kagawa flubs a sitter of the most comfortable varietyWe need a bigger term than sitter for this miss. Sofa? Futon? Beanbag chair? J
On Japan duty, Shinji Kagawa flubs a sitter of the most comfortable variety
NBC Sports: ProSoccerTalk / Posted 15 hours ago
We need a bigger term than sitter for this miss. Sofa? Futon? Beanbag chair? Japan’s 3-0 win over Cambodia at Saitama Stadium wasn’t exactly the sharpest of displays despite the final score, at least for former Manchester United attacker and current... Read more
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soccernews
Dortmund legend Dede backs Tuchel to succeedFormer Borussia Dortmund star Dede has backed Thomas Tuchel to replicate the su
Dortmund legend Dede backs Tuchel to succeed
soccernews / Posted 16 hours ago
Former Borussia Dortmund star Dede has backed Thomas Tuchel to replicate the success of his predecessor Jurgen Klopp. Tuchel has won all eight of his competitive fixtures in charge of Dortmund so far, with his side currently sitting top of the early... Read more
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football411
Robben facing lengthy lay-off Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben is facing up to a month on the sidelines af
Robben facing lengthy lay-off
football411 / Posted 16 hours ago
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben is facing up to a month on the sidelines after suffering a groin injury during the Netherlands' clash with Iceland on Thursday.The 31-year-old has returned to Munich to undergo... Read more
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livesoccertv
OFFICIAL: Reus will miss international duty with Germany due to an injured foot Reus will miss the games against Scotland and Poland. He will be treated back
OFFICIAL: Reus will miss international duty with Germany due to an injured foot
livesoccertv / Posted 17 hours ago
Reus will miss the games against Scotland and Poland. He will be treated back in Dortmund by Borussia's staff. Germany has announced that Marco Reus has left the team's... Read more
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Goal.com
Bayern Munich news: Robben ruled out for four weeks with injuryRobben ruled out for four weeks with injury - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest
Bayern Munich news: Robben ruled out for four weeks with injury
Goal.com / Posted 17 hours ago
Robben ruled out for four weeks with injury - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Robben ruled out for four weeks with injury The former Chelsea man limped off clutching his groin against Iceland on Thursday and now faces a month on the... Read more
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Daily Mail
A staggering 166 Premier League players are out on loanCarl Jenkinson – West Ham, Wojciech Szczesny – Roma, Yaya Sanogo – Ajax, Serge
A staggering 166 Premier League players are out on loan
Daily Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
Carl Jenkinson – West Ham, Wojciech Szczesny – Roma, Yaya Sanogo – Ajax, Serge Gnabry – West Brom, Chuba Akpom – Hull City, Emiliano Martinez – Wolves, Isaac Hayden – Hull City, Jon-Miquel Toral – Birmingham, Wellington – Bolton, Geidon Zelalem –... Read more
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Daily Mirror
When is the FIFA 16 demo out? All you need to know ahead of its releaseThe latest installment in the video game series is just around the corner, and
When is the FIFA 16 demo out? All you need to know ahead of its release
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 hours ago
The latest installment in the video game series is just around the corner, and we've got you covered with all sorts of information. First of all, there will be a playable demo on both PS4 and Xbox One, as well as PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. But when can... Read more
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Manchester City FC
Juventus, Sevilla and Borussia reveal Champions League squadsThe return of the UEFA Champions League is just ten days away and all 32 clubs
Juventus, Sevilla and Borussia reveal Champions League squads
Manchester City FC / Posted 19 hours ago
The return of the UEFA Champions League is just ten days away and all 32 clubs have submitted their rosters to the competition’s governing body. It’s been well documented that Juventus have lost a few of the key contributors to the team which... Read more
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football411
Hummels not concerned about money Borussia Dortmund Mats Hummels insists a move away from the Signal Iduna Park
Hummels not concerned about money
football411 / Posted 19 hours ago
Borussia Dortmund Mats Hummels insists a move away from the Signal Iduna Park would not hinge on any financial incentive.Defender Hummels caused a media storm during the off-season after revealing he was considering... Read more
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MUFC Latest
International Reds: Memphis, Blind, Fellaini, Darmian and Wilson represent Manchester UnitedManchester United have many players who will represent the club during the inte
International Reds: Memphis, Blind, Fellaini, Darmian and Wilson represent Manchester United
MUFC Latest / Posted 20 hours ago
Manchester United have many players who will represent the club during the international break over the next five days or so. On Thursday evening, the Netherlands were beaten 1-0 by Iceland, Belgium beat Bosnia & Herzegovina 3-1, Italy beat Malta 1-0... Read more
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The Sport Review
Three reasons Man Utd won’t win the title this seasonShortage of firepower Many teams win the Premier League thanks to the attackin
Three reasons Man Utd won’t win the title this season
The Sport Review / Posted 21 hours ago
Shortage of firepower Many teams win the Premier League thanks to the attacking threat that they pose. Manchester United, however, are currently lacking players that can chip in with many goals this season. You can argue Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata and... Read more
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football411
Matthaus: England will ruin them Former Bundesliga talents such as Kevin De Bruyne, Roberto Firmino and Baba R
Matthaus: England will ruin them
football411 / Posted 21 hours ago
Former Bundesliga talents such as Kevin De Bruyne, Roberto Firmino and Baba Rahman could regret their transfers to the Premier League, according to Lothar Matthaus.The former Germany international believes that the... Read more
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football411
Matthaus: England will ruin them Former Bundesliga talents such as Kevin De Bruyne, Roberto Firmino and Baba R
Matthaus: England will ruin them
football411 / Posted 21 hours ago
Former Bundesliga talents such as Kevin De Bruyne, Roberto Firmino and Baba Rahman could regret their transfers to the Premier League, according to Lothar Matthaus.The former Germany international believes that the... Read more
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Goal.com
Goal Fantasy Football: Messi misses out on Team of the Month - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Goal Fantasy Football: Messi &
Goal Fantasy Football: Messi misses out on Team of the Month
Goal.com / Posted 22 hours ago
- Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Goal Fantasy Football: Messi & Ronaldo miss out on Team of the Month Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have made strong starts to the... Read more
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soccernews
Gala: No extra payment for GrosskreutzGalatasaray have denied a claim a claim that they paid Borussia Dortmund an ext
Gala: No extra payment for Grosskreutz
soccernews / Posted 23 hours ago
Galatasaray have denied a claim a claim that they paid Borussia Dortmund an extra €500,000 to ensure Kevin Grosskreutz could join them immediately despite not signing ahead of the transfer deadline. The Germany midfielder’s switch to Istanbul was... Read more
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express
Where to watch: How UK football fans can track their international stars tonight UEFA'S week of European football continues tonight with a Friday feast for Pr
Where to watch: How UK football fans can track their international stars tonight
express / Posted 23 hours ago
UEFA'S week of European football continues tonight with a Friday feast for Premier League and Scottish Premiership supporters. Schweinsteiger (left), Eriksen (centre)... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Calls for Premier League to back refugees welcome campaignFootball clubs are being urged to allow fans to show support for the victims of
Calls for Premier League to back refugees welcome campaign
Daily Mirror / Posted 23 hours ago
Football clubs are being urged to allow fans to show support for the victims of the refugee crisis. Labour is calling on the teams to let fans unfurl banners and hold signs with the #refugeeswelcome logo at matches. There are concerns that in the... Read more
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101 Great Goals
Ten of the best Bundesliga moments from August, including Douglas Costa's rainbow flick (It’s been an exciting start to the Bundesliga season with champions Bayern Muni
Ten of the best Bundesliga moments from August, including Douglas Costa's rainbow flick (
101 Great Goals / Posted 23 hours ago
It’s been an exciting start to the Bundesliga season with champions Bayern Munich having a predictably strong start and Borussia Dortmund looking reinvigorated under Thomas Tuchel. While Dortmund have scored goals for fun, one newcomer has stolen... Read more
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Evening Standard
Arsenal and Tottenham's combined squad valued at less than Man CityThe combined spending of Arsenal and Tottenham on their first team squad is les
Arsenal and Tottenham's combined squad valued at less than Man City
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
The combined spending of Arsenal and Tottenham on their first team squad is less than Manchester City, according to the CIES Football Observatory. The two north London sides were noticeably quiet in the final weeks of the summer transfer window,... Read more
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SportsFan
Villas-Boas ban puts Zenit future in doubtAndre Villas-Boas' future as manager of Russian champions Zenit St Petersburg a
Villas-Boas ban puts Zenit future in doubt
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
Andre Villas-Boas' future as manager of Russian champions Zenit St Petersburg appeared to hang in the balance on Friday after he was handed a six-match ban. On Thursday, the Russia Football Union (RFU) disciplinary panel banned the former Porto,... Read more
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Goal.com
Premier League moves could ruin De Bruyne, Firmino and Baba - MatthausThe trio departed the Bundesliga for top Premier League sides this summer but t
Premier League moves could ruin De Bruyne, Firmino and Baba - Matthaus
Goal.com / Posted yesterday
The trio departed the Bundesliga for top Premier League sides this summer but the former Bayern Munich star feels it was a dangerous move for each of them The trio made moves from Wolfsburg, Hoffenheim and Augsburg respectively this summer to join... Read more
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football411
Gotze: Bayern exit never an option Mario Gotze insists he never considered leaving Bayern Munich during the tran
Gotze: Bayern exit never an option
football411 / Posted yesterday
Mario Gotze insists he never considered leaving Bayern Munich during the transfer window, despite the speculation surrounding his future.The midfielder was heavily linked with a departure during the off-season,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Scotland are aware of banana skin danger in Georgia, says McCallTHE war cry was anticipated and straightforward. The execution of it threatens
Scotland are aware of banana skin danger in Georgia, says McCall
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
THE war cry was anticipated and straightforward. The execution of it threatens to be anything but. The Tussle in Tbilisi is a fixture has banana skin written all over it, even if you take the nightmare suffered in 2007 out of the equation. Eight... Read more
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FIFA
Lewandowski: We can beat Germany againWhen Robert Lewandowski scores, football fans in Germany are usually the ones t
Lewandowski: We can beat Germany again
FIFA / Posted yesterday
When Robert Lewandowski scores, football fans in Germany are usually the ones that get emotional. If they support Bayern Munich, they celebrate. If not, they most likely tend to lament. On Friday evening, however, Poland's world-class striker will... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
German great Bierhoff worried English clubs like Southampton now more attractiveOliver Bierhoff admits he is concerned that money in English football is making
German great Bierhoff worried English clubs like Southampton now more attractive
tribalfootball.com / Posted yesterday
Oliver Bierhoff admits he is concerned that money in English football is making the Premier League a more attractive prospect for players. The 47-year-old former Germany striker was asked about the recent summer transfer market and how it appears... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Bayern Munich's gesture to refugees is just the latest showing of German football's welcoming spirit | Irish Examiner Friday, September 04, 2015 -...
Bayern Munich's gesture to refugees is just the latest showing of German football's welcoming spirit
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
| Irish Examiner Friday, September 04, 2015 -... Read more
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Khaleej Times
Germany to face Poland without Marco ReusGermany must again do without winger Marco Reus for their key Euro 2016 qualifi
Germany to face Poland without Marco Reus
Khaleej Times / Posted yesterday
Germany must again do without winger Marco Reus for their key Euro 2016 qualifier against Group D leaders Poland on Friday after the Borussia Dortmund star broke his big toe. As well as the Poland clash in Frankfurt, the 26-year-old will also miss... Read more
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Old Trafford Faithful
Manchester United XI compiled of stars who they’ve let go this seasonLouis van Gaal is known for his stubbornness and his willingness to part with h
Manchester United XI compiled of stars who they’ve let go this season
Old Trafford Faithful / Posted yesterday
Louis van Gaal is known for his stubbornness and his willingness to part with his big name stars if they are not performing for the club. This summer has certainly been no different, with the Iron Tulip wielding the axe and parting with some of... Read more
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soccernews
I never considered Bayern exit - GotzeMidfielder Mario Gotze insists he never considered leaving Bayern Munich and he
I never considered Bayern exit - Gotze
soccernews / Posted yesterday
Midfielder Mario Gotze insists he never considered leaving Bayern Munich and he is confident he can shine under Pep Guardiola. The Germany international was heavily linked with a move away from the Bundesliga champions in the... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Scotland are of banana skin danger in Georgia, says McCallTHE war cry was anticipated and straightforward. The execution of it threatens
Scotland are of banana skin danger in Georgia, says McCall
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
THE war cry was anticipated and straightforward. The execution of it threatens to be anything but. The Tussle in Tbilisi is a fixture has banana skin written all over it, even if you take the nightmare suffered in 2007 out of the equation. Eight... Read more
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Yahoo News
Soccer for humanity: Germany welcomes refugees DORTMUND, GERMANY - AUGUST 27: The refugees, which Borussia Dortmund invited
Soccer for humanity: Germany welcomes refugees
Yahoo News / Posted yesterday
DORTMUND, GERMANY - AUGUST 27: The refugees, which Borussia Dortmund invited to watch the match, prior to the UEFA Europa League: Third Qualifying Round 1st Leg match between Borussia Dortmund and Odds... Read more
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thehardtackle
Manchester City Transfer Window Report Card: Citizens Flex Financial Muscle And Strengthen ImpressivelyManchester City were the undisputed winners of the summer transfer window, maki
Manchester City Transfer Window Report Card: Citizens Flex Financial Muscle And Strengthen Impressively
thehardtackle / Posted yesterday
Manchester City were the undisputed winners of the summer transfer window, making potentially world class additions to their squad in nearly every department. Chelsea manager José Mourinho said after his side won the English Premier League last... Read more
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metro
German club Bayern Munich are doing something incredible to help thousands of refugeesBayern Munich set up training camp offering German lessons, footballs, food and
German club Bayern Munich are doing something incredible to help thousands of refugees
metro / Posted yesterday
Bayern Munich set up training camp offering German lessons, footballs, food and support to refugees Bayern Munich have announced plans to help thousands of refugees – providing them with financial support, food and German lessons. The Bundesliga... Read more
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Mashable
Bayern Munich is donating $1.1 million to help Europe's refugee crisisWhat's This?Bayern Munich's Thomas Mueller celebrates his 2:0 score with teamma
Bayern Munich is donating $1.1 million to help Europe's refugee crisis
Mashable / Posted yesterday
What's This?Bayern Munich's Thomas Mueller celebrates his 2:0 score with teammates at the second half time, during the German Bundesliga match between Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen Image: eter Kneffel/picture-alliance/dpa/Associated Press A... Read more
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sportsmole
Freiburg ring the changesFreiburg coach Christian Streich has made several changes to his lineup from th
Freiburg ring the changes
sportsmole / Posted yesterday
Freiburg coach Christian Streich has made several changes to his lineup from the side that was trounced 5-1 by Borussia Dortmund before the international break. Freiburg: Baumann; Mujdza, Krnas, Diagne, Sorg; Ginter, Schuster, Schmid, Caligiuri;... Read more
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UEFA News
European QualifiersGroup DPodolski torn as Germany meet PolandThe heartstrings of Polish-born Germ
European Qualifiers
UEFA News / Posted yesterday
Group DPodolski torn as Germany meet PolandThe heartstrings of Polish-born Germany forward Lukas Podolski are being tugged once more as the world champions welcome the top side in Group D. "It's always a very emotional encounter for me," he said. "I... Read more
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Mashable
The abysmal gap between the UK and Germany on the refugee crisisWhat's This?A little girl from Syria, who has just arrived by train, waits to t
The abysmal gap between the UK and Germany on the refugee crisis
Mashable / Posted yesterday
What's This?A little girl from Syria, who has just arrived by train, waits to travel on to a reception centre, at the central railway station in Munich, Germany, 3 September 2015. Image: Sven Hoppe/picture-alliance/dpa/Associated Press LONDON —... Read more
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soccernews
Germany can cope with Reus absence - LowGermany coach Joachim Low has called on his side to make up for the absence of
Germany can cope with Reus absence - Low
soccernews / Posted yesterday
Germany coach Joachim Low has called on his side to make up for the absence of injured forward Marco Reus during the forthcoming qualifiers against Poland and Scotland. Ahead of fixtures in Frankfurt and Glasgow, the world champions trail Poland by... Read more
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