Darren Holland discusses Berlin and its relative lack of success on the European stage.
Posts Tagged ‘Germany’
Alan Moore looks at how Russia differs from the rest of the world when it comes to scheduling international matches.
Alex Wood discusses the evolution of the position between the posts and the new age “sweeper-keeper”.
Not everything is rosy in the German game, and Scott Schroder names and shames some of the nation’s offenders.
A look at the impressive start made by the home nations as they battle for Euro 2016 qualification.
Gerry Farrell rewinds to the last century and looks at one of the most historically important games between Ireland and Germany.
Ahead of Ireland’s friendly with Oman, Matt Gault looks at the current state the Ireland team and what is needed to get them to Euro 2016.
Matt Carter assess the developments in Europe since the Women’s World Cup qualification journey began back in September.
Three reasons why Özil has been unable to maintain his high standards in the last twelve months.
There are players that are respected for their skill, commitment and hard work. There are players that are loved for their talent, artistry and skill. Then there is Günter Netzer. There is a sense that the cultural change of late sixties early seventies produced some of the greatest flair players football has seen. The freedom to […]