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 […]
Posts Tagged ‘Germany’
Alan Robins reflects on the worst possible start to the World Cup for Portugal as they loo to get back on track against USA.
James Rodgers discusses German top flight football as one team continues to dominate.
Mark Houston presents the case for the versatile German international.
Stefan Kelly takes a look at player development with Belgium and Germany two of the countries leading the way.
Trevor Murray picks some of the players who should have an extra spring in their step tonight.
So that’s it confirmed then. The transfer that everyone knew that would happen has finally saw Lewandowski confirm he will be joining the 2013 European Champions. When asked if he would confirm his move to Pep Guardiola’s men in January by Sport1, he responded: “Yes, because then I can officially sign the contract.” Robert Lewandowski confirms […]
James Hunt picks some of the players to look out for at the European Under 21 Championships.
Dortmund, without Gotze, must prove they can still fly against Bayern, writes James Hunt.
Alan Moore reports on some advice dished out by a nation that has been there and done that both domestically and internationally.