Jonathan Lines looks ahead to the biggest game of the weekend in Germany.
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Jonathan Lines has all the latest from Germany where the league table is developing a defined order after eleven games of the season.
The highest-profile of the weekend’s fixtures was the early Sunday match between rivals and Bundesliga giants Bayer Leverkusen and Schalke 04. Jefferson Farfán scored the only goal for the visitors, and it was a far more entertaining game than the 1-0 scoreline suggested. Farfan’s was a marvellous solo goal. He took the ball from 10 [...]
Connor O’Neill explains all about the 3.Liga, Germany’s third tier of professional football.
As Per Mertesacker completes a switch to Arsenal, Jonathan Lines wonders why more Germans haven’t made the move to the Premier League.
Ahead of the new Bundesliga season, Ross Dunbar looks at a Bayern Munich side hoping to recapture the main domestic prize.
Back Page Football’s Ger McCarthy takes a nostalgic look back at the Denmark team that competed in the 1986 World Cup in Mexico which is still remembered with great affection as one of the most electrifying sides ever to grace the competition.
Back Page Football’s Ger McCarthy takes a nostalgic look back at World Cup 1982 and one of the most amazing games ever to grace the competition between West Germany and France.
Cillian O’Neill is back with the second lot of players to watch out for as transfer silly season gets into full swing around Europe.
Samuel Luckhurst speaks about the 2007 U21 European Champions Holland, a team which has failed to make any sort of impact individually since their success on home turf.