Pete Sharland looks at some of the teams who have managed to buck the usual trend by winning their domestic title.
Posts Tagged ‘Stuttgart’
The battle for Europe is on in Germany, reports Pete Sharland.
Dave Wood discusses a handful of intriguing deadline day moves.
Ross Dunbar looks at the influx of Asian players into the Bundesliga and the influence that they have had on their respective sides.
The Europa League is heading towards the business end of thigns and Jonathan O’Shea is here to preview tonight’s last 32 second legs.
The past two midweeks have seen the return of European football to our screens. Over the course of these matches we’ve seen some fantastic games, goals, shots, passes, tackles, misdirection (if you’re Paul Scholes) or in the case of Arsenal, some really terrible efforts in the art of stopping the opposition from scoring. In the […]
Just one English club in action this time around due to Liverpool’s failure to progress from the group stages. Much like David Beckham’s appearance against Manchester United last week, as Inter Milan face Chelsea this week all eyes will be on former Chelsea manager, current Inter boss and all-time “special one” Jose Mourinho as he […]
Romanian striker Ciprian Marica was the hero as Stuttgart recorded a 1-0 away win over Freiburg in their southwestern Bundesliga derby. Both sides currently sit in the wrong half of the table and the game was always going to be a closely fought affair. Stuttgart started the brighter of the two and Freiburg keeper Simon […]