Borussia Dortmund are going to Stuttgart without their top scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Terry Duffelen explains why.
Last month, Writing Fussball reviewed the incredibly successful 2018 World Cup qualification campaign for the German National team. On Friday, Joachim Löw’s men will look to build upon their stream-rolling form when they pay a visit to Wembley.
This weekend saw the big game in the Ruhr between Dortmund and Bayern, Schalke enter the top four, Hamburg of the rise and more misery in Bremen and Cologne. Here are Terry and Nik with their takes of Matchday 11.
Terry considers the dismissal of Alexander Nouri as Bremen coach and asks if it was really the right thing to do.
We welcome Alex Baker to Writing Fussball. On October 15th, Energie Cottbus hosted Babelsberg in a highly anticipated and charged match. It was the first meeting between the two since last season’s trouble-filled affair on April 28th.
Tom Scarborough has all you need to know in a busy midweek round of cup fixtures.
German football is heading in the wrong direction, according to a recent fan study. Niklas Wildhagen reveals more.
Nik reacts to the surprising news that FC Köln’s sporting director, Jörg Schmadtke, has left the club.
Right now Borussia Dortmund and Bayern München are both on 20 points, whilst the rather young and exciting RB Leipzig is only one point behind the top duo. Add to that the fact that Schalke and Hoffenheim are only 4 points behind the top 2 and suddenly the league which was the least competitive in Europe according to many so called experts, turns out to be a rather interesting affair for now.
Last weekend Borussia Dortmund’s unbeaten run at the Westfalenstadion came to an end after 41 matches. Tom Scarborough takes a look at some of the highlights of BVB’s impressive run at home.