A post shared by Aubameyang (@aubameyang97) on Jan 15, 2018 at 1:18pm PST Following two successive wins at the end of the Hinrunde, it appeared that Dortmund’s season was destined to once again take a positive spin. However, Die Schwarzgelben’s 2018 began with frustration, after being held to a goalless draw when Wolfsburg visited on […]
Winter is coming and Tom Scarborough takes a look at which teams have the hardest and softest fixtures before they break for the holidays.
With Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Bosz under intense pressure, Terry Duffelen examines the options available for the club when deciding whether or not to make a change at the top.
Tom Scarborough travelled to Hesse to take in the marvels of Frankfurt and to drink some really shitty cider. He also went to a football match. Here’s what happened.
He is one of the finest players of his generation. In a recent interview Kevin Prince Boateng talks about the racism he has experienced in life and football. Nik Wildhagen has the details.
Berlin loves football but cannot boast a truly big club. Terry Duffelen explains why and asks if Hertha BSC will ever join the top table of European football.
This weekend we saw Bayern extend their lead at the top of the table as both Dortmund and Leipzig dropped points. Meanwhile there was more VAR woe for Köln and Werder worked out their issues on Hannover. Here’s Terry and Nik with their takes from the latest Bundesliga Matchday.
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.