VfB Lübeck aren’t a well known club to most football fans. However, we can thank them for starting the events which lead to Jørn Andersen being sacked by Mainz and Thomas Tuchel being hired by the carnival club. The world of German football might indeed be very different if it hadn’t been for this one night in Lübeck.
It’s a cold Sunday evening. My girlfriend and I find ourselves at the local derby between Viking Stavanger and SK Brann on a rainy night. Around 9000 fans have found their way to Vikingstadion to watch the local lads fight for their lives in Norway’s top flight. The quality of football is questionable at times […]
Terry takes a closer look at the Bily Goats rough start to the season, whilst Nik gushes over Holger Badstuber’s return to form at Stuttgart.
Kevin Prince Boateng is back in the Bundesliga with Eintracht Frankfurt. Nik Wildhagen looks that this precocious talent and his chequered past. Will the Prince become the King of Frankfurt?
Had he lived, Robert Enke would be 40, Nik Wildhagen asks if enough is being done to help footballers in Germany with depression.
Since the start of the season fan groups of football clubs across Germany have participated in fan protests against the German FA, the DFB. Report and reaction from Terry Duffelen and Nik Wildhagen.
German football is filled with great anecdotes and stories about players, officials, fans and clubs. This segment is going to take a closer look at some of the best tid-bids from the history books of Fussball. This time around Nik Wildhagen takes a closer look at some of the greatest stories about MSV Duisburg
Nik and Terry look back on Matchday 1 of the Bundesliga.
Say what you will about Felix Magath but in his pomp he produced some amazing teams. Terry Duffelen remembers his great Wolfsburg side that won the Bundesliga in 2009.
As football fans from all around the world are gathering in front of their televisions to watch the first match of the season, Nik Wildhagen is stuck in Norway not being able to watch any Bundesliga action whatsoever.