Tag: Bundesliga


Football: More than just a game and a welcome return to part of normality

With the Bundesliga back, Tom Cunningham highlights just how important it is, even though it’s not the same.


Can RB Leipzig pick up where they left off in the Bundesliga?

With Germany’s top flight set to get back underway, all eyes will be on RBL as they look to continue their title push.


The story of Franz Kremer and FC Cologne

Stephen Brandt, an American with a keen interest in European football history, takes a brief look back at Franz Kremer’s time at Cologne.

Watch: Hilarious own-goal from the Bundesliga

An unbelievable blunder from the past, as Augsburg score an incredible own-goal.

Watch: Mainz goalkeeper nearly concedes one of the most embarrassing goals you’ll ever see

Robin Zentner’s attempted no-look pass in Mainz’s game against Borussia Monchengladbach was a ballsy move the goalkeeper will probably never try again.

Watch: MSV Duisburg hit the post four times in 2.5 seconds

Bundesliga side MSV Duisburg hit the post four times in 2.5 frantic seconds against opponents, Fortuna Dusseldorf.


Dortmund’s Marco Reus has different handshakes for various teammates

Following Borussia Dortmund‘s 4-2 win over Mainz on the weekend, star man Marco Reus congratulated his teammates by showing off his unique handshakes that he has with some of them. His full-time antics c


Are fan-owned clubs the future?

In the past 20 years there have been 68 cases of insolvency involving non-league clubs. Many would put this down to poor management, with careless spending and a lack of regular income being important factors. It is quite


Blimey: Bundesliga player scores from edge of his own box

We’ve seen quite a few ridiculous strikes already this season and we’re not even a quarter of the way through this campaign. From Amido Balde’s incredible 35-yard volley, to goalkeeper Mark Oxley scoring from inside his ow


Hilarious own-goal from the Bundesliga

Own-goals are either utterly hilarious, completely unfortunate or just plain stupid from the guilty party. This latest one from Germany’s Bundesliga is both unfortunate and hilarious. It’s a unique but beautiful blend for the viewer. So


Bavarian dominance – why a historic treble was just a taste of things to come

The rocking Südtribüne, a charismatic coach with his shoestring team, spearheaded by their cherubic talisman. Borussia Dortmund had well and truly shaken Bavaria, in a time where oligarchs and billionaire investors are dictating the