Kit Holden writes on German Football for The Independent and Der Tagesspiegel. He is also a co-editor of online magazine Bundesliga Football UK.
20 February 2013 01:59 PM
Jack Wilshere and Lukas Podolski picked out as only star performers in Arsenal side
Arsenal beware: Bayern Munich’s attack is so good they leave Mario Gomez and Arjen Robben on the bench
19 February 2013 02:19 PM
The Munich street on which the Bayern headquarters are to be found, has begun to take its place alongside Coronation Street and Albert Square as the location for one of the world’s most famous soap operas.
18 February 2013 01:23 PM
If Arsenal are to keep one thing in mind when they line up against FC Bayern tomorrow evening, it should be that this is not Bayern as we have known them in recent years.
05 February 2013 03:00 PM
If the scope of Europol’s match fixing discoveries have taught us one thing, it is that this a disease which transcends all boundaries, and seeps into any and every football nation it possibly can.
29 January 2013 01:37 PM
German football expert Kit Holden analyses the midfielder's early switch from Schalke
21 January 2013 01:12 PM
For those poor souls whose primary source of post-Christmas entertainment is the machinations of the Bundesliga, January was set to be bleak.
17 January 2013 01:29 PM
The capture of the former Barcelona manager is some sort of revenge for Bayern Munich over Chelsea.
Germany must hope love isn't blind as Joachim Löw shapes the national team for a more successful year
09 January 2013 11:33 AM
For Löw and his side, 2013 will be a year for reform. The trials exposed various psychological shortcomings which must be sorted, but Löw’s talents as a coach, and the quality and breadth of the resources available to him are still in no doubt.
Since outperforming Arsenal, Schalke have been shooting themselves in the foot even more than the Gunners
21 December 2012 03:24 PM
If Arsene Wenger is looking for some solace in these, perhaps the hardest weeks of his career as Arsenal manager, he would do well to look to Gelsenkirchen.
05 December 2012 02:52 PM
German fans are concerned not with blind loyalty to the name of their club, or their right to “reclaim” racist terminology, but with the essence of fandom, and the prosperity of the game as a social entity.
More Britons believe that multiculturalism makes the country worse - not better, says poll
Osborne to cap family benefits at £23,000 – announced ahead of his post-election Budget
Nathan Collier: Montana man inspired by same-sex marriage ruling requests right to wed two wives
Sickness and disability benefits could be reduced by £30 a week as part of £12bn welfare cuts
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Greece crisis: Referendum exposes a gaping hole at the heart of the European Union – its lack of genuine legitimacy
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