Playing both sides

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The Independent Online
The manager of the German football league champions Werder Bremen admitted he had been a double agent for West Germany and the Soviet KGB, Reuter reports from Bonn. Willi Lemke, regarded as Germany's leading manager for taking Bremen out of the red and making it one of the richest clubs, said he became a spy out of a 'yearning for adventure, vanity, curiosity and duty to my country'.

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