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The honorary president of Bayern Munich wants to see Germany follow the lead set by the Premier League
Hoffenheim completed one of the most astonishing escapes the Bundesliga has seen by winning 2-1 at Kaiserslautern in the second leg of their playoff on Monday, despite missing a penalty.
Klopp cemented his role as the most talked about – and possibly one of the most liked managerial talents in Europe
Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich prove financial prudence can be launch pad to glory
Germany international had originally been expected to join in the summer
64-year-old to assist at German second division side
Both nations are on course for qualification for the tournament in Brazil
The Real Madrid midfielder has failed to impress at Anfield
Schalke's Lewis Holtby has dismissed speculation linking him with a move to tomorrow's Champions League opponents Arsenal.
Arsène Wenger will hope for some good news when Arsenal host Schalke in the Champions League tonight. After losing at Norwich last Saturday, his side are 10 points off the lead in the Premier League and at tomorrow's Annual General Meeting their seven-year trophy drought is bound to be an issue.
Victory over Schalke tonight would allow Arsenal to concentrate on league ahead of AGM
Hoffenheim midfielder Boris Vukcevic's life is no longer in danger from head injuries sustained in a car accident, although it is still too early for a long-term prognosis.
Germany and Portugal were today fined by UEFA over the behaviour of their fans during their opening European Championship match on Saturday night.
Manchester United began the long-overdue revamping of their midfield yesterday by agreeing a deal to sign Shinji Kagawa. The creative Japanese international will join from Borussia Dortmund, pending a medical and work permit, for a fee thought to be £12m.
Borussia Dortmund midfielder Shinji Kagawa is set to leave the club this summer after turning down the offer of a new contact.
Alcohol, relegation, defensive chaos and boardroom confusion: Stale Solbakken will not be too worried by the situation at Wolverhampton Wanderers, because he has experienced it all and worse this season at Cologne.