1860 Munich face demotion to Germany’s fourth or fifth tier amateur divisions next season after failing to meet a deadline to pay for a third division license in the last few days. Continue reading “The incredible decline of 1860 Munich”
Borussia Dortmund’s decision to sack Thomas Tuchel last week just days after guiding the club to a DFB-Pokal cup win in Berlin over Eintracht Frankfurt was seen as a decision which had been coming for a good couple of months, given the breakdown of the relationship between Tuchel himself and CEO Watzke ever since the Dortmund team bus was subject to a bomb attack before their Champions League game in April. Continue reading “Dortmund hire Peter Bosz as new manager”
When Jurgen Klopp announced that he would be stepping down as coach of Borussia Dortmund in April 2015, both Dortmund fans and followers who watch the Bundesliga giants closely started speculating who would replace him and whether his replacement would be able to hit the heights which the hugely popular Klopp achieved during his time at the club. Continue reading “Borussia Dortmund – Building Towards a Brighter Future & Challenging Bayern Munich”
With Gareth Southgate officially announced as the permanent successor to Sam Allardyce (remember him as England manager?) a couple of months ago, the ex-international centre half took charge of his first game as Three Lions boss last night in Dortmund against current world champions Germany.
So, how did England look? Continue reading “The Southgate Era Begins”
Seeing as it’s the International break and there’s not much football on at all over the next fortnight or so, I thought now would be a good time to take a look at what’s going on around the main leagues in Europe recently and who looks set to be crowned champions in a couple of months time.