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5 Fantastic Jurgen Klopp Comments To The Press

A man of emotion, a man of passion, a man who personifies what the game means to those fans who stand on the Yellow Wall to back his side. Today’s announcement that Jurgen Klopp will leave his post as Dortmund manager at the end of the season comes as a great shock to football fans across the globe and has left us …

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Dortmund Confirm Jurgen Klopp Will Leave At End Of Season

Borussia Dortmund have confirmed that Jurgen Klopp will leave the German giants at the end of the season.  According to the BBC, he ‘asked to be released from his contract’. His current deal was to run until 2018. Klopp arrived at dortmund in the summer of 2008 and has since won the German Bundesliga twice as well as one DFB-Pokal. His …

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BREAKING: Jurgen Klopp Asks To Quit Borussia Dortmund

A press conference is scheduled for 12:30 this afternoon where Jurgen Klopp will reportedly announce his intention to leave German club Borussia Dortmund this summer.  According to German tabloid Bild, Klopp is suffering from exhaustion after a dreadful season that for long periods, seemed destined to end in relegation. Klopp, who is under contract at the club until 2018, has asked …

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Why Manchester United Are Not Europe’s Most In-Form Team

Manchester United

Manchester United are now the most in-form team in England, however despite their fantastic display yesterday against Manchester City, they are not Europe’s best performing side at present.  United’s season has taken a massive upturn in recent weeks, winning their last six games in a row, including victories over Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City. This has led to United becoming the most in-form …

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European Giants Collide This Weekend

Liverpool

This weekend sees the clash of European giants with the Bundesliga’s giants Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich facing off as well as Marseille hosting Paris Saint Germain.  Here, David Cullinane previews two of Europe’s biggest games happening this weekend. Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich (Saturday, 17:30 on BT Sport 1) Mario Gotze and Robert Lewandoski return to Dortmund, along with …

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Why Jurgen Klopp Is The Greatest Manager Of All Time

It’s been a bit of a roller coaster of a season for Borussia Dortmund fans. A shocking opening few months left the club fighting relegation while a recent resurgence in form has left the German side with an outside chance of qualifying for Europe.  After a convincing drubbing at the hands of Juventus saw them dumped out of the Champion’s …

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What’s Stopping English Players From Playing Abroad?

Although the Premier League is flooded with English talent, there is a distinct lack of Englishmen frequenting Europe’s other top leagues. Here we try to figure out why this may be. An infographic created by whoscored.com shows just how big the gulf is in England’s finest playing in their domestic league as apposed to Europe’s other footballing powerhouses. There are several …

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The Premier League’s European Decline Summed Up In A Week

Everton’s comprehensive defeat at the hands of Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League on Thursday night had the feel of a ‘final insult’ to the Premier League, in what has been a miserable few weeks for English football. It followed Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City’s recent elimination from the Champions League, meaning there will be no English participation in the …

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10,000 Fans Travel To Support Dortmund Against Hannover

Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Hannover 96 today, away from home, and now find themselves heading clear of relegation worry, in tenth place. It’s not just on the pitch that the Black and Yellows are doing well though. Today, according to the club’s official Twitter account there were ten thousand fans packed into Hannover’s stadium, and who are we to argue with them …

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Chelsea Will Regret Selling Kevin de Bruyne

Chelsea were unimpressive and sloppy during their 1-1 draw with Southampton last weekend as players like Fabregas and Oscar failed to provide the creativity to secure the three points they needed to edge them closer to the Premier League title. On the same day as Chelsea’s unexciting draw with Southampton, a former Chelsea player lit up the Bundesliga and secured …

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Why Does Football’s Predictability Draw In Spectators?

Just three sides besides Bayern Munich have won the German league title in the last ten years. In that time the same number of sides have lifted the Premier League trophy aloft also. It begs the question, why do vast football crowds keep coming when the winners are so predictable? Although far from being European powerhouses, Greek and Scottish football paints an altogether …

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VIDEO: Bundesliga Release Official Top Ten 4 Goal Performances

The official Bundesliga channel is streets ahead of the likes of the Premier League or La Liga. Often uploading official highlights to widen their worldwide following, the Germans really seem to be at the races when it comes to their global marketing strategy. This week after Bas Dost stuck four in one game for Wolfsburg, the Bundesliga YouTube team were …

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What Has Caused Borussia Dortmund’s Renaissance?

Callum Connolly investigates the rebirth of Jurgen Klopp’s Borussia Dortmund side following months of mediocre displays.   Marco Reus instigated a 4-2 comeback win over Mainz on Friday evening and after a sensational 3-0 rout in Freiburg the previous week, the resurgence of form for Die Borussen led many to think Jürgen Klopp’s outfit had returned to the heights of …

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Highlights: Dortmund Cruise Past Freiburg

It has been a season to forget for Borussia Dortmund. Starting the campaign with ambitions of once again challenging Bayern Munich for the Bundesliga, Dortmund are now not even thinking about a Champions League spot. They are simply hoping to avoid relegation.  After a 1-0 loss at home to Augsburg mid-week, the Yellow Wall finally began to turn on Jurgen …

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Is The End Near For Jurgen Klopp?

The past four years at Borussia Dortmund has seen Jurgen Klopp claim two Bundesliga titles while also guiding his side to a Champions League final. However, after a dismal season thus far, the 1-0 loss to Augsburg on Wednesday night finally saw the Dortmund faithful losing patience with both their team and manager.  Widely regarded across Europe as the best …

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WATCH: Hummels & Weidenfeller Try To Calm Dortmund Fans

After yet another loss, this time to high-flying Augsburg the Borussia Dortmund duo did their best to appease the fans.   Things are ugly in Dortmund. Really ugly. The side sit bottom of the Bundesliga after nineteen games. Their latest loss came last night to FC Augsburg. A team that are flying high, currently occupying fourth in the Bundesliga. But …

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