Miami Schwarz und Weiß, 9th February 1999 Unlike many who would start and finish their international career with a single cap, Marco Reich’s one and only appearance for the Nationalmannschaft was not the usual forgettable five-minute run on and off.
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The recent ongoing debate over the concept the of the strikerless “False Nine” and Nationaltrainer Joachim Löw’s decision not to play a regular centre-forward in Germany’s more recent matches has prompted many to think that the era of the traditional
Travelling through South-Eastern Bavaria, you will find yourself being instantly captivated by the unique atmosphere. The clean air, crystal clear lakes, rolling green valleys, and the breathtaking mountains that look particularly spectacular against the background of a sky matching the
Think of those large house spiders you might occasionally see scuttling across your floor, usually during a warm summer evening. Just a blur of almost abnormally long, skinny legs, moving erratically and always managing to evade you as you try
At the end of October 2012, Felix Magath’s second spell at VfL Wolfsburg would come to a sad yet predictable end. In stark contrast to his first spell at the Volkswagen-Arena where he had taken the unheralded side from Lower
This latest piece will probably be completely lost on everyone under the age of thirty, and many people not quite into their forties. But I will try anyway. Back in the early 1980s, the German national team would be viewed