We wait a couple of years for a match against the Netherlands, then two come at once. Followed by another two in short order. After last year’s UEFA Nations League double header, one can say that German fans have had
It has been an incredibly tough year for German football, and what was one seen as a bastion of innovation and stability has threatened to turn into a basket case. In days gone by, one would have expected to see
It is time for the last match of 2018, and Germany are set to close out the year with their final UEFA Nations League fixture against their old rivals from the Netherlands in Gelsenkirchen. The Oranje’s 2-0 win over France
It is hard to imagine right now, but this time last year Germany had been unbeaten for close to eighteen months. After a traumatic World Cup, 2018 finally comes to an end with a friendly against this summer’s hosts Russia
Many observers and commentators have been sceptical about the new-fangled UEFA Nations League, but for Germany these matches have become more important than ever. After the summer’s failure in the World Cup, there is a desperate need for team to
After the goalless draw against newly-crowned world champions France three nights earlier, Jogi Löw’s German team were just about good enough against a limited but energetic Peru in Sinsheim. The coach rang the changes for the friendly against the South
After last Thursday’s goalless UEFA Nations League tie with France, things take a slightly more relaxed turn in Sinsheim this evening. As Jogi Löw’s German team continue their post-Russia rehabilitation, they take on South Americans Peru.
Ahead of Germany’s first match of the season against France, there was plenty of trepidation. Badly traumatised and with the wounds still raw from this summer’s debacle in Russia, a match against the team that had taken the World Cup
After a tumultuous summer and over two months of soul searching, the time has come for Germany to take their first steps on the road to footballing recovery. The start of the inaugural UEFA Europa Nations League sees the Nationalmannschaft
So, where do we begin? I am going to keep it simple here, as more will be on the way. In what has to go down in one of the biggest shocks of the tournament so far, Germany are out.
After the staggering comeback against Sweden, everything is back in Germany’s hands for their final group phase match against South Korea in Kazan. A win should guarantee safe passage through to the knockout stages, and despite the shaky start Jogi
After the last-second victory against Sweden, Germany’s World Cup campaign is back in their hands. Like in South Africa in 2010 when they came into their final group match against Ghana, Die Mannschaft need to win to guarantee their progress