It has now been a week since Germany were knocked out of the World Cup. After the initial denial period, German fans have now come to accept that while some international football tournament is still being played in Russia, Jogi
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
When the draw was made last December for next month’s World Cup, Germany were provided with a challenging, but workable, set of three opponents. Three countries that, for fans of the Mannschaft, will be familiar without having to trawl too
So, after all the build up, the World Cup draw is done. Nice and simple, with little of the usual razzmatazz and no dancing monkeys or supermodels. Just what it should be, a draw. Thirty-two balls being pulled out of
Germany’s first match at the Rio Olympics saw Serge Gnabry come on as a substitute to change the game against Mexico. In the Olympiamannschaft’s second game against South Korea the Arsenal winger was the saviour again – this time with
The Euros are over and the Bundesliga season is yet to begin, but Germany are in action in Rio again. In the city where Die Nationalmannschaft won their fourth world crown two years ago, the German men’s Olympic team are