September 19th, 2019

Bayern Munich are set to experience a new dawn as Board Chief and Club president are set to exit the club. UliHoeness informed the German football powerhouse that he would step down in November as the club president.

Hoeness has been involved with the club since the 1970s as a teenage player, working his way up to become one of the most revered persons in German football history. He was involved in Bayern winning 27 Bundesliga titles and five European titles. 

He had a fierce reputation, still does but the hypocritical part of his story haunts him. He was convicted of tax evasion, despite always insisting on being clean, in 2014. He served 21 months in jail before being released in February 2016.

His popularity was still very high that he strolled back to the helm of the club and was re-elected later that year unopposed. Following the extensive criticism of the club and the somewhat stagnation, Hoeness has decided to give room to others. The chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge will train Oliver Kahn, 50, until 2021 before he hands over.

Club legend Kahn will sign a five year deal with the club, joining the board on Jan 1 2020 to understudy Rummenigge before the handover. Kahn has business education, and experience in football management and media.

In the next elections in November, Hoeness is expected to hand over to former Adidas boss Herbert Hainer. Hainer and Kahn are expected to help the club transform to the next level, attracting investments and endorsements, as well providing world class administration.

Franz Beckenbauer Shows Faith in Jurgen Klopp

June 28th, 2019

Franz Beckenbauer, the legendary German footballer, wants Jurgen Klopp back in Germany. The Bayern legend wants the Liverpool coach to come back in Bayern after his Champions League win. Currently, Niko Kovac is the Bayern coach and is going to continue in this position till 2019. Beckenbauer said that he (Klopp) will return one day and will manage his team. Beckenbauer considers him as one of the World’s best coaches currently available.

The German footballer recalled the Dortmund team of Klopp and considered it as his beginning and he has, since then, refined himself till today after the Liverpool victory. He believes that being a coach of a premier league team is much harder than that of a Bundesliga League. Being a Bundesliga team coach is a much easier task as there are less responsibilities and much assistance which does not deprive you of your strength and gives room to work on it.
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April 20th, 2019

Bayern Munich have been enduring a disappointing season by their standards as the club have not displayed their best performances often this season. the Bavarian club was knocked out in the round of 16 of the Champions League for the first time in a while in a limp defeat to Liverpool.

The German giants looked devoid of ideas as the EPL club tore them apart in the return leg at the Allianz Arena. There have been concerns by many in the media about the need for the club to revamp the squad in the summer in what is likely to be the biggest transfer window in the club’s history.
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March 19th, 2019

Last week Germany coach Joachim Low announced the decision to jettison Mats Hummels, Jerome Boateng and Thomas Muller from the National team. As expected there has been a backlash from Bayern Munich over the decision.

The trio was important part cogs for the German national team and helped the nation win the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. It was a shock when the announcement came of the decision to dismiss the three [players in a public way.
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Legends Like Franz Beckenbauer, Waugh Steve, Spitz Mark Were Invited To Attend Laureus Awards Of Sports

February 8th, 2019

On 18 February the most dignified sports laureates such as Beckenbauer Franz, Spitz Mark, Waugh Steve are in the list of the invitees who will be hosted and will grace the night of the prestigious world sports Laureus Awards.

Beckenbauer Franz said that it is indeed an honor and privilege to be invited to such a prestigious sports awards, it makes me feel like I have actually earned something in his field after so many hardships and hard work, it’s my pleasure to be invited with so many other sports laureates who have gained immense respect and success through there great achievements.
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Franz Beckenbauer – A Celebrity Figure In German Football

December 24th, 2018

Franz Beckenbauer of Berlin holds accomplishments of having won the World Cup during his playing days as well as when he was a coach, welcomed Didier Deschamps also in the ring of similar achievers in German football.

Beckenbauer played like a player with West Germany and won the World Cup for his country in 1974; he again did so as manager of the team that won the World Cup in the year 1990. Deschamps also showed similar achievements as a player in the year 1998 and triumphed when France beat Croatia in the finals in the World Cup this year. Der Kaiser remarked that it was now three of them with similar achievements for the country. Deschamps holds more similarities with Beckenbauer as he too, was captain when he played and the team won the World Cup. Beckenbauer recollects his experiences and how that helped him later on when he took on the role of coach.
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The Five Most Curious Commercials With Football Stars

November 15th, 2018

Franz Beckenbauer eats soup, the former VFB stars Kevin Kuranyi and Andreas Hinkel swear by Nutella and Manuel Neuer is thanks to Coca Cola, not Manuel Neuer. We show the most bizarre commercials with footballers. Stuttgart – Whether for a day cream, soups, chewy sweets or spreads: There is hardly a product that would not sell better with the faces of prominent footballers.

The first of his kind was Franz Beckenbauer when he with the acting performance of a Kreisligatorhüters the Knut soup of Knorr applied. He was followed by numerous other professional footballers, who do not always make the best figure in the commercials. We’ve put together a selection of the most curious gigs in commercials from Lothar Matthäus to Kevin Kuranyi:
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Euro 2024 Host: Germany Has The Clear Edge Over Turkey

October 25th, 2018

The announcement is expected at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, at 1300 GMT (18.30 IST) on Thursday. Germany plans to enter their first Euro as a whole country where West Germany has hosted the event in 1988. On the other hand, Turkey, the only other bidding nation in the field, hopes to be awarded their first major football tournament after missing out on France with a vote for the right to host Euro 2016.

Germany has a clear advantage over stadiums and transport. Their official bid shows 10 existing stages ready to host the 2024 finals, while Turkey will rebuild and renovate two of their proposed stadiums. While 2.29 million fans could see Euro 2024 games in Turkey, based on maximum capacity, the German bid can offer seats to 2.78 million followers. This means more revenue from ticket sales, and the Germans also steal a march with regard to transport. Germany offers a reliable road, rail and air network that is ready to whip visitors, fans between host cities. However, as the UEFA reports note, “travel is dependent on air transport, and the amount of work to be performed in the given time frame poses a risk.”
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Sami Khedira To Continue His Germany International Career

August 31st, 2018

Sami Khedira, the Juventus midfielder recently made a statement that he has plans of continuing his career in Germany till the time Joachim Low, Germany boss wants him. There have been calls made for the winners of the 2014 World Cup to inject new blood due to group stage exit in Russia during the tournament this year. Mario Gomez and Mesut Ozil have taken a step backward.

The ex Real Madrid player successfully capped for 77 times since the year 2009. He has now moved to assure his determination and dedication to the German Football Federation and also to the National team. Khedira wrote on social media that he continues to believe that performance and success of a team should be on top of the list. The national team should be created by country’s best players and a free choice must be given to the national coach.
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Germany FA Submit Euro 2024 Bid

May 31st, 2018

The German Football Association (DFB) has submitted a bid as it seeks to host the European Championships in 2024, according to reports. The president Reinhard Grindel submitted the bid on behalf of the association to the continental governing body UEFA. Grindel made the submission alongside the bid ambassador Philipp Lahm, a former Bayern Munich and German skipper.

The DFB submitted their bid ahead of the April 27 deadline as they seek to host the continent with the last being the 1988 edition even though they staged the 2006 World Cup. Grindel said they submitted an “excellent bid concept” which will be an opportunity for UEFA to further develop the game. They want the Euro 2024 to be staged in the heart of the continent, with fans being able to support their teams. Read the rest of this entry »