DFB-Pokal updates from the 7.30pm BST kick-off at the Allianz Arena Live scoreboard! Follow all the day’s goals and games as they happen Email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @GreggBakowski 6.39pm BST Evening. It’s Der Klassiker! That sounds meaty doesn’t it? Like it’s going to leap through your TV set and switch over the channel and then threaten you with violence if you dare try to watch anything else. Unless you’re at the match that is. But, hey, this MBM is catering for armchair football hipsters so that’s not likely. This is being billed as Jürgen Klopp’s last dance with the team that has done so much to persistently make his job as Dortmund manager ever more difficult by buying up his best players. They offered him flowers before the match – presumably in recognition of what a great scout he’s been for them over the past five years. Klopp turned them down in case you’re wondering. He knows a condescending pat on the head when he sees it coming. 6.30pm BST Gregg will be here shortly. In the meantime have a read of Raphael Honigstein’s Bundesliga blog this week: In 2014 Bayern Munich charged to the earliest Bundesliga title ever before the end of March, with seven matches to spare. They were slightly later to put their feet up in 2015, retaining the crown with four games left. “German champions on the couch. It’s a weird but beautiful feeling!” tweeted Thomas Müller, after Borussia Mönchengladbach’s 1-0 win over second-placed VfL Wolfsburg on Sunday night had confirmed the inevitable. The German international goes by the changing-room nickname of Radio Müller thanks to his frequent – but more often than not quite insightful – public announcements, and the slight regret that could be detected in his statement hints at the club’s and their supporter’s bittersweet feelings. As much as Matthias Sammer insisted that winning the league was “never normal”, it nevertheless has become the norm. Continue reading...
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• Barça’s Lionel Messi and Gerard Piqué also abused by Espanyol fans in derby • Spain’s football league seeking to crack down on unruly fans • Barcelona see off Espanyol despite Alba’s red card Spain’s football league has denounced Espanyol after their fans directed monkey chants at the Brazil pair Neymar and Dani Alves and insulted the Spain defender Gerard Piqué during Saturday’s La Liga derby at home to Barcelona . Lionel Messi was also verbally abused and Espanyol will be reported to a Spanish government commission that seeks to combat violence, racism and xenophobia in sport, the Liga de Fútbol Profesional said on Tuesday. Continue reading...
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@In moaning news, I have now had a headache of some description every day since Thursday including two migraines. Which is nice.
In moaning news, I have now had a headache of some description every day since Thursday including two migraines. Which is nice.Show Profile
With four matches to go, 11 points separate top and bottom, seven teams have a chance of taking the title and the nation’s most successful club could be relegated Disappointed that the Premier League lacks a genuinely exciting title race? Dismayed that the situation at the head of the Bundesliga and Serie A is similar? Then feast your eyes on Algeria’s top division. With four matches of the league season to go, a mere 11 points separate the leaders from the bottom club and no fewer than seven teams can win the championship. Where nine games ago MC Alger were bottom of the table, now they are in the thick of the title race under their Portuguese coach, Artur Jorge. Top spot has been held by five different clubs and the battle to avoid finishing in the 16-team league’s three relegation places is equally intense. USM Bel Abbès, who are 14th, are three points off the comfort of eighth spot. Continue reading...
• 16-year-old Norwegian set for big break • Bale and Benzema fit to face Juventus The 16-year-old Martin Odegaard could make his debut for Real Madrid when the European champions host Almería on Wednesday after being included in the match-day squad for the first time. “Tomorrow in the squad there will be three youth-team players,” the Real coach Carlo Ancelotti told the club website . “Odegaard, [Borja] Mayoral and Diego Llorente. I think two of the three will be on the bench and they could get an opportunity to play.” Continue reading...
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@Sorry coach @Nath_Robertson that I lost my match and couldn't continue the winning 😥. More practice for 7th June??. http