• Was Sokratis responsible for Peter Bosz being fired?

    Peter Bosz returns to his former club on Sunday as the new Bayer Leverkusen head coach. A win would be pure gratifaction for Bosz (source: Ruhr 24; photo: dpa).

  • The waiting for Marco Reus – Will he be fit for the Leverkusen match?

    Marco Reus has been sidelined with a torn muscle fibre. Ever since since have been going in the wrong direction for BVB. Many fans and experts keep asking themselves: Will the captain return against Leverkusen upcoming Sunday?  (German, photo: dpa)

     

  • Jadon Sancho, the most-experienced youngster in European football

    Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho is the millenium-born player with the most top-flight experience in any of Europe’s top five leagues, a leading football research body has revealed. (English, photo: dpa) 

  • Jadon Sancho transfer: What Man Utd must do to land Borussia Dortmund teenager

    Manchester United clinching a top four spot is set to be key to their hopes of landing Jadon Sancho this summer. United want to bring in a wide player who is comfortable on the right wing and have made Borussia Dortmund’s teenage wonder kid Sancho their top target. (English, photo: dpa) 

  • Klopp: We wanted Sancho at Liverpool, but English clubs don’t sell to competitors

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he was interested in signing Jadon Sancho, but the culture surrounding transfers between English clubs prevented a deal from taking place. (English, photo. dpa) 

  • How Bayern Munich’s rejection of Jürgen Klopp changed the course of football history

    Liverpool’s gaffer missed out on the Bayern Munich job in 2008 – and in the long term that decision might have propelled the dominant German side to further greatness. (English, photo: dpa) 

  • Player Ratings: Borussia Dortmund stumble to goalless draw against Nuremberg

    Borussia Dortmund are now just three points clear of Bayern Munich after being held to a goalless draw by bottom club FC Nuremberg. (English, photo: dpa) 

  • Götze: “That wasn’t enough”

    Roman Bürki bemoaned the lack of penetration, while Mario Götze said more courage was required “to make something happen”. The coach and his players were anything but satisfied following the 0-0 draw at 1. FC Nuremberg. (English, photo: dpa) 

  • The match facts

    Borussia Dortmund dominated their goalless draw in Nuremberg and had 18 shots. FCN goalkeeper Christian Mathenia saved seven shots, which was as many as his team-mates managed at the other end all game. (English, photo: dpa) 

  • BVB coach Favre on the 0:0: “We had enough chances to score at least one goal”

    After the disappointing 0:0 at 1. FC Nuremberg coach and players quarreled with the wasted chances in the offensive. These are the match reactions. (German, photo: dpa)