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Bundesliga
30
Jun
2020

TSG Hoffenheim – Justin Signed One-Year

Bundesliga club TSG have prematurely extended the contract of defender Justin Hoogma by an extra year. The deal will now run until 30 June 2022. At the same time, an agreement was reached for the 22-year-old Dutchman to remain on loan at Dutch top-flight club FC Utrecht next season. “We have agreed to grant Justin’s...
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12
Jun
2020

Bayern Wins On Return

Defending champion Bayern Munich returned to action Sunday with a 2-0 win at Union Berlin as the restart of German soccer continued in empty stadiums. Players’ shouts echoed off the rows of concrete terracing around Union’s stadium as Bayern moved closer to an eighth straight league title. Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was cautiously optimistic after...
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09
Jun
2020

Sancho Told To ‘Grow Up’

Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho has been told to “grow up” by teammate Emre Can after he broke Germany’s lockdown rules to have a haircut earlier this week. Dortmund pair Sancho and Manuel Akanji were fined on Friday after pictures emerged in the German press of them having haircuts without following social distancing rules or protective equipment (PPE). Sancho later said the...
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04
Jun
2020

Bundesliga’s Players Join BlackLivesMatter

DÜSSELDORF, Germany — As more players spoke out against racial discrimination and injustice, the German soccer federation said it will not punish those who protest against the killing of George Floyd. The Bundesliga has seen several players feature messages on their clothing and make gestures since Floyd died after a white Minneapolis police officer pressed...
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31
May
2020

TSG Hoffenheim wins

Mainz – TSG Hoffenheim wins a flattering win over FSV Mainz 05 on Saturday. The success brings the Europa League place closer. Bundesliga: TSG Hoffenheim celebrates narrow victory at FSV Mainz 05 on Saturday .Hoffenheim : Europa League now within reach again.TSG coach Alfred Schreuder ” proud ” of his players after winning away . Update from May 31 : After the flattering victory at FSV Mainz 05 , TSG Hoffenheim is back in...
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27
May
2020

The Fastest Bundesliga Players

Achraf Hakimi, Kingsley Coman and the fastest Bundesliga players of all time. With the fastest speed ever recorded in Bundesliga already broken thrice in 2019/20, first by Bayern Munich’s Kingsley Coman, then by Cologne defender Kingsley Ehizibue and most recently by Borussia Dortmund’s Achraf Hakimi, we dust off the history books to unveil the league’s...
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