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Petersen hat-trick fires Freiburg

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A Nils Petersen hat-trick helped Freiburg come from behind to beat Eintracht Frankfurt 4-1 and move off the foot of the Bundesliga on Saturday.

Marco Russ gave the visitors the lead in the first minute and their lead did not seem in any danger until Vladimir Darida levelled from the penalty spot after an hour.

Petersen then took centre stage, scoring two goals in five minutes before completing his hat-trick and Freiburg's much-needed third win of the season late on.

The last thing bottom-placed Freiburg...

Timo Hildebrand leaves Eintracht Frankfurt, could move to MLS

Timo Hildebrand has played for a number of Bundesliga clubs, including Schalke.

Eintracht Frankfurt have terminated Timo Hildebrand's contract, potentially paving the way for the goalkeeper to sign for an MLS club.

Hildebrand, having maintained his fitness at Seattle Sounders, joined Die Adler as a free agent in late September following an injury that ended Frankfurt keeper Kevin Trapp's 2014.

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When Trapp's backup Felix Wiedwald was also sidelined with an illness towards the end of the year, former Germany shot-stopper Hildebrand was selected for three of Frankfurt's games,...

Former Germany goalkeeper Timo Hildebrand has 'dream' to go to U.S.

Timo Hildebrand wants to move to the U.S., but not necessarily to play in Major League Soccer.

Former Germany goalkeeper Timo Hildebrand wants to see the world before his son, who turned 3 on Friday, enrolls at school. His dream is to work in the United States, his agent told ESPN FC.

Hildebrand, 35, made a surprise comeback in Germany towards the end of 2014, when he played his 300th Bundesliga match in early December.

Having already stood between the posts for Stuttgart, Hoffenheim and Schalke, Hildebrand joined Eintracht Frankfurt as a free agent in late September after his contract at...

Agent: Ex-Germany keeper Timo Hildebrand rules out Seattle Sounders

Former Germany keeper Timo Hildebrand will not join the Seattle Sounders, his agent told kicker.

Former Germany keeper Timo Hildebrand will not join the Seattle Sounders, his agent has told kicker. The 35-year-old's future is still very much up in the air, and the shot-stopper could stay at his current club Eintracht Frankfurt or join a MLS side.

Hildebrand joined Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt as a free agent in late September 2014 after his contract at FC...

DFL managing director Andreas Rettig eyes Bundesliga club return

Rettig has been linked with the soon-to-be vacant CEO position at Eintracht Frankfurt.

Andreas Rettig is set to leave the German Football League (DFL) after only two years, with the 51-year-old wanting a return to club football.

Rettig has worked in various capacities for Bundesliga clubs Bayer Leverkusen, Freiburg, Cologne and Augsburg, and in January 2013 -- six months after quitting his job as the Augsburg sporting director -- joined the DFL as a managing director.

But just one year before the end of his first contract, Rettig asked the supervisory board of DFL to prematurely release...