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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2015/2016 Season

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Brooks closing on U.S. spot

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Hertha Berlin sign Czech midfielder Vladimir Darida from Freiburg

Vladimir Darida, foreground, will stay in the top flight after signing with Hertha Berlin.

BERLIN -- Hertha Berlin signed Czech Republic midfielder Vladimir Darida from relegated Bundesliga side Freiburg on Saturday.

Hertha say the 24-year-old Darida, who has played 25 times for his country, is getting a four-year-deal and will wear the No. 6 jersey.

Hertha sporting dirctor Michael Preetz said, "Darida is a young but experienced flexible player who will bring fresh impulse to our team."

Darida scored nine goals in 54 Bundesliga games for Freiburg since switching from Czech side Viktoria...

Hertha Berlin sign Mitchell Weiser on free from Bayern Munich

Hertha Berlin have announced the signing of Mitchell Weiser on a free transfer from Bayern Munich.

Weiser, 21, had joined Bayern from Cologne in 2012 but will join Hertha on a three-year contract when his deal expires at the end of the month.

Hertha announced the news on their official website under the headline "Weiser geworden" ("Become wiser") and sporting director...

U.S.'s John Brooks dislikes comparison to Jerome Boateng

Brian McBride, Julie Foudy and Kate Markgraf preview the United States' friendly against Germany, where McBride hopes Jurgen Klinsmann's side can continue onwards with this positive momentum.
United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann says his side are ready to challenge Germany and will take risks in the attacking third.

John Anthony Brooks does not want to be compared to Jerome Boateng.

"I want to be my own character. I don't get anything out of those comparisons, and they don't help me in my development," the United States international told Berliner Morgenpost.

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Just like Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng, Brooks came through the ranks at capital club Hertha Berlin.

However, their careers have taken different paths. The Germany international left the club aged 18, and following three years at Hamburg and...

John Brooks close to sealing United States spot - Jurgen Klinsmann

ESPN FC's Jonathan Yardley and Brian Dunseth elaborate of the United States' come-from-behind win over the Netherlands, and highlight defensive errors as the USMNT's main concern.

United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann says John Brooks is close to cementing his place in his starting XI and urged him to prove his worth in Wednesday's friendly with Germany.

Hertha Berlin centre-back Brooks, who was born in the German capital, has enjoyed a promising season with his hometown club and is now establishing himself at international level.

Kicker this week published a long article entitled "Berlin's next Boateng?" that asks whether Brooks could follow in the footsteps of Bayern Munich...

TSG Hoffenheim 2-1 Hertha Berlin

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Hoffenheim ended the season with the win their coach Markus Gisdol wanted with Anthony Modeste and Roberto Firmino on target in a 2-1 victory over Hertha Berlin.

Modeste put Hoffenheim in front after eight minutes, but Roy Beerens equalised for the Old Lady, who needed a point to be certain of their place in the Bundesliga next season.

Firmino's goal was enough to take Hoffenheim up to eighth while results at the bottom ensured Hertha stayed up anyway, despite defeat in Sinsheim.

Firmino returned for...