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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
14 Darmstadt 5 6 8 21
15 Stuttgart 6 3 10 21
16 Bremen 5 4 11 19
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Borussia Dortmund fans set to protest over Stuttgart ticket prices

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Stuttgart are charging Borussia Dortmund fans €19.50 for standing tickets and €38.50 for the cheapest seats.

Borussia Dortmund supporters are set to protest against ticket prices in Germany once again, having announced they will stage a walk-out for the first 20 minutes of Tuesday's DFB Pokal quarterfinal at Stuttgart.

Stuttgart are charging Dortmund fans €19.50 for standing tickets and €38.50 for the cheapest seats, excluding advance booking fees of €1 and postage fees of €6 per order, with the latter charge going into BVB's accounts. The match has been graded in the highest-price...

Artem Kravets scores late to hand Stuttgart a Bundesliga victory over Hamburg

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Stuttgart made it two wins out of two in 2016 with a dramatic but deserved 2-1 Bundesliga victory over Hamburg at the Mercedes-Benz Arena.

Artem Kravets, a new loan arrival from Dynamo Kiev, grabbed an 88th-minute clincher for the home side whose dominance was rewarded.

After Pierre-Michel Lasogga hit the crossbar for Hamburg early on, there was only one side who looked like scoring as Stuttgart took control.

Christian Gentner dragged an effort wide, Timo Werner was denied by Rene Adler twice and there...

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FC Dallas sign midfielder Carlos Gruezo as designated player

Carlos Gruezo played for Ecuador at the 2014 World Cup.

Ecuador international midfielder Carlos Gruezo has signed with FC Dallas as a designated player from Bundesliga club Stuttgart.

Gruezo, 20, was the fourth-youngest player at the 2014 World Cup and only behind England's Luke Shaw as the youngest to start a game in Brazil.

"His versatility will give us the opportunity to play a variety of formations, but most important for me is to see a player who, despite his age, has been at the highest level of international competition and has played at different...

Stuttgart fight back to beat Cologne and avenge early Bundesliga defeat

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Stuttgart avenged a 3-1 defeat to Cologne on the opening weekend of the Bundesliga season by beating the same team by the same scoreline on Saturday.

Cologne took the lead with their first shot on goal, Anthony Modeste converting from the penalty spot in the 18th minute after Georg Niedermeier fouled Marcel Risse inside the area.

Daniel Didavi brought the visitors level 10 minutes before the interval, sliding in to score from five yards after Timo Werner's near-post shot was only parried by Timo Horn.

Werner...

DFB punishes Eintracht Frankfurt with partial stadium closure, €75,000 fine

Fans of Frankfurt burn Darmstadt banners during the Bundesliga match between Eintracht Frankfurt and SV Darmstadt 98 at Commerzbank-Arena on December 6, 2015 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. (Photo by Alex Grimm/Bongarts/Getty Images)
A number of Eintracht Frankfurt fans set fire to Darmstadt flags during December's Bundesliga derby game.

Eintracht Frankfurt have been punished by the German Football Association [DFB] with a partial stadium closure, with the Bundesliga club among eight clubs from the upper three tiers hit with fines amounting to a total of €195,750 for fan misbehaviour.

On Wednesday and Thursday, the DFB fined Bayer Leverkusen, Stuttgart, Holstein Kiel, Wolfsburg, Hamburg, VfR Aalen, Werder Bremen, and Frankfurt due to the actions of their supporters.

The fines range from €750 for third-tier club VfR Aalen...