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Skripnik relishing league return

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Werder Bremen coach Viktor Skripnik has welcomed the resumption of the Bundesliga campaign in an upbeat mood despite his side's precarious position in the bottom three.

Rather than fearing a relegation battle with Hertha Berlin on Sunday, he instead chose to focus on the improvements he believes his side have made over the past six weeks, buoyed by their victory over Borussia Dortmund before the winter break began.

"I'm really looking forward to getting back into action - we're all very excited," said...

Koen Casteels joins Werder Bremen on loan from Wolfsburg

Koen Casteels has been brought to Werder Bremen as cover for Raphael Wolf.

BREMEN, Germany -- Werder Bremen have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Koen Casteels on loan from Wolfsburg until the end of the season.

Wolfsburg signed Casteels, 22, from Hoffenheim this week and have immediately shipped him out to Werder for the rest of the current campaign.

Werder general manager Thomas Eichin says he has been brought in as cover for Raphael Wolf, who will remain as the team's No. 1.

Werder Bremen confirm interest in signing Lazio striker Miroslav Klose

Klose scored 53 goals for Werder Bremen between 2004 and 2007.

Werder Bremen have confirmed their interest in bringing former Germany international Miroslav Klose back to the Bundesliga.

Klose, 36, is under contract at Lazio until the summer. While that deal includes the option of another year in Rome, it has become increasingly unlikely that the former Germany international, who has scored 71 goals in 137 games for the World Cup winners, will activate it.

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Following the 2014 World Cup, Klose has dropped down the pecking order at Lazio -- something that has...

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Robin Dutt close to new director of football role at Stuttgart

Robin Dutt parted company with Werder Bremen in October 2014.

Robin Dutt is set to be named the new director of football at Bundesliga strugglers Stuttgart after he reached an agreement with his former club Werder Bremen over the termination of his contract with them.

Former Freiburg coach Dutt was relieved of his duties by Bremen earlier this season, although he still had more than 18 months left to run on his contract.

He would not have been able to work for any other club for the remainder of his contract with Bremen, which is why the agreement reached...

Reflecting on an exciting first half of the German Bundesliga season

The ESPN FC crew discuss Borussia Dortmund's domestic struggles after a 2-1 defeat to Werder Bremen, finishing 2014 joint-bottom with Freiburg in the Bundesliga.

"2014 was a year that made all our wishes come true," said German FA president Wolfgang Niersbach this week. But the World Cup party from Germany's win this summer couldn't go on forever, of course. Domestically, the 2014-15 Bundesliga campaign brought more trouble than festive cheer for all but a handful of clubs.

These were the main storylines of the typically eventful, unpredictable first half of the season after "that night in Rio."

1. Borussia Dortmund come off the rails

No other place to begin...