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 By Uli Hesse

Memorable April Fools' Day moments in German and Austrian football

Were Lothar Matthaus and Berti Vogts the subject of April Fools' jokes in the 1990s?

On Wednesday you might come across some outlandish news reports. Maybe Pep Guardiola will be dismissed by Bayern Munich or Barcelona star Lionel Messi will announce he is moving to rivals Real Madrid in the summer.

In the digital age, April Fools' pranks have become so widespread in football that they now form their own comedic subgenre. According to the German social media charts website 10000flies.de, the most infectious April 1 joke in 2013 was spread by a football monthly, 11Freunde.

In mid-March...

 By Uli Hesse

Germany giving their Under-21s the chance to achieve

On Friday, when German national team coach Joachim Low announced his squad for Germany's upcoming two internationals, the surprise was that there was no surprise.

That is, unless you count the fact that Low called up Lukas Podolski, who is lacking both form and match practice, as a surprise. It isn't, really, because Low has always been supremely loyal to the handful of players who have been through thick and thin with him. But for each of the three international breaks after the World Cup,...

Philipp Lahm tells ESPN FC he's hungry for more success with Bayern

During his first game back in the squad after a three-month mid-winter layoff with a fractured ankle, Philipp Lahm could be seen sharing a hearty laugh with Pep Guardiola on the touchline. The joke was on Thomas Muller, or perhaps more accurately, the joke was by Muller; the Germany forward had just scored the opener in the 4-0 win at Werder Bremen with a beautiful left-footed curler from outside the box. Muller doesn't do these type of goals. It felt like an Arjen Robben tribute strike; a bit of...

Germany 7-1 Brazil: 'The Game of the Century' book released

We take a look back at the 7-1 beating Germany gave Brazil in the World Cup.

German football writer Christian Eichler, an author for the broadsheet Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, has published a 285-page book about the 2014 World Cup semifinal between Germany and Brazil.

The book released earlier this week is called "7-1: The Game of the Century," while the tagline reads: "When the Brazilian myth broke and Germany's fourth star began to rise," and each chapter recounts one minute of the match.

The semifinal between hosts Brazil and eventual World Cup winners Germany has...

 By Uli Hesse

Podolski the latest chapter in Inter's long history of Germans

Lukas Podolski wants to help Inter Milan get back to their position as one of the top clubs in European football.

When Lukas Podolski was officially presented as an Inter player on Thursday, he said an important reason he decided to join the Nerazzurri was that he had "positive meetings with Piero Ausilio and Roberto Mancini," the director of sport and the coach, respectively.

But Podolski was also aware of the fact that Inter have a long and occasionally very successful history of German players. When he was a kid, growing up in Bergheim near Cologne, West Germany won the 1990 World Cup in Italy largely...

Werder Bremen's Davie Selke could become Germany's future No. 9

If Davie Selke remains focused and lives up to his potential, he has the physical tools and technical ability to become Germany's starting striker.

While it is time to sum up 2014, allow me to name the best transfer of 2013 instead. No, not Gareth Bale, but rather a bargain that cost 2,000 times less than the Welshman. How about signing a future Germany centre-forward for just 50,000 euros?

Such a deal might sound like science fiction, but that's exactly what Werder Bremen managed to accomplish when signing Hoffenheim's Davie Selke in the January transfer window nearly two years ago.

Selke was barely 18 back then, but already mightily ambitious....