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Germany win is good news for Gunners

Arsenal Jul 14, 2014
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Honigstein: What next for Germany?

Germany Jul 14, 2014
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Five Aside: Gotze's historics secure glory

Five Aside Jul 13, 2014
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 Posted by Raphael Honigstein
Aug 20, 2014

Franz Beckenbauer: The effortless master

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein revisits the illustrious career of Franz Beckenbauer and the leadership role he played both on and off the pitch.

Who is the greatest captain of all time? From Aug. 18-29, ESPN FC will reveal its 10-man shortlist of the finest skippers to have graced the game before conducting a vote for the winner. The result will be revealed Sept. 1.


Franz Beckenbauer didn't need the captaincy armband to be a true leader on the pitch. That much had become clear during the 1970 World Cup semifinal against Italy in Mexico City's Azteca stadium, a match that would later be widely described as "the game of the century" as we...

 Posted by Tony Mabert
Aug 15, 2014

Suarez tastes appeal defeat, Klose quits, Ronaldo stands tall

Sports law expert Kevin Carpenter speaks to the severity as well as the necessity of Luis Suarez's ban.

The final week before the new Premier League season brought with it the final word in the Luis Suarez bite saga, a World Cup legend bowing out gracefully and a shock managerial departure.

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Klose calls it a day (Monday, Aug. 11)

Another week, another round of international retirements. Franck Ribery blamed his nation's media for forcing him to quit France, while Eric Abidal also said he was done with Les Bleus despite not playing for them since November. Elsewhere Belgian Danie...

 Posted by Phil Lythell
Aug 12, 2014

Next step awaits Schurrle in 2014-15

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol predicts the teams that will finish in the top four of the Premier League this season.

Since the curtain was drawn on the 2013-14 season at Stamford Bridge, the transfer merry-go-round has been commanding everybody's attention. While there might not have been a major overhaul of personnel, there have still been some major acquisitions and some notable exits. But while the purchases of Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas and the sale of David Luiz to PSG have dominated the headlines, one slightly less celebrated player who is already at the club could end up having a hugely influentia...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
Jul 29, 2014

German kids suggest a bright future

With six goals, Davie Selke is the tournament's leading scorer.

If you enjoyed Germany's World Cup-winning football this summer, the next 10 years promise to be a lot of fun. If you didn't, you may wish to consider another pursuit, because Germany are here to stay.

Monday's thoroughly one-sided 4-0 drubbing of Austria saw them storm through to the final of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Hungary, a competition they have seemed destined to win since Davie Selke scored in the first minute of their first group game against Bulgaria.

Given the clarit...

Jul 19, 2014

Bayern benefit from Lahm's Germany retirement

Talk about going out at the proverbial top!

Philipp Lahm announced his retirement from international football at the ripe old age of 30, just five days after lifting the World Cup. Although Lahm's leaving after 113 caps and five goals creates a massive hole at the back for Germany, it is, unquestionably, brilliant news for his club, Bayern Munich.

Before the stellar World Cup campaign, Lahm extended his contract 'til 2018, so the Bavarians can look forward to a fresh and focused club captain ove...