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Germany

 By PA Sport

Premier League chief exec Richard Scudamore praises Bundesliga

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Richard Scudamore is eager to see English football learn lessons from the world champions.

Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has admitted the English top flight is lagging behind Germany's Bundesliga when it comes to youth development, but still believes his own is the more attractive league for players.

Scudamore told the Bild am Sonntag newspaper he believes Germany's recent investment in youth is exemplary and, while saying England is "catching up," added that more needed to be done to follow the Bundesliga's example.

"Germany has done a great deal for the development...

By ESPN Staff
3 days ago

Nicol: Ancelotti steers the ship for Real

The ESPN FC crew debate the 2014 coach of the year, as Steve Nicol chooses Carlo Ancelotti, Alejandro Moreno and Stuart Holden agree on Diego Simeone, while Craig Burley chooses Joachim Low.

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Nicol: Best team of 2014 is Real Madrid

The ESPN FC crew debate the 2014 team of the year, where Stuart Holden and Craig Burley believe Germany's dominance in Brazil merits the award, but Steve Nicol gives his thoughts on why Real Madrid are the top team of the year.

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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....