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 Posted by Stephan Uersfeld
4 days ago

Joachim Low set to rest players for Germany's friendly against Spain

Joachim Low may field a second-string side against Spain.

Germany could rest a number of key players for the upcoming friendly against Spain in November.

Low: Neuer approach is future for football

This week, both Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund complained about the increasing workload for their national team players.

Both clubs have had stuttering starts to their campaigns, with injuries playing a part -- Bastian Schweinsteiger, Franck Ribery, Marco Reus and Mats Hummels have all been sidelined this season.

Germany coach Joachim Low has since...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Sep 18, 2014

Colombia into third in FIFA rankings

Colombia have moved up to third in the September FIFA World Ranking, swapping places with Netherlands.

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 Posted by Stephan Uersfeld
Sep 18, 2014

Germany boss Joachim Low: Manuel Neuer approach is future for football

Neuer's choice to set his territory far from goal gives Germany the confidence to attack.
Manuel Neuer frequently left his area to make interceptions during Germany's World Cup victory over Algeria.

Germany boss Joachim Low believes Manuel Neuer is changing the way goalkeepers approach the game.

- Toe Poke: MP ready to wrestle ex-Germany keeper Wiese

Neuer, 28, was one of the key stars in the German side that claimed the World Cup this summer, with his "sweeper keeper" role during the 2-1 victory over Algeria in the round of 16 attracting widespread attention.

Low has now told German football magazine kicker that the Bayern Munich man is setting a new trend for keepers.

"With our goalkeeper...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Sep 17, 2014

German MP asks Tim Wiese: Are you ready to rumble?

There may be trouble brewing for Tim Wiese...

Former Germany goalkeeper turned bodybuilder Tim Wiese revealed this week that he is considering a WWE offer to become a wrestler. Now, thanks to a member of parliament, he might have his first opponent lined up: German Social Democratic Party (SPD) politician Matthias Ilgen.

Ilgen, 30, is not only an active politician but a working "bad guy" wrestler who fights under the catchy monicker "Matthias Rudiger Freiherr von Ilgen" -- or "Freiherr" ("Baron") for short.

He challenged Wiese, 32, in Bild:...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Sep 16, 2014

Ex-Germany keeper Tim Wiese offered new role ... with WWE

Tim Wiese tests out his moves at the Werder Bremen farewell match for Ailton (left).

You might remember that former Germany goalkeeper Tim Wiese, who has been without a club since leaving Hoffenheim in January, has turned his attentions to becoming a bodybuilder. As he explained in Bild: "I had to deal with all the negativity, and lifting weights is fun."

And now, with his professional football career apparently behind him, it appears his hobby might have landed...