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DFB president Reinhard Grindel aiming to join UEFA executive committee

Reinhard Grindel hopes to replace Wolfgang Niersbach on the UEFA executive committee.

German Football Association president Reinhard Grindel is to stand for election to UEFA's executive committee, the DFB has announced.

Grindel could take the place vacated by his predecessor as DFB president, Wolfgang Niersbach, when that position is filled at the UEFA congress in Helsinki next April.

"It's important that German football is represented in future in the UEFA executive committee," said German Football League (DFL) president Dr Reinhard Rauball.

"The DFL therefore welcomes the news...

Germany agrees partnership to promote growth of football in China

The new deal is intended to help football in China both domestically and internationally.

Germany and China have agreed a football partnership, with a deal being signed in Berlin last week.

Two clubs, Bayer Leverkusen and Cologne, also announced partnerships in China, one of the fastest growing markets in world football.

The five-year partnership was struck during a visit by China's vice-premier Liu Yandong and "comprises a comprehensive agreement at government level" as well as agreements between the German FA (DFB), German Football League (DFL) and the Chinese Ministry of Education...

DFB president Reinhard Grindel: It's time to scrap Confederations Cup

Joachim Low says despite their Confederations Cup draw, there are no easy fixtures in football.
Reinhard Grindel says the Confederations Cup has 'outlived itself.'

German FA (DFB) president Reinhard Grindel has called for the Confederations Cup to be scrapped, telling German newspaper Hamburger Abendblatt he believes the competition has "outlived itself."

Germany will be among eight nations participating in the 2017 tournament in Russia next June, and both coach Joachim Low and general manager Oliver Bierhoff have hinted that they will not take their best players.

Grindel said: "It would be a good signal for the top clubs in Europe, who justly warn against...

Brazil boss Tite wants to set Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal friendlies

Alejandro Moreno talks how Brazil and Argentina are looking following the latest round of World Cup qualifiers.
Peru put up a strong fight, creating several chances to score, but Brazil proved too strong in the end, winning 2-0.
Brazil could win their sixth straight game if they beat Peru on Tuesday night, a record they haven't matched for 47 years.
Tite Brazil manager
Tite replaced Dunga as Brazil coach in 2016.

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Brazil coach Tite is hoping to set up friendlies against some of the top nations ahead of the World Cup in Russia in 2018.

"Let's play against Italy away," Tite told The Associated Press. "Spain, Germany, Portugal away."

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Tite also mentioned playing England at Wembley, which he called "the temple of football."

Tite said he didn't expect his team's quick success, as they sit on top of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying table. But now that it's come and with Brazil not playing in...

Germany's Oliver Bierhoff hits out at FIFA on Confederations Cup spending

Joachim Low says despite their Confederations Cup draw, there are no easy fixtures in football.

Germany general manager Oliver Bierhoff has criticised FIFA for its lack of Confederations Cup funding.

Germany qualified for the 2017 Confederations Cup after winning the 2014 World Cup and next June will play their group matches against Chile, Australia and the winner of the 2017 African Nations Cup.

Germany have already dropped several hints they will field an experimental team in Russia next summer, and speaking to reporters after Saturday's draw, Bierhoff said such a move would be justified...