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Jonathan Klinsmann called up for United States friendlies vs. England, Italy

Jonathan Klinsmann during a Hertha Berlin training session.
Jonathan Klinsmann has been called up to the United States squad, his club Hertha Berlin have said.

Hertha Berlin goalkeeper Jonathan Klinsmann has been called up to the United States squad for the forthcoming friendlies against England and Italy after goalkeeper Zack Steffen and midfielder Darlington Nagbe withdrew from the team with injuries.

Klinsmann, the son of former U.S. head coach and Germany captain Jurgen Klinsmann, holds both German and American citizenship.

The 21-year-old had been invited to take part in a Germany goalkeeper training camp in September, but was not included...

Germany omit Jerome Boateng and Marc-Andre ter Stegen for UEFA Nations League relegation battle

Julien Laurens speculates that Arsene Wenger's most recent comments could mean he's interested in replacing Joachim Low as manager of Germany.
ESPN FC's Julien Laurens believes the only reason Joachim Low still has a job is because Germany has a lack of replacement options.

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng and Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen are not in the Germany squad to face Netherlands in the UEFA Nations League later this month.

Boateng, 30, left the Germany camp with muscular problems following last month's 3-0 defeat to the same opponents in Amsterdam and does not return for the rematch in Gelsenkirchen on Nov. 19 or the friendly against Russia in Leipzig four days earlier.

"I am convinced that a rest will do him good right now," Germany coach...

Seven-year ban for German player who bit opponent in minor league match

A German minor league player who bit off part of an opponent's nose has been banned for seven years.

The SV Preussen Eiberg player bit the opponent during a Kreisliga B game between Eiberg and ESG 99/06 II.

Neither the offender nor the victim can be named because of German privacy laws.

On Tuesday, the local sports court in Essen banned him for seven years, two of them suspended, a spokesperson for the regional FA told Rheinische Post on Wednesday.

The ban is one year less than the maximum that can...

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil still supports Germany despite exit after racism storm

Arsenal are flying high and have scored some brilliant goals of recent. Can they carry this run of play into title contention?
Arsenal's Unai Emery played down talk of his side's title credentials following a 10th win in a row in all competitions after they beat Leicester 3-1.

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has said he remains a fan of Germany despite walking away from international football.

Ozil has yet to talk publicly about his decision to stop playing for Germany after the World Cup, citing "racism and disrespect" as his main reasons after being heavily criticised for posing for a photo with Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan ahead of the tournament.

But during a Twitter Q and A, he said he won't stop supporting the team even though he's no longer playing...

German player accused of biting opponent's nose deserves second chance - coach

A minor league player in Germany who bit off part of the nose of an opponent faces a ban of up to eight years, but his coach has told ESPN FC he will not be banned from the club -- and even compared the situation to that of Luis Suarez and Giorgio Chiellini during the 2014 World Cup.

The incident occurred in a Kreisliga B game on Sunday between SV Preussen Eiberg and ESG 99/06 II. Neither the offender nor the victim can be named because of German privacy laws.

Under regional association rules, the...