Klinsmann Says Germany Has Pool Of Talents

Germany head coach Joachim Low can be said to be in state of confusion as he has minimum of 50 top-class players to consider for next summer’s FIFA 2018 World Cup, as said by Jurgen Klinsmann.

The former Germany, Bayern Munich and USMNT boss Jurgen Klinsmann mentioned the likes of Philipp Lahm, Lukas Podolski and Bastian Schweinsteiger to global audiences at the 2006 World Cup, but believes the sheer volume of able players currently available to his former assistant, Low is on an entirely different level to anything seen in world football today. Continue reading Klinsmann Says Germany Has Pool Of Talents

Neuer recovering much quicker

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is recovering much quicker than expected. The player is making use of an anti-gravity treadmill to help him recover from a foot injury that has kept him away from the pitch for the most part of this season.

The German international goalkeeper said that he is desperate to be back on the pitch and that he will do everything he can in order to speed up his recovery.
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BERBATOV MOVES TO INDIA IN PLAYER-COACH DEAL

Premier League legend DimitarBerbatov has moved to Asia to feature in the Indian Super League (ISL) following an agreement with Kerala Blasters, according to reports.


The former Tottenham and Man United man would reunite with a former United coach Rene Meulensteen at the Blasters.

Berbatov was a key player at Old Trafford after joining them from White Hart Lane on Deadline Day in 2008. The Bulgarian was earlier speculated to be set to return to the English top flight following interests from two teams including Watford.

Kerala Blasters FC took to their verified Twitter profile to confirm the completion of the deal.

“Golden touch,turns like a dream & a deadlufinish.The Bulgarian Hitman is set to take ISL by storm. #DimitarIsYello #KBFC #NammudeSwantham [sic].” Continue reading BERBATOV MOVES TO INDIA IN PLAYER-COACH DEAL

Manuel Neuer back in training

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer is back in training after an absence of 15 weeks.


He said that it is the first time that he is at 100 per cent after injuring himself in the game against Real Madrid.

He said that it had been a difficult period for him and he had to work hard in order to get back to full fitness.

He said that he is happy to be back in training with the first team and that he is excited about the new season. He said that it was the first time that he was able to run properly and that he has undergone a light training, but he feels great.

Bayern Munich will be playing the first game of the new Bundesliga season against Bayer Leverkusen and Manuel Neuer is hoping that he will be able to feature in this game. Continue reading Manuel Neuer back in training

MONACO WINS LIGUE 1 AFTER 17 YEARS

French side AS Monaco have emerged the champions of the Ligue 1 after 17 years of wait.


The young but talented side have ended Paris St Germain’s run of four straight titles. The team lifted the crown after seeing off competition from St Etienne on Wednesday evening.

Les Parisiens lifted four straight Ligue 1 titles from the 2012/13 season but Leonardo Jardim and his boys have ended that run. Lyon’s straight seven titles from 2001 till 2008 remains the longest run in the league’s history. Many would have predicted that PSG would replicate it until Monaco ended the party.

PSG gave a good fight but it was just not enough. Ahead of the Etienne clash, Monaco needed just a point to seal the title.

Teenage rave KylianMbappe scored his 15th of the season before ValereGermain added a late second. The victory earned them three points raising their total to 92 points ahead of their closes rival at 86. With just one game left, the difference was enough to deliver Monaco the title. Continue reading MONACO WINS LIGUE 1 AFTER 17 YEARS