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Augsburg’s qualification for the Europa League - a very German fairytale

theguardian.com — It can't have been easy counting, especially after 2,900 litres of free beer had been dispensed to the crowd. Estimates in the end ranged from 4,000 to 7,000 attendees, but it was impossible to put a number on the delirious joy with which the FC Augsburg supporters and the team celebrated the unlikeliest Bundesliga success story in many years at the city's central square.

Bundesliga basement battle Raphael Honigstein

espnfc.com — How do you say angst in German? Never before have so many Bundesliga clubs -- six in total -- gone into the last weekend of the season not knowing whether they'll return to compete at the same level next August. Matchday 34 promises almost unbearable drama and tension for those at the wrong end of the table.

Raphael Honigstein's Bundesliga Betting: A Farewell Win For Klopp

bet.unibet.co.uk — For the final time this season . . . Bayern Munich v Mainz 05 Bayern will lift the Meisterschale on Saturday after their game against Mainz. The focus first will be ending their three game losing run in the Bundesliga which has seen them fail to pick up a point since they actually secured the title.

Raheem Sterling: how many clubs actually want to sign him?

theguardian.com — Liverpool have Sterling under contract until 2017 and showed they will not be coerced into a sale during the stand-off with Luis Suárez in 2013, although there is a marked contrast in the players' importance to the team and future transfer value. Brendan Rodgers is adamant Sterling is staying put.

Das Reboot: How German Soccer Reinvented Itself and Conquered the World

barnesandnoble.com — Available in: Paperback. July 13th 2014, World Cup Final, the last ten minutes of extra time: Germany forward Mario Götze, receiving a floated pass from his international teammate André Schürrle, jumps slig

Bayern down tools, Schalke in meltdown and monkey business for Stuttgart

theguardian.com — The 2014-15 season has taken its time to really get going but Junge, Junge, it's all go now in the final act. You want champions Bayern Munich losing their third league game in a row, 2-1 at 14th-placed Freiburg, and everyone complaining they're not playing well enough any more?

Raphael Honigstein's Bundesliga Betting: Stuttgart To Win Six-Pointer

Pep Guardiola retains Bayern Munich faith Raf Honigstein

espnfc.com — Who hasn't felt like throwing in the towel and walking away from it all after suffering huge disappointment in their professional life? The Bayern Munich manager was precisely there -- at the end of the line -- when his team lost the biggest Champions League game of his reign in calamitous fashion.

Schalke get their moment in the sun … for all the wrong reasons

theguardian.com — It had all been a little too quiet at Schalke 04 recently. Down the road, Borussia Dortmund have made plenty of noise by falling off the table like the drunk, always a little too touchy-feely uncle* you have to invite for dinner once a year, by getting their act together again and making it to the DFB Cup final, for a chance to see Jürgen Klopp to depart as a hero, trophy in hand.

Raphael Honigstein's Bundesliga Betting: Wounded Bayern Munich To Face Tight Contest

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May 26, 2015

@waltermstraten Schalke war Di Matteos größter Coup, könnte man eigentlich abschließend sagen

May 25, 2015

@Nick___Collins @Pirlos_pearler I get that. But that means zilch if the clubs above you can simply spend more to keep you in check

May 25, 2015

@Nick___Collins @Pirlos_pearler I'll put it differently for you. There won't be enough Sheikhs to go around for everyone.

May 25, 2015

@Nick___Collins @Pirlos_pearler the point is, you're missing the point. You can't outbid clubs with unlimited budgets

May 25, 2015

@Nick___Collins @Pirlos_pearler sure. Because Soton's owners would love nothing more than getting into an arms race.

May 25, 2015

@sidlowe you didn't like 'toilets' under the stairs and leisurely 2 mile walk?

May 25, 2015

@MarvidH @guardian_sport That would annoy Pauli and Werder fans much more than Bavarians

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