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RB Leipzig

RB Leipzig youth focus an exciting antidote to the hate

RB Leipzig’s model make them arguably the most hated club in Germany, but it’s not all bad, writes Sam McGuire, with a look at the club’s youth strategy and exciting emerging talent… RB Leipzig are, rightly or wrongly, the most hated club in Germany. They go against everything a traditional German club stands for. They’re viewed […]

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3 to See: Man United v Man City, Celtic v Rangers and Germany’s most hated team

After the early disruption of an international break, domestic football returns to the schedule this weekend. Teams who started the season well will be looking to rediscover their rhythm, and strugglers will be hoping the break could re-energise them. With the transfer window closed, everyone can concentrate on what happens on the pitch. For now, anyway. […]

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The #JF70 2017 – Top 10 German Bundesliga young talents to watch in 2016/17

We’ve reviewed and graded 2015/16’s most exciting young talents to watch in the Netherlands, England, Spain, Italy, France and Germany on Just Football. Now it’s time for us to announce the Just Football 70 Class of 2016/17 – the lowdown on the 70 best young players to watch in Europe this season. Here’s The #JF70 2016/17 – Bundesliga edition, […]

Bundesliga best young talents

From Liverpool’s new stopper to Leroy Sane: Grading our #JF60 10 best Bundesliga young players of 2015/16

The #JF60 is our annual special feature on Just Football bringing you the best young footballers in Europe across six major leagues. Before we release our Class of 2017 later this week – the 10 best young players to watch in the Bundesliga 2016/17 – how did our Bundesliga Class of 2015/16 get on? Just Football editor-in-chief […]

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Renato Sanches, Alen Halilovic, Naby Keita… 14 Bundesliga summer transfers to get excited about

They’ve kept us waiting over in Germany but the Bundesliga 2016/17 season finally kicks off this weekend. After a round of DFB German Cup action last weekend and the curtain-raising Super Cup, won by Bayern Munich, the league’s 18 teams are back for another year of action in what should be a fascinating (if Pep-less) […]

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