Tag Archives: Werder Bremen
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Arturo Vidal, Geis, Di Santo… 10 notable Bundesliga transfers of the 2015 summer window so far

With the new season fast approaching, the 18 Bundesliga clubs are busying themselves in the transfer market as they look to strengthen their squads ahead of the 2015/16 campaign. There have been some high profile departures from the German top division, but a host of clubs have also splashed the cash on exciting summer signings. Let’s […]

Danke, Kloppo! Borussia Dortmund fans give Jürgen Klopp emotional send-off in final home game (VIDEO)

Just Football was live in the famous Yellow Wall at Signal Iduna Park on Saturday as Borussia Dortmund fans gave manager Jürgen Klopp a rousing send-off in his final home game as manager. Klopp announced in April that he would be leaving the club after seven years as manager, a golden era for Dortmund in […]

Once Bundesliga giants, Northern Derby rivals Werder Bremen and Hamburg are now slugging at the bottom

By Terry Duffelen These are strange times for football in North Germany. The region’s traditional giants, HSV and SV Werder Bremen, are in decline and supporters of both clubs are living in the shadow of the monied but plastic Wolfsburg and perhaps more embarrassingly the traditionally much smaller, Hannover 96. This weekend’s Northern Derby between […]

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Werder Bremen vs VfB Stuttgart: How two former champions fell massively from grace

Ignoring the Bavarian behemoth that is Bayern Munich, the Bundesliga has had a predictably unpredictable start. Newly promoted Köln didn’t concede a goal in their first four games, Borussia Mönchengladbach look unbeatable, tiny Paderborn are on track for a Europa League spot and Borussia Dortmund are in the relegation zone after losing seven of their […]

Roberto Di Matteo clocks in at Schalke and five more Bundesliga week 7 talking points

So what’s the latest in the Bundesliga, you ask? Fear not, we’ve got you covered, as Jack Dowell returns with the latest from Germany ahead of the international break… The battle for Champions League places is where it’s at With top four stalwarts Borussia Dortmund and Schalke showing the type of form more accustomed to […]

Bundesliga Matchday 6: Mainz and Dortmund's Winning Philosophy

Bundesliga Matchday 6: Mainz and Dortmund’s Winning Philosophy

Since moving to Germany, your humble Bundesliga correspondent has witnessed a number of strange phenomena. Walrus moustaches and sock-plus-sandal combinations immediately spring to mind. But perhaps the strangest thing so far occurred on Saturday during Bundesliga matchday 6: Bayern Munich’s Dutch coach Louis van Gaal was sat on the bench, speechless, looking not quite sure […]

Three To See – The Weekend’s Football (30.5.09 – 1.6.09) – Cup Finals And French Title Deciders

‘Wembley is that way fellas!’ Allow me to begin this weekend’s Three to See by explaining the lack of posts this past week. Unfortunately, ventures to foreign lands made it nigh on impossible for me to update the site. We are now back though, and expect normal service to resume starting with this latest edition […]

Time For UEFA’s Shoddy, Outdated Disciplinary Procedures To Be Revamped

The final whistle went and the players charged towards the away end. There, in that small pocket of the ground into which packed 5,000 Werder Bremen fans, ecstasy reigned. A sea of green and white. The supporters saluted their heroes and down on the pitch the players reciprocated, bouncing up and down and performing joyous […]

Udinese vs Werder Bremen – UEFA Cup Quarter Final – Why The Fate Of Italian Football Rests In Udinese Hands

Playing for pride…and points (New Press/Getty) When Udinese take on Werder Bremen in the second leg of their UEFA Cup quarter final this week there will be more at stake for them than simply passage to the last four. As the last remaining Italian club in European competition this season, the team nicknamed the Zebras […]