RIP Alex Alves

The former Hertha striker tragically died from leukemia today – at the age of only 37. He was best known for his flamboyance and of course this tremendous 55 yards … Continue Reading →


23 Tons of 96

Hannover 96 may be the most boring club from the most boring town in the world… but then again they have something “not to mess with”:


Die Toten Hosen playing at Jens Jeremies’ home

Cheeky Jens Jeremies – so sieht er heute aus Celebrating their 30-year anniversary, German punk rocker “Die Toten Hosen” (DTH) did what they call a Magical-Mystery-Tour across the country. Fans … Continue Reading →


TiL ft. Hula – Draxler (The Song!)

After two weeks of severe footballing disappointments it’s time to cheer up the atmosphere a little bit. I therefore proudly present DRAXLER: Lyris excerpt: Here comes Draxler!Who are Götze and … Continue Reading →


Raúl still got it

Without words:


Didier Deschamps founders on Schweinsteiger

Olympique Marseille and Bayern München will meet each other in the Chamions Leauge quarterfinal. Talking about the upcoming tie at a press conference, OM manager Didier Deschamps spectacularly failed to … Continue Reading →


Twente-Twente Vision

Europa League has seen a new record yesterday: A team being triple-handicapped by a single ref decision. Slainte mhath!


Bruno Labbadia: Be Quiet And Dive

Current VfB Stuttgart manager Bruno Labbadia may be on the brink of his sacking after a lousy start in 2012, but has seen better times. A Bundesliga champion as a … Continue Reading →


Raúl: Goal of the Year / Tor des Jahres 2011

Raúl’s wondergoal against 1. FC Köln earlier this season has officially been selected as “Tor des Jahres 2011” by viewers of the “ARD-Sportschau” (Bundesliga TV show). ¡Felicitaciones! Now sit back, … Continue Reading →