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What the Bundesliga can learn from the NRL

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Two of the first sporting titles to return to our screens have been the Bundesliga in Germany, and the NRL in Australia. The Bundesliga has just finished it’s third match day since the sport was given the green light to resume. Meanwhile, it was the NRL’s first week back last week. But are there things the NRL  are doing that the Bundesliga can learn from? One of the things that has been complained about with the Bundesliga, has been the …

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BVB Fans Display, Chant “F*ck UEFA”

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The record-breaking 12 goal UEFA Champion’s League match between Borussia Dortmund and Legia Warsaw may have a lasting impact for both sides behind the 90 minutes. Besides the rare 8-4 score line viewers may have noticed BVB fans’ banners reading anti-UEFA messages, such as “f*ck UEFA” and “without fans [football] is nothing”. The banners were only displayed in the first half. Legia’s away contingent showed their support by chanting “f*ck UEFA” at various times before kickoff and throughout the first …

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Bayern Munich beats Wolfsburg in Bundesliga opener

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Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg met today in the Bundesliga opener, and after a tight affair, Bayern were the victors, with the digits 2 – 1. Thomas Muller and Arjen Robben were the goalscorers for Bayern, whilst Ivica Olic scored the sole goal for Wolfsburg. There had been a lot of hype and expectations towards new signing Robert Lewandowski, but it was the old star, Arjen Robben, who once again proved himself as one of the best footballers in the world …

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Robert Lewandowski: I will definitely give everything for BVB

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Robert Lewandowski has written a letter to the fans of Borussia Dortmund assuring them that he will still give nothing less than 100% for the side, despite becoming the second Borussia Dortmund player to leave for arch-rivals Bayern Munich in less than a year when he agreed terms on Saturday to join them as a free agent at the end of the season. It was confirmed that he put pen to paper on a five-year deal with Dortmund’s Bundesliga rivals …

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