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Thomas Tuchel set to leave Borussia Dortmund after DFB Cup Final

Despite earning the admiration of many abroad for his relative success at Dortmund, Thomas Tuchel looks set to be seeking pastures new following his rift in regards to the terror incident.

Spectacular Thiago: Taking Back Control

Thiago's brilliant outings for Bayern this season have drawn remarks that the Spaniard is finally fulfilling his potential. According to Max, however, he's not merely fulfilling it. He's seizing it.

A list long overdue: The best young players under the age of 23 (2015/16 edition)

A list compiling the best of the bunch. The best of the best young players under the age of 23, from every corner of the world.

Bundesliga: Can somebody stop Bayern, please?

And that's Bundesliga for you. Bayern Munich have won the 2016/17 title. Yay. But, seriously, what needs fixing in this dumpster of a league?

Bundesliga: Are Dortmund once again capable of challenging Bayern?

Borussia Dortmund's taken a rather surprising turn this transfer market--they're the biggest spenders in Europe currently--and this could help them get one over on Bayern. Will this squad be able to do it?

Bundesliga: Why Bayern will continue to dominate

Bayern Munich are the only team in the Bundesliga to retain their best players and attract even better ones. That's why they will win Bundesliga again next season.

Summer Transfers: Ins and Outs so far

This summer's been pretty busy. And the major moves are all summarized here.

Can Manchester City eclipse Chelsea?

It's been surprising to see Man City do well in Europe. Could their dreams take them to the Final?

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The Stats: Leicester trail at interval – Timothy Castagne and Kelechi Iheanacho behind the comeback

The away side Crystal Palace were in control leading 1-0 in the Premier League game. But Leicester...
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MLS: Week 14 continues with eleven game weekend

As European club football seasons come to an end, MLS is full on firing with eleven games this weekend.

Guardiola may have failed at first, but he will get it right next season

Pep Guardiola's first season in charge of City can be earmarked as being a disaster, both in terms of transfers and results. However, all this is about to change in the Spaniard's second year.

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