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Can member-owned football clubs succeed?

Football supporters often fantasise about seizing control of their clubs, sending owners and officials down the tunnel. But evidence suggests that democratic, fan-owned teams are not for glory hunters

Out of our Wits: Should more be done to block club sales?

South African football is in an awkward position where it dare not refuse investment … no matter the cost

Sancho nets hat-trick, joins US killing protest as Dortmund cruise

The English winger, who now has 17 goals and 17 assists in the Bundesliga this season, joined a host of protests in the German top-flight over the weekend at the death of an unarmed black man in the United States

Rose says Premier League players treated like ‘lab rats’

The Premier League conducted 748 tests on players and staff on Sunday and Monday as part of their bid to restart matches in June

Covid-19 red cards major events

Sporting events, from football and tennis to rugby and cycling, on this year’s calendar are in doubt

Can Spurs halt RB Leipzig’s despised march?

The Germans might not be making many friends back home but who needs them when you’re making history?

Klopp wary of Allianz Arena return with Liverpool

Klopp knows what awaits his Reds in the highly-charged arena where away teams face a barricade of whistles whenever they touch the ball

SuperSport’s empire up for grabs

Lack of cup games clearly shows that the digital era is ready to dethrone the World of Champions

Sarri given room to light up in Leipzig

Chain-smoking Napoli coach was relieved to hear that the Bundesliga club had built a specially adapted area to allow him to puff away undisturbed

Coach enjoys the suite life in Pyongyang

'I live in a hotel suite with my wife and live in Pyongyang like I do in Europe'

German fans lose the fun

Dour, violent, fundamentalist sociopaths turn the beautiful game into a sick, humourless tragedy.

Bundesliga chokes on its dreams

Germany's football success is widely seen as a reward for doing things the right way, but many are afraid it could be fleeting.

Crisis talk in Bayern as Schalke loom

In the wake of their shock defeat in Basel, Bayern Munich need to beat title rivals Schalke 04 on Sunday to ease their growing crisis.

Dazzling Bayern beat Hertha to go five points clear

Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich scored three goals in eight minutes to lay the foundations for a 4-0 victory over Hertha Berlin.

Can Bayern be stopped in the Bundesliga?

Having won their last 10 matches without conceding a goal, Bayern Munich are looking invincible, and experts fear the season could become boring.

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