The Life of a Professional Gambler
Dirk Paulsen lives purely on football betting, and he feeds his family with it. The professional better speaks to us about gut feelings, trips to Monte Carlo, and the start of the second half of the Bundesliga season.
Bayern Munich Pissed Off With All the "Wild Pissing"
What's more important to you, Bayern Munich fans? Pissing wherever you please, or watching the game?
Sepp Blatter Proposes Mystery Reforms And Longs For a Career in Radio
FIFA's Executive Committee met today in Zurich to discuss reforms. Here's what they came up with.
How the Premier League's new TV deal is a nightmare for German soccer fans
In the face of the Premier Leagues new riches, the Bundesliga must find a way to close the revenue gap. Fans wont like the available solutions.
Inside Double Pass: The Best Kept Secret In Youth Development is Coming to America
Double Pass, a little-known Belgian firm, played a key role in the development of the German and Belgian national teams. Now it's coming to America.
One Fan's Quest to Spread the Truth on Soccer Injuries
Sick of the spin and vague press releases, Fabian Siegel's website provides the answers soccer fans are looking for on injuries.
Lie Detectors, Losing Streaks, and the Weird World of Czech Soccer
Are team officials at a small Czech club right to worry about match fixing or do they need a lesson on losing with grace?
The Death of Drama In the Bundesliga
It's the end of an era in the Bundesliga, and today's match, the last German classico, symbolizes that end better than anything else.
Inside Germany's Ultra-Competitive Soccer Coaching Academy
Germany makes soccer coaches the same way it makes cars: with uniform precision that keeps an eye on both tradition and innovation.
Money and Tradition, the Brewing German Soccer War
Tensions are starting to boil over as German soccer weighs its grassroots tradition with a corporate-dominated future set to wipe out history.
Meet the New York Dad Leading China's Soccer Revolution
Tom Byer, once the Mr. Rogers of Japanese soccer, is now bringing his magic to China, thanks to the country's soccer-mad president.
Can an American Help Save German Soccer's Troubled Super-Club?
David Wagner, a former U.S. national team star, is one of just five American coaches in European soccer. He's a key part of one of Germany's biggest teams.