Susanna Herrmann

The Overlooked Quality of the Bundesliga

The Overlooked Quality of the Bundesliga

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12/08/2015

Once it becomes clear that I am a Bundesliga fan, I am very often subjected to ridicule. One of the main arguments that I hear against Germany’s first division soccer league is that it’s simply boring. People tell me that there’s not enough competition, that the quality is only at Bayern München, and that Bayern…

Updates from the International Break

Updates from the International Break

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11/17/2015

There were some tasty matchups this weekend in the realm of international soccer. Some of these games were qualifiers for the Euro 2016 in France, some qualifiers for the World Cup that will be held in Russia in 2018, and some were just friendlies. Here are some quick updates of a few of the games….

Get Up to Date: Champions League ’15-16

Get Up to Date: Champions League ’15-16

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11/10/2015

The Champions League group stage is four games in, and there is excitement around (most) every corner. There have been lots of goals, lots of awesome saves, and a few surprises. The groups currently look like this: Group A: Real Madrid (10 points) Paris Saint-Germain (7) Shakhtar Donetsk (3) Malmö FC (3) Group B: Manchester…

Casting Bond: Soccer Stars Edition

Casting Bond: Soccer Stars Edition

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11/03/2015

In anticipation of Spectre, the newest James Bond film, coming to theaters this Friday, this article will discuss something that I spend way too much time contemplating: which world soccer star would make a great James Bond? After all, it looks like Daniel Craig is not going to be playing the magnificent role any longer….

Diving is for Jerks

Diving is for Jerks

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10/16/2015

Why hello there!   Diving is a phenomenon in the sport of soccer that is one of the most obnoxious, if not the most obnoxious aspect of the game. Oh boy, I bet that hurt! It causes anger from opposing players, embarrassment for those called out for it (along with their teammates), and a lot…

MLS: Professional Soccer’s Retirement Home

MLS: Professional Soccer’s Retirement Home

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10/07/2015

Today, Major League Soccer is well infused with better known players who played for most of their soccer careers in Europe before deciding to make the move to the USA. Many of these players, such as David Villa, Steven Gerrard, Andrea Pirlo and Frank Lampard, are definitely in the last stages of their careers as…

Soccer Politics: Klinsmann, Controversy and Culture

Soccer Politics: Klinsmann, Controversy and Culture

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09/29/2015

Jurgen Klinsmann has been a controversial figure for U.S. Soccer ever since he was first appointed manager of the United States Men’s National Team in 2011. His background and credentials as both player and manager were impressive: he was very successful in his time playing professionally, and came to the USA after a similarly successful…

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