Hertha Berlin is trying to reinvent itself with the mix of young and old players, and a pivotal player in the program is Salomon Kalou. The Ivory Coast international player has been dynamic in changing the fortunes of the club in the first half of this season. Continue Reading “Salomon Kalou is still important for Hertha Berlin.”
Not much has been heard from Noah Sarenren Bazee since his contract extension because of injuries. In the past 6 months, he has paid more visits to doctors than tapping the round leather. Continue Reading “Noah Sarenren Bazee is back!”
Serge Gnabry is back in the spotlight after his superlative performance in Hoffenheim’s defeat of RB Leipzig last week(4-0). He scored two goals, and one of the goals was from 44 meters.
Gnabry has everything to be thankful for. After recovering from numerous injuries that were on the verge of blighting his career, he has found playing for Hoffenheim a relief.
However, the 22-year-old German-Ivorian is on loan to Hoffenheim from Bayern Munich until the end of 2017/2018 season. And according to an article in Sport 1, Gnabry does not relish going back to Bayern Munich at the end of the season.
Continue Reading “Serge Gnabry does not want to return to Bayern Munich.”
Salif Sané is a Senegalese central defender with an eye for the ball and defends his territory with precision. His forays upfront is dangerous for his opponents. He is a master of positional play. Sane’s performance has been gathering momentum since he joined Hannover. Continue Reading “Salif Sané and the future with Hannover.”
Tunisia is one of the five countries from Africa that is representing the continent at the world cup in Russia next year, and they are looking around the globe for their illustrious sons to represent them. At the moment, the searchlight is pointing at Rani Khedira of FC Augsburg. Continue Reading “Tunisia seek Rani Khedira for the world cup in Russia.”
It is almost a year since Nigeria’s Victor Osimhen arrived Wolfsburg, and based on his statements in a German paper, Wolfsburger Nachrichten, Osimhen still has big dreams. Continue Reading “Victor Osimhen takes stock of his journey in Wolfsburg”
The video assistant referee(VAR) was introduced to mitigate the human factor in officiating during this Bundesliga season.However, it has been mired in controversy. Continue Reading “Video assistant referee still a subject of controversy in the Bundesliga.”
Marcel Tisserand was signed as a temporary solution for the injured John Anthony Brooks. According to Kicker, there are indications that Wolfsburg is interested to make the loan move of Tisserand permanent. Continue Reading “Wolfsburg interested in turning Marcel Tisserand’s loan deal permanent.”
Footballers are known for their flashy lifestyle. They live a life of luxury but many lack meaning in their lives. Enter Juan Mata, the Manchester United player, who pledged on social media, that he would donate one percent of his salary to high-impact football charities around the world, as part of the common goal initiative. Mata’s gesture has resonated with many players and a coach in the Bundesliga. Continue Reading “Bundesliga players and a coach join the common goal initiative.”
The long wait for Victor osimhen to make his debut this season is over. Wolfsburg played at home against Mainz and Osimhen came in the 84th minute for Divock Origi.
The coach of Wolfsburg, Martin Schmidt, decided to feature Osimhen in the match because of his dedication and abilities in training. Schmidt espoused Osimhen’s skills in Wolfsburger Allgemeine, ” it was a decision for Victor. He trained very well and scored the most goals. He is the most effective runner and I wanted to reward him.” Continue Reading “Victor Osimhen impresses Wolfsburg coach”