Werder's under-fire head coach couldn't steer the Northern Germans away from another defeat. The players were jeered off at the end by a frustrated home crowd at the Weser.
Matchday nine in the Bundesliga sees a classic match-up from the 1970s become a modern day classic as Bayern take on Gladbach. Elsewhere, Leverkusen host Schalke and Bremen's Robin Dutt faces a decisive game vs. Cologne.
Time to get predicting! As part of DW's online Bundesliga competition, our sports reporter Tobias Oelmaier has put together his predicted scorelines for this weekend's action. How do they match up with your tips?
A Cologne court has ordered Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen to give back millions of euros to a former sponsor that has since gone bankrupt. The club should have known Teldafax was insolvent at the time, the court said.
Five losses in eight Bundesliga matches and just two points away from the drop zone: Borussia Dortmund are in trouble. It's time for Jürgen Klopp to step up to the plate, writes DW's Olivia Gerstenberger.
We've got your Bundesliga needs covered: Keep up to date here with the latest scores and the points table from Germany's top flight soccer league. How is your favorite team going?
Both in desperate need of a Europa-League win, Wolfsburg and Gladbach picked up three points in two goal-rich victories. Wolfsburg worked hard to overcome Krasnodar 4-2, while Gladbach eventually won 5-0.
Crisis? What crisis? Dortmund and Leverkusen made amends for poor performances in the previous Bundesliga round. Leverkusen beat Zenit St. Petersburg 2-0, while Dortmund crushed Galatasaray 4-0 in Istanbul.
Pep Guardiola's side delivered one of the most remarkable European performances to beat Roma 7-1 in Italy, but Schalke had to work much harder for their three points at home.
Supporting Germany's capital club is a labor of love at the best of times. Born and bred Berliners have dealt with more than their fair share of pain over the last 20 years, so why would an outsider put themselves through such suffering? Kick off! asks American Jefferson Chase why he's got a soft spot for the often underperforming Old Lady of German football.
German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung has reported that imprisoned former Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness could start coaching Bayern's youth at the end of January - if he is granted parole.
After last week's abandonment of the game between Serbia and Albania, a decision has finally been made. Serbia will get the win - but not the points - and Albania has appealed.
Michael Schumacher could recover within three years, says a French doctor treating the former Formula One champion. The German driver is making progress, albeit slowly, 10 months after a devastating ski accident.
The 2015 Tour de France will involve three countries and lots of mountains, organizers announced Wednesday, unveiling the route of the 102st edition of the race. Next year's action begins in the Dutch city of Utrecht.
After a number of failed campaigns to host the world's biggest sports event, the Olympics seem destined to never return to Germany. But, the country's Olympic association hasn't given up hope yet.
Markus Kreuzberger is a man who likes a challenge.
Meet Bianca Krause and her sports psychologist Natascha Binder.
Ex-Bundesliga coach Thomas Doll is now working in Hungary.
Ippei lives in Tokyo. Together with his fellow lawyers and clients he meets regularly to play football. Not just on a filthy football field, but on top of a station building.
A documentary feature about basketball star Dirk Nowitzki opens in Cologne.
A lot happens in the Bundesliga each week and it's not always easy to stay up to date. Have a look back through our competition archives here, for a look at the highlights and lowlights of the current season.
Germany's best clubs are in action in both the Champions League and Europa League competitions this season. From Bayern Munich to Wolfsburg, catch up on how they are all faring here, in the archive.
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