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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2019/2020 Season

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7 Schalke 4 2 2 14
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Legendary coach 'Restless Rudi' dies aged 93

Rudi Gutendorf
Rudi Gutendorf's globe-trotting career, spanning half a century, saw him coach a record 55 teams.

Rudi Gutendorf, the tireless manager who guided a world record 55 teams, including 18 national sides, has died at 93, according to several German media outlets.

Born in Koblenz on the banks of the Rhine, the man dubbed "Restless Rudi" started his football career as a player for hometown club TuS Neuendorf before taking his first management role with Swiss side Blue Stars Zurich in the 1950s.

Coaching proved infectious, and after building an impressive CV with top flight teams in West Germany, Gutendorf...

Metzelder under investigation for child porn

Former Germany international Christoph Metzelder is under investigation due to the suspicion of spreading child pornography, Hamburg public prosecutors told ESPN FC on Wednesday.
Christoph Metzelder won La Liga with Real Madrid and the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund.

Former Germany international Christoph Metzelder is under investigation on suspicion of spreading child pornography, Hamburg public prosecutors told ESPN FC on Wednesday.

Metzelder's property in Dusseldorf was searched by police on Tuesday and his electronic devices were seized for further inspection.

Hamburg public prosecutors told ESPN FC the devices would be searched for evidence before any further update is provided.

​Prosecutors added in a statement it had been alleged Metzelder had sent...

Schalke boss' comments were 'racist' - DFB

Clemens Tonnies apologised publicly for his comments.

Comments made by Schalke president Clemens Tonnies regarding Africa were racist but there will be no proceedings against the billionaire, who has stepped down from his post for three months, the German FA (DFB) said on Thursday.

Tonnies, owner of a meat processing company, had told a conference earlier this month that instead of increasing taxes to protect the environment there should be more power stations built in Africa.

"Then the Africans would stop cutting down trees and produce babies when...