Germany

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

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The Dutchman is refusing to restrict his options when it comes to hanging up his boots and says he loves the variety that Pep Guardiola's tactics bring to Bayern

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The German has already hit out at the Arsenal boss over a lack of respect following his move to Inter on loan and has now queried his former manager's selection decisions

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FIFPro have revealed the 55 players who received the most votes for their 2014 World XI. So which stars won the respect of their peers in the annual poll?

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The 21-year-old will join the Bundesliga side on loan until the summer, with the option of making the move permanent at the end of the season

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The Spain international feels the Bayern coach is not the right man for the position of sporting director, while also insisting he is happy at his current club

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

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The Germany coach has gushed that the Bayern defender, who captained the nation to their first World Cup in 24 years last summer, deserves more credit for his talent

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Pep Guardiola's men were as impeccable as ever in a money-spinning friendly in the oil-rich nation, with youngster Mitchell Weiser starring by bagging a double

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The Spaniard believes he gets more space to score and create goals from the centre of the pitch, but could be forced to operate out wide with his team-mate fit again

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The 17-year-old midfielder is one of Arsene Wenger's top January targets but he paid a visit to the Bundesliga club, who want to capitalise on the Gunners' rejected bids

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The FCB director has taken a dig at the Premier League outfit and has made it clear the German champions will judge each case individually

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COMMENT: His 2014 individual triumph was never in doubt, but Cristiano cannot be considered a great until he achieves something with his country - and neither can Leo

Monday, January 12, 2015

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Goal takes a look at whom the media representatives voted for from around the world, with the Argentine proving to be far more popular than his rival among journalists

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The 2014 World Cup-winning coach looked around his dressing room before casting his vote for the Ballon d'Or, while others unsurprisingly followed suit