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Bundesliga: Clemens keeps Gladbach pointless

Gladbach’s season has not gone to plan so far, and further evidence was supplied in Sunday’s defeat to Mainz. Too many unnecessary mistakes hindered them from making the usual impact, and it proved costly too.


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Bundesliga: Late but great from HSV against Stuttgart

The late match on Saturday turned out to be a great one, as Hamburg dramatically took all three points at home against Stuttgart. Bruno Labaddia’s side were helped by two minutes of madness from Florian Klein.


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Werder and Hertha miss chance to win

Both Hertha Berlin and Werder Bremen had to share the spoils on Friday night, but based on the chances the opening game of matchday two in the Bundesliga could have been won by either side.


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Champions League: Malmo rescue tie against Celtic, Rapid lose to Shakhtar

Celtic was on course for a crucial first leg win in Glasgow with a two-goal lead, but a late strike means the momentum lies with Malmo. Rapid Vienna’s hopes of qualification have taken a blow with defeat to Shakhtar. An injury-time goal from Jo Inge Berget has kept Malmo’s dream of qualification alive despite losing 3-2 to Scottish champions Celtic.


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History answers the question: When will the EFA be held accountable?

It is the third consecutive time for Egypt to exit the qualifiers of African Cup of Nations. The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) has not been able to organise regular local tournaments. The last tournament it organised was the premier and Egypt cup, both held in 2015and throughout a period of nine months, despite the absence …