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Struggling Bundesliga club Ingolstadt have appointed Michael Henke as their interim coach.
The Bundesliga is back in action after an awkwardly-placed international break. RB Leipzig host a Bundesliga game for the first time but not before a marquee clash between Schalke and Bayern Munich and the Hessen Derby.
While qualification for the Europa League was impressive, the extra games it brings could end up hurting Mainz.
The Bavarian club may have a new coach and added some smart signings but an exodus of key players may mean this coming season will be even harder than their debut in the top division last year.
With more money than ever flowing in to the German Bundesliga, the league’s biggest clubs are growing more and more careless in how they acquire new talent. DW’s Stefan Bienkowski looks at diminishing returns.
The 57-year-old has coached some of Europe’s biggest clubs, including Real Madrid, Chelsea and AC Milan. Speaking at his official introduction, Ancelotti said winning the Champions League won’t be easy.
Sammer has been at the head of Bayern Munich’s sporting operations since 2012, in which the club has won every league championship since. He has suffered health issues in recent months.
The passion and volume so often present at Bundesliga matches hasn’t always been evident in international games. But on Saturday in Bordeaux, the German fans turned up the noise. And it worked.
Bayern Munich will open their Bundesliga title defence at home against Werder Bremen, who survived on the final day of last season. Elsewhere, RB Leipzig travel to Hoffenheim for their first ever Bundesliga match.
The 22-year-old is Dortmund’s sixth signing of a difficult summer transfer window. Guerreiro has completed his medical and signed a deal until 2020.
Leipzig, the club affiliated with soft-drinks giant Red Bull, will be joining the Bundesliga next season. The team traditionalists love to hate beat Karlsruhe 2-0, capping an inexorable march to the top.