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Berlin has enlisted the help of Otto Rehhagel, a much-loved football coach among the Greeks, to make Germany popular again in crisis-hit Greece. Rehhagel, who led Greece to victory at the Euro 2004, is holding talks in Athens as a goodwill ambassador.
He pulled off one of football's greatest historic upsets. Now Otto Rehhagel has been handed a task equally challenging: to make Germany popular again in crisis-hit Greece. Germany's embassy in Athens said Friday that the 74-year-old former football
The more time you spend on the road, the more important those small moments of fun to stop us all go... by Martin Ayres 12 July 2012 02:47 PM There should be plenty of betting opportunities over the Olympics. by Gareth Purnell 11 July 2012 12:01 AM
Germany and Greece meet in Gdansk, Poland on Friday in what will be a clash both of styles and of two nations at opposite ends of Europe's financial crisis. Otto Rehhagel, who masterminded Greece's 2004 triumph in Portugal, told the Bild daily: "
Kuper and Szymanski believe that economics and soccer are correlated. For example, as Turkey's population mushroomed and its economy grew, the national team kept getting better...The authors believe that a country's success in soccer correlates
The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Jun. 08 2012, 11:49 AM EDT Last updated Friday, Jun. 08 2012, 11:49 AM EDT Open competition For Greece, this match against Poland will revive memories of eight years ago in Portugal, when it also faced the host
Hertha Berlin player Levan Kobiashvili has been banned for seven-and-a-half months for attacking a referee the most severe punishment for an act of violence in Bundesliga history. Georgian defender Kobiashvili, 34, punched referee Wolfgang Stark at
Suggested Topics Heard the one about the Greeks, the German and the Euro? Strange as it seems given the economic crisis gripping Greece, there was a time not so long ago when Euro was less a dirty word for many of its citizens than a cause for
Lars Bender scored twice for Bayer Leverkusen to beat Cologne 2-0 in the Bundesliga's Rhine derby on Saturday. Bender opened the scoring in the 16th minute and claimed his second in the 51st, thanks to an outstanding pass from Renato Augusto.
Werder Bremen have released Denmark midfielder Daniel Jensen from his contract which ends next month after he criticised team bosses for his exclusion from the squad last week, the Bundesliga club said on Wednesday. "There was a discussion between