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ARD mulls return to Tour de France broadcast
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ARD mulls return to Tour de France broadcast

German state broadcasters ARD are considering screening stages of the Tour de France again after refused to show live coverage since 2012 due to doping scandals in cycling. READ  

Schumi faces 'difficult and long' recovery
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Schumi faces 'difficult and long' recovery

Michael Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm said on Sunday there is still no clear time-frame for the Formula One legend's full recovery. READ  

Schweinsteiger poised for Bayern return
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Schweinsteiger poised for Bayern return

Germany captain Bastian Schweinsteiger is set to make his first Bundesliga appearance since the World Cup final on Saturday, Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola said. READ  

'Dream come true' as Vettel joins Ferrari
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'Dream come true' as Vettel joins Ferrari

Ferrari confirmed on Thursday that four-time Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel will drive for the Italian team next season. READ  

Spain win boosts Löw's spirits for 2015
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Spain win boosts Löw's spirits for 2015

Mannschaft coach Joachim Löw is relishing a fresh start for Germany in 2015 after their 1-0 friendly win over Spain capped their World Cup-winning year in style following several below-par performances. READ  

Football thug victims must pay court costs
The ringleader of the 2012 attack in court in 2013. Photo: DPA

Football thug victims must pay court costs

Two men who were savagely beaten by a group of football fans in Bielefeld have been ordered to cover court costs because their jailed attacker has no money, it was reported on Wednesday. READ  

Löw fumes as Germany labour again
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Löw fumes as Germany labour again

Germany coach Joachim Löw was left fuming as the world champions laboured again in their 4-0 win over minnows Gibraltar to finish 2014 third in their Euro 2016 qualifying group. READ  

Fifa ethics report 'wrong', investigator says
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Fifa ethics report 'wrong', investigator says

Michael Garcia, who conducted the inquiry into wrong-doing in the Russian and Qatari World Cup bids, says a report published on Thursday by Fifa is "materially incomplete and erroneous". READ  

Schumi family 'confident' as website relaunches
Michael Schumacher celebrating his first World Championship win in Adelaide. Photo: DPA

Schumi family 'confident' as website relaunches

In a statement on the Formula One star's re-opened website, Michael Schumacher's family said they were “confident and hoping for the best“ for him. READ  

Doping athletes face up to three years in jail
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Doping athletes face up to three years in jail

Athletes caught doping could face up to three years in jail if a draft anti-doping law to be introduced on Wednesday is passed. READ  

Borussia Dortmund go bottom of Bundesliga
Dortmund stars look on in shock after suffering another Bundesliga defeat. Photo: DPA

Borussia Dortmund go bottom of Bundesliga

Borussia Dortmund went bottom of the Bundesliga for the first time in seven years on Saturday with Jurgen Klopp's team now desperate to avoid a sixth straight league defeat. READ  

Footballer quits Turkey after 'racist' attack
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Footballer quits Turkey after 'racist' attack

A footballer for a Turkish top flight side said on Thursday he has fled Turkey for Germany after a violent attack in Ankara where he was threatened over his Kurdish origins and support for Kurds in Kobane. READ  

Bayern make final 16 with two games to spare
Mario Götze celebrates after making it 2-0 in the 64th minute. Photo: DPA

Bayern make final 16 with two games to spare

Bayern Munich confirmed both their place in the Champions League knock-out phase and status as Group E winners with two games to spare after Wednesday's 2-0 win over Roma. READ  

Violence mars Dortmund-Galatasaray match
Fireworks land among the Dortmund fans during the match. Photo: DPA

Violence mars Dortmund-Galatasaray match

UPDATE: Police, prosecutors and Borussia Dortmund were left dodging blame on Wednesday after two police officers and ten fans were hurt in the Dortmund-Galatasaray Champions' League clash on Tuesday night. READ  

Bayern's Robben extends Dortmund's losing streak
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Bayern's Robben extends Dortmund's losing streak

Arjen Robben converted a late penalty on Saturday as Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich claimed a 2-1 victory over Borussia Dortmund, who have now lost their last five league matches. READ  

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