The fight for ownership of Hannover 96 is proving to have wide-reaching implications for the long-admired culture of the German game.
US international Timmy Chandler had his season come to an abrupt and unfortunate end just as he seemed to be putting it all together.
A show of solidarity that didn't quite align with the original intent of the gesture.
It might be best to temper expectations for the return of Bayern's last treble winner.
While Christian Pulisic gets all the headlines, Weston McKennie forges a path of his own in Germany.
Youth development at its earliest levels is made difficult when volunteer coaches don't have the tools necessary to start kids off on the right foot.
While some of his US teammates get more attention, Johnson remains an important player for the US.
Fleshing out the lives of men who don't have as much control as it might seem.
Why German fans are taking a stand against the DFB.
Some guiding words on how to get the most out of our inaugural Howler Book Club selection At 720 pages, David Peace’s Red or Dead is a thick novel. It’s up there with other will-breakers like Dostoevsky’s Demons, Tolstoy’s War and Peace, David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest, or Steinbeck’s East of Eden. The kind of …