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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Hoffenheim 4 2 0 14
3 Bayern 4 1 1 13
4 Hannover 3 3 0 12
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Xabi Alonso announces plans to become a manager

Xabi Alonso retired as a player in May.

Former Spain international midfielder Xabi Alonso plans to become a manager.

The ex-Real Sociedad, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Bayern Munich man who won two UEFA Champions League trophies and the 2010 World Cup retired as a player in May.

Alonso, 35, had been working toward his coaching badges this summer, and revealed his future plans on his Instagram account on Monday evening.

"After 17 years in the game, I have considered the next step in my career," he said in a brief video. "I have decided to...

 By Mark Lovell

Retired goalkeeper Tom Starke added to Bayern Champions League squad

Carlo Ancelotti says Sven Ulreich's blunder didn't affect the result against Wolfsburg, and hopes Bayern respond at PSG.

UEFA have given Bayern Munich the green light to call up veteran goalkeeper Tom Starke to their Champions League squad after losing captain Manuel Neuer to injury until the new year.

Starke, 36, retired at the end of the season to become goalkeeping coordinator at Bayern's new youth academy last month.

However, he had to help out on Bayern's tour of China and Singapore this summer, when both first-choice Neuer (fracture) and backup Sven Ulreich (elbow) were both sidelined with injury.

Neuer, 31,...

 By Mark Lovell

Uli Hoeness: €100m signings unacceptable for Bayern Munich

Craig Burley explains why Carlo Ancelotti's days at Bayern are numbered while Shaka Hislop lambastes Sven Ulreich's howler.
Raf Honigstein says Sven Ulreich needs to show he's up for being the goalkeeper in Manuel Neuer's absence at Bayern.
Carlo Ancelotti says Sven Ulreich's blunder didn't affect the result against Wolfsburg, and hopes Bayern respond at PSG.

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has told kicker that "a €100 million player is unacceptable" for the German champions as his club prepare to face big-spending Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Wednesday.

Hoeness' comments follow recent criticism of the club's transfer policy from top scorer Robert Lewandowski, who said Bayern needed to spend big in order to compete with the top clubs.

PSG signed Neymar for €222m and Kylian Mbappe on an initial loan that is set to result...

 By Ian Holyman

Carlo Ancelotti regrets the way his Paris Saint-Germain spell ended

Carlo Ancelotti says Sven Ulreich's blunder didn't affect the result against Wolfsburg, and hopes Bayern respond at PSG.

Carlo Ancelotti says he harbours regrets over the acrimonious end to his spell as Paris Saint-Germain coach as he prepares to return to the French capital with Bayern Munich.

Ancelotti finished second in Ligue 1 in his first season in charge at the Parc des Princes before guiding the club to the first of four successive titles in the 2012-13 campaign.

However, Ancelotti went on to endure a strained relationship with his Qatari bosses, and he made clear his desire to leave Paris to succeed Jose Mourinho...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich's Ancelotti won't blame backup keeper Ulreich for draw

Raf Honigstein says Sven Ulreich needs to show he's up for being the goalkeeper in Manuel Neuer's absence at Bayern.
Craig Burley explains why Carlo Ancelotti's days at Bayern are numbered while Shaka Hislop lambastes Sven Ulreich's howler.
Carlo Ancelotti says Sven Ulreich's blunder didn't affect the result against Wolfsburg, and hopes Bayern respond at PSG.
Bayern's run of 19 straight home wins against Wolfsburg in all competitions ended as the Wolves snatched a 2-2 draw.

MUNICH -- Carlo Ancelotti refused to blame Bayern Munich backup goalkeeper Sven Ulreich for his glaring blunder which allowed Wolfsburg a lifeline, as the German champions squandered a two-goal advantage in a disappointing 2-2 draw at the Allianz Arena.

Robert Lewandowski and Arjen Robben had fired the Bavarians into a seemingly unassailable two-goal lead. However, Ulreich, deputising for the injured Manuel Neuer, flapped at Maximilian Arnold's hopeful free kick on 56 minutes to allow Wolfsburg...