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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Schalke 10 7 6 37
7 Hannover 8 8 7 32
8 Augsburg 8 7 8 31
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Bayern MunichBayern Munich
Hannover 96Hannover 96
3
1
FT
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VfB StuttgartVfB Stuttgart
1
1
FT
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Borussia DortmundBorussia Dortmund
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2
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Hannover handed €20,000 fine for racist abuse toward Mainz players

Leon Balogun was one of the targets for the racist abuse.

Hannover have been fined €20,000 after Mainz players Leon Balogun and Anthony Ujah were racially abused during a Bundesliga match last month.

The German FA (DFB) ruled on Thursday that Hannover would be fined for "unsporting behaviour of their fans" for incidents at the match on Jan. 13.

The DFB said on their website that "a group of seven to 12 persons racially abused, over large parts of the second half, the two Mainz players Leon Balogun and Anthony Ujah, who were warming up near the goalline."

After...

Will Hannover 96 president Martin Kind eventually crack 50+1 rule?

Martin Kind's decision to withdraw his application for full control at Hannover may prove tactical.
Martin Kind's decision to withdraw his application for full control at Hannover may prove tactical.

On Saturday afternoon, the noise will be back at the HDI-Arena. After weeks of offering only a token level of support for their own team, Hannover 96 ultra groups have agreed to once again cheer on the players for the home game against SC Freiburg.

The self-imposed silence had been the fans' way of protesting the takeover bid of 96 chairman Martin Kind. But the owner of a hearing aid firm and long-time benefactor of the Lower Saxony club put his application to take formal control of the side...

Bundesliga to debate 50+1 rule amid Hannover president's takeover bid

Hannover president Martin Kind is trying to take majority control of the club after 20 years of investment.

The German Football League (DFL) has called for a "fundamental debate" on the future of the 50+1 rule in the Bundesliga after Hannover president Martin Kind put his takeover bid on hold earlier this week.

Kind, a businessman and Hannover local, had previously hoped to gain a majority stake in the club after 20 years of investing in it.

He had faced strong opposition from several Hannover fan groups, and reports last week hinted at a DFL decision against Kind's takeover bid. Instead of issuing a...

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Stuttgart hire ex-USMNT defender Steve Cherundolo as assistant coach

Steve Cherundolo has parted ways with Hannover after 19 years.

Former United States national team defender Steve Cherundolo has left his role at Hannover to join the coaching staff at Stuttgart.

Cherundolo had been with Hannover since joining as a player in 1999 and made 370 league appearances before retiring in 2014.

He stayed on after his playing days and most recently coached Hannover's under-17 team, but moves on to Stuttgart as one of two top assistants under new head coach Tayfun Korkut.

Cherundolo previously worked with Korkut when the Turkey international...

DFB launches investigation over Hannover racial abuse vs. Mainz

Leon Balogun in action for Mainz.

The German FA (DFB) has opened an investigation after Mainz players Leon Balogun and Anthony Ujah said they were racially abused by Hannover 96 fans ahead of last Saturday's Bundesliga match.

On Tuesday, the DFB told ESPN FC it had begun proceedings. Under its rules, the club could face a fine or even a stadium closure, but the governing body said "possible legal consequences are pure speculation at this stage."

Hannover, Balogun and Ujah have been asked to provide written statements, and after...