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Goal.com Profile: Diego

Goal.com Profile: Diego

His much publicised move away from the Weserstadion looks to be ever nearer, with Juventus seemingly on the verge of securing his services. There is, however, reported interest in the mercurial talent from both Inter and Bayern Munich. So what

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Player of the day: Lukas Podolski

Player of the day: Lukas Podolski

Born in Poland but raised in Germany, Lukas Podolski certainly started early, playing for the youth club of FC Bergheim at 6, and moving to FC Cologne (FC Köln) when he was 10. It was at FC Cologne that he

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Player of the day: Philip Lahm

Player of the day: Philip Lahm

Philip Lahm entered the 2006 World Cup a relative unknown, but burst onto the international scene with a spectacular opening goal, scored against Costa Rica in the 6th minute. The only German player to play all 690 minutes of the

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Player of the day: Miroslav Klose

Player of the day: Miroslav Klose

What else needs to be said about one of Germany’s most experienced players in the current squad? You’ve seen his heroics in the past two World Cups, scoring 5 goals in 2002 and winning the Golden Boot in 2006. He

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Player of the day: Marko Marin

Player of the day: Marko Marin

As the countdown to Euro 2008 heats up, we’re starting a column here on GFT (German Football Team) that features a national team player each day. Today, we’re starting with Marko Marin, a player that was only yesterday taken off

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