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Schalke's honorary board has allowed Clemens Tönnies to remain as chairman despite racist remarks about Africans. With the decision, the club are trampling on their own mission statement, says DW's Andreas Sten-Ziemons.
Last season, Peter Bosz led Bayer Leverkusen to a fourth-placed Bundesliga finish after taking over the club in January. He spoke to DW about his attacking philosophy and his conversations with the late Johan Cruyff.
Dortmund were let off the hook last week when Bayern unexpectedly dropped points. In Bremen, for the second time in a week, they collapsed in five minutes of madness. And this time, it will cost them in the Bundesliga.
Bibiana Steinhaus has spoken with a German podcast about her career as a Bundesliga referee, discussing how she commands respect on the pitch, the introduction of VAR, and her role as a pioneer for female officials.
This was supposed to be the game that saw Bayern Munich move to the edge of glory. Instead, they had to settle for a point in Nuremberg after a pulsating contest - but it could have been much worse for the champions.
Bayern Munich will say goodbye to two of their greatest ever players this summer, but in Kingsley Coman they already have one successor to the Robben & Ribery era. DW's Jonathan Harding thinks Coman is ready to step up.