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Former Germany goalkeeper Tim Wiese appeared at a WWE live event in Frankfurt on Saturday night.
Michael Mancienne is in fantastic form for Nottingham Forest and finally looks ready to fulfil his potential, writes Adam Bate.
Adam Bate on the excitement that's greeted Shinji Kagawa's return despite a difficult time in England.
Luuk de Jong is looking to bounce back from Newcastle United blow at PSV, writes Kristan Heneage.
Watch this space. Here are the U21-year-olds who could become household names in the coming season.
We have picked the most stunning strikes from the past few days. Make sure you vote for your favourite.
Germany legend Lothar Matthaus names his #One2Eleven - which includes Felix Magath.
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