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Clubs most impacted by injuries in international break



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Not a huge concern but Bayern Munich does have one injury concern right now. Mario Gotze suffered a groin injury during a match against Republic of Ireland which they shockingly lost 0-1. Mario suffered a tendon rupture in his thigh while making a lunge said the team doctor. It has been advised by the doctors that he will not play for the club and take rest for atleast 10-12 weeks. Lets hope a speedy recovery for this talented player!

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Top 10 Free Transfers Of All Time



10) Miroslav Klose to Lazio


Considered as one of the finest strikers of all time, Klose joined Lazio from German Champions Bayern Munich in 2011. After falling out with Louis Van Gaal, Klose was one of the two strikers shipped out by the Dutchman during his time in Bavaria. However, the move did not halt Klose’ progress as he continued his prowess in front of goal scoring 48 goals for the Italian side. At 36, Klose broke the world record for most goals scored by a player at the World Cup scoring the second goal on that torrid night for Brazilian football.

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AC Milan

Rivals who shared the same football stadium



Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munchen- Allianz Arena


Bayern Munich and Tsv 1860 Munchen still use the same ground. Allianz arena is also known as the inflatable boat. Allianz currently owns the naming rights of the stadium for 30 years however this name cannot be used while hosting UEFA and FIFA tournaments during the UEFA matches it is known as Fußball Arena München and during FIFA matches it is known as FIFA World Cup Stadium Munich. Allianz brought the 50 per cent shares of the stadium from Tsv Munchen by paying 11 million euros in April 2006. Since then Tsv play their home games at Allianz arena but do not retain any share in the stadium. Good deal Bayern Munich.

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Atlético Madrid

10 most versatile players in the world currently



10.Philipp Lahm

DORTMUND, GERMANY - AUGUST 13: Philipp Lahm of Bayern Muenchen runs with the ball during the DFL Supercup match between Borussia Dortmund and FC Bayern Muenchen at Signal Iduna Park on August 13, 2014 in Dortmund, Germany.  (Photo by Christof Koepsel/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Bayern Munich great Philipp Lahm may have made his name for his role as right-back, but not many knew that he started his career as a left-back. The German international has since then gone on to play in several positions, but has seldom disappointed.

In Pep Guardiola’s current set-up, the World Cup winning captain operates as a defensive midfielder and the Spaniard has hailed him as the “most intelligent player” he’s worked with.

Pace, stamina and precise tackling are some his traits and his small stature has earned him the moniker “Magic Dwarf”.

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