Germany – Youth Football Scotland

Posted on June 24, 2011


“German football has enjoyed something of a renaissance in the past decade and the Bundesliga can, arguably, claim to be the best football league in the world. The Bundesliga’s rise to success can be largely put down to the 2000 Bundesliga report which analysed the major problems within German football at the time.

However, unlike the Henry McLeish review, it was carried out by people with huge experience in the game from professional to grassroots level and it was approved across the board with no hint of political instability.

 Since then, the DFB (Deutscher Fußball-Bund) and the league governing bodies have worked very closely at improving the German game overall. In Germany, you will not find much conflict between governing bodies and in the past decade there has been significant changes in the structure of the game.”
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