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Top 5 Wackiest/Zaniest Moments From Bayern Munich’s 2-1 Champions League Victory Over The-Other-German-Team Borussia Dortmund

Go Furher? Wow, Ford, going with the Lenny Bruce “offend everybody” advertising approach, eh? More weird stuff from today’s all-German final after the jump. (Hint: balls may or may not be kicked)


The Champions League Final Is Saturday. Meet Dortmund Manager Jürgen Klopp, Germany’s Answer To The Most Interesting Man In The World.

He is a human quote machine, and a rare wonderful man in a profession that produces some of the most awful people in the world: coaching. Details of his awesomeness, after the jump.


Teary-Eyed David Beckham Plays His Last Game, Frank Ribéry Hits Nasty Volley (VIDEOS)

Beckham wasn’t the only person crying as Borussia Monchengladbach gave up a 3-1 lead to Bayern, thanks in part to this insane volley from the French international. Video of the last moments of David Beckham’s playing career after the jump.

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Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger Doesn’t Understand Why A Journalist Is Looking At Him During His Own Press Conference

In anticipation of tomorrow’s Champions League match between Arsenal and Bayern Munich, Arensal manager Arsene Wenger held a press conference that got weird and hostile rather quickly.

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Breno Is Going To Jail For Four Years

Former Bayern Munich defender Breno will be spending the next three years and nine months in a German prison. More, after the jump.


Video: Chelsea Wins The Champions League Final On Penalty Kicks

Chelsea are your European champions, thanks to — who else? — Didier Drogba. After extra time refused to yield a winner, the Champions League final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich went to penalty kicks. Video, after the jump.

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Didier Drogba’s Game-Tying Goal In Today’s Champions League Final Caused An Instant Announcer Orgasm

It didn’t look good for Chelsea, but in the 88th minute Didier Drogba put a wonderful header into the back of the net that tied today’s Champions League final with Bayern Munich, an event that caused an instant announcer combustion.

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