Theo Zwanziger, a long-time critic of FIFA’s decision to award the 2022 World Cup finals to Qatar, has returned to the attack.
Theo Zwanziger, in an enlightening intervention, has lifted the lid on UEFA’s limp-wristed reaction to outbursts of racist behaviour by fans and, on occasion, players and coaches.
Theo Zwanziger, freed from the diplomatic constraints of being German football federation president, has been settling scores in a book and interviews with old enemies such as Uli Hoeness.
As the cost of staging the European Championships becomes prohibitive for all bar a handful of countries, support for Michel Platini's proposal to spread the finals across 13 cities is…
Germany may be among favourites to win Euro 2012 but not everyone has their attention focused on the NationalElf's attempt to land a fourth European crown but a first since
German federation president Theo Zwanziger is not afraid to speak his mind, although his frankness has not always gone down well with football's governing body.
Theo Zwanziger has announced his decision to step down as president of the DFB, but that may not be the last we hear of him in a footballing capacity.
Keir Radnedge looks at the growing number of incidents of depression within the Bundesliga, and asks whether this is a uniquely German phenomenon or one for football itself.