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Bittencourt signs for Hannover
Borussia Dortmund have confirmed that midfielder Leonardo Bittencourt has agreed to move to Hannover.
The 19-year-old, who joined Dortmund from Energie Cottbus in June 2012, makes the switch to the AWD-Arena after just one season at the Westfalenstadion, although there is a buy back clause included in the deal.
Bittencourt, who struggled to break in to an extremely talented Dortmund team, will now attempt to hone his abilities with Mirko Slomka's side, but could return to the eight-time Bundesliga winners if he impresses with Hannover.
The youngster, who is of Brazilian descent, has already played at representative level for the Germany Under-19 side and was given his bow by Juergen Klopp in the 2-1 home defeat to local rivals Schalke back in Octobe
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18.06.2013 - 18:43
Newcastle confirm Kinnear appointment
Newcastle United have confirmed the appointment of Joe Kinnear as their director of football on a three-year deal.
Kinnear will report to the club's board and will be in charge of all football matters, meaning that manager Alan Pardew and chief scout Graham Carr will report into him.
The 66-year-old, who spent a chunk of the 2008-09 Premier League season in charge at St James' Park before suffering a heart attack, announced his appointment on Sunday but it was not confirmed by the club until Tuesday.
Kinnear angered the Newcastle faithful by insulting them in a bizarre radio interview on Monday, while he also mispronounced the names of several first-team players.
Managing director Derek Llambias
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18.06.2013 - 18:39
Kinnear: We need another striker
Newcastle's new director of football Joe Kinnear will make signing a proven striker his first priority at the club.
Kinnear, who managed Newcastle for four-and-a-half months in the 2008-09 Premier League season, has been an unpopular appointment and did his chances of winning over the club's fans no good in an outspoken radio interview on Monday.
faithful that he was more intelligent than them.
But while Newcastle's supporters are still to be won over by Kinnear's appointment, the former Wimbledon boss - who will work closely with chief scout Graham Carr, in support to manager Alan Pardew - will be working away on his first task at the club, which is to sign a regular goal-scorer. "I think we need another striker," K
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18.06.2013 - 18:35
Valcke: Brazil better for football tournaments
FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke has hit back at claims the 2014 World Cup will not benefit Brazil.
There have been some protests in Brazil at the spending of public money on hosting both the 2013 Confederations Cup and next year's World Cup but Valcke believes the legacy of the two football tournaments will not be properly measurable for 20 years.
Speaking after the opening four matches of the Confederations Cup, Valcke claimed the World Cup will not only improve football facilities in Brazil but is already modernising the South American country's day-to-day infrastructure.
"The legacy is something which is more than just after the World Cup, it is for the next 20 years of the country," Valcke said.
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18.06.2013 - 18:31
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