Preview: Can BVB Break Through the SC Freiburg Wall?

After two consecutive wins to start the Peter Stöger era, BVB have looked rather pedestrian in their past two matches against Wolfsburg and Hertha Berlin. Can they pick up their first win of 2018 against Freiburg?

Official: Neven Subotic Joins AS Saint-Etienne

Borussia Dortmund confirmed on Thursday that long-serving defender Neven Subotic has left the club. The 29-year-old centre-back has joined French side AS Saint-Etienne. In an acknowledgement of the Serbian’s massive contributions to the club’s recent history, Dortmund have passed on…

BVB Held to a Draw at Hertha BSC Despite Best Half Under Stöger

Dortmund were held (literally) to a draw in the capital, but there were some notable positives to take away from the Bundesliga match.

Expert Interview: Why BVB Splashed the Cash for Manuel Akanji

Swiss football expert Oliver Zesiger gives us the lowdown on Dortmund’s newest signing, centre-back Manuel Akanji.

Opinion: The Final Straw — Why BVB Have to Sell Aubameyang Now

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s third suspension in 14 months was the final straw as Dortmund should prepare to sell him, argues Lars Pollmann.

Under-the-Radar Bundesliga Transfer Targets for BVB

Taking a look at potential transfer targets in the Bundesliga for Borussia Dortmund.

Revisiting BVB’s Summer Signings at Halfway Point of the Season

The halfway point of the season is a good point to take a look at the early returns of Dortmund’s seven summer signings.

Dortmund’s Statistical Leaders of the Hinrunde

Adam Darowski takes a closer look at Dortmund’s statistical leaders of the 2017/2018 Hinrunde. Some you may have guessed and some you may have not.

BVB Ride Their Luck to Victory in Final Bundesliga Match of 2017

Borussia Dortmund are two-out-of-two under new head coach Peter Stöger following their come-from-behind win over 1899 Hoffenheim on Matchday 17 of the Bundesliga.

Preview: Will The “Stöger Effect” Be Enough Against Hoffenheim?

Borussia Dortmund are back to winning ways. Can they convert the confidence boost into another win against Hoffenheim?

BVB Victorious in Peter Stöger’s Debut vs Mainz

Borussia Dortmund won their first league game since September — and their first match under new management — against FSV Mainz 05 on Matchday 16.

Expert Interview: Getting to Know BVB Head Coach Peter Stöger

Get to know Dortmund’s new head coach Peter Stöger courtesy of Effzeh.com’s Thomas Reinscheid.

Official: Peter Bosz Sacked, Peter Stöger to Take Over at BVB

Borussia Dortmund confirmed in a press conference on Sunday that Dutch head coach Peter Bosz has been relieved of his duties as head coach. The 54-year-old was only in charge of the Black and Yellows for little over five months. …

BVB Continue to Stumble Through the Bundesliga in Bremen Home Loss

Dortmund’s Bundesliga defeat to Werder Bremen further puts Peter Bosz’s future at the club in doubt.

Preview: Is Bremen the Perfect Opponent for BVB This Weekend?

Can Borussia Dortmund right the ship against 17th-placed Werder Bremen?

Preview: The BVB Misery Tour Continues in Leverkusen

After a 4-4 loss to Schalke 04 in the Revierderby, Dortmund try their luck with a streaking Bayer Leverkusen at the BayArena.

Are Dortmund players not ready for 90 minutes?

Something must be terribly wrong when, after weeks of dropping points left and right, your team cannot even hold on to a four-goal lead in one of the most important matches of the year. Should the players in black and yellow just go out in the woods and run their lungs out for a few days?

Opinion: Why Peter Bosz Has Got to Go

YWP writer Lars Pollmann argues why Peter Bosz must go — and why that might not happen too soon.

BVB Hit New Low in Embarrassing Revierderby Draw

Borussia Dortmund continue to find ways to embarrass themselves after squandering a four-goal lead in the Revierderby.

Preview: Revierderby Awaits as Dortmund Continue Poor Form

As Dortmund’s poor form continues, Peter Bosz takes to the BVB touchline, perhaps for the final time. As Bosz fights for his job, Schalke enter the Revierderby as the Bundesliga’s second-best team.