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Bayern Munich, Germany teammates express sympathy for Manuel Neuer

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Manuel Neuer will not be able to play until 2018 after undergoing surgery on his left foot on Tuesday.

Manuel Neuer won't be able to play for Bayern Munich until at least January after breaking his left foot. Judging by his teammates' reactions, he will be missed.

Several players wished the Bayern goalkeeper and Germany international well on social media on Tuesday, not long after he underwent surgery and the team announced the extent of his injury.

Neuer injured the foot in training over the weekend and only last month returned from a similar injury sustained during Bayern's Champions League quarterfinal...

Bayern Munich's Manuel Neuer facing time out after reinjuring foot in training

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Manuel Neuer first broke a bone in his foot against Real Madrid last season.

Manuel Neuer has been ruled out of Bayern Munich's trip to Schalke on Tuesday and could face a longer spell on the sidelines with a foot injury, according to German newspaper Bild.

On Monday, Bayern announced on their website that Neuer "injured his left foot in training and will miss the match at FC Schalke 04. There will be a final examination on Tuesday."

The 31-year-old Germany goalkeeper missed the run-in to last season with a broken metatarsal in the same foot, suffered during Bayern's Champions...

Germany back at FIFA World Ranking summit as Brazil slip after draw

Germany's manager Joachim Low admits his side were very unconvincing in their 2-1 win over Czech Republic.
Joachim Low believes the German fans who sung offensive chants during his side's win over the Czech Republic were an embarrassment to the country.

ZURICH -- Germany have returned to the top of the FIFA rankings, taking over from Brazil after a busy World Cup qualifying programme.

The world champions beat Czech Republic and Norway in World Cup qualifying, while former No. 1 side Brazil beat Ecuador but surrendered their place at the summit after being held to a 1-1 draw in Colombia.

European champions Portugal, meanwhile, are up three places to No. 3, while Argentina fall one to No. 4 and Belgium climb to No. 5.

Portugal match their highest-ever...

FIFA investigating Germany fans' chant during qualifier in Czech Republic

Joachim Low believes the German fans who sung offensive chants during his side's win over the Czech Republic were an embarrassment to the country.
Germany's manager Joachim Low admits his side were very unconvincing in their 2-1 win over Czech Republic.

ZURICH -- FIFA has opened a disciplinary case against the German football federation after fans chanted Nazi slogans during a World Cup qualifying game in the Czech Republic.

German officials have said the fans did not buy tickets through its official process for last Friday's game in Prague.

FIFA says "several incidents" are under investigation and a case is also open against the Czech federation. Home teams are responsible for security at their stadium.

Verdicts and sanctions should be decided...

Germany top FIFA World Ranking over Brazil as Portugal, Belgium rise

Joachim Low believes the German fans who sung offensive chants during his side's win over the Czech Republic were an embarrassment to the country.

Germany will return to the top of the FIFA World Ranking when the new standings are published on Sept. 14.

The world champions beat Czech Republic and Norway in World Cup qualifying this week, while former No. 1 side Brazil beat Ecuador but surrendered their place at the summit after being held to a 1-1 draw in Colombia.

Argentina's slide continues after they failed to win either of their games to leave their place at the World Cup in doubt, dropping one place to fourth -- the first time they have...