Neuer finished the —10 season with 39 appearances. For the —11 season , Neuer was appointed captain and led the team to its first Champions League semi-final appearance.
Neuer finished the season with 53 appearances. On 1 June , Neuer made his move to Bayern Munich in July and signed a five-year contract that lasted until June Among other things, it was decided that Manuel Neuer will be "regarded as a full member of the FC Bayern Munich team, who should be treated with due respect.
Furthermore, hostility towards him should cease". He improved the record formerly held by Oliver Kahn. Following the match, Neuer has revealed that he studied the way Ronaldo took his penalties.
Neuer told Bild, "I always prepare myself for such situations. Our goalkeeping coach, Toni Tapalovic, showed me on his laptop before the match how Ronaldo usually takes his penalties.
I learned that Ronaldo prefers to send the ball low to his left. In the penalty shoot-out, I was convinced that he would aim for his favourite spot.
He took and scored the third penalty for Bayern and also saved the first penalty taken by Juan Mata , but could not save the rest of the penalties as Munich lost the trophy 4—3 on penalties in their home stadium, the Allianz Arena.
Neuer started the season by winning the DFL-Supercup. Bayern went on to win the game 2—0 away. On 2 May , Neuer extended his current contract until the summer of The last time Bayern had given four goals in a match was against Wolfsburg on 4 April Neuer finished the season with 34 Bundesliga appearances,  five German Cup appearances,  11 UEFA Champions League appearances,  and one German Cup appearances  for a total of 51 appearances.
Neuer then was praised for his performance in their first game of the quarterfinals against Real Madrid C. During the second leg, he suffered a left foot fracture that ended his season abruptly as Bayern lost 4—2 in a controversial match.
In addition to playing in the super cup,  Neuer played in 26 Bundesliga matches, four German Cup matches, and nine Champions League matches.
On 12 August , Neuer captained his side in the first competitive match of the season as Bayern won the DFL-Supercup by defeating Eintracht Frankfurt with a 5—0 victory.
After progressing through the youth teams, Neuer made his Germany under debut on 15 August against the Netherlands. Neuer was called up on 19 May to the senior German squad for a tour of Asia.
In the same match, England player Frank Lampard scored a goal that was erroneously disallowed since the referee ruled incorrectly that the ball had not crossed the line.
Controversially, Neuer admitted that he knew it was a legitimate goal, but acted in a way to make the referee doubt this.
Neuer played every minute of every match in the qualification campaign for UEFA Euro , helping Germany to secure ten wins out of ten games and top their group.
He kept a clean sheet against Portugal while also conceding one goal each to the Netherlands and Denmark. Germany went on to win Group B, being the only team in the tournament to win all of their group stage games.
He finished group play posting two saves against Portugal, three against the Netherlands and three again against Denmark.
After keeping clean sheets in group matches against Portugal and the United States , Neuer recorded his third clean sheet of the World Cup in the 1—0 quarter-final defeat of France.
This was his 22nd clean sheet overall in his 50th appearance for die Nationalmannschaft. On 31 May Neither did he concede a goal in the round of 16 against Slovakia.
With this, Neuer established a new record by not conceding a goal in a major tournament for minutes. A 1—1 draw after extra-time saw the match go to a penalty shoot-out, in which Neuer helped Germany to a 6—5 victory by saving two spot kicks, including one from Bonucci; he was elected the Man of the Match for his performance.
Considered by some in the media to be the current best goalkeeper in the world, and one of the greatest goalkeepers both of his generation and of all time, Neuer is widely regarded as a "complete" and modern goalkeeper.
A tall, large, athletic, and physically strong player, Neuer has earned critical acclaim from former players and pundits for his speed, stamina, composure, concentration, consistency, and mentality, as well as for being able to adapt to any given situation on the pitch.
He is particularly known for his exceptional reflexes, shot-stopping abilities, speed, and footwork, as well as his ability to read the game, and come out to collect crosses, which enables him to command his area effectively.
Because of his unique playing style, Neuer has been described as a "sweeper-keeper", and has been credited with revolutionising the role of the goalkeeper in modern times.
He has also been praised by pundits for his positioning between the posts, as well as his ability in one-on-one situations; furthermore, he is effective at stopping penalties, and — uncommon for a goalkeeper — has also been known to take and score them in shoot-outs.
A former outfield player in his youth, in addition to his goalkeeping ability, Neuer has also been praised for his excellent ball control and for his accurate distribution of the ball with both his hands and feet; his long throwing range and ability to kick the ball into deep areas with either foot enables him to the play the ball out on the ground or create plays or launch swift counter-attacks from the back.
Regarding his technical skills on the ball in comparison to other players in his role, Neuer has stated that he could play in the German third division as a centre-back if so desired.
Neuer was born in Gelsenkirchen , North Rhine-Westphalia. His brother Marcel is currently a football referee in the Verbandsliga. Neuer is a Catholic , and lends his support to a Gelsenkirchen-based Catholic social action group which campaigns against child poverty as well as a Gelsenkirchen-based youth club run by the Amigonians.
Neuer started a charity foundation for children, named the Manuel Neuer Kids Foundation. On 21 May , Neuer married longtime girlfriend Nina Weiss in Tannheim , Austria, in a civil ceremony, which was followed by a church wedding in the Cathedral of Santissima della Madia in Monopoli , Italy on 10 June.
After a wrong translation of his statement "it would be good if a professional football player came out because it would help others to do the same", a South American publication concluded that he was gay, which was taken up by many other media and is since widely believed in the Spanish speaking world.
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London , England , Storbritannien. Nr Land Pos Namn —. They secured the record on 12 August , beating the previous record of 63 matches unbeaten set by Liverpool between and Chelsea, along with Arsenal, were the first club to play with shirt numbers, on 25 August in their match against Swansea Town.
On 26 December , Chelsea became the first British side to field an entirely foreign starting line-up no British or Irish players in a Premier League match against Southampton.
The club were then sponsored by Grange Farms, Bai Lin Tea and Simod before a long-term deal was signed with Commodore International in ; Amiga , an offshoot of Commodore, also appeared on the shirts.
Chelsea were subsequently sponsored by Coors beer —97 , Autoglass — , Emirates —05 , Samsung Mobile —08 and Samsung — Following the door-opening of sleeve sponsor in the English League, Chelsea had Alliance Tyres as its first sleeve sponsor in the —18 season.
In , Chelsea featured in one of the earliest football films, The Great Game. Up until the s, the club had a long-running association with the music halls ; their underachievement often provided material for comedians such as George Robey.
The club were promoted to the Premier Division for the first time in as Southern Division champions and won the Surrey County Cup nine times between and Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. On 22 October , Chelsea announced that Ron Gourlay , after ten successful years at the club including five as Chief Executive, is leaving Chelsea to pursue new business opportunities.
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The club has also won the Football League Cup twice, in and In , Wolves was one of the first British clubs to install floodlights ,  taking part in televised "floodlit friendlies" against leading overseas club sides between and before the creation of the European Cup in Wolves have long-standing rivalries with other West Midlands clubs, the main one being with West Bromwich Albion , against whom they contest the Black Country derby , although the two clubs have not met in a League fixture since —12 , the last season they competed in the same division.
At the conclusion of the campaign the club relocated for a final time when they moved to Molineux , then a pleasure park known as the Molineux Grounds.
The club added a second FA Cup Final triumph a 3—1 win against Newcastle United to their success in , two years after having dropped into the Second Division for the first time.
After struggling during the years either side of the First World War to regain their place in the top division a period that was punctuated by another FA Cup Final appearance in , the club suffered a further relegation in , entering the Third Division North , which they won at the first attempt.
Eight years after returning to the Second Division, Wolves regained their top-flight status as Second Division Champions under Major Frank Buckley after twenty-six years away.
When league football resumed after the Second World War, Wolves suffered yet another final day failure in the First Division.
Just as in , victory in their last match would have won the title but a 2—1 loss to title rivals Liverpool gave the championship to the Merseysiders instead.
Two further titles were soon won in successive years —58 and —59 , as Wolves vied with Manchester United to be acknowledged the premier team in English football at that juncture.
Wolves was one of the first British clubs to participate. They were pipped to the league title by a point on the final day of the season by Burnley.
Despite that bright start to the decade, the s saw Wolves begin to decline. This lasted only two seasons as Wolves were promoted in as Second Division runners-up.
During the close season in , Wolves played a mini-season in North America as part of the fledgling United Soccer Association league which imported clubs from Europe and South America.
Playing as the " Los Angeles Wolves ", they won the Western Division and ultimately the championship by defeating the Eastern Division champions Washington Whips in a final decider.
Wolves lifted silverware two years later when they won the League Cup for the first time by beating Manchester City 2—1 in the final.
Despite relegation again in , Wolves bounced back at the first attempt as Second Division champions under manager Sammy Chung , and then under manager John Barnwell , the turn of the decade saw them finish in the top six in the league and win the League Cup , when then-record signing Andy Gray scored the only goal of the final to defeat the reigning European champions and League Cup holders Nottingham Forest.
The club was "saved" from liquidation at the last minute when it was purchased by a consortium fronted by former player Derek Dougan.
Building on that, the team achieved both the Fourth and Third Division championships in the next two seasons and won the Football League Trophy Final at Wembley.
Lifelong fan Jack Hayward purchased the club in and immediately funded the extensive redevelopment of dilapidated Molineux into a modern all-seater stadium.
Despite substantial spending, neither Graham Taylor nor Mark McGhee could fulfil this, both managers leading the team to play-off defeats at the semi-final stages in and respectively.
It was not until that Wolves were promoted, when they defeated Sheffield United 3—0 in the play-off final under Dave Jones to end a year absence from the top level.
After former England manager Glenn Hoddle failed to bring a swift return, the rebuilding of the squad by Mick McCarthy rejuvenated the club with an unexpected play-off finish.
In the early decades of the club a variety of shirt designs using these colours were created, including stripes and diagonal halves, until the continual usage of a plain shirt design since the s.
Like most English teams, their earliest shirts usually only featured a badge on special occasions such as cup finals. Since the badge has consisted of a single "wolf head" design; the current badge was last redesigned in When first founded the club used a field on Goldthorn Hill in the Blakenhall area as its home, which could accommodate some 2, spectators.
Although the site could only hold 2, spectators at first it was eventually developed to be capable of 10, In the summer of the club moved to its permanent home ever since, Molineux , in the Whitmore Reans area of the city.
The stadium name originates from the Molineux House built in the area by Benjamin Molineux, a local merchant, in the 18th century and whose grounds were later developed to include numerous public leisure facilities.
Wolves bought the freehold in and soon began a series of ground improvements under the auspices of Archibald Leitch ,  beginning with the construction of a major grandstand on the Waterloo Road side.
In the days before seating regulations, the ground could hold more than 60, spectators, with the record attendance being 61, for a First Division match against Liverpool on 11 February When the Molineux Street Stand failed to meet new safety legislation, the club began building a new replacement stand behind the existing one on land where housing had been demolished.
This new all-seater stand — named the John Ireland Stand after the then-club president — was completed in and was the first stage of a plan to rebuild the entire stadium.
As a result, it was forced to enter receivership in New safety laws were implemented following the Bradford City stadium fire and these forced the closure of both the now-dilapidated North Bank and Waterloo Road Stand.
The club did not have the funds necessary to rebuild them. In plans were unveiled of an extensive redevelopment programme to enlarge the capacity and develop the facilities.
The club announced in March that preliminary discussions for the enlargement of the South Bank the Sir Jack Hayward Stand had taken place, together with proposals for the Steve Bull Stand.
Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy is a Category 1 status facility and has produced several high-profile graduates including internationals Robbie Keane and Joleon Lescott.
The club qualify as an entrant in the competition by virtue of their academy holding Category 1 status. For details on all former players, see List of Wolverhampton Wanderers F.
The club has been represented by numerous high-profile players over the years, most notably Billy Wright , who captained England a record 90 times and was the first player to win a century of international caps,  as well as earning the Footballer of the Year Award in ,  an accolade also won by Wolves half-back Bill Slater in Joleon Lescott went on to play for England 26 times scoring once.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers Hall of Fame has inducted the following former players: Major Frank Buckley and Graham Turner.
Wolves have been managed by two former England national team managers in Graham Taylor and Glenn Hoddle. The two clubs, separated by eleven miles, have faced each other times;  their first competitive clash being an FA Cup tie in Wolves also share rivalries with the two Birmingham clubs, Aston Villa and Birmingham City , though they are much farther away than West Bromwich.
Wolves have played both Villa and Birmingham numerous times dating back to the 19th century. As Wolverhampton historically sat in Staffordshire , a Staffordshire derby between Wolves and Stoke City was once recognised.
With Wolves gaining promotion from the Championship to the Premier League at the end of the —18 season, West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City being relegated from the Premier League the same season, and Aston Villa suffering defeat in the —18 Championship play-off final, Wolves will be the only West Midlands team in the English top flight during the —19 season - the first time that Wolves will be the solo representative of the West Midlands in the top division in seasons stretching back to — Allstars was also popularly used in the stadium until a request from the West Midlands Police to cease due to concerns that the obscene lyrics used by some fans during the chorus  could incite trouble.
As with all large city football teams the club attracted a number of hooligans in the s. During the late s and early s, a hooligan firm named "The Subway Army" would often ambush fans in the subway adjacent to the ground.
The club is owned by the Chinese conglomerate group Fosun International , which purchased the parent company of the club, W. Like most football clubs, significant commercial income is generated from shirt sponsorship deals.
With 7, league goals scored over seasons as of the end of season , Wolves have the third highest total of all-time league goals: In —47 and —56 , Wolves finished third on goal average having accumulated the same number of points as the team finishing second.
Had goal difference been used instead as it has in the English leagues since , Wolves would have been runners-up on these two occasions.
Football League Fourth Division Tier 4. Wolverhampton Wanderers was a founder member of the Football League in Wolves has spent of their seasons to date within the top two tiers of English football.
Wolves played in the third tier on four separate occasions, each occasion lasting just one season; three of these seasons ended with promotion back to the second tier as Champions, and one ended in relegation to the fourth tier.
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