D³: U19s Win, MLS Sackings, African News

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BVB U19s won 2-0 at Preußen-Münster yesterday morning to leapfrog their opponents to fourth in the Group 3 table. Tobias Seufert turned home his own rebound with seconds remaining of the first-half to give Dortmund the lead, before Quirin Riemann slotted home on the hour mark.

Dortmund are five points back of leaders Köln, after Aachen lost their 100% record with defeat at home to a Leverkusen side who’ve moved into third.

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Sudanese champions Al-Merreikh Omdurman have taken a massive step to lifting their first continental title after a comprehensive 3-0 win at Espérance Tunis in the First Leg of the African Champions League Final. Abdelhameed Amari scored in both halves before a late Serge Wawa goal sealed the win. The Second Leg will be played in a fortnight.

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Four MLS coaches have lost their jobs after the conclusion of the regular season. San Jose Earthquakes, DC United, Philadelphia Union, and Sporting Kansas City have all parted ways with their managers after the sides all missed out on the post-season.

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Dortmund have confirmed two winter friendlies for January. The club hosts 2.Bundesliga side TSV Alemannia Achen on 03 January as part of the Benjamin Bella deal, before travelling to feeder club SV Sandhausen on 07 January for the annual meeting of the two sides.