At the start of the Bundesliga season, expectations were that Borussia Dortmund would be a major storyline.

Der BVB were a traditionally feisty side that was committed to a talented group of young players, not the least of whom was the prolific American, Christian Pulisic.

For his part, dude hasn't disappointed., but he was about the only one.

And when stuff wears thin, there will be consequences.

Dortmund's last victory was all the way back on Sat 30 Sep with a 1-2 triumph at Augsburg.

Since then, it's been rough. Click over to The Daily Player to see what they did about it.

Then, saunter over to Fanorama for a few cool deals. As in, really cool. How in the world could you possibly hit a tailgate party without this celebration-ready insulated, multi-pocket tote bag:

insulated, multi-compartment, tailgating tote bag

That's right. You can now bundle up a little bit of everything for those wild afternoons in someone's parking lot. And check the utensils! They're included, just in case someone who's better in the kitchen than you are brings a taco casserole or something.

Your smartphone or whatever other electronic device you hold will thank you.

This is a steal for $55.99, and the shipping is free.

So be ready for anything, which will be easy. Because with this handy-dandy tote bag, you brought it.





Also in News & Notes

Barça's €142million Bargain
Barça's €142million Bargain

Merely winning a domestic title is but a modest objective for the mega-clubs. So the fact that Barcelona is already running away from chief rival Real Madrid and others in the La Liga race is not necessarily the reason ...

6 Seconds to History
6 Seconds to History

This will likely be the only time we'll ever see Andreas Athanasiou and Alex Ovechkin in the same sentence. But dude's matched the precocious Russian in at least one NHL category. Sending fans home really early when they were preparing ..

It's Good to Be Feisty
It's Good to Be Feisty

Although it can seem like Barcelona and Real Madrid clash every other week, they actually do take time to tolerate other clubs. Mainly because that's how league schedules work. Fans seemingly expect those two to prevail ..

Back to the top