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  • FC Schalke 04 had a surprise title tilt at Bundesliga, in spite of a poor start to the season and the resultant dismissal of manager Jupp Heynckes. With largely unproven Ralf Rangnick taking over, Schalke went about level with title rivals Bayern Munich after a 1–0 win thanks to a goal from Lincoln. From there on, Bayern dominated, leaving Schalke a full 14 points behind, albeit good enough for runners-up, qualifying the team for the Champions League. (en)
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  • FC Schalke 04 had a surprise title tilt at Bundesliga, in spite of a poor start to the season and the resultant dismissal of manager Jupp Heynckes. With largely unproven Ralf Rangnick taking over, Schalke went about level with title rivals Bayern Munich after a 1–0 win thanks to a goal from Lincoln. From there on, Bayern dominated, leaving Schalke a full 14 points behind, albeit good enough for runners-up, qualifying the team for the Champions League. (en)
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