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Dec 12, 2012 7:53pm
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Bremen, Germany (Sports Network) – Werder Bremen confirmed on Friday that
goalkeeper Tim Wiese will leave the club when his contract is up at the end of
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speculation in German newspapers that Wiese was prepared to depart following the
current campaign, and the club has now confirmed that news. “Tim Wiese has
informed (coach) Thomas Schaaf and (director of sport) Klaus Allofs that he will
be transferring to another club and will therefore leave Werder at the end of
the season,” Bremens press officer Tino Polster told Kicker magazine. The
30-year-old Wiese signed with Bremen in 2005 from Kaiserslautern on a free
transfer and has gone on to play in 188 Bundesliga matches for the club,
including 22 league starts this season. Wiese is expected to be part of Germanys
Euro 2012 squad this summer as the second-choice goalkeeper behind Manuel Neuer.
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6-3, 6-4 victory. Haas overwhelmed fourth-seeded Marin Cilic 7-6 (7), 6-0 on
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two-shot lead on Saturday heading into the final round at the Manulife Financial
LPGA Classic.SILVIS, Ill. —Zach Johnson already was a member of the board of
directors of the John Deere Classic. Now he has another title at the tournament:
champion. Johnson won the Deere on Sunday with a birdie on the second hole of a
sudden-death playoff. His 193-yard 6-iron approach from the bunker left of the
18th fairway ran up to less than a foot from the cup for an easy birdie,
enabling him to knock off Troy Matteson, whose approach landed 43 feet from the
pin. “I saw it bounce on the green and hoped it would kick left,” Johnson said.
“I couldnt see the golf ball.” Johnson couldnt miss hearing the gallery, many of
them friends, as the ball crept within a foot of the hole. “I liked that
crescendo from the crowd,” said Johnson, who is from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, about
an hour from the Quad Cities. The kick-in birdie had seemed unlikely minutes
earlier after Johnson followed Matteson into the water from the same bunker on
the first playoff hole. Each settled for double-bogey 6, then went back to the
18th tee for another try. Johnsons bunkered his tee shot again, but this time,
he played one of the better shots of a career that includes a 2007 Masters
victory and eight other PGA Tour titles. “Its one of the best results,” Johnson
said. When Matteson was unable to sink his long birdie putt, Johnson tapped in
to secure his second victory of the year, adding to the title he won at Colonial
Country Club. While Johnson tried to downplay what winning would mean to him
during the tournaments first three days, with the trophy in his grasp he
admitted that it meant a great deal. “It just feels awesome,” Johnson said.
“This tournament has meant so much to me and my family, from when they gave me
exemptions to being a part of its board. “I dont really like making things a
bigger deal than what they should be. It means a great deal now that Ive done
it.” The duo had tied at 20-under 264 after Johnson closed with a 6-under 65 and
Matteson had a 69. Matteson had his best finish since winning the Frys.com Open
in 2009, and needed a top-five placing to qualify for the British Open. SSo
rather than drive to nearby Rockford for a Monday pro-am and then fly to
Mississippi for the PGA Tour tournament, he hopped on the charter that Deere has
to ferry players across the Atlantic to the British Open. Chris Johnson Blue Jersey. It will be his
first appearance in the years third major. “Its a heck of a way to play a
qualifier, for four days,” Matteson said. “When I started this week I really
didnt think about the British Open. Its fun to play (Rockford) and then go to
Mississippi.” Matteson, playing with three-time defending champion
Steve Stricker, led from the first round until a double-bogey on the 15th hole
dropped him to 18-under, a stroke behind Johnson, who played a bogey-free, with
birdies on three of his last six holes keying his surge. But Matteson made up
for his miscue with an eagle on the par-5 17th, sinking a 60-footer that drew a
roar Johnson heard on the 18th green. “I didnt know who the roar was for,”
Johnson said. So Johnson two-putted for par and waited for Matteson, who matched
him to force the playoff. Johnson climbed into second in the FedEx Cup
standings, trailing only Tiger Woods, and is fifth in the Ryder Cup standings.
“If it happens, great,” Johnson said. “In golf, arguably in sport, theyre some
of the most fun and gut-wrenching tournaments you can play in. I love that.”
Stricker began the day with a chance for a fourth straight title, but played
himself out of contention by driving into high grass on the 14th hole. He
settled for bogey after a penalty drop, then bogeyed the next hole and finished
four strokes back, tied for fifth with Luke Guthrie. “It was fun trying to do
it,” Stricker said of a potential four-peat. “It was fun, but I think its the
putter. This week it was hot and cold.” Stricker was attempting to become the
fifth player to win the same tournament four straight times. The others are Tom
Morris Jr., Walter Hagen, Gene Sarazen and Woods, who has done it twice.
Scott Piercys closing 65 left him two strokes back in third, and John Senden
posted a 67 for fourth place, three shots off the pace. ’ ’ ’ 

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