A 2-1 defeat to Lower Saxony ‘rivals’ VfL Osnabrück was not the way that Hannover 96 wanted to prepare for their ‘real’ derby next week against Eintracht Braunschweig, with their promotion credentials far from view on Friday evening.
Heidenheim began the new 2. Bundesliga season in positive fashion against Eintracht Braunschweig – dispelling the ‘Relegation’ curse, at least for now.
Hamburger have signed Toni Leistner from Queen’s Park Rangers, whilst Hannover 96 sign experienced Swedish left-back Niklas Hult.
Holtmann leaves Mainz after four years, having previously played for Braunschweig, having made just 29 appearances for the Bundesliga club.
Tuesday was a busy day in the 2. Bundesliga with six teams bringing in new players as the countdown to the new season continues.
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