Dynamo Dresden confirmed on Monday night that they will not renew the contract of long-standing sporting director Ralf Minge. A statement confirmed that following discussions with the 59-year-old, “there was no longer any conviction on either side to want to continue working together in the existing form.” Minge will leave his post on the 30thContinue reading “Dresden to part ways with Ralf Minge”
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Konstantinos Mavropanos, on loan at 1. FC Nürnberg from Arsenal, has spoken to the club’s official website about life in lockdown. Separated from his girlfriend and family, as well as his new teammates he admitted it had been “difficult” being on his own, even if he was able to keep in touch with them remotely.Continue reading “Arsenal prospect Mavropanos on lockdown alone in Nuremburg”
When the ball rolls in the 2. Bundesliga again this weekend, only 16 of the 18 teams will be involved. This is because the entire Dynamo Dresden is currently in quarantine after three players tested positive for COVID-19. Their case has exposed the foolhardiness of the DFL and its club of bringing back football inContinue reading “Dresden coronavirus cases highlight issues with football’s return”
The go-ahead to play the remainder of the 2019-20 season was only received on Wednesday (6 May), however the certainty this creates allows three clubs to start making plans for next season, with some big decisions. SV Darmstadt 98 got things started on Thursday by signing four players down to new deals. Three members ofContinue reading “Planning for next season begins”