2. Bundesliga Report – Wiesbaden 2-3 Dresden: Makienok reignites Dynamo survival hopes

A late goal from Simon Makienok breathed new life into Dynamo Dresden’s fight against 2. Bundesliga relegation, sealing a 3-2 win over SV Wehen Wiesbaden. After Domnik Franke’s own goal put Dresden ahead, Wiesbaden raced ahead with goals from Daniel-Kofi Kyereh and Moritz Kuhn, and should have scored at least once more in the firstContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Report – Wiesbaden 2-3 Dresden: Makienok reignites Dynamo survival hopes”

2. Bundesliga Report – Hannover 3-0 Dresden: Kauczinski’s task gets even tougher after another defeat

Hannover 96 inflicted more damage on struggling Dynamo Dresden with a comfortable 3-0 win on Wednesday evening. All three goals came in the first half, with Marvin Ducksch, John Guidetti and Edgar Prib all scoring. Dresden offered very little threat and remain rooted to the bottom with just seven games (including two in hand) leftContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Report – Hannover 3-0 Dresden: Kauczinski’s task gets even tougher after another defeat”

Dresden to part ways with Ralf Minge

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”

2. Bundesliga Preview – Dresden vs Stuttgart: Dynamo get to work on impossible task

Dynamo Dresden begin their seemingly-impossible pursuit of survival on Sunday, and they couldn’t ask for a tougher start against promotion-chasing VfB Stuttgart, fresh off the back of their victory against Hamburger SV. Markus Kauczinski’s side had been slowly improving before the break but coronavirus cases at the club have left them with a challenging scheduledContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Preview – Dresden vs Stuttgart: Dynamo get to work on impossible task”

Dresden coronavirus cases highlight issues with football’s return

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”