Four days after the defeat to Dresden, Simon Terodde sends a clear signal of his intentions back in the 2. Bundesliga.
Hamburger have signed Toni Leistner from Queen’s Park Rangers, whilst Hannover 96 sign experienced Swedish left-back Niklas Hult.
The 32-year-old has signed a one-year contract with the Red Shorts, who are looking to get back into the Bundesliga at the third attempt.
Hamburger SV have confirmed the signing of Albanian midfielder Klaus Gjasula from relegated SC Paderborn 07.
Hamburger SV have handed a new long-term deal to Jonas David, which will run to 2024.
Hamburger SV have unveiled Daniel Thioune as the successor to Dieter Hecking.
As expected, Hamburger SV have confirmed that coach Dieter Hecking will leave having failed to guide the club back into the Bundesliga.
Were Bielefeld worthy champions? Did Stuttgart deserve promotion? What can their points totals tell us?
Thursday was another busy day in the 2. Bundesliga with clubs confirming new deals and departures.
1. FC Heidenheim were well beaten by champions Arminia Bielefeld on the 2. Bundesliga’s final day but a spectacular collapse from Hamburger SV ensured they still finished third. Fabian Klos, Andreas Voglsammer and Jonathan Clauss scored for the hosts as they ended the season on a high, with Heidenheim rarely threatening. However Hamburg were beatenContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Report – Bielefeld 3-0 Heidenheim: Frank Schmidt’s men beaten but benefit from Hamburg capitulation”