The speculation over Hendrik Weydandt’s future at Hannover 96 has come to an end with the striker signing a new three-year deal with the club.
Several clubs have started sending off their out of contract players with contracts expiring on Tuesday.
Hannover 96 have temporarily removed five first team players from training after they broke local coronavirus regulations after watching the club’s game against 1. FC Heidenheim on Sunday together. The club confirmed on Thursday evening that the players had “carelessly violated the current Lower Saxony Corona Ordinance,” after being stopped by police when driving homeContinue reading “Hannover remove players from training for breaking coronavirus rules”
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”
SV Sandhausen took a big step towards safety with a surprisingly convincing 3-1 win over a poor Hannover 96. After a goalless first half they race into a 2-0 lead after the break through Julius Biada and Gerrit Nauber, and had two goals disallowed before Philip Türpitz did make it three. John Guidetti had pulledContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Report – Sandhausen 3-1 Hannover: Uwe Koschinat’s men move closer to safety”
Marvin Ducksch hit twice from the bench as Hannover 96 came from behind twice to beat VfL Osnabrück in an all-Lower Saxony duel. Assan Ceesay had given the hosts the lead, which was restored early in the second half by Etienne Amenyido after an own goal from Joost van Aken had put Hannover level. Ducksch’sContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Report – Osnabruck 2-4 Hannover: Ducksch double delight”
Whilst not a derby in the truest sense, there will be an all-Lower Saxony clash in the 2. Bundesliga on Saturday as VfL Osnabrück host Hannover 96, who return to action after being spared last weekend. Daniel Thioune’s side will be hoping to build on the draw against leaders Arminia Bielefeld last weekend, whilst KenanContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Preview – Osnabrück vs Hannover: Lower Saxony duel for resuming 96ers”
Well, here we are. The COVID19 pandemic still has its grip on the world, even in Germany, whose response has been one of the best in the world. This UK-based writer has barely left his house in two months. And yet, somehow, 16 teams got the ball rolling in the 2. Bundesliga again this weekend.Continue reading “Five Things from Matchday 26: Somehow Fußball returned”