2. Bundesliga Round-Up – Stuttgart celebrate promotion, Dresden and Wiesbaden all but down

VfB Stuttgart have all but won promotion back to the Bundesliga, however Dynamo Dresden and SV Wehen Wiesbaden are all but relegated to the 3. Liga. Stuttgart promotion virtually guartanteed Stuttgart following their 5-1 win over Sandhausen in midweek with an even more incredible performance to destroy 1. FC Nürnberg 6-0, who themselves had wonContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Round-Up – Stuttgart celebrate promotion, Dresden and Wiesbaden all but down”

Emanuel Taffertshofer extends with Sandhausen

Following the signing of Nils Röseler during the week, SV Sandhausen have now tied down midfielder Emanuel Taffertshofer for another year. The 25-year-old had joined the club from Würzburger Kickers in 2018 and whilst not always a regular he has been a dependably part of Uwe Koschinat’s midfield, making 28 appearances including 14 this year.Continue reading “Emanuel Taffertshofer extends with Sandhausen”

2. Bundesliga Report – Stuttgart 5-1 Sandhausen: Die Roten return to second in convincing style

VfB Stuttgart returned to second in the 2. Bundesliga with a surprisingly convincing victory over SV Sandhausen. A superb first half display saw them race into a 4-0 lead, with two goals from Nicólas González accompanied by a Gonzalo Castro strike and Tim Kister own goal. Enrique Peña Zauner pulled one back in a moreContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Report – Stuttgart 5-1 Sandhausen: Die Roten return to second in convincing style”

Nils Röseler to join Sandhausen

SV Sandhausen have announced that defender Nils Röseler will join the club in the summer from Eredivisie side VVV-Venlo on a two-year deal. The 28-year-old German centre-back was a regular for the Dutch side, missing just one match before the season was abandoned in March. Although he has spent the majority of his career in theContinue reading “Nils Röseler to join Sandhausen”

2. Bundesliga Round-Up: Pohjanpalo scores again, Bielefeld made to wait

Joel Pohjanpalo scored his sixth goal in as many games as Hamburger SV bounced back from their draw against Holstein Kiel on Monday with a narrow victory against bottom side Dynamo Dresden to move back into second place in the 2. Bundesliga on Friday evening. Assist king Tim Leibold set up the Finn for hisContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Round-Up: Pohjanpalo scores again, Bielefeld made to wait”

Five Things from Matchdays 27-29: Shocks, subs and goals

After a ton of football, we’ve had a chance for a breather following the English week (for the uninitiated – a German term for when football is played in midweek), a chance to reflect on where we are in the 2. Bundesliga. In truth, the last week of games hasn’t really settled much in theContinue reading “Five Things from Matchdays 27-29: Shocks, subs and goals”

2. Bundesliga Report – Sandhausen 3-1 Hannover: Uwe Koschinat’s men move closer to safety

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”

2. Bundesliga Preview – Wiesbaden vs Sandhausen: Tough battle ahead in relegation Klassiker

On Tuesday evening, at 17:30 (BST), it’s time for the game we’ve all been waiting for. It could be make or break for the two teams involved. You could even call it a ‘Klassiker’. SV Wehen Wiesbaden and SV Sandhausen (who else did you think I meant?) face off in a crucial relegation clash inContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Preview – Wiesbaden vs Sandhausen: Tough battle ahead in relegation Klassiker”