The 31-year-old has signed from relegated side SV Wehen Wiesbaden.
He is the second player to make the move this season, with Daniel-Kofi Kyereh having joined the Kiezkicker from Wiesbaden last week.
FC St. Pauli have completed the first new signing of the summer, with Daniel-Kofi Kyereh joining from SV Wehen Wiesbaden.
Were Bielefeld worthy champions? Did Stuttgart deserve promotion? What can their points totals tell us?
Several clubs have started sending off their out of contract players with contracts expiring on Tuesday.
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”
A hat-trick from Robin Hack revived 1. FC Nürnberg’s survival hopes in a stunning 6-0 demolition of SV Wehen Wiesbaden. Hack scored early but his side had been poor until Asger Sörensen added a second and the youngster added the third. Both struck again in the second half before substitute Adam Zreľák finished the routContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Report – Wiesbaden 0-6 Nürnberg: Robin Hack breathes new life into FCN’s 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”
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”
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”