Ajdini and Taffertshofer latest to extend at Osnabrück

Bashkim Ajdini and Ulreich Tafferthofer have extended their contracts at VfL Osnabrück until 2021. The 27-year-old Ajdini signed from SG Sonnenhof Großaspach in 2016 and has been a regular for Daniel Thioune’s side this season, making 28 appearances. He scored his fourth goal of the season on Sunday as his side beat Holstein Kiel 4-1Continue reading “Ajdini and Taffertshofer latest to extend at Osnabrück”

2. Bundesliga Report – Stuttgart 0-0 Osnabrück: Die Roten sleepwalk to goalless draw

VfB Stuttgart were utterly uninspired in a drab goalless draw with VfL Osnabrück in the 2. Bundesliga on Sunday. Die Roten struggled to create any chances, with the best opportunity falling to the visitors, with Benjamin Girth contriving to hit the post when it would have been easier to score. Stuttgart remain second but failContinue reading “2. Bundesliga Report – Stuttgart 0-0 Osnabrück: Die Roten sleepwalk to goalless draw”

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 – Osnabruck 2-4 Hannover: Ducksch double delight

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”

2. Bundesliga Preview – Osnabrück vs Hannover: Lower Saxony duel for resuming 96ers

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”

Osnabrück: Where Has It Gone Wrong?

In light of everything that’s happened in the past couple of months, it’s easy to forget just where we got to in the 2. Bundesliga before the stoppage in the middle of March. It’s fair to say that Daniel Thioune and his VfL Osnabrück side would have rather done just that given the state theyContinue reading “Osnabrück: Where Has It Gone Wrong?”