It’s finally starting again! Nine weeks after their last league game, Dynamo Dresden welcomed SV Meppen to the Rudolf Harbes Stadium on Sunday.
Dresden – It finally started again. Nine weeks after Dynamo Dresden’s last league game, SV Meppen will visit the Rudolf Harbig Stadium on Sunday (1pm). Will the match against the penultimate start in a furious race to catch up?
If it were up to former Bundesliga player Rudi Boehmer (65), no!
“Dynamo reminds me of the German national team at the World Cup – so slow, so easy to calculate,” explains the MagentaSport expert today.
“A lot of players have it 3. La Liga She did not accept it. So you are the favourite, things are not going as hoped, the pressure is mounting. At Markus Beginning, you have a coach who is really under pressure. For me, Dresden is not a big team.
about the height he wants at Dynamo Dresden But no one speaks anyway. Although the slogan “Together Up” is advertised on posters in the state capital, what is meant here is more about season ticket sales for the second half of the season.
“I haven’t seen anything yet, but I think it’s good to identify positive trends and never lose confidence,” explains SGD coach Marcus Anfang (48).
“But what we set ourselves is that we have to improve. You can’t say in advance whether that will always be enough for three points.”
Dynamo Dresden must ‘step things up’
Ralph Becker (52) took a similar line. Dynamo’s sports director does not give any points or even a place in the table as a goal for the remaining 21 runs.
“The important thing is to realize that some things are going better than they were in the first half of the season. Then the results will come naturally,” said the 52-year-old.
“After a first round like this, we don’t help ourselves if we say we’re going for table places. We’ve got to do things better, step up a bit, and then we’ll see what’s possible. The next few months we’ll have to see that there’s an evolution here.”
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At least five test games in the winter preparation is encouraging. Boomer didn’t seem to have seen them. Because the 65-year-old says: “Dresden have played poorly on the flanks so far, despite the bull storm with Scheffler and Koschke, they act very consistently from behind.”
Since no one escaped black and yellow, we’ve been working extensively on this over the past few weeks. Heavy pressure and quick switching from the outside should lead to future success.
The Beginning: “Now we’ve had the boys’ backs long enough, but now we have to get to the point where you can see that things have improved!”