Eintracht Frankfurt books Conference League ticket – Krösche via Kolo Muani

Eintracht Frankfurt books Conference League ticket – Krösche via Kolo Muani


Matchwinner Ngankam

Unimpressed by the transfer theater around the striking striker Randal Kolo Muani, Eintracht Frankfurt has reached the group stage in the Conference League and thus booked the ticket for the third trip to Europe in a row. The Bundesliga team won the playoff second leg against Levski Sofia 2-0 (0-0) on Thursday evening and secured progress after the 1-1 draw in the first leg. Substitute Jessic Ngankam was the man of the evening.

In front of 46,000 spectators, Joker Ngankam scored the goals in the 79th minute and Ellyes Skhiri on Ngankam’s assist in the 86th minute for the Hessen team, who won the Europa League in 2022 and were in the Champions League for the first time last season. In the absence of Kolo Muani, who wants to force his move to French top club Paris Saint-Germain with a training suspension, Paxten Aaronson was allowed to play on the offensive from the start.

Sport Until the title win: Frankfurt fan choreos in the Europa League

04.10.2018: 4-1 against Lazio Roma

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With the choreo against Lazio, Frankfurt fans remembered their first international title: Eintracht won the UEFA Cup in 1980.


25.10.2018: 2-0 against Limassol

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In the next home game, the SBU received Apollon Limassol from Cyprus. Conclusion: Third win in the third game after Marseille had already been defeated away in a ghost game at the beginning.


29.11.2018: 4-0 against Ol. Marseille

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The fans welcome their team with pyro and confetti. Spurred on, Marseille is shot out of the stadium 4-0.

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02/21/2019: 4:1 gegen Shakhtar Donetsk

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It should have been a breathtaking choreo again… But due to arguments with the local police, the choreo was called off by the Eintracht fans at short notice.


07.03.2019: 0-0 against Inter Milan

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“Glory times, sad days – we stand by unity without question.” While Eintracht couldn’t get more than 0-0 in the first leg against Inter…


07.03.2019: 0-0 against Inter Milan

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… Frankfurt won the second leg in Milan and deservedly made it into the quarter-finals.


04/18/2019: 2-0 against Benfica Lisbon

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“Unity from the Main in the heart of Europe.” In fact, the team has now won the hearts of fans from all over the world.


04/18/2019: 2-0 against Benfica Lisbon

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Not to mention the fans… It’s unbelievable what choreographies the SGE supporters unpacked at every home game.


05/02/2019: 1-1 against Chelsea

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“Give everything for the final …”, that’s what not only the fans, but also visibly the SBU pros took on against Chelsea.


05/02/2019: 1-1 against Chelsea

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In the first leg of the semifinals, both teams drew 1-1. At Stamford Bridge, the eventual title winners from London only won on penalties.


01.08.2019: 2-1 v Flora Tallinn

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In the 2019/20 season things didn’t quite go that far in terms of sport. But the fans immediately caused a stir – starting in the qualifying round against Tallinn…

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08/15/2019: 1-0 against Vaduz

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… and against Vaduz …


19.09.2019: 0: 3 against Arsenal

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…then against Arsenal in the group stage…


24/10/2019: 2-1 against Standard Liège

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… and against the Belgian guest from Liege. Then Corona put an end to the hustle and bustle in the Frankfurt stadium for the time being.


04/07/2022: 1-1 against FC Barcelona

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In the 2021/22 quarter-final first leg, all seats in Deutsche Bank Park are occupied for the first time since the pandemic began. The Eintracht fans dedicate the choreo to the late club legend Jürgen Grabowski. In the second leg at the Camp Nou, which was won 3-2, 30,000 came from Frankfurt and thus plunged the Catalans into a short club crisis.


05/05/2022: 1-0 v West Ham

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After the 2-1 away win in London, Eintracht won’t be denied a place in the final, even in front of their home crowd. The choreo is all about the north-west curve on which the fans are standing.


18.05.2022: 6: 5 nE against Glasgow Rangers

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“Holy Diva from the Main – Pray for us” was what the fans said before the game with this goose bumps choreography. The requests were heard: Eintracht is the European Cup winner for the first time since 1980.


Sports director Markus Krösche had previously commented on Frankfurt’s view of the transfer poker around Kolo Muani. “We have a certain requirement and we want to have it met. There are different points of view in this area,” said the manager on the TV station “RTL” before the game. The Hessians are demanding a fee of at least 100 million euros for the 24-year-old Frenchman. However, PSG is currently not ready to pay this sum. “Either you agree – or you don’t,” said Krösche. Kolo Muani has a contract with Hessen until 2027, which does not include an exit clause. The runner-up world champion did not show up for Frankfurt’s final training session on Wednesday and was also absent from the duel with Sofia. The transfer period ends on Friday.

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Sport Eintracht Frankfurt moves into the Conference League against Sofia

The home side dominated the game against Sofia without Kolo Muani, but were initially unable to create any chances. And when the ball finally went into the net midway through the first half, scorer Omar Marmoush was ruled offside. The Frankfurters, who lost Kristijan Jakic after a good 30 minutes with a head injury, controlled the ball for long periods, but mostly it only ran wide through their own ranks.

Nothing changed in the course of the game after the change. Eintracht ran tirelessly, but could hardly shake the defensive bulwark of the guests. Junior Dinah Ebimbe (53rd) missed the best opportunity to lead. Finally, Ngankam redeemed coach Dino Toppmöller’s team with his opening goal after assisting Mario Götze. The newcomer from Bundesliga relegated Hertha BSC had only been substituted on nine minutes earlier.

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