2. Bundesliga: Ice-cold Auer score three times in Sandhausen

With the second win in a row, Aue once again made a decent leap in the table and is currently in fourth place. Next Saturday the home game against Jahn Regensburg is on the program for the Saxons.

Dirk Schuster (Aue): “Nobody can take the points that we have from us. We won gold against Darmstadt and now want to improve at home against Regensburg. I told my team before the game: ‘A really good team is not satisfied after a game won and does not lean back, but is excited to get the next success. ‘ The troops did that convincingly today. ”

Michael Schiele (Sandhausen): “I’ve already seen that there was a willingness and willingness to run, but you mustn’t concede four goals. We saw a good Auer team that came with self-confidence. It’s a sport that makes mistakes and we have a lot of mistakes too many made. So that’s the result. ”

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HSV professional Terodde “would have loved to play 10 years at VfL Bochum or VfB Stuttgart”

Role models Müller & Reus

Simon Terodde, record scorer in the single-track second division, was under contract with six first and second division teams in his career. For the veteran, who switched from 1. FC Köln to HSV in the summer, it should have been a few stops less. “When I see a Thomas Müller at Bayern or Marco Reus at Dortmund – that’s a career everyone wants. I would also have preferred to have played ten years at VfL Bochum or ten years at VfB Stuttgart. In the end, that’s what all sides have to want, ”said Terodde on the“ Sport1 ”podcast“ Dear Football ”.

Terodde extends leadership: The record goal scorers of the single-track 2nd division

20 Dirk Lottner – 71 goals in 301 games

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19 Uwe Kuhl – 71 goals in 201 games

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18 Uwe Tschiskale – 72 goals in 144 games

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17 Edmond Kapllani – 73 goals in 214 games

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16 Benjamin Auer – 74 goals in 219 games

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15 Marcus Marin – 75 goals in 168 games

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14 Fabian Klos – 79 goals in 193 games

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13 Paul Linz – 82 goals in 176 games

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12 Sascha Rösler – 86 goals in 308 games

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11 Weak Glöde – 86 Tore in 293 Spielen

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10 Marcus Feinbier – 90 goals in 274 games

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9 Harald Kügler – 91 goals in 305 games

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8 Siegfried Reich – 95 goals in 178 games

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7 Michael Thurk – 96 goals in 251 games

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6 Bruno Labbadia – 101 goals in 229 games

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5 Marius Ebbers – 102 goals in 273 games

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4 Daniel Jurgeleit – 106 goals in 360 games

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3 Theo Gries – 111 goals in 270 games

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2 Sven Demandt – 121 goals in 316 games

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1 Simon Terodde – 126 goals in 226 games

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The 32-year-old is initially under contract with HSV until the summer. How it will then continue and whether he will take another path is “difficult to say” for him. “I still have a few years to go. You will see where the path leads. I’m trying to do a lot to ensure that it will be a few more years, ”emphasized Terodde, who, after seven match days, leads the list of goalscorers in the lower house with eight goals.

Terodde in the 2nd attempt at HSV: Team with potential for the Bundesliga

About his free transfer from “Effzeh” to the Elbe, he said: “Hamburg asked me for the second time, once again last winter. It wasn’t a big issue for me back then. I tried to talk to 1. FC Köln. It was signaled to me: No, Simon, we will not hand you over. I totally understood that because I actually didn’t want to leave myself. “

Now the request was there again in the summer. After the talks with HSV “I realized relatively quickly that I would like to do that. For me, HSV was the only option to go to the 2nd league – although VfL Bochum (Terodde’s employer from 2014 to 2016; editor) shouldn’t be forgotten either. (…) Now it was the best decision for all sides to take the step. ”In Hamburg there is a“ team that is capable of development and has the potential to play in the Bundesliga, ”said Terodde.

With Boateng & Alaba: The 15 most loyal players in the Bundesliga

Jérôme Boateng | FC Bayern | 9 years, 3 months in the professional squad

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Karim Bellarabi | Bayer Leverkusen | 9 years, 4 months

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Oscar Wendt | Bor. M’gladbach | 9 years, 4 months

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Timo Horn | 1. FC Cologne | 9 years, 4 months

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Fabian Klos | Arminia Bielefeld | 9 years, 4 months

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Manuel Neuer | FC Bayern | 9 years, 4 months

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Nicolas Höfler | SC Freiburg | 10 years, 4 months

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Stefan Bell | Mainz 05 | 10 years, 4 months

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Lukasz Piszczek | BVB | 10 years, 4 months

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David Alaba | FC Bayern | 10 years, 4 months

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Patrick Herrmann | Bor. M’gladbach | 10 years, 10 months

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Lars Bender | Bayer Leverkusen | 11 years, 2 months

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Thomas Müller | FC Bayern | 11 years, 4 months

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Tony Jantschke | Bor. M’gladbach | 11 years, 4 months

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Club meeting in Frankfurt: Tense company peace – sport

Participants of the meeting in the Frankfurt Airport Club report that two things could essentially be said about the approximately three-hour meeting: that those present understood each other perfectly, and that the gain in knowledge was manageable. In the end, the representatives of the 15 Bundesliga clubs that Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and his allies had called together for deliberation decided what had long been decided anyway: namely that it was incumbent on the Presidium of the German Football League (DFL) to distribute the income from the next To regulate television contract. It concerns fees for four seasons and a total of 4.4 billion euros, with special consideration of the different needs and demands of the 36 DFL shareholders.

All of this was known before the meeting, and it is therefore not unlikely that some guests who had traveled from far away wondered why they had taken the trouble. From the point of view of the organizers, however, every one of the 15 club representatives was indispensable, because their presence should contrast with the absence of those club representatives who were not on the guest list. The uninvited should learn from this that they are dealing with a closed alliance.

The gesture of ostracism seems to have had its desired effect. Even before the meeting, there was no comment to be heard from among the four top division clubs that were affected a few weeks ago with their own ideas about the distribution of the TV money. And on Thursday, FC Augsburg, VfB Stuttgart, Mainz 05 and Arminia Bielefeld did not give or want to give any statements on the matter, although Rummenigge gave them enough reason with his statement after the meeting. Among other things, the CEO of FC Bayern had declared that the quartet had “broken the solidarity pact” and “threw the gauntlet down” through their special considerations.

Witnesses from among the clubs involved believe that this rhetoric was unnecessary, but they are not surprised either. It was clear to them that FC Bayern and the other big leagues wanted to show that there are more important voices than those from Mainz, Augsburg, Stuttgart and Bielefeld. Rummenigge was “about a media sign”, the demonstrative process with 15 invitations and four non-invitations also a form of “symbolic politics”: not to create a confrontation, but to suppress the confrontation. Behind the said quartet and their so-called impulse paper, which suggests an alternative way of dividing the booty (to the detriment of the top clubs), ten second division clubs had also gathered. Some of the participants in his round also noticed that Rummenigge’s maneuver does not come across as pleasant. Now it looks like the solidarity community of the two leagues is divided by an ugly dispute over money.

Ex-DFL official Andreas Rettig recognizes “a certain piquancy”

Nevertheless, there is tense company peace among the 36 clubs for the time being. Apart from Fortuna Düsseldorf’s CEO Thomas Röttgermann, only the former club and DFL functionary Andreas Rettig criticized the action. Here, diversity and freedom of opinion has been suppressed, he finds. He directed personal criticism to the host. “I have to smile, of course, when Mr. Rummenigge gets upset about secret meetings or secret papers,” he told the “Sky” broadcaster. After all, Bayern had not only had secret talks about the European super league or the Kirch crisis, but also secret contracts Completed. So that someone with this vita then leans out the window like that, I have to say, does not lack a certain piquancy. “

Beyond polemics and power struggles, a clear message emerges from the meeting: The agreed process will not be shaken. The DFL Presidium, which includes the DFL men Christian Seifert and Ansgar Schwenken, three first division and three second division representatives as well as the former Schalke board member Peter Peters, will continue its discussions about the distribution of the television money and present a solution on December 7th. There have been four consultations so far, with three more to follow. Nobody from the executive committee took part in the meeting in the airport club on Wednesday, it is difficult enough for the delegates of the clubs to do their job anyway: On the one hand, they have to develop a model in the committee that applies to all 36 clubs on the other hand, they must serve the interests of their own club.

It’s logical that Steffen Schneekloth, as President of Holstein Kiel, has a different point of view than Jan-Christian Dreesen, FC Bayern’s CFO. Incidentally, major reforms in the definition of the distribution method are not to be expected. Mainly because less money will be available than before, and because all those involved, because of their long-term commitments and calculations, are dependent on working with at least the same sums as before. In view of the corona crisis, the time is not the right time for a revolutionary redistribution. At least that’s how it is seen in professional circles.

So far, the DFL Presidium has always made a unanimous decision. Maybe not all first and second division teams were happy with that, but they had to put up with it. The Presidium, so to speak, sovereignly determines what happens to all the money. Even Karl-Heinz Rummenigge will have to accept it.

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Würzburger Kickers: Magath comments on the quick separation from Antwerp

Leave of absence after 5 games

The Würzburger Kickers have had their third coach since September. After the commitment of Bernhard Trares and the separation from Marco Antwerp, Felix Magath took a position on the chaotic-looking conditions at the second division club. The 67-year-old also sent a tip to his ex-coach.

What, according to Magath, you first need to know about the Würzburg coaching history: “Michael Schiele was here three years earlier. That is an extraordinarily long time. The second choice of coach – yes, it went in the pants, “said Magath, football boss of the Würzburg sponsor (Flyeralarm) of the” Bild “newspaper. This second coach was Antwerp, who had previously left Eintracht Braunschweig with a lot of attention. About the trainer on leave, Magath said: “If I had lost four times and drawn once, I would have said to my boss: I’d rather go.”

2. Bundesliga: The coaches according to their current term of office

Bernhard Trares (Würzburger Kickers): Since November 9th, 2020

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Robert Klauß (1. FC Nürnberg): Since July 22nd, 2020

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Marco Grote (VfL Osnabrück): Since July 22nd, 2020

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Timo Schultz (FC St. Pauli): Since July 12th, 2020

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Daniel Meyer (Eintracht Braunschweig): Since July 10th, 2020

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Christian Eichner (KSC): Since July 8th, 2020

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Including time as an interim trainer

Daniel Thjoner (HSV): Since 06.07.2020

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Markus Anfang (Darmstadt 98): Since July 1st, 2020

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Uwe Rösler (Fortuna Düsseldorf): Since January 29th, 2020

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Kenan Kocak (Hannover 96): Since November 14, 2019

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Ole Werner (Holstein Kiel): Since October 24, 2019

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Thomas Reis (VfL Bochum): Since September 6th, 2019

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Dirk Schuster (Erzgebirge Aue): Since August 26, 2019

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Mersad Selimbegovic (Jahn Regensburg): Since July 1st, 2019

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Stefan Leitl (Greuther Fürth): Since February 5th, 2019

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Uwe Koschinat (SV Sandhausen): Since October 15, 2018

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Steffen Baumgart (SC Paderborn): Since April 16, 2017

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Frank Schmidt (1. FC Heidenheim): Since September 17, 2007

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In Magath’s opinion, small clubs like Würzburg would have had a particularly difficult time, especially since Würzburg had to “manage” “an unexpected rise”. The Kickers parted from Antwerp on Monday after only 41 days, which Schiele had only replaced at the end of September.

Magath jokes about Würzburg’s search for a coach: “Guardiola called”

For Magath, who himself was a long-time coach in the Bundesliga, it was not an option to put himself back on the bench: “That was and is not an issue. We now have the right one. “

When asked by the newspaper whether he, as a former coach, shouldn’t have a “better hand” when it comes to choosing a coach, Magath reacted ironsically. “When I’m looking for a coach for Bayern Munich, I have slightly different requirements than for the Würzburger Kickers,” said Magath and joked: “I also called Pep Guardiola. He told me that he couldn’t get out of his contract in Manchester (laughs).

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HSV conceded a late goal against Holstein Kiel

2. Bundesliga

Holstein Kiel snatched the victory that was believed to be certain from Hamburger SV at the last second. In stoppage time the “storks” made up for the deficit. The ex-Bundesliga club still remains in first place.

Hamburger SV only missed the sixth win in the seventh game of the season by seconds. At Holstein Kiel, the Rothosen conceded the 1-1 equalizer in stoppage time.

Thanks to a header from Moritz Heyer, the guests took the lead shortly before the break. That lasted until the first minute of stoppage time. Then Kiel’s Joker Mees snatched the Hamburgers from the victory they believed to be certain. The former Bundesliga club from the Hanseatic city remains undefeated in first place.

A good week after the 2-2 in the derby against FC St. Pauli, HSV showed that the setback has apparently left its mark – especially on the offensive there was a problem. The lead for HSV: Moritz Heyer headed the guests in front at the game in Kiel. But in the end it wasn’t enough to win. (Source: Holsteinoffice / imago images)

The guests had more of the game, but Kiel skillfully narrowed the space and prevented the decisive passes in the top. In addition, the storks were always waiting to quickly combine forward via key player Jae-sung Lee. Fin Bartels (26th) then had the first good chance of the game for the home side.

Otherwise the game went on for a long time without any real highlights. No wonder that HSV needed a standard situation for the lead shortly before the break. After a corner from Sonny Kittel, Jeremy Dudziak crossed again and Heyer had no trouble nodding off to his first HSV goal – with the first real opportunity for the red pants.

Kiel remains Hamburg’s feared opponent

Despite the goal, Kiel then acted much more courageously and increased the pace with Lee, the Hamburgers were not always safe. Terodde and Co. could hardly provide relief. Kiel ran more and more desperate – and was rewarded in stoppage time by Joker Mees.

Hamburg’s Toni Leistner said after the game on Sky: “We could have played one or the other counterattack better and just have to put the lid on.”

Coach Daniel Thioune’s team is now four points ahead of runner-up VfL Osnabrück and five points ahead of fourth place, which Holstein now occupies.

The “storks” remain the feared opponent of the HSV. Even in the fifth meeting, there was no victory against their northern rivals.

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Derby in Hamburg – If Terodde scores, then twice – sport

The stadium announcer summed it up aptly: “There are special times,” echoed through the almost empty Volksparkstadion, “but it’s still a special game!” Usually it lights up and bangs in the stands when Hamburger SV and FC St. Pauli meet for the city derby. After all: The 1000 HSV supporters who were allowed to be there made as much noise as 1000 throats can make. It looked almost defiant, and it gave her crew a decent farewell for a while.

“It’s not just about three points,” said Hamburg coach Daniel Thione before the game, but of course that was also the point. In the end it was 2-2 between the two rivals, which is why HSV lost its previous flawless record on Friday evening and failed to win for the first time this season. After two derby defeats in the previous season, however, not entirely unimportant: a bit of inner city honor was at least regained with the draw.

The whole day it was drizzling from the sky, the Volksparkstadion was covered in cloudy fog, but the game was typically derby heated right from the start. Every ball and every meter was fought for on the greasy terrain, but HSV also has a lot to offer in terms of football this season. St. Pauli trainer Timo Schultz wanted to counter the offensive power of the opposing side with a double-backed triple chain, this calculation did not prove to be a total miscalculation.

At HSV there are some fine footballers who discover neuralgic points even in dense staggering – and can push into these weak points at speed. One of these scenes preceded Simon Terodde’s 1-0 opening goal: Defender Josha Vagnoman was sent down the right flank in the 12th minute, let his opponent out with a small jerk and crossed the far post exactly where Terodde expected the ball would have. And when the center forward comes so freely to the header, the penalty usually follows promptly. And it never stayed that way this season: When Terodde has scored, it has always been twice.

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2. Bundesliga: Decimated Auer lose through late joker goals in Bochum

Rizzuto gets tangled – and sees red

The key scene of the game in the 29th minute: Aue had to deny the game for a good 60 minutes. Calogero Rizzuto saw the red card (29th) after an alleged kick against Bochum’s attacker Soma Novothny. Annoying for Aue: What at first glance looked like a kick was actually a mixture of following and Rizzuto’s unfortunate getting stuck on his own shoelace. When trying to break free while lying down, the German-Italian caught his opponent in the leg – and referee Nicolas Winter decided to be sent off.

78:22 percent possession

Bochum ran up against low standing Auer before being sent off and dominated the game with possession of 78:22 percent in some cases. In excess, the hosts increased the pressure. Aue retreated a long way, defended with a chain of five and a chain of four and left so few great opportunities. And what came through, defused Aue keeper Martin Männel: That was the best VfL chance to date when he parried a Simon Zoller header from five meters with a brilliant save (54th).

Meeting substitutes – “Slapstick-Ping-Pong-Marble-Gate”

Two substitutes finally brought Bochum the victory: First, Robert Zulj (75th) met. Aue didn’t bring the ball out of the danger zone, so Zulj thanked him and pushed in from close range. “It is all the more annoying when you fall behind with a slapstick-ping-pong-marble goal,” said Aue coach Schuster after the game. The final score went to Silvere Ganvoula, who also slammed the ball into the mesh from a few meters (82nd).

Bochum remains a feared opponent

With the defeat, the black series of “Veilchen” against Bochum continues. FCE have already suffered their third defeat in a row against Bochum and their fifth in the sixth game in a row. The Saxons have been waiting for a victory in Bochum since April 2013.

That’s what the coaches said

Dirk Schuster (Aue): “At the beginning we were really good defensively in the game. We couldn’t develop the right move towards the opposing goal. The sticking point was the red card – but I can’t judge the situation because I can still see the scene We tried to make clean adjustments. From the fighting readiness, the morale, the commitment and the moral showed a lot. The team sold well up to the break. We were able to defend it for a long time with luck and skill It is more annoying when you fall behind with such a slapstick ping pong marble goal. It is annoying and bitter because we have set ourselves a lot. That feels shitty. ”

Thomas Reis (Bochum): “A good reaction was very important for us after last week’s criticism, which was partly justified. We did a lot better than last week. Aue had a great attitude and strong duels, so they made it difficult for us. We have them Spaces were not always used well and still had a few chances. After the break we wanted to score early and missed 100% chances again. The can opener was somehow symptomatic. But the guys went full throttle and drove home the win we’re happy. Now we can be happy for a moment, then wipe our mouths and off to Würzburg. ”

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HSV meets Würzburg: Kickers boss Magath against old love | NDR.de – Sport

Status: 10/22/2020 10:53 a.m.

Second division Primus HSV receives the Würzburger Kickers on Saturday (1 p.m.) – and meets Felix Magath. As “Head of Global Soccer” with the main sponsor, the former Hamburg resident is the new strong man in Würzburg.

If coach Michael Schiele from the Würzburger Kickers should have had illusions after the long drawn-out contract talks with the club, he quickly landed on the ground again. His three-year tenure, which he crowned with promotion to the second division this summer, ended after just two defeats in the first two league games. In addition, there were the lost state cup final on penalties against 1860 Munich and the end in the DFB Cup against the clear favorite Hannover 96.

Felix Magath had said at the beginning of July after the contract extension, which apparently only made promotion possible, “Michael is the right man to solve this difficult task in the 2nd Bundesliga with and with the Kickers”, that was Forgot everything again at the end of September.

The club had “come to the conviction that the great goal of staying up – to which everything has to be subordinated – can only be successfully pursued with a new impulse”. Magath was not quoted in this communication. However, it can be assumed that Schiele’s successor Marco Antwerpen, whose contract was not extended despite the promotion with Eintracht Braunschweig and whose commitment was announced at the same time as Schiele’s resignation, enjoys more trust in Magath.

Global initially stands for Germany and Austria

And since the beginning of this year, a lot has been dependent on that for the Lower Franconians. Main sponsor “Flyeralarm”, who holds 49 percent of the shares in the professional football club of Kickers, presented Magath in January as the head of a large-scale campaign. The global in its title initially only refers to Germany and Austria. The 67-year-old is also in charge of the Austrian Bundesliga club Admira Wacker Mödling, in which the company is active as an investor. In addition, “a project outside Europe” is to be added.

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The similarity to the football activities of “Red Bull”, which include not only the engagements in Leipzig and Salzburg but also those in New York, Ghana and Brazil, is certainly not unwanted. For a long time, Ralf Rangnick, a German, was also the strong man at the Austrian shower manufacturer.

A lot to say in the club, even without an official position

In his almost 25-year coaching career with a dozen stations, Magath himself often suffered from the decisions of the club officials. It is no coincidence that in the end he was no longer just a trainer at both Wolfsburg and Schalke, at FC Fulham in England and at the Chinese SD Luneng, but also the manager.

After leaving the Middle Kingdom, Magath was without a job for a good two years. Then came the online printing company based in Würzburg, with big plans and extensive competencies for Magath. Company managing director Thorsten Fischer, who is also chairman of the supervisory board of Kickers, said at Magath’s introduction: “It would be fatal to chat in with Felix Magath. That’s not my style. And he knows a lot more about football than me.” The football expert has no official position at the Kickers.

Objective: Promotion to the Bundesliga – and the “Vision European Cup”

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Felix Magath has to keep track of things in Würzburg and at Admira Wacker Mödling.

To do this, he has the big picture in mind – especially the big. “I will do everything to ensure that there are greater successes,” said the native of Aschaffenburg in the “Welt am Sonntag”. One can learn from Leipzig and Co. “It’s impressive what they have built up. But they are not only playing in a different league financially, so we cannot and do not want to compare ourselves here. But we will also break new ground.” But the goals are the same: “I can’t live with average and mediocrity. I always wanted to get to the top, always wanted titles.”

Sooner or later, Würzburg should be promoted to the Bundesliga. Magath already spoke of his “vision of the European Cup”.

Ex-trainer Magath: “I also had my time”

But the way to get there should be a long one. Even after coach Schiele’s leave of absence, things did not improve in Würzburg. HSV, where Magath last sat on the coaching bench in 1997, welcomes the last team as leaders. Antwerp has so far recorded one point against Fürth and one defeat against Kiel.

For a long time Magath was toying with a return to the big football stage in Germany. But not only at his ex-clubs Schalke (“Nobody would get the idea to speak to me”) and HSV (“Somebody should clean up this place”) he was no longer in demand. “Everything has its time, I also had my time,” said the 67-year-old when he was presented in Magath. The coaching career is over, there is no end in sight in Würzburg: “I assume this activity will only end when everyone is satisfied.”

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HSV also won the fourth second division game of the season and made club history with a 3-0 win against Aue. more

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HSV with third win in third game | NDR.de – Sport

Status: 10/17/2020 3:37 p.m.

Three games, three wins: In another turbulent away game, the HSV trembled at Greuther Fürth outnumbered to a 1-0 and back to the top of the table. Red sinner Toni Leistner said goodbye to the next suspension.

by Ines Bellinger

The trip to Fürth began for Hamburger SV with a déjà vu: The Franconians reported a positive corona test on Friday morning. However, two follow-up tests during the day had negative results, reported the Fürth trainer Stefan Leitl on the “Sky” microphone. Although he had to forego the final training with his team, the game could take place. Unlike in spring: When the corona pandemic reached its preliminary peak, the duel with HSV in Franconia was canceled. The German Football League (DFL) had temporarily stopped playing at that time.

Focus on Ulreich – Leistner captain

This time 3,250 spectators were allowed in the Ronhof sports park. After the tough decision by HSV coach Daniel Thioune on the goalkeeping position against Daniel Heuer Fernandes, it was clear that all eyes were on the new top dog Sven Ulreich would be directed. The 32-year-old newcomer from Bayern Munich also celebrated his second division debut for HSV, as did defender Leistner, who, after being suspended for the break at the cup game in Dresden, led the “Rothosen” as captain – and should make headlines again.








AUDIO: HSV keeper Ulreich: “It was really fun!” (1 min)

Slat cracker from Seguin

Neither of them had a leisurely debut because, like the 4: 3 in Paderborn, it was turbulent. Ulreich had to admit defeat in the 6th minute when Paul Seguin pulled from 25 meters. But luck in the form of the crossbar stood by the goalkeeper. The bullet bounced off the aluminum back into the field. As a result, the people of Hamburg repeatedly had problems with the clever game of switching played by the host who was more biting. Seguin in particular was a source of unrest. HSV initially owed a lot after an early double chance by Khaled Narey (15th) and Aaron Hunt (16th). Maximilian Bauer cleared a Hunt free kick with a head in front of the goal line (41.). On the other side, Ulreich was lucky again when a Havard Nielsen header rolled past the far post after a corner from Seguin (45th + 1).

“Phantom” Terodde hangs up for Narey

HSV striker Simon Terodde looked cut off from his colleagues’ game. But shortly before the break whistle, he appeared out of nowhere as an assistant. With a fine pass he sent Narey down, who calmly spitted the ball past Fürth goalkeeper Sascha Burchert (45th + 3). The fact that Narey did not celebrate after the 1-0 win was probably due to his past at the “Kleeblatt”. But it could also have been an expression of the fact that the HSV leadership was happy at the break.

Leistner sees red – Ulreich’s brilliant act

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HSV goalkeeper Sven Ulreich (r.) Was more at the center of the action in Fürth than he would have liked.

After the restart, the Hamburg game seemed more structured, at least on the offensive. The reformed defense remained vulnerable to the rear. This was particularly evident in the 53rd minute. After a counterattack from Fürth, Leistner did not know how to help himself against the passing Nielsen other than to grab the striker by the shoulder. He consequently received red for the emergency brake. Julian Green hammered the due free kick from the edge of the penalty area into the wall, but the ball somehow fell from the clouds back onto the crossbar. At the next corner, Ulreich showed why he had been preferred to Heuer Fernandes. He quickly fended off a Sebastian Ernst header from close range (56th) – a brilliant act!

Fürther Tor doesn’t count

Outnumbered, the HSV withdrew more and more, while the hosts persistently pushed for the equalizer. In the 73rd minute, Ulreich actually had to reach behind him. However, the referee had recognized a handball by Jamie Leweling in advance and refused to acknowledge the Joker’s hit. A defensive battle followed until the final whistle. In the end, Ulreich was lucky with his baptism of fire without conceding a goal and justified Thioune’s decision. “It was nice to be on the field again. It was really fun,” said Ulreich on NDR.

Dudziak injured before catching up against Aue

After the third win in the third game – HSV last started the season like this in 1974 in the Bundesliga – there is still a downer for the promotion favorites: HSV’s personnel situation, which has been strained by numerous injuries, has not only worsened due to the red card suspension for Leistner. Jeremy Dudziak had to leave the field with a dislocated shoulder in the middle of the first half. “It was more of a work victory than a victory of mentality,” Thioune said, cautious in his analysis.

In the catch-up game against Erzgebirge Aue next Wednesday (6.30 p.m.) Dudziak will probably be missing. HSV could underpin its position as leader of the table with another three.

Matchday 4, 10/17/2020 1:00 p.m.

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Tore:

Greuther Fuerth:
Burchert – Meyerhöfer, Bauer, Mavraj, Raum – Sarpei – Seguin (84. Abiama), Ernst (70. Tillman), Green – H. Nielsen (55. Leweling), Hrgota

Hamburger SV:
Ulreich – Gyamerah, Leistner, G. Jung, Heyer – Onana (81st Jatta), Hunt – Dudziak (28th Kittel) – Narey, Terodde (74th Wood), Wintzheimer (81st Gjasula)

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Because of quarantine: VfL Osnabrück applies for the cancellation of the Darmstadt game in the 2nd division

3rd league: MSV also wants to relocate

VfL Osnabrück has submitted an application to the German Football League to cancel the home game against SV Darmstadt 98 planned for Sunday. The second division announced this on Monday.

Update 12:36 p.m .: After the application, it is still unclear when a decision by the German Football League can be expected. The application will be examined, there is not yet a date for a decision, the DFL announced on Tuesday upon request.

Update October 14th, 5:10 pm: Third division MSV Duisburg has also submitted an application to the DFB to postpone the home game against Halleschen FC this Sunday. “The MSV has sent the DFB the necessary documents, according to which the required number of more than 13 players including a goalkeeper is not available on the match day,” said a message from the third division team on Wednesday. According to MSV, the squad is “currently decimated due to players who tested positive for Corona, other players in quarantine due to contact and injuries”. Whether the following games can be played in the English week at SpVgg Unterhaching (October 21) and against KFC Uerdingen (October 24) is also still open.

After the positive corona tests by two licensed players, a 14-day quarantine was officially ordered for a large part of the VfL team. According to the game rules, a game can be postponed as soon as at least 15 players are not able to play.

The two players had tested positive in regular testing over the past week. In addition to the professionals concerned, the responsible health service then ordered a majority of the team to be quarantined at home until October 21. There are no other positive results, it said from the club. Nobody shows symptoms of illness.

1st & 2nd Bundesliga: All 36 stadiums according to the number of standing places

36 – Hertha BSC | Olympiastadion Berlin | Capacity: 74,649 | Standing: 0

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35 – Bayer Leverkusen | BayArena | Capacity: 30,210 | Standing space: 4,500

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34 – RB Leipzig | Red Bull Arena | Capacity: 42,146 | Standing space: 5,000 (planned)

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33 – Jahn Regensburg | Jahnstadion | Capacity: 15,210 | Standing space: 6,148

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32 – TSG Hoffenheim | PreZero Arena | Capacity: 30,150 | Standing space: 6,750

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31 – Erzgebirge Aue | Erzgebirgsstadion | Capacity: 16,080 | Standing room: 7,142

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30 – Hanover 96 | HDI Arena | Capacity: 49,000 | Standing: 8,000

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29 – VfL Wolfsburg | Volkswagen Arena | Capacity: 30,000 | Standing: 8,000

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28 – Arminia Bielefeld | SchücoArena | Capacity: 26,515 | Standing: 8,005

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27 – Greuther Fürth | Sportpark Ronhof | Capacity: 15,606 | Standing: 8,106

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26 – 1. FC Köln | RheinEnergieStadion | Capacity: 50,000 | Standing: 8,175

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25 – Karlsruher SC | Wildlife Park Stadium | Capacity: 15,330 | Standing: 9,130

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24 – SC Paderborn | Benteler Arena | Capacity: 15,000 | Standing: 9,200

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23 – Holstein Kiel | Holstein Stadium | Capacity: 15,034 | Standing: 9,225

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22 – Eintracht Frankfurt | Deutsche Bank Arena | Capacity: 51,500 | Standing space: 9,300

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21 – SV Sandhausen | BWT Stadium at Hardtwald | Capacity: 15,414 | Standing: 9,806

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20 – VfL Osnabrück | Bremen Bridge | Capacity: 16,100 | Standing: 9,859

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19 – F. Düsseldorf | Mercury Game Arena | Capacity: 54,600 | Standing room: 9,917

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18 – Hamburger SV | Volksparkstadion | Capacity: 57,000 | Standing: 10,000

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17 – SC Freiburg | Black Forest Stadium | Capacity: 24,000 | Standing: 10,000

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16 – Würzburger Kickers | Flyeralarm Arena | Capacity: 13,090 | Standing: 10,208

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15 – Werder Bremen | Wohninvest-Weserstadion | Capacity: 42,100 | Standing: 10,600

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14 – Eintracht Braunschweig | Eintracht Stadium | Capacity: 23,325 | Standing room: 10,675

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13 – 1. FC Heidenheim | Voith Arena | Capacity: 15,000 | Standing room: 10,700

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12 – FC Augsburg | WWK Arena | Capacity: 30,660 | Standing: 11,034

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11 – VfB Stuttgart | Mercedes-Benz Arena | Capacity: 60,449 | Standing: 11,225

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10 – VfL Bochum | Vonovia Ruhrstadion | Capacity: 27,599 | Standing: 12,025

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9 – Darmstadt 98 | Merck Stadium | Capacity: 17,400 | Standing room: 13,100

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8 – Nuremberg | Max Morlock Stadium | Capacity: 50,000 | Standing: 13,229

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7 – FSV Mainz 05 | Opel Arena | Capacity: 34,000 | Standing: 14,000

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6 – FC Bayern Munich | Allianz Arena | Capacity: 75,024 | Standing room: 15,794

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5 – Bor. M’gladbach | Borussia Park | Capacity: 54,022 | Standing room: 16,145

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4 – FC Schalke 04 | Veltins-Arena | Capacity: 62,271 | Standing room: 16.309

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3 – FC St. Pauli | Millerntor Stadium | Capacity: 29,546 | Standing: 16,940

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2 – Union Berlin | At the old forester’s house | Capacity: 22,012 | Standing room: 18,395

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1 – Borussia Dortmund | Signal Iduna Park | Capacity: 81,365 | Standing: 28,337

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