FC Bayern paid three million euros to HSV for Fiete Arp. 15 months later he finally made his first professional game for Munich. But the striker hardly needs to make hope.
Dhe former HSV striker Fiete Arp will still have to recommend himself to the second team of Munich for missions after his competitive debut in the professional team of FC Bayern.
The 20-year-old, who moved from Hamburger SV to Munich for three million euros a year ago, was substituted on by coach Hans-Dieter Flick on Thursday evening in a 3-0 win in the DFB Cup match against the fifth division 1. FC Düren in the closing stages.
Flick reported on Friday from a conversation he had with Arp: “I think that it is simply important for Fiete that he has a home. And his home is currently the U23. “The Bayern amateurs are currently playing in the third division.
“It’s all up to him,” says Flick
“Like every other player, he knows that if he performs well in the U23, then the jump back into the professional squad is at least no worse. It is up to him what performance he brings. A goalscorer is measured by the fact that he scores goals, ”said Flick.
Arp, who has been thrown back again and again due to injuries, has so far made 15 third division appearances at Bayern, in which he scored two goals. According to BILD, he should have ruled out a transfer or loan to another club in the summer.
He is a very fine boy with a very professional attitude, says Flick: “It is to be hoped that he can make the development in the U23 that we all hope for. It’s up to him alone. “
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
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.
Burchert – Meyerhöfer, Bauer, Mavraj, Raum – Sarpei – Seguin (84. Abiama), Ernst (70. Tillman), Green – H. Nielsen (55. Leweling), Hrgota
The two people from the players and support staff of the second division soccer club Erzgebirge Aue who last tested positive for the corona virus tested negative just a few hours after returning from the canceled away game at HSV.
This was confirmed by Managing Director Michael Voigt on Monday. “The two people and the rest of the team were understandably excited. We therefore arranged two follow-up tests on Sunday in cooperation with the health department of the Erzgebirgskreis, because the test results on Saturday were also inconclusive,” said Voigt. The follow-up tests would therefore no longer have produced any positive results.
Team will be fully tested on Tuesday
“We are therefore assuming that there are no further corona cases in the team. There is also hope that the players and coaches can be released from quarantine at home in a timely manner,” said Voigt. The team should be fully tested again on Tuesday, after which the health department will decide whether team training can take place again this week. According to Voigt, striker Florian Krüger will join the German U21 national team and will also be tested there again.
DFL wants to decide on a new appointment as soon as possible
The encounter between Hamburger SV and Aue was canceled on Sunday. A rescheduling will be decided promptly, announced the DFL. The FCE had already reported a positive test in the extended environment on Thursday. The players had to train individually on Wednesday and Thursday. A subsequent series of tests only produced negative results, which is why team training was restarted on Friday.
The Sunday game of the second Bundesliga between HSV and Erzgebirge Aue was canceled after two further corona cases among the guests. more
Simon Terodde is the new goal guarantor for the second division soccer club Hamburger SV. Is he now also the guarantee of promotion for the Hanseatic League?
With his second brace in the second game, Simon Terodde indicated that he can meet the high expectations at HSV. His two goals in the 4-3 victory in Paderborn were goals 121 and 122 in the 222nd second division game. Nobody has met more often since the introduction of the single-track second Bundesliga in 1981; Until the “big” second division goal record of the Hanoverian Dieter Schatzschneider, Terodde is still 32 goals short.
Impressive facts – which, however, currently do not interest him at all. “Maybe in five or ten years you can sit in the party room with your boys, drink beer and think back to it. I didn’t think about it for a second during the game,” said Terodde on the “Sky” microphone and added: “In the end it is An empty phrase: The team is in the foreground. It’s nice when the guys help me score goals with strong assists. “
Thioune: “Terodde is extraordinary”
The modest words of the 32-year-old show that HSV did a lot right with the much-criticized transfer. Too expensive, too old, a discontinued model – that is how Terodde was judged when making the commitment. The striker, who scored only three times in 23 Bundesliga games for 1. FC Köln last season, is now showing his critics and is credible when he says: “I want to play a very, very good season with HSV. There I’m really up for it. ” For Daniel Thioune “it can go on like this”. The HSV coach praised Terodde exuberantly: “He works very hard for the team and what is remarkable, he is very calm. He is extraordinary.”
Contract beyond 2021?
In “Sport Bild”, Thioune had already explained why he immediately had a good feeling when the 32-year-old was signed: “I didn’t just look at his vita, I also wanted to know how Simon Terodde works I would not have accepted it if he had said: “I know how it works. Put the balls in from the outside, I’ll do the thing.” I wanted someone who could identify with us – including the football we play want to leave. We quickly agreed. ” You can see “that he is 100 percent involved with HSV”.
If Terodde only comes close to his second division hits in Cologne (29), Stuttgart (25) and Bochum (25), which earned him the top scorer cannon, he could use it to shoot HSV into the Bundesliga. An extension of the contract beyond the coming summer would probably only be a matter of form. And the attacker would then have the opportunity to improve his rather manageable first division quota (ten hits in 58 games) and thus to silence the critics who deny him the Bundesliga suitability.
Simon Terodde in numbers
Goal balance: * Second division: 222 games, 122 goals * Bundesliga: 58 games, 10 goals Top scorer second division: * 2016 (25 hits) * 2017 (25 hits) * 2019 (29 hits) Former clubs: * MSV Duisburg (2004-2008) * Fortuna Düsseldorf (2008-2009) * 1. FC Köln (2009-2011) * Union Berlin (2011-2014) * VfL Bochum (2014-2016) * VfB Stuttgart (2016-2018) * 1. FC Köln (2018-2020) * HSV (since 2020)
Hamburger SV prevailed 4: 3 in a wild game at SC Paderborn. Terodde shone again with a double pack. more
Question: Mr Baumgart, after the 1-0 defeat in Kiel, SC Paderborn will now face HSV. Are Hamburg’s top favorites for promotion?
Steffen Baumgart: HSV has a top team with really good individual players like Klaus Gjasula, Toni Leistner and Simon Terodde, who form an axis. You have to find a team like that in the second division first. But the dangerous thing is the environment. If Hamburg wins the first games, it means: HSV is promoted. If the start backfires, it means: a new trainer has to be found. Daniel Thioune is a great trainer.
Question: Toni Leistner is still banned because he attacked a fan in the stands in the DFB Cup in Dresden who had previously insulted him and his wife. The DFB punished him with a suspension of five competitive games, two of which were on probation. How do you see the case?
DAniel Thioune started the weekend with a good dose of goose bumps. That was of course also due to the return of fans on his home debut as coach of Hamburger SV, but above all to Simon Terodde. His “finisher”, his “skimmer”, as Thioune said with relief after this 2-1 (1-0) against Fortuna Düsseldorf.
HSV had turbulent days behind them, the embarrassing cup knockout in Dresden (1: 4), Toni Leistner’s push against a Dynamo fan including a five-game ban – but his team “showed a good reaction despite the vortex “Said Thioune. And Terodde once again confirmed in front of 1000 fans that he “knows where the frame is”.
Terodde has always been the top scorer in his last three seasons in the second division (2016, 2017, 2019) and has now led HSV to victory against Fortuna with his two goals. The beefy 32-year-old with a goal instinct only scored with a penalty kick (45th + 2) and then finally made the decision in the second half after a good preparatory work by Jeremy Dudziak (60th).
“We had the clearer chances, we were the better team,” said Terodde: “I’m really happy about my first two goals, but if the equalizer had come, we wouldn’t have been able to buy anything from them.” After Matthias scored Zimmermann (90th + 3) only had to tremble for a short time.
Thioune could see that this victory – after all against a Bundesliga relegated team – was balm for the scratched HSV soul, after everything “that was going on in the last few days”. After the suspension against Leistner, Moritz Heyer played in central defense – and only 24 hours after his engagement. “We didn’t allow a lot at the back and scored the goals at the front – that’s how you win games,” said the newcomer from Thiounes former club VfL Osnabrück soberly.
The start of the third attempt to return to the Bundesliga has been successful for the Hanseatic League, and a little reparation after the chaotic start of the week is done – but nothing more. “We still have a lot of work to do,” said Thioune. After the first success of the season, they were able to enjoy the weekend at HSV for the first time.
The second division soccer club Hamburger SV is not only faced with a sporty side uncertain future. Financially, too, the Hanseatics are apparently worse off than ever before. According to information from NDR 90.3, the club’s balance sheet minus for the past season is just under eight million euros. Actually, those responsible wanted to present a balanced result at the end of the financial year. But the corona pandemic and its consequences ruined these plans.
Capital used up in winter?
As far as the new financial year is concerned, the prospects for HSV are even bleak. As NDR 90.3 learned from the management of HSV Fußball AG, the club calculates a minus of 30 million euros.
The sum could be even higher if, for example, no new sponsor for the stadium name can be found. Investor Klaus-Michael Kühne last paid four million euros a year, but left. Since 2011, Hamburg has accumulated losses of 74 million euros.
The HSV’s supervisory board still has to approve this calculation, but will in all probability do so. Some club members now fear that the equity capital of 41.9 million euros could be used up in winter. In the background there are already considerations to let the members vote on a further sale of shares in HSV Fußball AG, which was categorically ruled out at a general meeting almost two years ago.
NDR 90.3: financial disaster at HSV
– 08/25/2020 12:58 pm Author: Kehrhahn, Britta
HSV is facing very difficult times financially. According to information from NDR 90.3, those responsible at the Hanseatic League calculate with a two-digit million minus.
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According to media reports, Dieter Hecking has a new job after leaving Hamburg SV: The 55-year-old is to be the sports director at his former club, 1. FC Nürnberg.
Photo series with 21 pictures
Dieter Hecking becomes the new sports director of 1. FC Nürnberg. At least that is what the “Bild” and “Kicker” report in unison. Accordingly, the former trainer of the “Glubb” (in office from December 2009 to December 2012) has declared his willingness to take over the vacant post after intensive discussions. The troubled Franks had only separated from their previous sports director Robert Palikuca yesterday, after they had been in one dramatic relegation game could hold the class.
Hecking has been without a job since the beginning of July. After missing the Bundesliga promotion with Hamburger SV, the former Gladbach coach and the Rothosen parted ways after just one season. At his former place of work in Nuremberg, Hecking is now to lead the change that is necessary after the fortunate second-division league.
After the embarrassment against the provincial club Sandhausen, the HSV remains in the second division for another year. This will have massive consequences in terms of personnel – and it won’t stay that way.
Although the embarrassment was written on his face, Dieter Hecking spoke calmly and confidently as always. However, his words reflected his facial expression: “We started it as a big thing and failed as a big thing.” A trainer has rarely summarized a season more appropriately.
After the 1: 5 against the Heidelberg suburban club SV Sandhausen, the once so glorious HSV remains third consecutive year in the 2nd Bundesliga – and that although competitor Heidenheim lost 0-3 in Bielefeld and could have been displaced with a draw of relegation rank three. The former European Cup winner from the Hanseatic city has once again made fun of the football nation. The question now is what the consequences will be.
Photo series with 21 pictures
Dieter Hecking scored an average of 1.58 points per game with HSV. He was better in his coaching career only in Wolfsburg and Aachen. (Source: Christian Charisius / dpa)
Primarily, of course, it’s about coaching Hecking. The experienced, unexcited trainer should calm down the chronically nervous HSV environment and promote a young team (average age: 25.7 years) to the Bundesliga. Therefore, a contract was concluded, which is only extended in the event of promotion. Ergo expires Heckings contract on Tuesday. The HSV would then be without a trainer.
However, Hecking recently made it clear that he can well imagine continuing his engagement in the Hanseatic city. Statements such as “I’m not a fickle person” or “Now you have to see whether we can put this big picture together again so that everyone has the feeling that it can work out next year” suggests that the 55-year-old missed the climb do not let yourself sit down and continue to look after the team. Rafael van der Vaart is an advocate of this solution. The former HSV star asked in the “Bild” to hold on to Hecking after the numerous coaching changes in recent years.
Whether it really comes to that will largely depend on manager Jonas Boldt. According to information from the “Hamburger Abendblatt”, the latter should meet with the Supervisory Board around President Marcell Jansen in a timely manner. There is advice about the trainer question. The newspaper also reports that the inspectors initially want to stick to Boldt as the main sports manager. However, he and CFO Frank Wettstein could be accompanied by some colleagues on the board. This was avoided last spring, after Bernd Hoffmann, the boss at the time, was kicked out.
Joel Pohjanpalo (left) came to HSV during the winter break and convinced with nine goals in 14 games. He is one of five players on loan who will leave the club at the end of the season. (Source: Tim Groothuis / Witters / Pool / imago images)
In contrast to the coaching position, there is already a major change in the playing staff. With Adrian Fein (FC Bayern), Martin Harnik (Werder), Jordan Beyer (Gladbach), Louis Schaub (Cologne) and Joel Pohjanpalo (Leverkusen), only five players will leave the “red trousers” according to the contract at the turn of the season. In addition, the departures from Jairo Samperio, Christoph Moritz and Kyriakos Papadopoulos are considered safe, according to the “Hamburger Abendblatt”.
Central defender Rick van Drongelen has long been considered a sales candidate in the event of another second division year. The Dutch Under-21 international has a market value of 7.2 million euros according to “Transfermarkt.de” and is therefore the most valuable professional in the HSV squad. Against Sandhausen, however, van Drongelen suffered a cruciate ligament tear and will now probably be out for half a year. A sale is no longer an option – a replacement is needed instead.
In addition, the whereabouts of Timo Letschert, whose contract expires, and Ewerton, who got no leg on the floor in the expired one, are considered uncertain. The same applies to Jeremy Dudziak, Julian Pollersbeck, Josha Vagnoman, Bakery Jatta and Tim Leibold. Especially top preparer Leibold (16 assists) will be hard to keep. VfB Stuttgart is said to have already stretched out its feelers for the full-back, according to “Kicker”.
After billionaire Klaus-Michael Kühne secured the naming rights in 2015, the Hamburg Arena is officially called Volksparkstadion again. (Source: Eibner / imago images)
Whether potential sales candidates will leave the club depends primarily on the financial development. The team budget of around 30 million euros is likely to be cut due to the corona crisis and the associated lack of audience revenue. In this context, “Bild” speaks of a reduction to 23 million euros.
At least the majority of the sponsors should keep the Hamburgers according to “Abendblatt”. However, it becomes difficult with the two largest partners. Firstly, there is the main sponsor Emirates. The airline, shaken by the corona crisis, has been advertising on the HSV chest for 14 years. On Monday evening, “Bild” then announced that Emirates would activate a clause because of the missed return to the Bundesliga and prematurely exit the contract that ran until 2022. The “Abendblatt” had also reported on the clause.
There are also long-term financiers Klaus-Michael Kühne. The logistics company had bought the naming rights to the Volksparkstadion in 2015 with great applause from the fans – and officially called it that again. This agreement expires on Tuesday.
According to “Bild”, Kuehne signaled early on to those responsible that they would not be able to extend the league in another year. According to the newspaper and the newspaper “Die Welt” it is about four million euros per year. Money with which the HSV – according to Dieter Hecking – could once again start from scratch to triumph this time.