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.

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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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HSV-Tor-Garant Terodde: discontinued model? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that! | NDR.de – Sport

Status: 09/29/2020 10:53 a.m.

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)

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At HSV you get goose bumps

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.

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The theater at HSV starts

WITHDaniel Thioune quickly got to know the unpleasant sides of the life of a HSV coach. The game in Dresden was enough. Actually, the preparatory summer in Hamburg gave little cause to doubt the possibility of a proper start to the season. Yes, this time too, HSV exchanged the board (in March) and the coach (only in July). But with the troika made up of coach Thioune, sports director Jonas Boldt and sports director Michael Mutzel, a men’s community seemed to be working that was trusted to be able to achieve promotion at the end of the third year in the second division – under corona conditions, with significantly less Money.

The three and the team can still prove that it works. But the 1: 4 on Monday evening at Dynamo has raised considerable doubts as to whether this team actually has the necessary resilience to survive in the second division.

Deviated from the goal

Central defender Toni Leistner, 30 years old, should stand for more robustness. But the former Dresden professional had his most noticeable scene after the final whistle. Then he ran away from the interview into the stands and angrily pushed a viewer who is said to have insulted him and his pregnant wife. Words of apology were spoken that evening. Dynamo found the viewer who disagreed that he should have denigrated the family of the professional – but only Leistner, which did not make things much better.

The German Football Association asked Leistner’s statement on the incident; a suspension for several cup games could follow. The whole thing was irritating not only because of the absence of masks from the two arguers – in times of sophisticated hygiene concepts, it was surprising how quickly Leistner got to the stands. On Tuesday evening, Leistner wrote on Instagram that he had spoken to the fan on the phone: “Like me, he saw his mistake. I accept his apology, the matter is over between us. “


Hard Hamburg reality: HSV is eliminated from the DFB Cup. “I thought we were one step further,” says coach Daniel Thioune.
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Thioune only wants to see more robustness from his team on the grass. Experienced players have been brought in for all parts of the team: Leistner in the back, Klaus Gjasula in the middle, Simon Terodde in front. Boldt and Mutzel have accepted the fact that HSV deviates from its actual goal with these obligations, which is called “development”, because they believe that no one can advance only with younger potential players. You can accept this argument, especially since the financial situation of HSV really doesn’t allow any big leaps. The motto is preferably free of charge.

It was now almost tragic, for others certainly amusing, how neither Leistner nor Gjasula nor Terodde improved anything for the time being. Gjasula recalled the former transfer Valon Behrami (2014/15), who confused the addition of many duels with football when the cup was knocked out in the first round. After injury, Terodde only traveled as a joker. And Leistner ensured with his freak out that all of football Germany spoke about HSV. In any case, the good mood was not on board when HSV traveled back from Dresden to prepare for the first second division game of the season against Düsseldorf this Friday evening (6.30 p.m. in the FAZ live ticker for the second division and on Sky).

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“I thought we were one step further,” said Daniel Thioune. The 46-year-old soccer teacher has shown in seven Osnabrück years how to make a lot out of a little. He did not hide the fact that VfL should be his springboard for a larger club. That has now been successful. And it is not gratitude, but realism when Thioune describes the “current situation” at HSV as “good” – with still 25 million euros in the squad costs, the Hamburgers are naturally one of the promotion candidates, even if the leadership around Jonas Boldt does not trumpet it . Of course there is a lack of money because Klaus-Michael Kühne has given up the patronage of the stadium, because the television money is flowing less abundantly, because there is no audience income as elsewhere and the stadium also has to be renovated.

But with the new captain Tim Leibold, with Aaron Hunt, Sonny Kittel, Gideon Jung, Simon Terodde and Bakery Jatta there are enough well-known professionals who should also know how the second division works. Or? Development is required from Thioune, he should make the young professionals better with his coaching staff, make regular players out of talents like Vagnoman, Ambrosius and Onana. It’s tough bread. A big task also because Thioune does not have the name of Dieter Hecking, who also failed because of what the former board member Heribert Bruchhagen named in the “Kicker” as the main reason for all the failure at HSV: “All the people involved are ultimately always on the quality of the team failed. “

Thioune knows the problem areas in the squad. Under Hecking, there was no game idea against low-ranking teams (almost all of them were in the second division) if individual class was not enough. The HSV should be more stable, less easy to overrun, but also more difficult to calculate – more variable. But does that succeed when in the end a lot depends on Hunt’s form? In addition, the Hamburgers lack a strong goalkeeper, and the central defense wobbled alarmingly in Dresden. The currently injured Jatta embodies the all-important speed on the outside lanes.

This Hamburger SV is not a promotion favorite like in the years before. Not even a self-appointed one. The fans, the environment, the city – you don’t expect much from HSV. Maybe that’s a very good starting position to move up.

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