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Dynamo Dresden wants to win again with fans behind them

2021-10-15T13:16:16.369Z

Dynamo Dresden relies on the fans factor again for the home game on Sunday (1.30 p.m. / Sky) against 1. FC Nürnberg. “We look forward to our spectators behind us. So far it has been going well at home games. The spectators have always given us great support and we want to repay that, ”said trainer Alexander Schmidt at the press conference on Friday.



Dynamo Dresden relies on the fans factor again for the home game on Sunday (1.30 p.m. / Sky) against 1. FC Nürnberg.

“We look forward to our spectators behind us.

So far it has been going well at home games.

The spectators have always given us great support and we want to repay that, ”said trainer Alexander Schmidt at the press conference on Friday.

Dresden - 16,000 attended the last home win of the second division soccer team against SV Werder Bremen in the Rudolf Harbig Stadium, which was sold out under Corona conditions. It remains to be seen whether there will be that many again. Because Dynamo continues to rely on the 3G rule. Corona tests are no longer free of charge since October 11th. 14,500 tickets have been sold in advance so far.

After four defeats in the last five games, Dynamo wants to clinch their fifth win of the season against the "Club".

The Franconians are so far unbeaten as the only team in the Bundesliga lower house.

Away from home Nuremberg remained without a win.

“Nuremberg has a good team, but so do we.

I can promise the spectators that all the players are hot, ”explained Schmidt.

However, the 52-year-old warned: “We have to be awake from the first minute.

Your great strength is the switching game. "

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Dynamo Dresden midfielder Yannick Stark does not want to be guided by emotions when he returns to SV Darmstadt 98 next Sunday (1.30 p.m. / Sky).

“You have to channel that because you mustn't overwind.

But now I've got it under control, ”said the 30-year-old vice-captain of the Saxon second division soccer team at the press conference on Friday.

Stark before returning to Darmstadt: "Must not overwind"

FC St. Pauli: Schultz wants to "let the spark jump over"

Coach Timo Schultz is looking forward to a great backdrop before the home game of the second division footballers of FC St. Pauli on Sunday (1.30 p.m. / Sky) against FC Ingolstadt: “The atmosphere was really great at the last home games.

Now there will be a little more atmosphere in the booth.

It is up to us to let the spark fly through our commitment, absolute will, team spirit and passion, ”said the 44-year-old on Friday.

FC St. Pauli: Schultz wants to "let the spark jump over"

"Club" wants to add to the Regensburg draw

1. FC Nürnberg, who are still unbeaten this season, want to gold the draw in Regensburg.

The Franks do not want to deal with calculations about the table situation before the duel against the promoted team.

The football evening in Franconia will also be emotional.

"Club" wants to add to the Regensburg draw

Dynamo's coach has to do without Michael Akoto (torn muscle fiber), Max Kulke (torn ankle ligament), Brandon Borrello (broken metatarsus), Kevin Ehlers (training deficit after muscle injury) and Patrick Weihrauch (training deficit after ankle surgery) as well as the long-term injuries Panagiotis Vlachodimos, Tim Knipping and Patrick Wiegers (all cruciate ligament ruptures).

dpa

Source: merkur

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