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With power and clear ideas: How Werder wants to ensure the first Bundesliga home win since February 2021 against Stuttgart

2022-08-11T17:02:57.264Z

With power and clear ideas: How Werder wants to ensure the first Bundesliga home win since February 2021 against Stuttgart Created: 08/11/2022, 18:51 By: Malte Bürger SV Werder Bremen wants to appear courageous and united in the Bundesliga home game against VfB Stuttgart. © gumzmedia On Saturday (3:30 p.m. in the DeichStube live ticker), SV Werder Bremen welcome VfB Stuttgart to the sold-out W



With power and clear ideas: How Werder wants to ensure the first Bundesliga home win since February 2021 against Stuttgart

Created: 08/11/2022, 18:51

By: Malte Bürger

SV Werder Bremen wants to appear courageous and united in the Bundesliga home game against VfB Stuttgart.

© gumzmedia

On Saturday (3:30 p.m. in the DeichStube live ticker), SV Werder Bremen welcome VfB Stuttgart to the sold-out Wohninvest Weser Stadium.

How the first Bundesliga home win since February 2021 should succeed - the preliminary report from the DeichStube.

Bremen –

Ole Werner

would also find it quite pleasant if things just went on as before for the rest of the season – or especially as in the first half in Wolfsburg.

But the

SV Werder Bremen

coach also knows that the reality is different.

"We don't have a different role because of a single game - even more so if you then scored just one point," Werner emphasized on Thursday.

"We're still promoted and we still have to work hard in this league, week after week, day after day.

And that won't change for us until the end of the season.” So also next Saturday, in the eagerly awaited first home game against

VfB Stuttgart

(3.30 p.m. in the live ticker of the

DeichStube

).

Werder Bremen against VfB Stuttgart: coach Ole Werner warns of the opponent's quality

"It's also the case that a team is approaching us that has a high individual quality, where our core task is to function as a group in such a way that our qualities come into play," said the

Werder Bremen

coach .

It doesn't change much that the Swabians only got promoted again two years ago and last season only secured first division membership at the very last moment.

"Anyone who deals with

VfB

also knows, for example, that

Stuttgart

has a market value that is 90 million euros higher than what we have," said

Ole Werner

.

"That shows a bit what the tasks are like."

Due to the recent past, the southern Germans initially appear as if they are one of those possible direct competitors against whom

Werder Bremen

should be particularly keen to collect points - unlike, for example, against the big players in the league.

Clemens Fritz, Werder's head of professional football, considers such thinking to be completely absurd.

"It would be the wrong approach to say: We absolutely have to play against Stuttgart, but if we play against Bayern, Dortmund or Leipzig, then we can," warned the 41-year-old.

"That has no value in football, then you don't even have to go there." Especially since it's

VfB Stuttgart

yes, by drawing on the first day of the new season against RB Leipzig.

Werder Bremen is eager for the first home game of the Bundesliga season: a sold-out Weser Stadium against Stuttgart

The fans should be a decisive factor for

SV Werder Bremen

on Saturday.

Not only because of the recent events in Wolfsburg, but also because Bremen as a football location has longed for top-flight football in general.

"We're looking forward to the first game in front of a home crowd, also because we know that we can expect extreme support," said Werner.

"The force that comes from the stands distinguishes us, even if we act as underdogs in a game.

The fans don't care who we're playing against either, they're always there.” Where there's a lot of enthusiastic energy, there's at least theoretically the risk of overreacting.

"I don't see the danger," said

Ole Werner

but concerns about it.

“It is clear that any form of support helps us.

In Wolfsburg it was the case that we received support even though many of our fans weren't even in the stadium.

Nevertheless, we had very loud support, which also reached the field.”

Now it should be much louder.

So that the first

Bundesliga home win

since February 2021 succeeds (2: 1 against Frankfurt).

“Our fans have had to suffer a lot.

Especially in the Weser Stadium," said Clemens Fritz.

“We did a good job of that last year.

We now want to continue on this path.

For the club, for the fans and for all of

Bremen

, we will do everything

we can against

VfB Stuttgart to get our first home win.”

Werder Bremen against VfB Stuttgart: Will the first Bundesliga home win since February 2021 succeed?

In purely sporting terms, Bremen benefited from the fact that they started the game extremely well at the start of the season, almost ignoring the early deficit and then simply pushing their own football through.

Because VfL Wolfsburg allowed it and the pros at

SV Werder Bremen

were well adjusted to the opponent at the same time.

And of course Werner also knows in detail this time what is in store for his team with the Stuttgart team.

"This is a team that is characterized by a very high speed, especially in the offensive area, is very variable when it comes to changing positions and then also has good quality in the switching behavior," listed the 34-year-old.

"In this respect, it will be about controlling this speed, defending the space behind the chain well and reacting to all these position changes."

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But as so often, the focus should not only be on the opponent's skills.

Werder Bremen

would rather act themselves and not react.

"It will be particularly important that we are clear again when we have possession of the ball, have a clear idea and can develop control of the game even in the phases in which things might get hectic," emphasized

Ole Werner

.

"Because when things go back and forth, that's something that

Stuttgart

tends to play into the cards." (mbü)

Source: merkur

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