Enthusiasts Dresden in search of constancy
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Two wins were followed by two defeats: Dynamo Dresden is missing constancy this season. Against Meppen, Markus Kauczinski would like to get three points again - possibly with the first goal of the season by 19-year-old Ramford Königsdörffer, who extended his contract.
Before the press conference on Thursday there was good news: Dynamo Dresden extended with talent Ramford-Yeboah Königsdörffer until 2023. The 19-year-old made his professional debut against 1. FC Nürnberg on matchday 18 of the previous season. Since then he has played twelve times for the Dresdeners. Königsdörffer is happy about every minute of playing time and knows what is required of him.
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Königsdörffer is looking for a nose for goal
With Christoph Daferner and Philipp Hosiner, he has two colleagues in the storm, from whom Königsdörffer can still learn a lot. According to his own statement, that is primarily his nose for goals: "Both of them have already scored this season, I haven't yet. I have to improve."
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Coach Markus Kauczinski also has demands on the young striker. "He's a talented player who has a lot to offer in order to survive in professional football," he said. Nevertheless, he also has to keep working hard. "
Keyword hard work: After two defeats in a row, this is now required by the entire team. "We have shown that we can do something, but at the same time we are not yet constant," analyzed Kauczinski. The defeat against Ingolstadt is now ticked off. SV Meppen will be at home on Saturday.
scandal! HSV star clashes with Dresden fan
The former Dresden Toni Leistner gets under the wheels with Hamburger SV against Dynamo. After the game, the emotions boil. © Provided by sport1.de Eklat! HSV star clashes with Dresden fan After the crashing out of Hamburger SV in the DFB Cup at Dynamo Dresden, there was a scandal. There was a fist fight between HSV star Toni Leistner and Dresden fans after Leistner was apparently insulted and then stormed into the stands.
Meppen without Frings on the bench
Meppen didn't get off to a good start to the season. In the last game the Lower Saxony could win against FCK, but coach Torsten Frings received the yellow-red card. The 43-year-old is therefore not allowed to sit on the bench against Dresden. According to Kauczinski, Meppen is still a strong troop who will demand everything from us.
Dresden Stand can now count on 999 spectators in the Rudolf Harbig Stadium. However, Kauczinski is plagued by personnel problems. On Saturday he had to do without Max Kulke (red card suspension), as well as Chris Löwe (torn ligament), Robin Becker (muscular problems), Luka Stor (torn ligament), Leo Löwe (shoulder surgery) and Pascal Sohm (ankle problems).
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© Giorgio Piola Ferrari overhauls its front wing mostly ad hoc at the track In view of the previous results, Ferrari was able to drive relatively positively to the home game in Imola. The team had found the right mix of upgrades and old developments to get some potential out of the SF1000. Although there is still a long way back to the top before the Scuderia, the work of the past races has not only ensured solid performances on the track, but also paved the way for the future.