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Season Preview 2014-2015: Hannover 96

by Ansgar Löcke

Nicknames: “Die Roten” (The Reds) Founded: 12 April 1896 Club colors: Black, white, and green Primary Rivals: Eintracht Braunschweig Fan Friendship: Hamburger SV Trophies: German Championship (2): 1938 & 1954 DFB Cup: (1): 1992 Stadium: HDI-Arena (formerly Niedersachsenstadion; renovated in 2004). Inaugurated in 1954. 2013-14 Finishes: Bundesliga: 10th DFB Pokal: Second Round (knocked out by Bayern München […]

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Bundesliga News: Cherundolo Honored; Preseason Matches and Transfers

by Gerry Wittmann

Cherundolo Feted, Hannover Defeat Lazio American international Steve Cherundolo, who played his entire professional career for Hannover, was honored this weekend in a testimonial match featuring former Hannover players.  Cherundolo began his time with Hannover in 1999, and featured in 423 matches for the club up to his final match last December as injuries took […]

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Bundesliga Preseason: Spotlight on Dortmund, Gladbach, Freiburg and Hannover

by Gerry Wittmann

Upbeat Mood at Borussia Dortmund This summer, as seems every summer, Dortmund Coach Jurgen Klopp will have to find a way to replace a key member of last season’s roster.  This year, striker Robert Lewandowski is the departed star, following in the line of Mario Gotze, Shinji Kagawa and Nuri Sahin who left after obtaining […]

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Bundesliga News: Hannover Signs Joselu and other Transfer News

by Gerry Wittmann

While most Bundesliga fans are focused on the injuries that will keep stars Marco Reus and Franck Ribery from competing in the World Cup next week, Bundesliga clubs continue to build their squads for the upcoming season.  With 1. FC  Nürnberg relegated, clubs are swooping for their players, with Stuttgart and Eintracht Frankfurt both signing […]

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by Mark Harrington

This is my first season of attending the Bundesliga. I did get hooked watching Dortmund last year in the Champions League and my first game this season was at the Westfalionstadion; however, as much as I enjoyed going there, I felt that I wanted to experience the football culture with a smaller club. I opted […]

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Gary Kagelmacher:’It’d be a great challenge for me to play in Germany’

by Niklas Wildhagen

The summer transfer window is getting closer, and most of the teams in the Bundesliga are planning their squads ahead of next season. AS Monaco central defender Gary Kagelmacher, currently on loan at FC Valenciennes of France’s top flight, has already been linked with a move to Hannover 96 by Neue Presse. The Bundesliga Fanatic can […]

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Where have Hannover 96 gone wrong?

by Niklas Wildhagen

Hannover’s 3-0 loss against Eintracht Braunschweig was a bitter pill to swallow for Tayfun Korkut and Hannover 96. The 96′ers are now only 2 points above the drop zone and their form of late has left a lot to be desired. Five points from the last 10 games and a goal difference of -14 from […]

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Checklist – Who is going down?

by Niklas Wildhagen

It’s crunch time in the Bundesliga. Six match days are left and a number of heavy weights are still not out of the battle against relegation: Werder Bremen were in the Champions League as recently as the 09/10 season, HSV are the only team which has been in Germany’s top flight since it came into […]

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Hannover’s American Hero, Steve Cherundolo, Announces His Retirement

by Gerry Wittmann

At a Wednesday press conference, long-time Hannover right back Steve Cherundolo, 36, announced his retirement as an active footballer following a series of knee injuries that have limited him to only two appearances during the current season.  The native of Rockford, Illinois, who grew up in San Diego, retires with the all-time record for Bundesliga […]

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New signing – Hannover’s František Rajtoral

by Chris Boothroyd

Schalke fans may remember the name of František Rajtoral. At the end of a lung-bursting run in the final moments of a Europa League fixture in Gelsenkirchen, the ball ricocheted into the path of the full-back. After the first-leg in Plzeň ended level at 1-1, a game which truly signalled the ascension of Vladimír Darida by […]

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