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Spiralling Towards the Bottom – Breaking Down Hannover’s Breakdown

by Ansgar Löcke

This season’s fixture list nicely cuts Hannover’s Rückrunde in three parts: The first six games against beatable opposition, March with little chances of grabbing a point, the final eight games against the rest. So at the end of this first part, it’s time to take a look back and peek ahead. Oh dear… well, we […]

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Match Preview: 1. FC Köln – Hannover 96

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

1. FC Köln and Hannover 96 head into match day 22 as the top two clubs of the bottom half of the table, but with just four points separating tenth place from 17th, Saturday’s late match could start with both looking up from much nearer the relegation zone than either would have hoped to see […]

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Five reasons for SC Paderborn’s win against Hannover 96

by Niklas Wildhagen

At the start of the season the fans of the Bundesliga were surprised by how well SC Paderborn managed to adapt to first tier football. André Breitenreiter’s team could churn out results against much bigger opponents almost on a regular basis, despite SCP having the lowest wage budget in the entire league. One wouldn’t believe […]

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Ugly win begins 2nd half for Schalke

by Tim Snoddon

In the opening game after winter break, Schalke pulled off a 1-0 victory at home against Hannover in a game that saw the Royal Blues have the ball only 37% of the time, play in a counterattacking position for much of the second half, and even be down to ten men for the last five minutes. […]

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Home again – Didier Ya Konan returns to Hannover 96

by Ansgar Löcke

In a surprise move Hannover 96 have re-signed Ivorian striker Didier Ya Konan. The 30-year-old attacker, who had left the Bundesliga side for Saudi Arabian club Al Ittihad last summer, has signed a contract till the summer with an option to add another year. “This is a great feeling. I’m coming home. God knows my path and […]

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Bundesliga Hinrunde Report Card – Part II

by Niklas Wildhagen

We continue our run down of the sides in the Bundesliga by taking a closer look at the sides in mid-table. 12th – 1. FSV Mainz State of affairs: The Thomas Tuchel era ended with last season, meaning Christian Heidel needed a new coach, so Mainz settled on Kaspar Hjulmand, a Danish coach who had been […]

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Five Years On: A Personal Reflection on the Legacy of Robert Enke

by Kai Dambach

The middle of November has plenty of meaning to Germans. The Berlin Wall fell on November 9, and plenty of important birthdays on November 10. Martin Luther, the guy who told the Catholic Church they’re not right in the head and formed Protestantism, Friedrich von Schiller, the composer of the EU’s anthem “Ode to Joy” […]

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2014-15 Bundesliga Power Rankings: Match Day 12

by Bundesliga Fanatic Staff

We are back with the 2014-15 Bundesliga Power Rankings – the post-Match Day 12 edition. Since our last edition, Bayern Munich is that much closer to wrapping up yet another league title, while BVB still languish close to the relegation spots. Meanwhile Gladbach and Hoffenheim taste some reality, as FC Augsburg climbs the table. Hannover continues to […]

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Hertha Berlin 0-2 Hannover 96: Kiyotake & Co. lift Hannover to 4th

by Ryan O'Grady

Supporters of both Hannover and Hertha Berlin were hoping that Friday’s game would see their club get back on track after some recent patchy form. Both sides lost last week in the DFB Pokal to lower league opposition and at the weekend Hertha lost 3-1 away to Paderborn while Hannover beat Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0. Despite their topsy-turvy form, […]

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2014-15 Bundesliga Power Rankings: Match Day 10

by Travis Timmons

We are back with the 2014-15 Bundesliga Power Rankings – the post-Match Day 10 edition. Since our last edition, Bayern clings to its undefeated record, Mönchengladbach taunts the league with its, Dortmund continues its stunning crawl through the Bundesliga’s dive bars, Hannover 96 stubbornly clings to respectability, and Freiburg and Werder finally win a match. It’s the […]

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