Tag Archives: Robin Dutt

Stuttgart shores up defense before deadline

by Court Wilson

With no time to spare before the transfer window closed, Stuttgart sporting director Robin Dutt added 30-year old Geoffroy Serey Die from Swiss Super League leading FC Basel in hopes that the new acquisition will stabilise their central defence and give the team a much needed spark to stave off relegation. Serey Die agreed to […]

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VfB Stuttgart: Same Team, Same Result

by Court Wilson

I don’t know how often Sporting Directors sit with the coaches and team on the bench during a match, but new director Robin Dutt apparently wanted to witness the train-wreck as close as he could. Dutt, wearing a suit and sitting on the bench looking dour, appeared totally out of place among the VfB coaching […]

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Checking in on VfB Stuttgart

by Court Wilson

The second half of the Bundesliga begins in less than two weeks. Although the top of the table appears to be a foregone conclusion, the bottom is anything but. Only four points separate the entire bottom half of the league. Stuttgart is currently 15th, one position above the relegation playoff spot. An optimist would note that […]

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Bundesliga News: Shaqiri to Inter and Much More

by Gerry Wittmann

Shaqiri Headed to Inter Milan As reported by the Bundesliga’s official site, the Guardian and La Gazzetta dello Sport, Bayern Munich midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri will be signing with famed Italian side Inter Milan shortly after a transfer deal said to be valued at between 15 and 18 million euros.  Following his medical, the talented Swiss […]

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Werder Bremen’s season in the abyss

by Niklas Wildhagen

After the final whistle blew at the Weserstadion, most of Werder’s players sat themselves on the grass of the pitch, all likely aware that the loss meant the end for their coach Robin Dutt. After 43 matches in charge of the Green and Whites, the former Freiburg and Leverkusen coach doesn’t have an awful lot […]

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Werder Bremen 0-1 FC Köln: Dutt’s Team Continues Without a Win

by Conor Garratt

Robin Dutt’s Werder Bremen suffered a further setback in the Bundesliga’s Friday night game due to a lacklustre loss at home to 1.FC Köln. Die Werderaner remain winless this season, largely due to defensive issues which has seen them concede 23 goals in nine games; however this recent record was largely unrepresentative of the Bremen […]

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Werder Bremen: Crunch Time for Robin Dutt

by Niklas Wildhagen

Werder Bremen had quite a start to the season. During the first three matches the Green and Whites managed to fight back to gain draws from losing positions to get a respectable three points from their matches against Hertha, Hoffenheim and Leverkusen. However, ever since the team lost 4-2 against FC Augsburg things haven’t been […]

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The story of Robin and Debtman

by Niklas Wildhagen

Sitting in the Weserstadion, one can’t help but feel that Werder Bremen’s fans do have an impressive support going for their team. I was there for the match against Hoffenheim, and it was lovely to see the way Davie Selke was applauded off the pitch despite not having had the best of matches. The attitude […]

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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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Eichin’s and Dutt’s puzzle – Building a new Werder side piece by piece

by Niklas Wildhagen

Werder Bremen’s win against their arch rivals HSV was significant in more than one way. First and foremost it saw Werder Bremen win an incredibly tight match against a fellow relegation rival, but it also gave the Green and Whites a six point cushion down to the drop zone, allowing peace and calm to prevail […]

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