Tag Archives: Robin Dutt

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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Werder’s loss against Mainz highlights the green and whites weak spots

by Niklas Wildhagen

After two wins on the bounce at the start of the season Werder have slowed down considerably and have arrived in the bottom half of the table. Here’s why. The Green and Whites have only taken two wins from their last 11 outings, losing 6 matches during that period of time. As predicted earlier this […]

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Borussia Dortmund off to best Bundesliga start in over a decade

by Cristian Nyari

Borussia Dortmund’s 1-0 win against Werder Bremen was the first time since the 2001/02 season that they have won their first three league matches.  That season of course Dortmund were crowned champions and going by how their campaign started this year they will be right in the mix to compete for it again.  Robert Lewandowski’s […]

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Werder Bremen’s good start leaves much to be desired

by Niklas Wildhagen

The green and whites may have gotten off to a good start, but their performances on the pitch need to be improved. One could clearly spot the disappointment in the faces of the Augsburg players after referee Daniel Siebert had blown the final whistle. Augsburg outplayed Werder for most of the second half and created […]

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Season Preview: Werder Bremen’s Transitional Campaign

by Alex Chaffer

When looking for reasons as to why Bremen had their poorest of poor seasons last year, there is one thorn that sticks out more than the rest, namely the side’s inability to keep out goals. It was a recurring theme that cost them dearly throughout the season. A goals-against tally of 66 was just one […]

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Robin Dutt Earns First Werder Bremen Win

by Gerry Wittmann

New Werder Bremen Coach Robin Dutt has suffered through four consecutive losses in preseason test matches, but on Thursday garnered his first win on the club’s sidelines as the green-whites downed 3. Liga side RW Erfurt by a lopsided 6-0 score. Erfurt opened their 3. Liga season last weekend with a 1-0 away win over Stuttgarter […]

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Bundesliga News: Dutt Hired by Werder Bremen, Meier Fired by Fortuna Düsseldorf

by Gerry Wittmann

The coaching carousel has been fired up again.  Jumping on are former Bayer Leverkusen and SC Freiburg Coach Robin Dutt following the announcement of his hiring to replace longtime Werder coach Thomas Schaaf at Werder Bremen.  Being pushed off the carousel is  Fortuna Düsseldorf Coach Norbert Meier, who had guided the club since 2008 and brought […]

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Köln 0 – 2 Bayer Leverkusen – Solbakken’s woes continue

by Aditya Balaram

A cracking Köln performance was long due as their last convincing win came all the way back in December against relegation zone dwellers, Freiburg. Leverkusen made the trip to Köln following a confident 4-1 victory over Augsburg last week. Right from kick-off, Leverkusen stamped their authority on the game, and a brace from Lars Bender was enough […]

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Bayer Leverkusen 4 – 1 Augsburg: Stefan Kießling to the Rescue

by Gerry Wittmann

Bayer Leverkusen have had an inconsistent season, to say the least, but took out their frustrations on FC Augsburg Saturday at the Bay Arena, dominating the second half for a comprehensive 4-1 win that keeps them in line for a Europa League spot.  Following their good effort in their disappointing 3-1 loss Tuesday at home […]

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