After a 2-0 defeat to Turkey on Tuesday evening, the Czech Republic’s EURO 2016 journey has come to an end. Werder’s Theodor Gebre Selassie could not prevent the 1976 champions’ exit. The 29-year-old didn’t play in the last group game. In contrast, László Kleinheisler has already secured a spot in the round of 16. Due to results in other groups, Hungary are safely through to the knockout stages....
SV Werder Bremen and Thomas Eichin have reached an agreement regarding the termination of his existing contract. Originally set to run until 30.06.2018, it has now been altered to come to an end on 30.06.2016. Marco Bode, chairman of the supervisory board, confirmed the news on Wednesday. Details on the agreement reached remain undisclosed.
Marnon Busch will be following Levent Aycicek to the south of Germany. The 21-year-old defender will be loaned to 2. Bundesliga side TSV 1860 München for the 2016/2017 season. The announcement was made by sporting director Frank Baumann on Monday afternoon.
It’s now official. Florian Kainz has signed for SV Werder. The 23-year-old Austrian completed his obligatory medical and put pen to paper on a long-term contract with the Green-Whites on Monday morning.
The second matchday of the European Championship in France is over. All participating countries now have two group games behind them and all three of the Werder trio, László Kleinheisler, Zlatko Junuzovic and Theo Gebre Selassie, still have the chance to progress to the round of 16 on their countries’ final matchday.
SV Werder Bremen will face Sportfreunde Lotte in the first round of the 2016/17 DFB Cup, with the tie taking place in mid-August (19th-22nd). Further scheduling details will be announced in due course.
SV Werder Bremen and Rapid Vienna have reached an agreement over the transfer of Florian Kainz. The midfielder will join the Green-Whites on a long-term deal, subject to a medical. The deal was confirmed by both clubs on Friday morning and the 23-year-old has already bid farewell to his Rapid teammates. The transfer fee will remain undisclosed.
Zlatko Junuzovic will certainly have imagined a different outcome from his first game at EURO 2016. Not only did the Werder midfielder suffer a 2-0 defeat in Austria’s opening fixture against Hungary, he was also was forced off with an injury. After being examined by doctors on Wednesday evening, it was confirmed that the 28-year old has suffered a partial tear of the lateral collateral ligament...