Top row, from left: Christian Vander (goalkeeper coach), Tim Borowski (assistant coach), Thomas Horsch (assistant coach), Sebastian Langkamp, Niclas Füllkrug, Marco Friedl, Martin Harnik, Claudio Pizarro, Felix Beijmo, Mario Baric (head analyst), Boban Aleric (kit man), Claas Bente (physiotherapist), Adis Lovic (physiotherapist)
Middle row, from left: Florian Kohfeldt (head coach), Ilia Gruev (assistant coach), Günther Stoxreiter (strength and conditioning coach), Ludwig Augustinsson, Theodor Gebre Selassie, Yuya Osako, Josh Sargent, Kevin Möhwald, Niklas Moisander, Milos Veljkovic, Florian Lauerer (physiotherapist), Uwe Schellhammer (head physiotherapist), Holger Berger (physiotherapist), Dr. Benjamin Schnee (team doctor)
Bottom row, from left: Fin Bartels, Milot Rashica, Davy Klaassen, Benjamin Goller, Johannes Eggestein, Stefanos Kapino, Jiri Pavlenka, Luca Plogmann, Ilia Gruev, David Lennard Philipp, Philipp Bargfrede, Nuri Sahin, Simon Straudi
Not pictured: Maximilian Eggestein, Prof. Dr. Andreas Marlovits (sports psychologist)
|Nr.||Name||Nationality||Position||Missions overall||Play time||Goals overall||Assists|
|1||Jirí Pavlenka||Czech Republic||Goalkeeper||18||1620||0||0||1||0||0|
|23||Theodor Gebre Selassie||Czech Republic||Defender||15||1305||1||0||1||0||0|
The sound of the final whistle last weekend was music to many Werder fans’ ears. After a wild 96-minute relegation battle, the Green-Whites started the Rückrunde with a win and gave the fans something to cheer about. But, the team cannot afford to rest on their laurels just yet. Werder are looking to build on last weekend’s success with another win, this time against TSG Hoffenheim on Sunday,...
Boring. No other word comes to mind for Florian Kohfeldt when he looks back on his break from training over the past few days. “I’m delighted to be back with the team,” the head coach said cheerfully, after returning to training for the first time on Thursday.
Head coach Florian Kohfeldt is optimistic about Kevin Vogt’s chances of starting in the home game against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim at the weekend. “I’m happy with the diagnosis. Kevin passed all of the mandatory tests with flying colours. We believe there’s a very good chance that Kevin will play against Hoffenheim,” Kohfeldt explained on Friday afternoon.
It has been a week and a half since new-signing Kevin Vogt made the move from Hoffenheim to Werder. His choice to join the green and whites was no accident and had something to do with a certain Leonardo Bittencourt. Before arriving in Bremen, the defender sought advice from his former teammate. “I gave him my honest opinion and told him that I’ve been enjoying my time here so far,” said...
Finally a clean sheet! For Jiri Pavlenka, getting his first clean sheet of the season is a huge relief. “It was really important for me,” Pavlenka said to WERDER.DE. The 1-0 win against Fortuna Düsseldorf showed the whole defence, “that we can play strong defensively.”