HFC coach Andre Meyer (38, left) has chosen Felix Gebhardt (20) as the new number one in goal.

Dynamo Dresden must not underestimate Hallesche FC! Like the SGD, the people of Saalestadt messed up the start of the season, but they have a good team together.

Halle – Dynamo Dresden must not underestimate Halleschen FC! The people of Saalestadt lost their first game of the season FSV Zwickau close with 2:3but refueled last Friday in the 4-1 friendly win at the 1. FC Lokomotiv Leipzig confidence.

HFC coach Andre Meyer (38, left) has chosen Felix Gebhardt (20) as the new number one in goal. © Picture Point/Gabor Krieg

The HFC is not in the upper segment of the 3rd league, but the SGD can still be dangerous.

Although coach Andre Meyer (38) has to moderate a change, sports director and dynamo legend Ralf Minge (61) has put together a balanced squad.

This is especially true for the goal, central midfield and the offensive positions in front of it. In the box, the German U20 national keeper Felix Gebhardt (20) prevailed against Daniel Mesenhöler (27) and is a strong support with very good facilities.

Dynamo up again?  Squad analysis follows after the English week
Dynamo Dresden
Dynamo up again? Squad analysis follows after the English week

On the eight, coach Markus Anfang’s team (48) has to take Halle’s game driver and thinker out of the game: Tunay Deniz (28). Born in Berlin, he came from Kickers Offenbach before the season, but was already a difference player at BAK and scored 48 goals in 208 regional league appearances, provided 49 direct assists and skilfully initiated many more stalls.

With his outstanding shooting technique, he is always good for a long-range hit and knows the opposing chain of defense as well to tear apart with opening passes. Should Meyer also decide to set up Timur Gayret (23), Halle will be even more difficult to calculate offensively.

Left-back Nico Hug (23, left) is in excellent form, high-class technician Timur Gayret (23, right) should sooner or later make it into the HFC starting eleven.

Left-back Nico Hug (23, left) is in excellent form, high-class technician Timur Gayret (23, right) should sooner or later make it into the HFC starting eleven. © Picture Point/Sven Sonntag/Roger Petzsche

Like Deniz, the noble technician was one of the outstanding fourth division kickers in recent years and regularly demonstrated his class at Hertha BSC II. His move towards the goal and his creative skills make him a sporting weapon on the offensive – if only as a joker.

Nico Hug (23), who came from FC Vaduz, scored directly in the first competitive game and also netted against Lok – as a left-back, is in particularly good form. Together with the experienced ex-Dynamo Niklas Kreuzer (29), he forms a very good winger who can find a balanced mix of offensive and defensive.

Meyer, on the other hand, has only a few alternatives at the front. If the young Sebastian Müller (21) does not ignite, there is no one who can replace him as Andor Bolyki (27) is not a classic center forward and Tom Bierschenk (20) does not quite have the consistency and level for the 3rd division Has. But Bolyki is a goal threat, and preparation winner Leon Damer (22), talent Elias Löder (22) and Tom Zimmerschmied (23) are always good for a good action.

First game of HFC defender Niklas Kreuzer against Dynamo: "Brutal anticipation for me!"
Dynamo Dresden
HFC defender Niklas Kreuzer’s first game against Dynamo: “Brutal anticipation for me!”

Defensively, Halle has solid players in Captain Jonas Nietfeld (28), a former thoroughbred striker, ex-Dynamo Niklas Landgraf (26), Jannes Vollert (24) and Sören Reddemann (26), none of whom have outstanding third division quality, but they fight be able. However, if the SGD counters this with the force of Stefan Kutschke (33) and/or Manuel Schäffler (33) and knows how to use the gaps that are definitely available, there will be some opportunities.

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