On Thursday, Dynamo Dresden started the summer preparations under the new coach Markus Anfang.
Dresden – Since 3:15 p.m. today Thursday afternoon is the motto of the Walter Fritzsch Academy “Full speed ahead”. Dynamo Dresden. The SGD has one with the content of the singer’s song Helene Fischer in common: looking ahead.
It is true that the black and yellow are not a separation, even if the relegation to the 3rd division was at least as painful, but it should always be a new beginning.
Last week, trainer Markus Anfang (48) was hired to match his name, bringing his assistant trainer Florian Junge (35) with him and together with him and assistant trainer Heiko Scholz (56) and goalkeeping coach David Yelldell (40) the boys in shape wants to bring.
At 3:15 p.m., they asked their team, who had already been determined, to start training. In the past two days, the performance diagnostics took place in the Dresden University Hospital.
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Due to injury, the two midfielders Luca Herrmann (23) and Yannick Stark (29) as well as defenders Michael Akoto (24) and striker Julius Hoffmann (18)
Herrmann is in close coordination with the SGD in rehab in Freiburg. He had surgery on his left knee in March.
Stark is in rehab in Darmstadt after an ankle injury sustained in the relegation second leg against Kaiserslautern. Akoto, who also injured his ankle in the relegation first leg in the Palatinate, is currently training individually in Dresden.
Hoffmann, who received a professional contract in January until the end of June 2025, injured his knee and can only do part-time team training at the moment.
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The two offensive forces Christoph Daferner (24) and Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer (20) who were willing to leave were there at the start. While Daferner should be in agreement with 1. FC Nürnberg, Königsdörffer wants to join Hamburger SV. In both cases, however, talks with Dynamo are apparently stalled, because the clubs involved have not yet agreed on the transfer fee.
However, Nuremberg and Dynamo are said to have come closer in the Daferner case, the kicker reports that both clubs are on the home stretch.