SV Werder Bremen in the live ticker against Fortuna Düsseldorf. All goals, news and information about the game in the 2nd Bundesliga this Saturday – all live from the Wohninvest Weserstadion in the live ticker of the DeichStube*. The current score is 0:0.
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1. Min: Referee Reichel releases the game!
1:28 p.m.: The teams enter the deserted Weser Stadium!
1:21 p.m.: Coach Ole Werner emphasizes the good cooperation with Frank Baumann.
1:19 p.m.: The recommended Frank Baumann says that Werder “always goes into the game with confidence” and wants to take the momentum from the last few games and the good pre-season into the game.
1:13 p.m.: Klaus Allofs, Werder legend and now on the board of Fortuna Düsseldorf, explains on the Sky microphone that he is happy about the business trip to Bremen. About Frank Baumann he says that you “know what you have in Frank” and that he doesn’t have to write a letter of recommendation to SV Werder.
1:06 p.m.: By the way, in the last game that opened in 2021, Werder lost 2-0 to Union Berlin at home. In the previous year, 2020, however, they managed a 1-0 away win – against today’s opponent Fortuna Düsseldorf. If that’s not a good omen. The last Werder home win at the start of the year, however, was a few years ago: It was a 2-0 win against Hertha BSC.
1 p.m.: Normally we would now say that the stadium is already filling up. But due to the corona pandemic and the omicron wave, the game will unfortunately take place today without spectators. Werder can be sure of the support of the fans – but not in the stadium.
12:52 p.m.: And they shouldn’t go unmentioned either: the team of referees for today’s game. Tobias Reichel holds the ultimate decision-making authority. He is assisted on the sidelines by Christian Bandurski and Marc-Philip Eckermann, fourth official is Florian Exner. Thorben Siewer and Philipp Hüwe from Cologne have a closer eye on the game.
12:46 p.m.: If the men with the rhombus on their jerseys continue to build on their positive record and win today, coach Ole Werner would overtake Thomas Schaaf with his fourth win in four games. He also had a very good start in the 1998/99 season with three victories after taking over. Otto Rehagel made the best start: King Otto won eight times after taking office in the second division season 1980/81, and in the end he was promoted to the Bundesliga. So there is still a long way to go for Werner ….
12:41 p.m.: The overall balance in direct duels between the two traditional clubs also looks positive from Werder’s point of view: Green-White won 24 of 53 games, lost 17 times, twelve games ended in a draw.
12:38 p.m.: The two teams last met in the first half of the season, when Werder won 3-2 in Düsseldorf. After a turbulent stoppage time with a late goal conceded to make it 2-2 and an even later winning goal by Füllkrug, Bremen took all three points back to the Weser. Josh Sargent scored the other two Werder goals.
12:32 p.m.: The guests from Düsseldorf start with this staff: Kastenmeier – Zimmermann, Klarer, Oberdorf, Gavory – Narey, Appelkamp, Tanaka, Peterson – Hennings, Piotrowski. Possible alternatives would be Wolf (ET), Hartherz, Siebert, Pledl, Prib, Sobottka, Bozenik, Kownacki, Shipnoski.
12.30 p.m.: The first places on the bench are: Zetterer (ET), Weiser, Schönfelder, Schmidt, Rapp, Mai, Gruev, Mbom and Dinkci.
12:28 p.m .: No changes compared to the starting eleven of the last game in 2021 against Hannover 96. Ole Werner plays as follows: Pavlenka – Agu, Veljkovic, Toprak, Friedl, Jung – Bittencourt, Groß, Schmid – Füllkrug, Ducksch.
12:24 p.m.: Moin, moin from the good Deichstube! Today, second division soccer team Werder Bremen welcomes Fortuna Düsseldorf to the Weser Stadium. The lineups have just arrived, of course we don’t want to withhold them from you!
At this point the arises Live-Ticker to the second division game of SV Werder Bremen against Fortuna Dusseldorf. Kick-off at the Wohninvest Weserstadion is on Saturday at 1.30 p.m. Here it goes about an hour before with the lineups both teams go!
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Werder Bremen against Fortuna Düsseldorf: The A-word remains on the index for coach Ole Werner
Bremen – The timing would have been good, so close to the end of the winter break and with the upswing from the last three wins in a row. Werder Bremen let it pass on Thursday anyway. And quite consciously. During the official press conference before the start of the second division year against Fortuna Dusseldorf (Saturday, 1.30 p.m. in DeichStube-Liveticker), the club once again refrained from setting the direct return to the Bundesliga as a goal for the season. Is called: The word “climb” still leads a shadowy existence on the Osterdeich even in January 2022, certainly wafts through the cabin wing, fitness room and manager’s offices, but it just disappears again as soon as those responsible make a public statement. That won’t change anytime soon, what coach Ole Werner but does not want to be misinterpreted as a lack of ambition. But on the contrary.
(Also interesting: This could be the case Werder Bremen’s starting eleven against Fortuna Düsseldorf look!)
Werder Bremen against Fortuna Düsseldorf – Ole Werner: “I expect a very hot dance”
For the 33-year-old, verbal restraint is a kind of basic prerequisite for actually being able to achieve the unspoken goal in the end. “More than anything, it helps me to see the whole thing in small steps. What situation are we in now? What can we influence directly? In this respect, our first goal is to get back on track after the winter break,” said the coach. He had agreed on this language rule during a meeting with the team council during the week. It’s better not to deliver a big headline with the A-word, but as many small headlines as possible through successful games, which in a few weeks will then focus on the topic all by themselves. Ole Werner: “We want to put ourselves in a position where we can have a say in things when April gets to the heart of the season.” Against Fortuna Dusseldorf will Werder Bremen on Saturday (so you can watch the game live on TV and in the live stream) to start with.
Due to its strong year-end sprint, the SV Werder Bremen fought up to one point in the table for the relegation place. In no case should this just fizzle out again in 2022, but rather be continued. “I’m expecting a very hot dance,” emphasized Werner, who had previously emphasized the opponent’s strengths in detail. But who should also know that Fortuna Dusseldorf, which she had rarely been able to show to advantage during the first 18 games of the season. The traditional club is currently only ranked 13th and can therefore confidently be described as one of the big disappointments of the previous series. Werder is clearly going into the game as a favourite.
Werder Bremen on the way to promotion? Fortuna Düsseldorf a “first, important building block”
“You can feel that my team wants to be successful,” said Ole Werner about his impressions during the winter break. Fortuna Dusseldorf is a “first, important building block” on this path. After that – completely independent of the outcome of the game – a new situation arises, which Werner wants to tackle again in the same way he is now tackling Düsseldorf: “We can’t leave anything to the left or right, we always have to concentrate on the moment.” It’s a credo that, in the coach’s eyes, is just for Werder Bremen there is almost no alternative, “because you don’t know in advance what imponderables you will face. The past six months have shown that here in Bremen.”
One thing is certain: one of these imponderables is the pandemic, is the corona virus, which has long since caused an unpredictable staff lottery at all clubs. Before the game against Fortuna Dusseldorf are Werder Bremen recent cases (Veljkovic, Friedl, Füllkrug, Mbom) returned in time. But no one knows how things will look in a week or even tomorrow. “I can’t influence it. I can only deal with the situations that may arise as best as possible.” Ole Werner, whose current aversion to the word “rise“Maybe that’s the reason. As I said: First Düsseldorf. After that see further. And in the best-case scenario, have already improved your own position somewhat. “We’re the pursuers in seventh place, because six teams are in front of us and see us in their rear-view mirror,” Werner said soberly – and suddenly he almost spoke of promotion without using the term: “Our job is to to overtake one or the other.” Four teams could be enough in the end. (dco) *DeichStube.de is a joint venture of the media group Kreiszeitung and the WESER-KURIER media group as well as an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.