1994–95 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
1994–95 season
Manager Germany Siegfried Held (to 22 November)
Germany Horst Hrubesch (22 November – 2 March)
Germany Ralf Minge (from 2 March)
Bundesliga 18th (relegated)
DFB-Pokal Third round
Top goalscorer League: Johnny Ekström (7)
All: Johnny Ekström
Michael Spies (7)

The 1994–95 season was Dynamo Dresden's fourth, and to date last, season in the Bundesliga. It was a fairly disastrous season for the club - they finished at the bottom of the table, winning only four league games, including a 21 game winless streak, from October to May. The club got through three managers: Siegfried Held was replaced by another former Germany international striker, Horst Hrubesch, who lasted only four months, before former Dynamo forward Ralf Minge took over for the remainder of the season.

The squad had seen some turnover in pre-season, with last season's top scorer Olaf Marschall leaving for 1. FC Kaiserslautern and midfield pairing Piotr Nowak and Miroslav Stevic joining 1860 Munich. In mid-season, Dynamo turned to two veteran Bundesliga strikers, Jørn Andersen and Herbert Waas, but neither was able to make an impact - neither player scored for the club. One highlight was the emergence of future Germany international Jens Jeremies, who played in the last ten games of the season, while Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer made his first appearances in European football, as understudy to Stanislav Cherchesov.

Having been relegated to the 2. Bundesliga at the end of the season, Dynamo were dropped down another level, to the third-tier Regionalliga Nordost, due to financial irregularities.

Squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Russia GK Stanislav Cherchesov
Australia GK Mark Schwarzer
Germany DF René Beuchel
Germany DF René Groth
Germany DF Thomas Hoßmang
Germany DF Mario Kern
Poland DF Andrzej Lesiak
Germany DF Matthias Maucksch
Germany DF Dirk Oberritter
Germany DF Hans-Uwe Pilz
Denmark DF Henrik Risom
Germany DF Detlef Schößler
Germany MF Uwe Jähnig
Germany MF Jens Jeremies
Germany MF Sven Kmetsch
No. Position Player
Germany MF Markus Kranz
Croatia MF Nikica Maglica
Germany MF Thomas Rath
Germany MF Sven Ratke
Germany MF Andreas Sassen (from November)
Germany MF Michael Spies
Germany MF Matthias Stammann
Norway FW Jørn Andersen (from January)
Germany FW Marco Dittgen
Sweden FW Johnny Ekström
Germany FW Henri Fuchs
Germany FW Sascha Licht
Germany FW Werner Rank
Germany FW Herbert Waas (from January)
Germany FW Florian Weichert

Results[edit]

Bundesliga[edit]

DFB-Pokal[edit]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Date
Germany Marco Dittgen 1. FC Kaiserslautern Summer
Sweden Johnny Ekström Real Betis Summer
Germany Thomas Hoßmang Rot-Weiss Frankfurt Summer
Germany Jens Jeremies Dynamo Dresden (A) Summer
Poland Andrzej Lesiak FC Tirol Summer
Germany Sascha Licht 1. FC Nuremberg Summer
Australia Mark Schwarzer Marconi Stallions Summer
Germany Michael Spies Hamburger SV Summer
Germany Matthias Stammann Bayer Leverkusen Summer
Germany Florian Weichert Hamburger SV Summer
Germany Andreas Sassen Hamburger SV November
Norway Jørn Andersen Hamburger SV January
Germany Herbert Waas FC Zürich January

Out[edit]

Player To Date
Germany Olaf Marschall 1. FC Kaiserslautern Summer
Germany René Müller FC St. Pauli Summer
Poland Piotr Nowak 1860 Munich Summer
Slovakia Marek Penksa Eintracht Frankfurt (loan return) Summer
Germany Frank Schulze Retired Summer
Germany Nils Schmäler VfR Heilbronn Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Stevic 1860 Munich Summer

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