1997–98 Dynamo Dresden season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Dynamo Dresden
1997–98 season
Manager Germany Hartmut Schade (to March)
Germany Werner Voigt (from April)
Regionalliga Nordost 2nd
Saxony Cup Fourth round
Top goalscorer Torsten Gütschow (16)

The 1997–98 was Dynamo Dresden's second season in the Regionalliga Nordost. They finished in second place, but were never in contention for promotion, finishing 37 points behind champions Tennis Borussia Berlin.

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
Germany GK René Groß
Germany GK Thomas Köhler
Germany DF Stefan Bernhardt
Germany DF René Groth (from September)
Germany DF Albrecht Kaltofen
Germany DF Stefan Kirsten
Germany DF Dirk Oberritter
Germany DF Jens Reckmann
Germany DF Jens Wahl
Germany DF Stefan Zschätzsch
Germany MF Steffen Binke
Germany MF Hagen Fritzsche
No. Position Player
Germany MF Matthias Großmann
Poland MF Antoni Jelen
Germany MF Frank Kaiser
Germany MF Jan Schmidt
Germany MF Sascha Schönfeld
Germany MF Silvio Schröter
Germany MF Falk Terjek
Germany FW Alexander Besser
Germany FW Torsten Gütschow
Germany FW Rico Hanke
Germany FW Rocco Milde

Results[edit]

Regionalliga[edit]

Saxony Cup[edit]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Date
Germany Steffen Binke VFC Plauen Summer
Germany Hagen Fritzsche Youth team Summer
Germany Albrecht Kaltofen Youth team Summer
Germany Matthias Großmann Chemnitzer FC Summer
Germany Jens Reckmann FC Berlin Summer
Germany Sascha Schönfeld Dresdner SC Summer
Germany Silvio Schröter Youth team Summer
Germany Jens Wahl FC St. Gallen Summer
Germany René Groth FSV Zwickau September

Out[edit]

Player To Date
Germany Frank Baldauf FV Dresden-Nord Summer
Germany Sven Baum FC Sachsen Leipzig Summer
Germany Thomas Boden FV Dresden 06 Summer
Germany Lutz Braun Unknown Summer
Germany Alexander Gleis Dresdner SC Summer
Germany Peter Heidler Karlsruher SC Summer
Germany Ringo Herrig Energie Cottbus Summer
Germany Sören Holz Dresdner SC Summer
Germany Steffen Kubatzky Unknown Summer
Poland Dariusz Pasieka SV Waldhof Mannheim Summer
Slovenia Miran Pavlin SC Freiburg Summer

External links[edit]