1998–99 Tennis Borussia Berlin season

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Tennis Borussia Berlin
1998–99 season
Manager Hermann Gerland
(until 18 November 1998)
Stanislav Levý
(19 November 1998 – 23 March 1999)
Winfried Schäfer
(from 24 March 1999)
Stadium Mommsenstadion
2. Bundesliga 6th
DFB-Pokal Quarter-finals
Top goalscorer League:
Ilija Aračić (8)
All:
Kreso Kovacec (12)
Highest home attendance 10,800 (vs.
SSV Ulm 1846)
Lowest home attendance 2,000 (vs.
KFC Uerdingen 05,
1. FSV Mainz 05)
Average home league attendance 4,453

The 1998–99 season was the eighth time Tennis Borussia Berlin played in the 2. Fußball-Bundesliga, the second highest tier of the German football league system. After 34 league games, Tennis Borussia finished 6th. The club had a long run in the DFB-Pokal; making it to the quarter-finals where they lost 2–1 after extra time away to SV Werder Bremen. Ilija Aračić scored eight of the club's 47 league goals before his mid-season move to local rivals Hertha BSC.

1998–99 Tennis Borussia Berlin squad[edit]

No. Position Player
1 Serbia and Montenegro GK Goran Ćurko
16 Germany GK Roman Görtz
Turkey DF Müslüm Can
4 Tunisia DF Fahed Dermech
6 Germany DF Olaf Kapagiannidis
5 Germany DF Jens Melzig
13 Serbia and Montenegro DF Dejan Raičković
2 Germany DF Marko Tredup
3 Switzerland DF Marco Walker
Serbia and Montenegro MF Duško Adamović
8 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Bruno Akrapović
22 Germany MF Matthias Hamann
11 Turkey MF Celaleddin Koçak
33 Slovakia MF Ivan Kozák (from 1 March 1999)
No. Position Player
24 Republic of Macedonia MF Toni Mičevski
21 Germany MF Dirk Rehbein
30 Republic of Macedonia MF Goran Stankovski
20 Poland MF Zbigniew Szewczyk
18 Germany MF Niclas Weiland
Croatia FW Ilija Aračić (until 31 December 1998)
10 Spain FW Francisco Copado
32 Norway FW Geir Frigård
7 Albania FW Harun Isa
28 Germany FW Enrico Kern
9 Germany FW Kreso Kovacec
23 Germany FW Mike Lünsmann
12 Turkey FW Faruk Namdar

1998–99 fixtures[edit]

Player statistics[edit]

Pos Player Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
2. Bundesliga DFB-Pokal Total
MF Serbia and Montenegro Duško Adamović 1 0 0 0 1 0
MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Bruno Akrapović 32 0 4 0 36 0
FW Croatia Ilija Aračić 17 8 4 3 21 11
DF Turkey Müslüm Can 26 1 4 0 30 1
FW Spain Francisco Copado 31 4 3 2 34 6
GK Serbia and Montenegro Goran Ćurko 33 0 4 0 37 0
DF Tunisia Fahed Dermech 23 3 4 0 27 3
FW Norway Geir Frigård 14 5 0 0 14 5
GK Germany Roman Görtz 1 0 0 0 1 0
MF Germany Matthias Hamann 32 1 3 0 35 0
FW Albania Harun Isa 14 1 2 0 16 1
DF Germany Olaf Kapagiannidis 13 0 2 0 15 0
FW Germany Enrico Kern 4 0 1 0 5 0
MF Turkey Celaleddin Koçak 15 1 1 0 16 1
FW Germany Kreso Kovacec 19 7 4 5 23 12
MF Slovakia Ivan Kozák 11 0 0 0 11 0
FW Germany Mike Lünsmann 17 3 0 0 17 3
DF Germany Jens Melzig 27 2 3 0 30 2
MF Republic of Macedonia Toni Mičevski 19 4 1 0 20 4
FW Turkey Faruk Namdar 12 1 2 0 14 0
DF Serbia and Montenegro Dejan Raičković 24 0 4 0 28 0
MF Germany Dirk Rehbein 0 0 0 0 0 0
MF Republic of Macedonia Goran Stankovski 3 0 1 0 4 0
MF Poland Zbigniew Szewczyk 26 1 4 0 30 1
DF Germany Marko Tredup 18 1 1 0 19 1
DF Switzerland Marco Walker 23 2 3 0 26 2
MF Germany Niclas Weiland 13 0 1 0 14 0

Final league position – 6th[edit]

1998–99 2. Fußball-Bundesliga: extract from the final league table[1]
Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Points
1 Arminia Bielefeld (C) 34 20 7 7 62 32 +30 67
5 Karlsruher SC 34 17 5 12 54 43 +11 56
6 Tennis Borussia Berlin 34 15 9 10 47 39 +8 54
7 1. FSV Mainz 05 34 14 8 12 48 44 +4 50
18 Fortuna Düsseldorf (R) 34 5 13 16 35 59 –24 28

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Abschlusstabelle der 2. Bundesliga 1998/1999". fussballdaten.de (in German). 17 June 1999. Retrieved 1 December 2011. 

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