1999–2000 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
1999–2000 season
Manager England Colin Bell (to March)
Netherlands Cor Pot (from March)
Regionalliga Nordost 8th (Relegated)
Saxony Cup Second round
Top goalscorer Rico Hanke (8)

The 1999–2000 season was to be the last of the Regionalliga Nordost. The Regionalliga was to be reduced from four sections to two, and only seven teams from the northeastern region could qualify - the rest would be relegated. Dynamo Dresden were aiming for promotion to the 2. Bundesliga, with qualification with the Regionalliga Nordost as a minimum objective, and made major changes to the squad in pre-season.

Despite this, early season form was poor: Dynamo didn't lose many games, but were unable to break teams down, and drew several games. After a poor run at the beginning of the second half of the season, and a player revolt, coach Colin Bell was sacked, and replaced with sporting director Cor Pot. Results improved significantly, but it was too late - a draw with FC Sachsen Leipzig in the penultimate game of the season condemned Dynamo to 8th place, and relegation to the NOFV-Oberliga Süd.

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 Dietmar Hummel
Croatia GK Ignjac Kresic
Germany GK Christoph Rautenberg
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Branislav Bulatovic
Germany DF Thomas Gerstner (from January)
Germany DF René Groth
Germany DF Benjamin Lense
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Ninoslav Milenkovic (from January)
Germany DF Dirk Oberritter
Germany DF Frank Paulus
Germany DF Jens Wahl
Germany DF Klaus Welter
Germany DF Uwe Wolf (from November)
Germany MF Matthias Großmann
Poland MF Antoni Jelen
Germany MF Frank Kaiser
No. Position Player
Germany MF Sascha Lense
Germany MF Carsten Paulick
Germany MF Daniel Petrowsky
Germany MF René Schmidt
Germany MF Silvio Schröter
Germany MF Maik Wagefeld
Germany MF Marco Weller
Germany FW Rico Hanke
Germany FW Lars Jungnickel
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Velibor Kopunovic
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Vladimir Manislavic
Germany FW Sebastian Müller
Brazil FW Fernando Nogueira
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Veselin Popovic (from November)
Croatia FW Goran Skeledzic

Results[edit]

Regionalliga[edit]

Saxony Cup[edit]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Date
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Branislav Bulatovic Dresdner SC Summer
Germany Dietmar Hummel Karlsruher SC Summer
Germany Lars Jungnickel Youth team Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Velibor Kopunovic Vác FC Summer
Croatia Ignjac Kresic SV Darmstadt 98 Summer
Germany Benjamin Lense Eintracht Frankfurt (A) Summer
Germany Sascha Lense SpVgg Unterhaching Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladimir Manislavic Red Star Belgrade Summer
Germany Sebastian Müller SV Babelsberg 03 Summer
Brazil Fernando Nogueira Vitória Summer
Germany Carsten Paulick Youth team Summer
Germany Frank Paulus 1. FC Köln (A) Summer
Germany Daniel Petrowsky 1. FC Union Berlin Summer
Croatia Goran Skeledzic SV Darmstadt 98 Summer
Germany Klaus Welter 1. FC Köln (A) Summer
Germany Maik Wagefeld Youth team Summer
Germany Marco Weller 1. FC Köln (A) Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Veselin Popovic FSV Zwickau November
Germany Uwe Wolf Austria Salzburg November
Germany Thomas Gerstner Carl Zeiss Jena January
Bosnia and Herzegovina Ninoslav Milenkovic B36 Tórshavn January

Out[edit]

Player To Date
Germany Stefan Bernhardt 1860 Munich (A) Summer
Germany Marcus Claus Einheit Rudolstadt Summer
Poland Arkadiusz Gaca Naprzod Rydultowy Summer
Germany Torsten Gütschow Retired Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Boris Jovanovic FV Dresden-Nord Summer
Hungary Laszlo Kardos Hallescher FC Summer
Germany Enrico Keller FV Dresden-Nord Summer
Germany Thomas Köhler Energie Cottbus Summer
Croatia Robert Kovacic Wuppertaler SV Summer
Slovakia Radoslav Kozinka Retired Summer
Slovakia Ladislav Kuna Unknown Summer
Germany Kai Metzner VfB Leipzig Summer
Hungary Gabor Nagy Rot-Weiss Erfurt Summer
Germany Nico Patschinski SpVgg Greuther Fürth Summer
Germany Jens Reckmann BFC Dynamo Summer
Germany Sascha Schönfeld VFC Plauen Summer
Germany Falk Terjek VfR Mannheim Summer

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