2000–01 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
2000–01 season
Manager Netherlands Cor Pot (to March)
Germany Meinhard Hemp (from March)
NOFV-Oberliga Süd 5th
Saxony Cup Second round
Top goalscorer League: Vladimir Manislavic (11)
All: Vladimir Manislavic (13)

The 2000–01 season saw Dynamo Dresden playing in the fourth tier NOFV-Oberliga Süd. The clear aim was to get promoted back to the Regionalliga, and after a strong finish to the previous season, optimism was high - a campaign was started with the slogan "wir kommen wieder" ("we're coming back"). However, competition was tough, with several other teams having come down from the Regionalliga, and Dynamo found themselves third in a three-way title race with 1. FC Magdeburg and VfB Leipzig. Dynamo were unable to achieve consistent results, and a defeat to SV Grimma in March ended their promotion hopes, and forced the resignation of manager Cor Pot. Coach Meinhard Hemp took over for the remainder of the season, but with nothing to play for, Dynamo slumped to fifth place, with attendances dropping below 1,000.


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 Rüdiger Huster
Croatia GK Ignjac Kresic
Germany DF Roland Ahrens
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Branislav Bulatovic
Austria DF Klaus Dietrich
Germany DF Gunnar Klemm
Germany DF Benjamin Lense
Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Ninoslav Milenkovic
Germany DF Dirk Oberritter
Germany DF Frank Paulus
Germany MF Alexander Besser (from January)
Germany MF Robert Böhme (to November)
Germany MF Matthias Großmann
No. Position Player
Ukraine MF Vladislav Kosharnyi
Italy MF Claudio Marasa
Germany MF Carsten Paulick
Germany MF Daniel Petrowsky
Germany MF Silvio Schröter
Germany MF Maik Wagefeld
Germany FW Waldemar Adamowicz (from January)
England FW Ben Galliers
Germany FW Sebastian Hähnge (from January)
Germany FW Lars Jungnickel
Germany FW Mike Möllensiep
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Vladimir Manislavic
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Veselin Popovic (to November)



Saxony Cup[edit]



Player From Date
Germany Roland Ahrens FC Schönberg 95 Summer
Germany Robert Böhme Youth team Summer
Austria Klaus Dietrich FC Kärnten Summer
England Ben Galliers Rot Weiss Essen Summer
Germany Rüdiger Huster Erzgebirge Aue Summer
Germany Gunnar Klemm Dresdner SC Summer
Ukraine Vladislav Kosharnyi Schalke 04 (A) Summer
Italy Claudio Marasa 1. FC Köln (A) Summer
Germany Mike Möllensiep TSV Pansdorf Summer
Germany Waldemar Adamowicz FSV Hoyerswerda January
Germany Alexander Besser 1. FC Nuremberg (A) January
Germany Sebastian Hähnge Chemnitzer FC January


Player To Date
Germany Thomas Gerstner Retired Summer
Germany René Groth VfB Leipzig Summer
Germany Rico Hanke Carl Zeiss Jena Summer
Germany Dietmar Hummel VfR Mannheim Summer
Poland Antoni Jelen FV Dresden-Nord Summer
Germany Frank Kaiser Werder Bremen (A) Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Velibor Kopunovic Hallescher FC Summer
Germany Sascha Lense SV Darmstadt 98 Summer
Germany Sebastian Müller Tennis Borussia Berlin Summer
Brazil Fernando Nogueira Unknown Summer
Germany Christoph Rautenberg Unknown Summer
Germany René Schmidt Retired Summer
Croatia Goran Skeledzic KSV Klein-Karben Summer
Germany Jens Wahl Retired Summer
Germany Marco Weller Sportfreunde Siegen Summer
Germany Klaus Welter Borussia Mönchengladbach (A) Summer
Germany Uwe Wolf SC Freamunde Summer
Germany Robert Böhme FV Dresden-Nord (loan) November
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Veselin Popovic Erzgebirge Aue November

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