2007–08 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
2007–08 season
Manager Germany Norbert Meier (to September)
Germany Eduard Geyer (from September)
Regionalliga Nord 8th (Qualified for 3. Liga)
DFB-Pokal First round
Saxony Cup Semi-final
Top goalscorer Thomas Bröker /
Pavel Dobry (9)

Dynamo Dresden started the 2007–2008 season with two aims: to win promotion to the 2. Bundesliga, or failing that to at least finish in the top 10 to qualify for the 3rd Liga, which was to begin in 2008. They made a number of major signings, including the return of Lars Jungnickel, Marek Penksa and Maik Wagefeld, and in September coach Norbert Meier was replaced with Eduard Geyer, another familiar face. They achieved their secondary aim, finishing in 8th place.

At the beginning of the season, Dynamo Dresden changed their name, dropping the 1. FC and reverting to the traditional SG Dynamo Dresden.

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
1 Germany GK Oliver Herber
2 Liechtenstein DF Martin Stocklasa
3 Germany DF Volker Oppitz
4 Czech Republic DF Tomas Votava
5 Germany DF Thomas Hübener
6 Germany DF Daniel Ernemann
7 Germany MF Markus Knackmuß (to January)
7 Germany FW Sebastian Helbig (from January)
8 Ukraine MF Igor Bendovskyi
9 Germany FW Thomas Bröker
10 Czech Republic MF Ivo Ulich
11 Czech Republic FW Pavel David
13 Germany MF Christian Hauser
15 Germany MF Sascha Pfeffer
16 Germany MF Michael Kügler
17 Germany MF Lars Jungnickel
18 Germany FW Patrick Würll
No. Position Player
19 Germany MF Jens Truckenbrod
20 Germany GK Marcus Hesse
21 Germany DF René Beuchel (to December)
22 Germany MF Benjamin Boltze (to January)
22 Germany GK Christian Person (from January)
23 Germany GK Daniel Zacher
25 Germany MF Ronald Wolf
26 Germany MF Maik Wagefeld
27 Germany DF Ronny Nikol
29 Germany DF Sebastian Pelzer
30 Germany DF Stefan Süß
32 Germany DF Cataldo Cozza
33 Czech Republic FW Pavel Dobry
34 Germany FW Paul-Max Walther
35 Germany DF Ronny Surma
39 Germany MF Maik Kegel
99 Slovakia MF Marek Penksa

Results[edit]

Regionallliga[edit]

DFB-Pokal[edit]

Saxony Cup[edit]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Date
Ukraine Igor Bendovskyi Bayer Leverkusen II Summer
Germany Benjamin Boltze FC Sachsen Leipzig Summer
Germany Thomas Bröker SC Paderborn 07 Summer
Czech Republic Pavel Dobry Holstein Kiel Summer
Germany Marcus Hesse Alemannia Aachen Summer
Germany Thomas Hübener Bayer Leverkusen II Summer
Germany Lars Jungnickel Energie Cottbus Summer
Germany Maik Kegel Youth team Summer
Germany Ronny Nikol Rot-Weiss Essen Summer
Slovakia Marek Penksa Wisla Krakow Summer
Germany Sascha Pfeffer SC Borea Dresden Summer
Germany Ronny Surma Youth team Summer
Germany Jens Truckenbrod FC Schaffhausen Summer
Germany Maik Wagefeld Hansa Rostock Summer
Germany Paul-Max Walther SG Warnow Papendorf Summer
Germany Daniel Zacher Youth team Summer
Germany Sebastian Helbig Carl Zeiss Jena January
Germany Christian Person Carl Zeiss Jena January

Out[edit]

Player To Date
Germany Tino Berbig VfL Osnabrück Summer
Romania Levente Csik SC Borea Dresden Summer
Germany Markus Dworrak FV Engers 07 Summer
Germany Marc Hensel Energie Cottbus II Summer
Germany Jan Koch Released Summer
Netherlands Samuel Koejoe FSV Frankfurt Summer
Slovakia Jan Koziak Zalgiris Vilnius Summer
Germany Michael Lerchl Energie Cottbus II Summer
Germany Reimund Linkert FC Eilenburg Summer
Germany Alexander Ludwig FC St. Pauli Summer
Austria Alen Orman SCR Altach Summer
Germany Paul Schletzke SV Schott Jena Summer
Germany Marco Vorbeck FC Augsburg Summer
Germany André Weiß Retired Summer
Germany René Beuchel Retired December
Germany Benjamin Boltze Chemnitzer FC January
Germany Markus Knackmuß SC Pfullendorf January

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