2010–11 Hamburger SV season

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Hamburger SV
2010–11 season
Manager Armin Veh (23 May 2010 – 13 March 2011)
Michael Oenning (From 13 March 2011)
Bundesliga 8th
DFB Cup Eliminated in 2nd round
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2010–11 season of Hamburger SV began on 28 June with their first training session.[1] Hamburg played its matches at Imtech Arena.[2]

Hamburg hired Armin Veh as their new head coach after sacking Bruno Labbadia near the end of last season[3][4] and appointed Bastian Reinhardt as their new Sports Director.[5] Hamburg were interested in a number of big name players. The list includes Rafinha of Schalke,[6] Michael Ballack, who Chelsea F.C. deemed surplus,[7][8] Serdar Tasci of Stuttgart[9] and Jaroslav Drobný.[10] Out of all of those, only Jaroslav Drobný decided to sign with Hamburg.[7][11] Jerome Boateng was the only major player sold, when he left for Manchester City.[12]

The signings continued during Pre-season. Hamburg signed Dennis Diekmeier from Nuremberg,[13] Heiko Westermann from Schalke 04,[14]

Season[edit]

In September 2010, Hamburg and St. Pauli played their first derby in 8 years.[15] The match ended in a 1–1 draw.[16]

Hamburg president Bernd Hoffmann has come under pressure for bad results.[17] Bernd Hoffmann came under pressure after Hamburg lost 4–2 to Bayer Leverkusen.[17] A group of fans protested against recent results outside the club headquarters by demanding Bernd Hoffmann resignation.[17] Hamburg coach Armin Veh has said that Bernd Hoffmann should not be blamed and the coaching staff and the playing staff collectively should be blamed for the bad results.[17] Supervisory board Horst Becker resigned on 13 December 2010 and stated that he would not seek re-election for the position.[17]

Wigan Athletic contacted Hamburg about a possible loan move for Dutch winger Eljero Elia.[18] Eljero Elia has fallen out of favour at Hamburg.[18] Sporting Director Bastian Reinhardt has confirmed that Wigan Athletic offered to take Eljero Elia on loan for half-a-season.[18]

Ruud van Nistelrooy has confirmed that Real Madrid are interested in signing him.[19] On Juanuary 23, 2011, Hamburg rejected a transfer worth more than €2 million plus a friendly match.[20] Hamburg President Bernd Hoffmann stated that Hamburg were looking to get back into Europe and it would be "impossible" to allow him to leave the club.[20] It became publicly known that Ruud van Nistelrooy wasn't happy about Hamburg rejecting the transfer offer from Real Madrid[21] and he has ruled out a contract extension with Hamburger SV.[21]

In January 2011, Matthias Sammer turned down a job offer from Hamburg.[22] The job would have been similar to the one he has with the German Football Association.[22]

On 5 February 2011, fans of Hamburger SV and FC St. Pauli fought each other after the match between the two clubs was called off due to rain.[15] Up to 200 hooligans threw bottles and fireworks at police.[15] One person was arrested and 45 people taken into custody.[15] The police had been expecting violence ahead of the derby.[15] Police and stadium workers had discovered fireworks attached to seats in the stands of Imtech Arena in the days leading up to the originally scheduled match.[15]

On 13 March 2011, the day after a 6–0 loss to Bayern Munich, Hamburger SV fired head coach Armin Veh and assistant coach Reiner Geyer.[23][24] Michael Oenning became the interim head coach and Rudolfo Cardoso became the assistant coach.[23][24] Originally, Armin Veh was going to leave the club after the season.[25]

Matches[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss

Bundesliga[edit]

DFB Cup[edit]

Transfers[edit]

Squad information[edit]

Squad[edit]

As of 27 July 2010, according the official website.[41]
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 Frank Rost
2 Germany DF Dennis Diekmeier
4 Germany DF Heiko Westermann (captain)
5 Netherlands DF Joris Mathijsen
6 Germany DF Dennis Aogo
7 Germany DF Marcell Jansen
8 Brazil MF Zé Roberto
9 Peru FW Paolo Guerrero
10 Croatia FW Mladen Petrić
11 Netherlands MF Eljero Elia
13 Germany MF Robert Tesche
14 Czech Republic MF David Jarolím
15 Germany MF Piotr Trochowski
17 Cameroon FW Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
18 Netherlands MF Romeo Castelen
No. Position Player
20 Ivory Coast DF Guy Demel
21 Burkina Faso MF Jonathan Pitroipa
23 Germany DF Lennard Sowah
25 Venezuela MF Tomás Rincón
29 Germany GK Tom Mickel
30 Namibia DF Collin Benjamin
33 Czech Republic DF Miroslav Štěpánek
34 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Muhamed Bešić
35 Turkey FW Tunay Torun
36 Germany MF Hanno Behrens
40 South Korea FW Son Heung-Min
44 Serbia MF Gojko Kačar
45 Czech Republic GK Jaroslav Drobný

Squad statistics[edit]

As of 22 January 2011
Reference: Soccernet[42][43][44]

No. Nat Pos Player Total Bundesliga DFB Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 Germany GK Frank Rost 16 0 15 0 1 0
29 Germany GK Tom Mickel 0 0 0 0 0 0
45 Czech Republic GK Jaroslav Drobný 6 0 5 0 1 0
2 Germany DF Dennis Diekmeier 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Germany DF Heiko Westermann 21 1 19 1 2 0
5 Netherlands DF Joris Mathijsen 14 2 12 2 2 0
6 Germany DF Dennis Aogo 5 0 5 0 0 0
7 Germany DF Marcell Jansen 9 0 8 0 1 0
20 Ivory Coast DF Guy Demel 15 1 13 1 2 0
23 Germany DF Lennard Sowah 0 0 0 0 0 0
30 Namibia DF Collin Benjamin 4 0 4 0 0 0
33 Czech Republic DF Miroslav Štěpánek 0 0 0 0 0 0
34 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Muhamed Bešić 3 0 3 0 0 0
8 Brazil MF Zé Roberto 19 0 17 0 2 0
11 Netherlands MF Eljero Elia 13 2 12 2 1 0
13 Germany MF Robert Tesche 7 0 6 0 1 0
14 Czech Republic MF David Jarolím 15 1 14 0 1 1
15 Germany MF Piotr Trochowski 19 2 18 2 1 0
18 Netherlands MF Romeo Castelen 0 0 0 0 0 0
21 Burkina Faso MF Jonathan Pitroipa 20 2 18 2 2 0
25 Venezuela MF Tomás Rincón 18 0 16 0 2 0
31 Germany MF Änis Ben-Hatira 4 0 4 0 0 0
36 Germany MF Hanno Behrens 0 0 0 0 0 0
44 Serbia MF Gojko Kačar 11 1 11 1 0 0
9 Peru FW Paolo Guerrero 15 3 13 2 2 1
10 Croatia FW Mladen Petrić 12 8 10 5 2 3
17 Cameroon FW Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting 12 2 10 2 2 0
22 Netherlands FW Ruud van Nistelrooy 17 9 16 6 1 3
35 Turkey FW Tunay Torun 4 3 2 0 2 3
40 South Korea FW Son Heung-Min 8 3 7 3 1 0

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Head coach Germany Armin Veh
Assistant coach Germany Reiner Geyer
Assistant coach Germany Michael Oenning
Goalkeeping coach Germany Ronny Teuber
Fitness coach Germany Manfred Düring
Fitness coach Germany Markus Günther

Last updated: 17 December 2010
Source: Hamburger SV official website


Kits[edit]

Home
Home Alternate
Home Alt. 2
Away
Away Alternate
Away Alt. 2
Away Alt. 3
Third
Type Shirt Shorts Socks First appearance / Info
Home White Red Blue
Home Alt. White White White Bundesliga, Match 24, 26 February against Kaiserslautern
Home Alt. 2 White White White Bundesliga, Match 33, 7 May against Leverkusen → 2009–10 Home Alt. Shorts
Away Blue White Black → No appearance
Away Alt. Blue Black Black Bundesliga, Match 8, 16 October against Mainz
Away Alt. 2 Blue White White Bundesliga, Match 20, 29 January against Nuremberg
Away Alt. 3 Blue Black White Bundesliga, Match 26, 12 March against Munich
Third Red Red Red

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