2011–12 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
2011–12 season
Manager Germany Ralf Loose
2. Bundesliga 9th
DFB-Pokal Second round
Top goalscorer Zlatko Dedic (13)
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2011–12 season saw Dynamo Dresden return to the 2. Bundesliga after a five-year absence. Despite the success of last season, they had to largely rebuild their squad - the strike partnership of Alexander Esswein and Dani Schahin left the club in the summer, as did captain Thomas Hübener, among others. A total of 19 new players joined, notably a new strike pairing of Zlatko Dedic and Mickaël Poté who scored 25 goals between them.

After a slow start, Dynamo settled into mid-table, finishing 9th, never in contention for promotion or relegation. In the DFB-Pokal, they achieved a shock first round win over Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen, before being eliminated in the next round by German champions (and eventual cup winners) Borussia Dortmund. Dynamo's fans rioted at this match, and were forced to play a league game at FC Ingolstadt 04 behind closed doors as punishment.

Squad[edit]

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No. Position Player
1 Germany GK Dennis Eilhoff
2 Serbia DF Vujadin Savić (from January)
3 Germany DF Alexander Schnetzler
4 Senegal DF Cheikh Gueye
5 France DF Romain Brégerie
6 Germany DF Florian Jungwirth
7 Germany MF Marcel Heller
8 Czech Republic MF Filip Trojan
9 Czech Republic FW Pavel Fořt
10 Benin FW Mickaël Poté (from August)
11 Germany MF Gerrit Müller
13 Germany GK Benjamin Kirsten
14 Germany MF Maik Kegel
15 Germany GK Axel Mittag
16 Germany DF Martin Stoll
17 Germany MF Lars Jungnickel
No. Position Player
18 Brazil FW Cidimar (to January)
18 Austria MF Clemens Walch (from January)
19 Greece MF Yiannis Papadopoulos
20 Germany MF Marvin Knoll
21 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Muhamed Subašić
22 Slovenia FW Zlatko Dedič
24 Germany MF David Solga
25 Germany FW Robert Koch
27 Germany MF Sebastian Schuppan
28 Germany DF Marcel Franke
30 Germany GK Wolfgang Hesl (from August)
33 Germany DF Jens Möckel
35 Germany MF Sepp Kunze
37 Germany DF Toni Leistner
38 Germany MF Sascha Pfeffer
40 Spain MF Cristian Fiél

Results[edit]

2. Bundesliga[edit]

DFB-Pokal[edit]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Date
France Romain Brégerie Metz Summer
Brazil Cidimar FSV Frankfurt Summer
Slovenia Zlatko Dedic VfL Bochum (loan) Summer
Germany Dennis Eilhoff Arminia Bielefeld Summer
Czech Republic Pavel Fort Arminia Bielefeld Summer
Senegal Cheikh Gueye Metz Summer
Germany Marcel Heller Eintracht Frankfurt Summer
Germany Marvin Knoll Hertha BSC (loan) Summer
Germany Axel Mittag SC Borea Dresden Summer
Germany Jens Möckel Rot-Weiss Erfurt Summer
Greece Yiannis Papadopoulos Olympiacos Summer
Germany Alexander Schnetzler VfL Osnabrück Summer
Germany Martin Stoll Hansa Rostock Summer
Bosnia and Herzegovina Muhamed Subasic Olimpik Sarajevo (loan) Summer
Czech Republic Filip Trojan FSV Mainz 05 Summer
Germany Wolfgang Hesl Hamburger SV August
Benin Mickaël Poté Nice August
Serbia Vujadin Savic Bordeaux (loan) January
Austria Clemens Walch 1. FC Kaiserslautern (loan) January

Out[edit]

Player To Date
Germany Dennis Bührer Bahlinger SC Summer
Germany Alexander Esswein 1. FC Nuremberg Summer
Germany Thomas Franke TSG Neustrelitz Summer
Germany Florian Grossert SV Babelsberg 03 Summer
Germany Denny Herzig Eintracht Trier Summer
Germany Thomas Hübener Arminia Bielefeld Summer
Germany Axel Keller Heidenauer SV Summer
Germany Tim Kister VfR Aalen Summer
Germany Oliver Merkel Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Timo Röttger RB Leipzig Summer
Germany Dani Schahin SpVgg Greuther Fürth (loan return) Summer
Germany Jonas Strifler Alemannia Aachen Summer
Germany Marcel Wächter Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Maik Wagefeld Hallescher FC Summer
Germany Paul-Max Walther VFC Plauen Summer
Brazil Cidimar VfR Aalen January

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