2011–12 SV Wehen Wiesbaden season

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SV Wehen Wiesbaden
2011–12 season
Chairman Markus Hankammer
Manager Peter Vollmann
3. Fußball-Liga 17th
DFB-Pokal Round 1
Top goalscorer League:
Steffen Wohlfarth & Zlatko Janjic (9)
All:
Zlatko Janjic (10)
Highest home attendance 11,600 vs. VfB Stuttgart, 29 July 2011
Lowest home attendance 1976 vs. Arminia Bielefeld, 11 February 2012
Home colours
Away colours

The 2011–12 season of SV Wehen Wiesbaden began on 18 June with their first friendly match.

Review and events[edit]

Off-season[edit]

Wehen signed this year's captain Marco Christ from Fortuna Düsseldorf, as well as signing Nico Herzig and Thorsten Burkhardt from Alemannia Aachen, Aziz Bouhaddouz from FSV Frankfurt, Martin Abraham from SK Slavia Prague, Pascal Bieler from 1.FC Nuremberg all for free, and Daniel Brosinski from 1. FC Köln.

They sold last year's captain, Fabian Schönheim to 1. FSV Mainz 05 for €400K, and Daniel Brosinski (who they had signed in the same transfer window) to MSV Duisburg for €150K

Season[edit]

Matches[edit]

3. Liga[edit]

The 2011–12 3. Fußball-Liga began on 23 July when Wiesbaden played in the opening game of the season at home against SV Werder Bremen II.

Matches[edit]

Squad Information[edit]

Squad Season 2011–12
No. Player Nat. Birthdate at SWW since previous club
Goalkeepers
1 Michael Gurski Germany 21 Mar 1979 2010 SV Sandhausen
21 Stefan Marinovic New Zealand 7 Oct 1991 2009 Waitakere City
25 Markus Kolke Germany 18 Aug 1990 2011 SV Waldhof Mannheim
Defenders
2 Nico Herzig Germany 10 Dec 1983 2011 Alemannia Aachen
3 Thorsten Barg Germany 25 Aug 1986 2008 Karlsruher SC
4 Quido Lanzaat Netherlands 30 Sep 1979 2010 FC Carl Zeiss Jena
5 Nikolas Ledgerwood Canada 16 Jan 1985 2010 FSV Frankfurt
6 Benjamin Hübner Germany 4 Jul 1989 1993
8 Marcus Mann Germany 14 Mar 1984 2011 1. FC Saarbrücken
16 Daniel Döringer Germany 26 Feb 1991 2011
19 Timo Nagy Germany 20 Apr 1983 2011 FC Carl Zeiss Jena
22 Pascal Bieler Germany 26 Feb 1986 2011 1. FC Nuremberg
27 Sven Schimmel Germany 30 Jul 1989 2011 VfB Stuttgart II
Midfielders
7 Marco Christ Germany 6 Nov 1980 2011 Fortuna Düsseldorf
11 Nicolas Roth Germany 28 Aug 1990 2011 SV 73 Süd Nürnberg
15 Zlatko Janjić Bosnia and Herzegovina 7 May 1986 2010 Arminia Bielefeld
20 Milad Salem Afghanistan 3 Mar 1988 2010 1. FC Germania 08 Ober-Roden
23 Alf Mintzel Germany 21 Dec 1981 2010 SV Sandhausen
24 Thorsten Burkhardt Germany 21 May 1981 2011 Alemannia Aachen
26 Martin Abraham Czech Republic 20 Sep 1978 2010* SK Slavia Prague
31 Nils-Ole Book Germany 17 Feb 1986 2011 Rot Weiss Ahlen
Forwards
10 Orlando Smeekes Curaçao 28 Dec 1981 2011 FC Carl Zeiss Jena
9 Aziz Bouhaddouz Morocco 30 Mar 1987 2011 FSV Frankfurt
13 Addy-Waku Menga Democratic Republic of the Congo 28 Sep 1983 2010 SV Werder Bremen
14 Steffen Wohlfarth Germany 14 Sep 1983 2011 FC Bayern Munich II
17 Panagiotis Triadis Greece 9 Sep 1992 2011 Eintracht Frankfurt
18 Marco Sailer Germany 16 Nov 1985 2010 SpVgg Greuther Fürth
34 Milan Ivana Czech Republic 26 Nov 1983 2012 Slovan Bratislava
33 Jonne Hjelm Finland 14 Jan 1988 2012 Tampere United
Last updated: 26 March 2012*Martin Abraham joined FC Bohemians 1905

Goal scorers[edit]

Reserve team[edit]

Wehen Wiesbaden's reserve team play in the fifth tier Hessenliga and are coached by Thomas Brendel.

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
Italy GK Nico Adami
Turkey GK Can Yüksel
Romania GK Alexander Loch
England DF George Worcester
Germany DF Robin Böcher
Germany DF Timo Becker
Germany DF Dominik Lötschert
Germany DF Hannes Schmitz
Philippines DF Patrick Herget
Germany MF Boris Kolb
No. Position Player
Germany MF Dennis Hornung
Turkey MF Balcan Sari
Kazakhstan MF Eugen Schiffmann
Germany MF Thimo Langner
Germany MF David Schug
Romania FW Andreas Loch
Germany FW Maximillian Meuth
Germany FW Sebastian Gurok

References[edit]

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