2014–15 FK Austria Wien season

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Austria Wien
2014-15 season
Head Coach Gerald Baumgartner
(to 22 March 2015)
Andreas Ogris
(from 22 March 2015)
Stadium Generali-Arena
Vienna, Austria
Bundesliga TBD
Austrian Cup TBD

The 2014–15 FK Austria Wien season is the 103rd season in club history. They will participate, in the Bundesliga and Austrian Cup.

Background[edit]

Background information[edit]

Austria Wien finished the 2013–14 season in fourth place[1] and failed to qualify for a spot in Europe.[2] The club would have gone into the Europa League if they had maintained third–place.[2] The Club received their licence on 30 April 2014.[3] Austria Wien signed Marco Meilinger,[4] Mario Leitgeb,[5] and Jens Stryger Larsen.[6] Rubin Okotie, Tamás Priskin, and Martin Harrer returned from loan spells.[7] However, Okotie eventually transferred to 1860 München.[8] Pascal Grünwald,[9] Marko Stanković,[10] Tomáš Jun,[10] Emir Dilaver,[7] Kaja Rogulj,[7] Lukas Rotpuller,[11] Thomas Murg,[12] and Philipp Hosiner[13] left the club. The clubstarted pre–season on 10 June.[14] They were without Heinz Lindner and Markus Suttner, who were still on vacation, and James Holland, who is on the squad for Australia at the FIFA World Cup, and Rubin Okotie, who was missing for "another reason."[14]

During the 2013–14 season, Nenad Bjelica was sacked as head coach.[15] Herbert Gager was named interim head coach.[15] However, he was sacked[16] after the season and didn't get the permanent job. The club wanted Adolf Hütter to become head coach.[17] But he eventually was hired by Red Bull Salzburg to become their new head coach.[18] Then they had talks with Manfred Schmid about the vacant head coach's job.[19] However, 1. FC Köln refused to release him.[20] Köln had demanded a €400,000 transfer fee.[17] Gerald Baumgartner was announced as the new head coach on 27 May.[21] He received a two–year contract with an option year.[21] He had been head coach of St. Pölten.[21] Renato Gligoroski was named the assistant coach on 6 June.[22] He had been Baumgartner's assistant at St. Pölten.[22]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

No. Pos. Name Age EU Moving from Type Transfer Window Contract ends Transfer fee Ref.
MF Marco Meilinger 22 Yes Red Bull Salzburg End of contract Summer 20161 Undesclosed2 [4]
FW Rubin Okotie Yes SønderjyskE Loan return Summer [7]
FW Tamás Priskin Yes Maccabi Haifa Loan return Summer [7]
FW Martin Harrer 22 Yes Rheindorf Altach Loan return Summer [7]
MF Mario Leitgeb 26 Yes Grödig Transfer Summer 2017 Undisclosed [5]
DF Jens Stryger Larsen 23 Yes Nordsjælland Transfer Summer 2016 Undisclosed [6]
FW Omer Damari 25 No Hapoel Tel Aviv Transfer Summer 2018 Undisclosed [23]
DF Lukas Rotpuller Yes Free Agent Summer 20151 [24]
16 FW Philipp Zulechner Yes SC Freiburg Loan January Undisclosed [25]
FW Ronivaldo 25 No Kapfenberger SV Transfer January 2017 Undisclosed [26]
MF Raphael Holzhauser 21 Yes VfB Stuttgart II Transfer January 2018 Undisclosed [27]
DF Patrizio Stronati 20 Yes Baník Ostrava Transfer January 2018 Undisclosed [28]

Out[edit]

No. Pos. Name Age EU Moving to Type Transfer Window Transfer fee Ref.
1 GK Pascal Grünwald 31 Yes Wacker Innsbruck End of contract Summer Free [9]
19 FW Marko Stanković 28 Yes Sturm Graz End of contract Summer Free [10][29]
11 FW Tomáš Jun 31 Yes End of contract Summer Free [10]
DF Emir Dilaver 23 Yes End of contract Summer Free [7]
DF Kaja Rogulj 28 Yes Luzern End of contract Summer Free [7][30]
DF Lukas Rotpuller Yes End of contract Summer Free [11]
MF Thomas Murg Yes Ried Transfer Summer Undisclosed [12]
FW Philipp Hosiner 25 Yes Stade Rennais Transfer Summer Undisclosed [13]
FW Rubin Okotie 27 Yes 1860 München Transfer Summer Undisclosed [8]
FW Omer Damari 25 No RB Leipzig Transfer January Undisclosed [31]

Bundesliga[edit]

Bundesliga review[edit]

Matchdays 1–9[edit]

The opening match of the Bundesliga season on 20 July[32] for Austria Wien against Grödig ended in a 1–1 draw.[33] Daniel Schütz gave Grödig the lead prior to Ola Kamara equalising for Austria in stoppage time.[33] There were nine yellow cards in the match.[33] Austria finished the matchday tied for fifth with Grödig.[32] Then on matchday two, on 26 July,[34] Austria lost to Wolfsberg 4–0[35] with goals from Christopher Wernitznig, Nemanja Rnić, Jacobo Ynclán from the penalty spot, and Sílvio.[36] Vanče Šikov was sent–off in the sixth minute.[35] Austria finished the matchday in seventh place.[34] Austria started August with a 0–0 draw[37] against Altach on matchday three on 2 August.[38] Austria remained winless[37] and dropped down to eighth place, two places above the relegation zone.[38] Then Austria and Wiener Neustadt battled to a 2–2 draw[39] on matchday four on 9 August.[40] Austria got goals from Omer Damari and Alexander Grünwald from the penalty spot [39] and Daniel Schöpf and Herbert Rauter scored for Wiener Neustadt.[39] Damari only got his work permit the day before.[39] Austria finished the matchday in ninth place.[40] Again, on matchday five on 17 August,[41] Austrias match ended in a draw.[42] The match against Sturm Graz ended 1–1.[42] Daniel Royer opened the scoring in the eighth minute for Austria.[42] However in the 52nd minute, David Schloffer equalized for Sturm.[42] The result meant that Austria have failed to win any of their last eight matches and four of the last five matches between the two clubs have ended in the same scoreline.[42] Austria remained in ninth place.[41] The 310th Wiener Derby ended in a 2–2 draw[43] on matchday six on 24 August.[44] Austria took the lead twice with a first minute goal from Alexander Gorgon and a second–half penalty shot from Omer Damari.[43] However, both Robert Berić and Stefan Schwab equalized for Rapid.[42] Austria finished the matchday in eighth place.[41] Austria continued their winless streak on matchday seven[45] on 30 August[46] when they lost 2–1 to Admira Wacker.[45] Eldis Bajrami and Stephan Zwierschitz scored four minutes apart late in the first half to give Admira Wacker the lead.[45] Alexander Grünwald scored early in the second half to pull a goal back.[45] With the result, Austria remained the only team winless[45] and dropped down to 10th and last place.[46] Austria kicked–off September with a 3–1 victory over Ried[47] on matchday eight on 13 September.[48] Omer Damari scored two goals and Daniel Royer scored for Austria and Denis Thomalla scored for Ried.[49] This is Austria's first win of the season.[47] Austria finished the matchday in eight place.[48] Then, on matchday nine on 21 September,[50] Austria defeated Red Bull Salzburg 3–2.[51] Marco Meilinger, David de Paula, and Omer Damari scored for Austria and Alan scored for Red Bull Salzburg.[52] This was Austria's first victory against Red Bull Salzburg in four years.[51] Austria finished the matchday in seventh place.[50]

Matchdays 10–18[edit]

Then, on matchday 10 on 27 September,[53] Austria's match against Grödig finished in a 0–0 draw.[54] The only notable events in the match were the six yellow cards handed out.[53] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[53] To kick–off October, Austria lost 2–0 to Wolfsberg on matchday 11[55] on 4 October.[56] Peter Žulj amd Manuel Weber scored for Wolfsberg.[57] Omer Damari didn't play due to Yom Kippur.[55][58] The loss meant that Austria finished the matchday in sixth place[56] and 15 points behind[58] league leaders Wolfsberg.[56] Then on matchday 12, on 18 October,[59] the Austria–Altach matched finished in a 1–1 draw.[60] Jens Stryger Larsen scored for Austria and Emanuel Schreiner scored for Altach.[61] Markus Suttner injured in the first–half of the match.[62] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[59] Then on 25 October, on matchday 13,[63] Austria won their third match of the league season by defeating Wiener Neustadt 2–0 with goals from Daniel Royer and Alexander Grünwald.[64] Tarkan Serbest made his debut for Austria[65] in the starting 11.[64] Austria finished the matchday tied for fifth with Sturm Graz.[63] Austria started November with a 3–0 loss to Sturm Graz[66] with a goal from Marko Stanković and two goals from Marco Djuricin[67] on matchday 14, on 1 November.[68] Stanković opened the scoring in the 15th minute.[69] Then Djuricin added two more goals in the 42nd and 54th minutes.[69] Austria picked up four yellow cards in the match.[68] Austria finished the matchday in seventh place.[68] Then on matchday 15, on 9 November,[70] Austria defeated Rapid Wien 3–2 in the 311th Wiener Derby.[71] Austria took a 3–0 lead through Omer Damari brace in the 23rd minute and 40th minute and a Daniel Royer goal in the 78th minute.[71] But Rapid Wien got two goals late in the match when Deni Alar scored in the 83rd minute and Robert Berić scored in stoppage time.[71] Austria finished the match in sixth place.[70] On 22 November, on matchday 16,[72] Austria defeated Admira Wacker 4–0 with two goals from Alexander Gorgon and a goal each from Omer Damari and Vanče Šikov.[73] Damari opened the scoring in the 61st minute after Richard Windbichler denied Austria a clear goalscoring opportunity.[74] Windbichler received a red card for the foul.[73] Royer scored seven minutes later.[74] Then Gorgon added two goals in the 71st and 82nd minutes.[74] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[72] On matchday 17, on 29 November,[75] Austria and Ried played to a 1–1 draw.[76] Alexander Gorgan scored a seventh minute goal for Austria and Toni Vastić scored in stoppage time to equalize for Ried.[76] Thomas Salamon was sent–off for a second yellow card in the 82nd minute bringing Austria down to 10 men.[76] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[75] On matchday 18, on 6 December,[77] Red Bull Salzburg defeated Austria 4–2.[78] Austria took a 2–0 lead with a third minute goal from Alexander Gorgon and a 21st minute goal from Alexander Grünwald.[78] Then in the second half, Red Bull Salzburg scored four goals. Alan scored in the 52nd, 58th, and 60th minutes to earn himself a hat-trick.[78] Marcel Sabitzer scored the fourth goal in the 68th minute.[78] Austria finished the matchday in seventh place.[77]

Matchdays 19–27[edit]

On matchday 19, on 13 December,[79] Austria defeated Grödig 1–0[80] with a goal from Marko Kvasina.[81] Kvasina scored in the 77th minute after coming on as a substitute 12 minutes earlier.[80] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[79] Austria started their winter break after the match.[80] Austria returned from winter break with training on 5 January.[82] On matchday 20, on 15 February,[83] in Klagenfurt,[84] Austria lost to Wolfsberg 1–0 with a ninth minute goal from Michael Berger.[85] Austria failed to convert two penalty shots in two shots.[84] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[83] On matchday 21, on 21 February,[86] Austria defeated Altach 5–2.[87] Austria got two goals from Alexander Gorgon and a goal each from Fabian Koch, Raphael Holzhauser, and Patrizio Stronati.[88] Altach got two goals from Johannes Aigner.[88] Austria took a 3–0 lead with Koch's opening goal in the 13th minute, Gorgon's goal 11 minutes later and Holzhauser's 54th minute goal.[87] Then Aigner scored in the 62nd and 63rd minutes to bring Altach within a goal.[87] Then Gorgon got his second goal in the 69th minute. Stronati, who made his debut for the club,[88] finished the scoring in the 86th minute tom make it 5–2.[87] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[86] On matchday 22, on 28 February,[89] Wiener Neustadt defeated Austria 1–0 with a 34th minute penalty from Conor O'Brien.[90] Patrizio Stronati was sent–off on the play that led to the penalty shot.[91] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[89] On matchday 23, on 3 March,[92] Sturm Graz defeated Austria 2–1.[93] Alexander Grünwald scored for Austria and Simon Piesinger scored two goals for Sturm Graz.[93] Grünwald gave Austria the lead in the 59th minute.[93] Piesinger then equalized in the 70th minute and then gave Sturm Graz the lead in stoppage time in the second half.[93] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[92] In the 312th Wiener derby,[94] on matchday 24, on 8 March,[95] Austria defeated Rapid Wien 2–1.[94] Lukas Rotpuller and Vanče Šikov scored for Austria and Steffen Hofmann scored for Rapid Wien.[94] Hofmann gave Rapid Wien the lead in the 17th minute. Rotpuller scored in stoppage time in the first half and Šikov scored in the 84th minute to give Austria a 2–1 lead.[94] Christian Ramsebner was sent–off for a second bookable offence.[94] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[95] The match, on matchday 25, on 14 March,[96] finished in a 1–1 draw.[97] Markus Suttner in the 82nd minute for Austria and Markus Katzer scored in the 85th minute for Admira Wacker.[97] Austria finished the matchday in sixth place.[96] On matchday 26, on 21 March,[98] Ried defeated Austria 1–0 with an 80th minute goal from Denis Thomalla.[99] Austria finished the matchday in seventh place.[98] The following day, Gerald Baumgartner was sacked[100] and Andreas Ogris was appointed as head coach for the remainder of the season.[101]

Bundesliga fixtures and results[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss

MD Date
Kick–off
H/A Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Table Ref.
Austria Wien Opponent Pos. Pts. GD
1 20 July
16:30
H Grödig 1–1 7,295 de Paula Booked 29'
Ramsebner Booked 40'
Kienast Booked 44'
Suttner Booked 75'
Kamara Goal 90'+3'
Nutz Booked 37'
Correa Booked 40'
Schütz Goal 54'
Martschinko Booked 85'
Maak Booked 88'
Djuric Booked 90'
T5 1 0 [33]
[32]
2 26 July
16:30
A Wolfsberg 0–4 5,000 Šikov Red card 6'
Ramsebner Booked 59'
Ortlechner Booked 79'
Hüttenbrenner Booked 6'
Wernitznig Goal 15' Booked 55'
Žulj Booked 43'
Rnić Goal 48'
Jacobo Goal 68' (pen.)
Sílvio Goal 90'+1'
7 1 –4 [36]
[34]
3 2 August
19:00
H Rheindorf Altach 0–0 7,130 Holland Booked 37'
Ramsebner Booked 90'
Aigner Booked 19'
Zwischenbrugger Booked 58'
Prokopič Booked 90'
8 2 –4 [37]
[38]
4 8 August
16:30
A Wiener Neustadt 2–2 3,049 Gorgon Booked 6'
Damari Goal 9'
Leitgeb Booked 25'
Grünwald Goal 45' (pen.)
Ranftl Booked 6'
Schöpf Goal 24'
Rauter Goal 30'
Deutschmann Booked 82'
Pichlmann Booked 90'
9 3 –4 [39]
[40]
5 17 August
16:30
A Sturm Graz 1–1 9,229 Royer Goal 8'
Larsen Booked 23'
Leitgeb Booked 37'
Schloffer Goal 51' Booked 56'
Beichler Booked 53'
Hadžić Booked 59'
Piesinger Booked 79'
9 4 –4 [42]
[41]
6 24 August
16:30
H Rapid Wien 2–2 11,900 Gorgon Goal 1'
Damari Goal 63' (pen.)
Larsen Booked 74'
Holland Booked 83'
Berić Goal 35'
Behrendt Booked 35'
Sonnleitner Booked 65'
Schwab Goal 85'
8 5 –4 [43]
[44]
7 30 August
19:00
A Admira Wacker 1–2 4,007 Grünwald Goal 51'
Suttner Booked 65'
Wessely Booked 7'
Bajrami Goal 43'
Zwierschitz Goal 45'+2'
Ouédraogo Booked 49'
Lackner Booked 79'
Katzer Booked 88'
Schößwendter Booked 90'
10 5 –5 [45]
[46]
8 13 September
18:30
H Ried 3–1 7,082 Holland Booked 13'
Damari Goal 15'56'
Royer Goal 37'
Fröschl Booked 11'
Thomalla Goal 36'
Trauner Booked 62' Yellow cardRed card 73'
Reifeltshammer Booked 71'
Ziegl Booked 90'
8 8 –3 [49]
[48]
9 21 September
16:30
A Red Bull Salzburg 3–2 13,210 Mader Booked 14'
Holland Booked 27'
Meilinger Goal 34'
de Paula Goal 38'
Damari Goal 86'
Alan Goal 31'68'
Hinteregger Booked 43' Yellow cardRed card 49'
7 11 –2 [51]
[50]
10 27 September
18:30
A Grödig 0–0 1,805 Larsen Booked 39'
Grünwald Goal 68'
DamariBooked 88'
Leitgeb Booked 90'
Brauer Booked 28'
Strobl Booked 73'
6 12 –2 [54]
[53]
11 4 October
16:00
H Wolfsberg 0–2 7,633 Grünwald Booked 19' Žulj Goal 28'
Wernitznig Booked 40'
Weber Booked 42' Goal 90'+4'
Standfest Booked 62'
Ynclán Booked 72'
6 12 –4 [57]
[56]
12 18 October
18:30
A Rheindorf Altach 1-1 6,000 Larsen Goal 5'
Rotpuller Booked 42'
Schreiner Goal 3'
Roth Booked 41'
Prokopič Booked 45+1'
Aigner Booked 85'
6 13 -4 [60]
[59]
13 25 October
18:30
H Wiener Neustadt 2–0 7,512 Royer Goal 12'
Grünwald Goal 24'
Mally Booked 32'
Ali Booked 60'
T5 16 –2 [64]
[63]
14 1 November
16:00
H Sturm Graz 0–3 9,052 Šikov Booked 14'
Grünwald Booked 22'
Gorgon Booked 61'
Meilinger Booked 82'
Stanković Goal 15'
Djuricin Goal 42'54'
Ehrenreich Booked 58'
Offenbacher Booked 61'
7 16 –5 [67]
[68]
15 9 November
A Rapid Wien 3–2 28,200 Damari Goal 23'40'
Salamon Booked 39'
Larsen Booked 45'
Royer Goal 78'
Rotpuller Booked 85'
Lindner Booked 90'+2'
Šikov Booked 90'+4'
Petsos Booked 45'
Alar Booked 49' Goal 83'
Dibon Booked 67'
Berić Goal 90'+2'
6 19 –4 [71]
[70]
16 22 November
H Admira Wacker 4–0 7,046 Leitgeb Booked 45'
Damari Goal 61' (pen.)
Šikov Booked 63'
Royer Goal 68'
Gorgon Goal 71'82'
Lackner Booked 20'
Windbichler Red card 60'
6 22 0 [73]
[72]
17 29 November
16:00
A Ried 1–1 4,000 Gorgon Goal 7'
Grünwald Booked 50'
Salamon Booked 52' Yellow cardRed card 82'
Rotpuller Booked 54'
Damari Booked 90'
Vastić Goal 90'+3' Booked 90'+4' 6 23 0 [76]
[75]
18 6 December
16:00
H Red Bull Salzburg 2–4 9,125 Gorgon Goal 3'
Grünwald Goal 21'
Royer Booked 45'
Ilsanker Booked 36'
Alan Goal 52'58'60'
Sabitzer Goal 68'
7 23 –2 [78]
[77]
19 13 December
18:30
H Grödig 1–0 6,128 Suttner Booked 73'
Kvasina Goal 77'
Cabrera Booked 40'
Völkl Booked 45'
Reyna Booked 50'
Strobl Booked 68'
6 26 –1 [81]
[79]
20 15 February
15:30
A Wolfsberg 0–1 4,400 Šikov Booked 50' Weber Booked 5'
Berger Goal 9'
Wernitznig Booked 43'
6 26 –2 [85]
[83]
21 21 February
16:00
H Rheindorf Altach 5–2 6,350 Koch Goal 13'
Gorgon Goal 24'69'
Stronati Booked 27' Goal 86'
Rotpuller Booked 40'
Suttner Booked 51'
Holzhauser Goal 54' Booked 55'
Aigner Goal 62'63' 6 29 +1 [88]
[86]
22 28 February
18:30
A Wiener Neustadt 0–1 3,230 Stronati Red card 34' O'Brien Goal 34' (pen.)
Denner Booked 45'+1'
Prettenthaler Booked 77'
6 29 0 [90]
[89]
23 3 March
19:00
A Sturm Graz 1–2 7,689 Grünwald Goal 59' Madl Booked 42'
Piesinger Goal 70'90'+5'
6 29 –1 [93]
[92]
[102]
24 8 March
16:30
H Rapid Wien 2–1 11,000 Holland Booked 33'
Ramsebner Booked 38' Yellow cardRed card 73'
Rotpuller Goal 45'+4'
Šikov Goal 84'
S. Hofmann Goal 17'
Schwab Booked 42'
Petsos Booked 52'
Pavelic Booked 83'
M. Hofmann Booked 85'
6 32 0 [94]
[95]
25 14 March
16:00
A Admira Wacker 1–1 3,970 Leitgeb Booked 55'
Suttner Goal 82'
Horvath Booked 88'
Rotpuller Booked 90'
Ebner Booked 44'
Katzer Booked 66' Goal 85'
6 33 0 [97]
[96]
26 21 March
16:00
H Ried 0–1 6,155 Šikov Booked 26'
de Paula Booked 57'
Royer Booked 82'
Thomalla Goal 80' 7 33 –3 [99]
[98]
27 Red Bull Salzburg
28 Grödig
29 Wolfsberg
30 Rheindorf Altach
31 Wiener Neustadt
32 Sturm Graz
33 Rapid Wien
34 Admira Wacker
35 Ried
36 Red Bull Salzburg

Table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
5 Wolfsberger AC 29 13 4 12 39 35 +4 43
6 Ried 29 10 7 12 38 42 −4 37
7 Austria Wien 29 8 11 10 39 42 −3 35
8 Grödig 29 8 7 14 38 51 −13 31
9 Admira Wacker 29 4 11 14 27 54 −27 23
Updated to match(es) played on 19 April 2015. Source: Austrian Football Bundesliga
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored

Result summary[edit]

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
26 8 9 9 36 37 −1 33 6 3 4 22 17 +5 2 6 5 14 20 −6

Last updated: 23 March 2015.
Source: [103]

Austrian Cup[edit]

Austrian Cup review[edit]

Austria Wien kicked–off their season with a 6–0 win against First Vienna FC in the first round of the Austian Cup[104] on 11 July.[105] Austria got two goals from Daniel Royer and a goal each from Martin Harrer, Alexander Gorgon, Roman Kienast, and Alexander Grünwald.[104] Jens Stryger Larsen and Mario Leitgeb both debuted for the club.[104] In the second round, on 24 September,[106] Austria defeated Kitzbühel 5–0 with two goals from Alexander Grünwald and a goal each from Omer Damari, Florian Mader, and Martin Harrer.[107] Then in the third round, Austria advanced to the quarter–finals with a 6–0 win.[108]

Austrian Cup fixtures and results[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss       Postponed

Rd Date Venue Opponent Res.
F–A
Att. Goalscorers and disciplined players Ref.
Austria Wien Opponent
1 11 July
20:30
A First Vienna FC 6–0 3,170 Harrer Goal 23'
Royer Goal 38'53'
Gorgon Goal 60'
Kienast Goal 70'
Grünwald Goal 86'
[104]
[105]
2 24 September
17:30
A Kitzbühel 5–0 1,600 Grünwald Goal 16'22' Booked 86'
Damari Goal 30'
Mader Goal 56'
Harrer Goal 88'
Hetzenauer Booked 67'
Gulyás Booked 86'
[106]
3 28 October
20:30[109]
Hartberg 6–0 2,000 [110]

Player information[edit]

Squad and statistics[edit]

As of 11 November 2014

No. Pos Nat Player Total Bundesliga Austrian Cup
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
13 GK Austria Heinz Lindner 18 0 15+0 0 3+0 0
31 GK Austria Osman Hadžikić 0 0 0 0 0 0
77 GK Austria Tino Casali 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 DF Republic of Macedonia Vanče Šikov 12 0 11+0 0 1+0 0
5 DF Austria Philipp Koblischek 0 0 0 0 0 0
8 DF Denmark Jens Stryger Larsen 17 1 14+1 1 2+0 0
14 DF Austria Manuel Ortlechner 10 1 7+1 0 2+0 1
15 DF Austria Christian Ramsebner 7 0 5+1 0 1+0 0
29 DF Austria Markus Suttner 14 0 12+0 0 2+0 0
30 DF Austria Fabian Koch 3 0 1+1 0 1+0 0
33 DF Austria Lukas Rotpuller 10 0 7+1 0 2+0 0
6 MF Austria Mario Leitgeb 15 1 9+3 0 2+1 1
7 MF Austria Marco Meilinger 18 1 13+2 1 2+1 0
10 MF Austria Alexander Grünwald 17 7 13+1 3 3+0 4
17 MF Austria Florian Mader 12 1 6+3 0 2+1 1
20 MF Austria Alexander Gorgon 10 2 6+2 1 1+1 1
21 MF Austria Sascha Horvath 0 0 0 0 0 0
23 MF Spain David de Paula 10 1 4+4 1 2+0 0
25 MF Australia James Holland 12 0 11+0 0 1+0 0
28 MF Austria Daniel Royer 15 6 11+2 4 2+0 2
35 MF Austria Thomas Salamon 9 1 4+4 0 1+0 1
36 MF Austria Tarkan Serbest 3 0 1+2 0 0 0
9 FW Austria Martin Harrer 9 3 0+6 0 1+2 3
11 FW Norway Ola Kamara 10 1 2+8 1 0 0
16 FW Israel Omer Damari 12 9 10+0 7 2+0 2
24 FW Austria Roman Kienast 7 1 2+2 0 0+3 1
[111] [112] [113]

Notes[edit]

  • 1.^ Contract includes an option year.[4]
  • 2.^ Even though the contract finished after the season, Austria Wien were required to pay a training fee.[4]

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