1992–93 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
1992–93 season
Manager Germany Klaus Sammer (to April 21)
Germany Ralf Minge (from April 21)
Bundesliga 15th
DFB-Pokal Round 2
Top goalscorer League: Uwe Jähnig (5)
All: Uwe Jähnig (6)

The 1992–93 season was Dynamo Dresden's third season in the Bundesliga, and they finished in 15th place, just above the relegation zone. Although Dynamo were never in the relegation places at any point during the season, they were let down by a lack of goals - they were the division's lowest scorers with 32, and no player managed more than six goals all season. This situation was probably not helped by the departure of last season's top scorer Torsten Gütschow to Galatasaray, midway through the season, although one positive was the emergence of future-UEFA Champions League winner Alexander Zickler, one of a number of youth team products promoted to the first team this season.

Dynamo reached the second round of the DFB-Pokal, being eliminated by VfB Leipzig of the 2. Bundesliga in a Saxony derby.


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Germany GK René Müller
Germany GK Frank Schulze
Germany GK Ronny Teuber
Germany DF René Beuchel
Germany DF René Groth
Germany DF Mario Kern
Germany DF Matthias Maucksch
Germany DF Jens Melzig
Germany DF Dirk Oberritter
Germany DF Nils Schmäler
Germany DF Detlef Schößler
Germany DF Andreas Wagenhaus
Germany MF Ralf Hauptmann
No. Position Player
Germany MF Uwe Jähnig
Germany MF Sven Kmetsch
Germany MF Hans-Uwe Pilz
Germany MF Thomas Rath
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Miroslav Stevic
Germany MF Jörg Stübner
Germany MF Wolfram Wagner
Germany MF Dirk Zander
Germany FW Torsten Gütschow (to December)
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Vladan Milovanovic
Germany FW Sven Ratke
Germany FW Alexander Zickler






Player From Date
Germany René Beuchel Dynamo Dresden (A) Summer
Germany René Groth Dynamo Dresden (A) Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vladan Milovanovic Napredak Kruševac Summer
Germany Dirk Oberritter Dynamo Dresden (A) Summer
Germany Thomas Rath Hertha BSC Summer
Germany Nils Schmäler VfB Stuttgart Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Miroslav Stevic Grasshoppers Summer
Germany Wolfram Wagner Dynamo Dresden (A) Summer
Germany Alexander Zickler Youth team Summer


Player To Date
Germany Sergio Allievi SpVgg Unterhaching Summer
Germany Steffen Büttner 1. FC Union Berlin Summer
Germany Frank Lieberam VfL Wolfsburg Summer
Germany Oliver Pagé Rot-Weiss Essen Summer
Germany Uwe Rösler 1. FC Nuremberg Summer
Germany Heiko Scholz Bayer Leverkusen Summer
Germany Torsten Gütschow Galatasaray December

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