2004–05 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
2004–05 season
Manager Germany Christoph Franke
2. Bundesliga 8th
DFB-Pokal First round
Top goalscorer League: Klemen Lavric (17)
All: Klemen Lavric (18)

The 2004–05 season was Dynamo Dresden's first in the 2. Bundesliga, a return to fully professional national football after a nine-year absence. They were in relegation contention for much of the first half of the season, but finished strongly to finish in 8th place.

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
1 Croatia GK Ignjac Kresic
2 Germany DF Dexter Langen
3 Germany DF Volker Oppitz
4 Germany MF Ronny Scholze
5 Romania DF Levente Csik
6 Germany MF Marco Christ
7 Germany MF Rico Kühne
8 Germany MF Christian Hauser
9 Slovenia FW Klemen Lavric
10 Germany MF Steffen Heidrich
11 Germany FW Thomas Neubert
12 Germany DF Torsten Bittermann
13 Germany MF Christian Fröhlich
14 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Alen Basic
No. Position Player
15 Germany MF André Weiß
16 Germany DF Robert Heiße (to January)
18 Germany MF Karsten Oswald
17 Germany MF Daniel Ziebig
19 Germany DF Jan Seifert
20 Australia FW Joshua Kennedy
21 Germany DF René Beuchel
22 Bulgaria FW Svilen Stoilov
23 Germany GK Oliver Herber
24 Croatia GK Darko Horvat (from January)
26 Poland MF Mariusz Kukielka (from January)
31 Cameroon FW Daniel Wansi (from August)
35 Germany MF Ansgar Brinkmann (from January)

Results[edit]

2. Bundesliga[edit]

DFB-Pokal[edit]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Date
Bosnia and Herzegovina Alen Basic FK Sarajevo Summer
Germany Marco Christ 1. SC Feucht Summer
Germany Christian Hauser Bayern Munich (A) Summer
Germany Robert Heiße Dynamo Dresden (A) Summer
Australia Joshua Kennedy 1. FC Köln (A) Summer
Slovenia Klemen Lavric NK Inker Zaprešić Summer
Germany Karsten Oswald Bayern Munich (A) Summer
Germany Jan Seifert SpVgg Unterhaching Summer
Bulgaria Svilen Stoilov Botev Plovdiv Summer
Cameroon Daniel Wansi Al Nasr (loan) August
Germany Ansgar Brinkmann FC Kärnten January
Croatia Darko Horvat NK Inker Zaprešić January
Poland Mariusz Kukielka Wisla Krakow January

Out[edit]

Player To Date
Germany Heiko Beyer Dynamo Dresden (A) Summer
Germany Nico Däbritz Retired Summer
Germany Tom Hoffmann FV Dresden 06 Summer
Germany Lars Heller 1. SC Feucht Summer
Germany Sven Johne FV Dresden 06 (loan) Summer
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ranisav Jovanovic FSV Mainz 05 Summer
Germany Alexander Kunert SV Grimma (loan) Summer
Germany Marcus Kunisch FV Dresden 06 Summer
Germany Sven Ratke Retired Summer
Germany Maik Wagefeld 1. FC Nuremberg Summer
Germany Robert Heiße FV Dresden 06 (loan) January

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