2008–09 Dynamo Dresden season

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Dynamo Dresden
2008–09 season
Manager Netherlands Ruud Kaiser
3. Liga 9th
Saxony Cup 1st Round
Top goalscorer Halil Savran (14)

The 2008–09 season saw Dynamo Dresden return to national football, in the inaugural season of the 3. Liga. A new coach was appointed, veteran Eduard Geyer was replaced by Ruud Kaiser, a Dutchman with a good record in youth football. The squad saw many changes too, with several experienced players leaving or retiring and a number of new players brought on.

Dynamo had the honour of playing the first match in 3. Liga history - a 1–0 win over Rot-Weiss Erfurt, with debutant Halil Savran scoring the new competition's first goal. Despite this, though, it was a largely disappointing season for the club - they spent much of the season in the bottom half of the table, before relatively decent end to the season saw them finish in 10th place.

Dynamo's reserve team had a very successful season. Coach by Dynamo's former Bundesliga player Matthias Maucksch, they won the Landesliga Sachsen (and promotion to the NOFV-Oberliga Süd and the Saxony Cup, a competition which the first-team were eliminated from in the first round.

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 Germany GK Axel Keller
3 Germany DF Volker Oppitz
4 Germany DF Jens Grembowietz
5 Germany DF Thomas Hübener
6 Lithuania DF Markus Palionis
7 Germany MF Timo Röttger
8 Germany MF Aleksandro Petrovic
9 Germany FW Thomas Bröker
11 Germany MF Gerrit Müller
13 Germany GK Benjamin Kirsten
14 Germany MF Maik Kegel
15 Germany MF Michael Kügler
16 Germany MF Tony Schmidt
17 Germany MF Lars Jungnickel
18 Germany DF Christopher Beck
No. Position Player
19 Germany MF Jens Truckenbrod
20 Germany GK Marcus Hesse
21 Germany FW Halil Savran
23 Germany MF Sascha Pfeffer
25 Germany MF Ronald Wolf (to January)
26 Germany MF Maik Wagefeld
27 Germany DF Ronny Nikol
28 Germany MF Philipp Kötzsch
29 Germany DF Sebastian Pelzer (to January)
30 Germany DF Stefan Süß
32 Germany DF Cataldo Cozza
33 Czech Republic FW Pavel Dobry
34 Germany DF Benjamin Girke
35 Germany FW Ronny Kreher
37 Czech Republic DF Pavel Pergl (from January)

Results[edit]

3. Liga[edit]

Saxony Cup[edit]

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Player From Date
Germany Christopher Beck SC Verl Summer
Germany Jens Grembowietz Schalke 04 II Summer
Germany Benjamin Girke Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Axel Keller Erzgebirge Aue Summer
Germany Benjamin Kirsten SV Waldhof Mannheim Summer
Germany Philipp Kötzsch Youth team Summer
Germany Ronny Kreher Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Gerrit Müller Sportfreunde Siegen Summer
Lithuania Markus Palionis Wacker Burghausen Summer
Germany Aleksandro Petrovic FK Zemun Summer
Germany Timo Röttger SC Paderborn Summer
Germany Halil Savran Tennis Borussia Berlin Summer
Germany Tony Schmidt FV Dresden 06 Summer
Czech Republic Pavel Pergl AEK Larnaca January

Out[edit]

Player To Date
Ukraine Igor Bendovskyi Released Summer
Czech Republic Pavel David Hallescher FC Summer
Germany Daniel Ernemann Austria Lustenau Summer
Germany Christian Hauser 1. FC Gera Summer
Germany Sebastian Helbig FSV Zwickau Summer
Germany Oliver Herber Retired Summer
Slovakia Marek Penksa Tatran Presov Summer
Germany Christian Person Released Summer
Liechtenstein Martin Stocklasa SV Ried Summer
Germany Ronny Surma SV Babelsberg 03 Summer
Czech Republic Ivo Ulich Retired Summer
Czech Republic Tomas Votava Retired Summer
Germany Patrick Würll Jahn Regensburg Summer
Germany Paul-Max Walther Dynamo Dresden II Summer
Germany Daniel Zacher SV Babelsberg 03 Summer
Germany Sebastian Pelzer Rot-Weiss Ahlen January
Germany Ronald Wolf SC Borea Dresden January

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