Top row, from left: Christian Vander (goalkeeper coach), Tim Borowski (assistant coach), Thomas Horsch (assistant coach), Sebastian Langkamp, Niclas Füllkrug, Marco Friedl, Martin Harnik, Claudio Pizarro, Felix Beijmo, Mario Baric (head analyst), Boban Aleric (kit man), Claas Bente (physiotherapist), Adis Lovic (physiotherapist)
Middle row, from left: Florian Kohfeldt (head coach), Ilia Gruev (assistant coach), Günther Stoxreiter (strength and conditioning coach), Ludwig Augustinsson, Theodor Gebre Selassie, Yuya Osako, Josh Sargent, Kevin Möhwald, Niklas Moisander, Milos Veljkovic, Florian Lauerer (physiotherapist), Uwe Schellhammer (head physiotherapist), Holger Berger (physiotherapist), Dr. Benjamin Schnee (team doctor)
Bottom row, from left: Fin Bartels, Milot Rashica, Davy Klaassen, Benjamin Goller, Johannes Eggestein, Stefanos Kapino, Jiri Pavlenka, Luca Plogmann, Ilia Gruev, David Lennard Philipp, Philipp Bargfrede, Nuri Sahin, Simon Straudi
Not pictured: Maximilian Eggestein, Prof. Dr. Andreas Marlovits (sports psychologist)
SV Werder Bremen are in the middle of a relatively short week of training, following a Sunday night game against TSG Hoffneheim: After having Tuesday off, the players began preparations for Eintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday morning. As is becoming the weekly tradition, Werder’s head of first team football, Clemens Fritz, gave WERDER.DE an overview of this week’s topics.
"At first I didn’t think I’d reach it," said Maxi Eggestein after scoring the opening goal against TSG Hoffenheim, unable to hide his smile. Werder’s midfield all-rounder was visibly relieved as he pushed the ball home with his weaker left foot in the fifth minute of Sunday evening’s game; understandably so, as well, since this was Eggestein’s first goal at the WESERSTADION for one and a half...
SV Werder Bremen have announced today that the club will continue to play in kits manufactured by Umbro for the next few seasons! Werder have extended the partnership with the Manchester-based football brand until the 2024/25 season.
Scans on Monday confirmed that Yuya Osako didn’t suffer a bad injury in the game against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim yesterday. “They ruled out any structural damage to the knee, but it’s still a painful blow. We will have to see how it is in the next few days. I don’t think that it’s out of the question that Yuya could return to training this week,” explained head coach Florian Kohfeldt.
After earning a draw against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim at home on Sunday evening, Werder Bremen now have eight points after five matches in the Bundesliga - a positive start to the season! In addition to this, Werder are now unbeaten in their last four matches."Eight points after five games is good, but we have to keep going. We're doing well at developing our game whilst also getting points on the...