For the second time in his club’s history, SV Werder Bremen have to bitterly move to the second division.
On the last day of the match, interim coach Thomas Schaff’s side lost 4: 2 to Borussia Moenchengladbach. Because 1. FC Köln (1-0 against Schalke 04) and Arminia Bielefeld (2-0 at VfB Stuttgart) did their job, Werder finished the season in 17th, which is his first direct landing place. (Service: German League Table)
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The change to interim coach Thomas Schaff faded completely, as the partially desolate Hanseatic League fell into direct relegation at the end of a month-long negative streak. The Bundesliga loses another glorified traditional club.
“At the moment it is difficult to say something. The players are sitting in the dressing room and there is absolute silence,” Schaff said. sky. “Unfortunately, we did not do it the way we wanted it. Of course, the goal we met is not going to help you.”
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Nicklas Musander also answered questions right after the final whistle. “It’s a very sad day for the whole city, for the club and for the fans,” said the confused Werder captain. sky. “We are very sorry to have relegated to First Division. Words are hard to find.”
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Gladbach missed a place in the Conference League under outgoing coach Marco Rose and had to deal with another disappointment.
Lars Stendel shocked the hosts in the third minute when he hit the ball in the lower right corner after a wonderful combination of Marcus Thuram and Stephan Linner.
In the 20th minute, Davey Silk missed a great opportunity to equalize when he failed to pass the ball over the line in front of the penalty area. (Reading game in the tape)
“It’s cool, it shouldn’t be,” Schaff commented sarcastically when he saw the scene on the screen. “We missed a big opportunity,” Schaff said. “We would have needed that to build our self-image.”
On the change of coach, Schaff said, “We tried to make a change, but it didn’t work. This bothers me the most.”
Werder recovered, but remained harmless in front of Yan Somer’s chest. Shortly after the start of the second half, the Colts inflicted the next blow to the neck when Marcus Thuram increased a counterattack to make the Colts 2-0. (Service: Results and Schedule)
Then Ramy Bensbini (58) and Florian Newhouse (67) put the cap on the match.
Caffe return faded
Milot Rashica and Nickls Füllkrug (82nd) were just cosmetic.
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Schaff, a two-time winner in 2004, had been hoping the overwhelming support from his team would give his team another boost. After separating from Florian Kohfeldt last Sunday, the club icon asked to extract strength from the tension.
After the shock of early disability, the 60-year-old realized the fighting elements of his team 2,934 days after his last match as Werder’s coach, but Borussia looked more organized.
With Sports Information Service (SID)