Florian Kohfeldt keeps emphasising how important it is for him to never be completely satisfied. “We’ve always got to be dissatisfied, deep down. We must keep working hard every day to improve,” states the Coach. He’s clearly striving for more, as are the whole team.
Hannover, Stuttgart, Mainz, Hoffenheim, Berlin, Wolfsburg, Hamburg, Cologne, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Dortmund, Leverkusen and Hannover again. 13 teams have come to the Weserstadion trying to beat SV Werder Bremen and 13 teams have failed. The Green-Whites have become a force to be reckoned with on home turf. 1. FC Nürnberg make the trip to Bremen on Sunday, and will try to avoid becoming number 14....
Florian Kohfeldt is looking forward to this weekend. He has a large group of players to choose from, but can only select 18 for the Werder’s second home game of the season. Both in defence and attack, the competition for places is already extremely intense.
True friendship: Clemens Fritz and Per Mertesacker have more than just football in common. The two were roommates for the whole five years they had together at Werder. “Clemens is one of the few true friends I’ve made during my footballing career,” said Mertesacker. The defender also spoke about the funny side of the pair’s friendship: “I had no sense of fashion at all when I met Clemens.” “It’s...
Milot Raschica’s free-kick at Eintracht Frankfurt will be remembered by Werder fans for a long time, but the image of an injured Jiri Pavlenka will not be forgotten quite so easily. Werder’s number one lay dazed on the pitch for several minutes after a collision with Frankfurt’s Mijat Gaćinović. He was, however, lucky in this accident. He didn’t suffer any broken bones, any wounds and has made a...
SV Werder Bremen will face SC Weiche Flensburg on Wednesday 31st October in the second round of the DFB-Pokal.
The new season has begun and FIFA 19 is almost upon us! With the release of the FIFA 19 demo come Werder Bremen’s player ratings. Which Green-Whites are sprinting ahead of the pack? Max Kruse and Jiri Pavlenka of course.
Fin Bartels has had to push through 274 days of rehabilitation after picking up his injury in the Winter. On Wednesday, Werder’s attacking ace rejoined first team training and is almost back to where he wants to be: on the pitch at the Weser-Stadion. He spoke to WERDER.DE about his recovery.
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