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Against Red Devils and 45,000 fans: Dynamo expects hell in Lautern

Against Red Devils and 45,000 fans: Dynamo expects hell in Lautern
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Against Red Devils and 45,000 fans: Dynamo expects hell in Lautern

“Hell” Betzenberg! A hot dance awaits Dynamo Dresden in the first of the two relegation games in the Fritz-Walter-Stadion against 1. FC Kaiserslautern.

Kaiserslautern/Dresden – Loosely based on Wolle Petry: It’s going to be crazy! Dynamo Dresden has to go to hell in the first of the two games in the fight for relegation. Around 45,000 fans of the 1 FC Kaiserslautern will prepare a hot dance for the SGD in the Fritz-Walter-Stadion.

The majority of the more than 48,000 fans on the Betzenberg will make hell hot for the SGD. © IMAGO/Hilmes

“These are two hot games that we will be prepared for,” announced Dynamo coach Guerino Capretti (40) in his always calm manner. There were also no loud declarations of war from the FCK side immediately after the defeat at Viktoria Köln.

That will certainly change in the next two weeks until kick-off on May 20th. Both fan camps have already verbally shot at each other online for the past two days.

The supporters of the two traditional clubs never had a great friendship anyway. At the latest after the posse about the Lauterer bankruptcy and the transfer fee from ex-dynamo Lucas Röser (28), which was largely cheated, all sympathy has probably evaporated.

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Almost 5,000 Dresden fans can buy tickets for the relegation first leg on the Betzenberg, sales start this Tuesday. It is to be hoped that, despite all the explosiveness and rivalry, things will remain peaceful.

“I know that we can totally rely on our fans. They will give us additional pushes,” explains Capretti. Unfortunately, that has not always been the case in recent years.

Sebastian Mai (2nd from right) headed Dynamo to a 1-0 win in their last encounter.

Sebastian Mai (2nd from right) headed Dynamo to a 1-0 win in their last encounter. © picture point/Sven Sunday

A negative highlight in 2013 was the riots of several hundred Dynamo fans when they tried to storm a neighboring block of spectators and demolished several fan buses after the game.

But since then it has been relatively quiet at Dresden guest games around the Fritz Walter Stadium. Last season no guest fans were allowed anyway, but the year before it was heated – at least from the starting point.

Both teams fought against relegation from the 2nd Bundesliga, but Dynamo won 1-0 with a late goal from Erich Berko (27). As a result, FCK only had a theoretical chance of staying up in the league and ultimately got relegated.

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Dynamo Dresden
Dynamo’s relegation opponent fires coach Marco Antwerpen, ex-Aue coach takes over!

Three and a half years later, the question arises again: who will play in the second division next year? Capretti definitely sees his team armed. She “accepted the situation. The team has the will and the strength to pull the thing through the relegation. We know that it depends on us to play in the 2nd Bundesliga next season.”

Not excluded that one or the other hit – including Wolle Petry – will roar from the dressing room.

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