Munich / Dresden – 1. FC Kaiserslautern won relegation to Dinamo Dresden and celebrates promotion to the second division.
After winning 2-0 in the state capital of Saxony, the Palatinate is playing in the lower house for the first time in four years. The mood among the players and coach Dirk Schuster was euphoric in return.
On the other hand, Demo Dresden coach Guerino Capretti was disappointed.
Dynamo Dresden vs. 1. FC Kaiserslautern: Game Sounds
Dirk Schuster, Coach 1. Kaiserslautern
“We put everything in this match together. But we also knew that Dynamo were trying everything to stay in the second division here. We saw each other well in the first half. The Dresdeners only conceded when they made mistakes. There was a little problem on the right side of the game. Defense. But it got better in the second half because we pulled ourselves together and made some adjustments. Then we made it 1-0, and after that it was rolled back. We also allowed one or two dynamos. They could also make it 1-1 there. You have to admit it honestly. It was 2 -0 end of it. I just want to thank the players for this great performance and the great season they played. Marco Antwerp also made his contribution, leading the team to relegation. Today we completed what he helped prepare for. 1. FC Kaiserslautern in D League Two is a great feeling” .
…to the fans in Kaiserslautern: “It was great how you supported us. You were in a great mood.”
Terrence Boyd, 1. FC Kaiserslautern striker
“Respect for Dynamo Dresden. They are two traditional teams with a strong fan base. You haven’t seen that. There is one or another second division club that can’t show it. That’s why it’s a shame they have to go down now. be violent. Respect Dresden fans. Respect the Dresden team. Now to us. I’m new here. I can’t yet figure out what this means for the city and region. “I’m just relieved and proud. A sleeping giant Kaiserslautern is slowly getting up now. We started really well, everyone did a great job. We gave it up a bit at the end of the first half. But the second half was just a lifeline. I can’t believe any of it. It’s just great.” “.
…to over 7,500 Kaiserslautern fans: “It’s not normal. He’s mentally ill. I think tomorrow is a holiday. We’re really proud.”
Jan Zimmer, defender 1. FC Kaiserslautern
“Today you can see that we are a unit. No matter how we played. At the beginning of the season, when she was asleep, we were already a unit. We continued to grow together over the course of the season. What are the boys doing in the curve I’ve made in the past few weeks.”
Rene Klingenberg, midfielder 1. Kaiserslautern
“Now you realize the whole season, all the pressure and stress that you and your family put on us. We had a vision with the old coaches Marco Antwerp and Frank Dauber. Then that dream became the goal. I am at this point, we must dedicate this promotion to our old coaches. We paid. Now we’ll be enjoying the party and glad FCK is back where it belongs – if not higher.”
Guerino Capretti, coach of Dinamo Dresden
“The disappointment is big. We have big plans. It was another tough match. You just need a little luck. We had another big chance after going 0-1. If you go in, you get it again. That energy you need for this game. We don’t. With that stuff. It runs like a red thread over the past few games. The boys put themselves in good finishing positions. The thing just needs to be pushed over the line. Unfortunately, we didn’t work out again. It’s really hard to delve into the analysis now after so many negative feelings. I’m sad Extremely. “
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