Werder Bremen

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2020/2021

Werder Bremen

In


Leonardo Bittencourt(mid) (Hoffenheim); Omer Toprak(def) (Borussia Dortmund); Felix Agu(def) (Osnabruck); Johan Mina(mid) (Emelec); Patrick Erras(mid) (Nurnberg); Tahith Chong(mid) (Manchester United - Loan)

Out


Nuri Sahin(sp)(mid) (Antalyaspor); Fin Bartels(sp)(mid) (Holstein Kiel); Jan-Niklas Beste(def) (Jahn Regensburg - Loan); Benjamin Goller(mid)(Karlsruher - Loan); Felix Beijmo(def) (Malmo); Luca Plogmann(gk) (SV Meppen); Claudio Pizarro(sp)(att) (Retired); Sebastian Langkamp(r)(def) (Released); Philipp Bargfrede(r)(mid) (Released); Kevin Vogt(r)(mid) (Hoffenheim - End of Loan)

Werder Bremen managed to avoid a major disappointment last season as they just about managed to salvage their Bundesliga status despite finishing in the bottom three before emerging victorious on away goals in the relegation playoffs. Florian Kohfeldt has held on to his job despite the poor campaign last season but the upcoming campaign could be a promising one for Bremen who have been in good form during the pre-season, winning all of their seven friendlies while impressing both in the attack and at the back. With respect to arrivals, Bremen have converted Bittencourt and Toprak's loan deals into a permanent move while also bringing in Tahith Chong on loan from Manchester United with the Dutch winger expected to provide creativity down the flanks. Patrick Erras is the only other major acquisition in the transfer window and will be replacing Philipp Bargfrede in the midfield. With Pizarro, Langkamp, Bartels and Sahin also leaving during the off-season, Bremen have lost experience in their squad but Kohfeldt will be confident that a younger squad will help ensure a far more comfortable campaign this season, though key to their success will be their ability to keep players fit, something which they struggled to do so last season.

Target


Staying well clear of the relegation will be the immediate aim for Bremen though Kohfeldt will be looking to attempt a challenge for a place in the top half.

Season Review
2020/2021

№17: Werder Bremen

Werder Bremen's 40-year stay in the Bundesliga is over as a dismal second half of the season saw them get relegated following a defeat on the final day of the season. The campaign had started on a good note for Bremen who overcame an opening day defeat to go on a seven-match unbeaten run that saw them sit around the European qualification spots. However, failure to keep their opponents out, with Bremen managing just six cleansheets over the campaign, and struggles up front meant Bremen slowly slid down the table as the second half of the season approached. A brief return to form at the turn of the year raised hopes of a push for a place in the top half but their form collapsed in the final weeks as a return of just one point from their final 10 games, which included a defeat in their last match which they needed to win, meant they were relegated to the 2. Bundesliga. By the time the final matchday approached, Bremen had let go of Florian Kohfeldt and appointed Thomas Schaaf on an interim basis but the move did not work out for the final game. Kohfeldt was handicapped by injuries to key players as the season progressed, especially up front and at the back, with Fullkrug and Selke limited to 10 and 7 starts respectively while recurring injuries meant he was unable to field a settled backline. Maximilian Eggestein and Ludwig Augustinsson were the most consistent players for Bremen while Sargent also chipped in with some good displays but the rest of the team played well below their potential and were unable to prevent their slide into the second division. There are expected to be departures ahead of the next season while Bremen are yet to appoint a permanent successor to Kohfeldt, something which they need to do quickly in order to give the new coach time to reshape the squad and get them ready for immediate return to the top flight.


Player of the Season: Maximilian Eggestein

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