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Rubin Kazan friendlies 'suspicious' - prosecutor

Europe news Jan 30, 2014
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Dynamo Dresden under pressure after rioting

Bundesliga news Dec 10, 2013
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 By PA Sport
Aug 18, 2014

Schalke fall in DFB-Pokal first round

Schalke's Roman Neustaedter questions the referee during the 2-1 DFB-Pokal loss to Dynamo Dresden.

Schalke became the biggest casualty of the first round of the DFB-Pokal on Monday night when they were beaten 2-1 by third division Dynamo Dresden.

The Royal Blues, who finished third in the Bundesliga last season, were never able to get a measure of a side who were relegated from the 2. Bundesliga in May, and they fell behind to goals from Justin Eilers and Nils Teixeira before launching a reaction.

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Joel Matip's late header made for an interesting final 10 minutes, but Dresden held on in front...

Jan 30, 2014

Rubin Kazan friendlies 'suspicious'

A leading prosecutor has told the dpa news agency that two friendlies involving Rubin Kazan contained “many indications of match-fixing.”

Leading German prosector Friedhelm Althans has said the games contained suspicious activity.
Leading German prosector Friedhelm Althans has said the games contained suspicious activity.

The games, which saw the Russian club lose 3-0 to Dynamo Dresden and 2-1 to SC Paderborn, took place earlier this month as the two German sides travelled to Turkey for winter training camps ahead of the 2. Bundesliga restart.

“Something looks suspicious,” prosecutor Friedhelm Althans, the head of the “Flankengott”...

Dec 10, 2013

Dresden under pressure after rioting

The Dynamo Dresden supporters that rioted have led to a discussion about the club possibly being banished from the German leagues.

Dresden fans injured 17 police and looted a supermarket ahead of their Bundesliga II away game at Arminia Bielefeld last Friday.

“The extent of the violence leaves us shocked. Once again, perpetrators of violence, dressed in black and yellow, ensured Dynamo is mentioned in the same breath as turmoil, riots and mayhem,” Dresden executive Christian Mueller...