Stuttgart vs Koln by Alexxx309
There was no big spendings like in other leagues,but smart buys are always apreciated.
Stutgart Inns: Emiliano Insua (Club Atletico de Madrid), Mitchell Langerak (Borussia Dortmund), Jan Kliment (FC Vysocina Jihlava), Przemyslaw Tyton (PSV Eindhoven), Lukas Rupp (SC Paderborn 07), Philip Heise (1. FC Heidenheim), Kevin Stöger (1. FC Kaiserslautern, loan return), Rasko Suljagic (FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk), Marco Rojas (FC Thun, loan return), Caniggia Ginola Elva (RC Strasbourg Alsace, loan return)
Outs: Gotoku Sakai (Hamburger SV), Konstantin Rausch (SV Darmstadt 98), Thorsten Kirschbaum (1. FC Nürnberg), Sven Ulreich (FC Bayern München), Robin Yalzin (Rizespor), Tim Leibold (1. FC Nürnberg), Joshua Kimmich (FC Bayern München, previously on loan at RB Leipzig), Karim Haggui (Fortuna Düsseldorf), Sercan Sararer (Fortuna Düsseldorf), Moritz Leitner (Borussia Dortmund, loan return), Oriol Romeu (Chelsea FC, loan return)
Stutgart finished at 14.place in last season,fighted for survival to the end,and succesed,ofcourse they dont want something same this year,but they need to prove their quality,what is obivius that team have,and with new signings they can do a lot.Scored 42 goals and conceded 60.
Very good prepration period for them,only one game losted,against Young Boys,result 4:1.
29 goals scored in 6 games in preseason,and 2-1 win in first round of DFB Pokal,when they win Holsten Kiel,solid team from 3.league,tough to beat at home,and again,scored,and conceded...
One big thing is win 4:2 against Manchester City...Well,its not easy to do that,especialy in first half !
Fast,and fluid game,coach is fan of that style and we can expect a lot of goals in this seasons from Stutgart!
With Kostic,Gincek ,and now new great signing Kliment,their atacking force is very simpatic.Defence is better with new arival Insua,but he is in last carrer years,so,his contribution will be seen in atack mostly.
Koln finished at 12.place in last season,and thats fine for them.
They was in problem with goals,in one moment their coach says:"goals from distance are alowed and players other than strikers are also alowed to score" ,but that wasnt funny in the moment of goal lacking.
34 scored and 40 conceded,very good defensive line,and poor atack...
But ,with new arival Modeste their atack is much dangerous,with Bitencourt on left side creativity is bigger and with Jojic on midfield long shots will be seen often,free kicks too,because of his good shoot with power.
Ins: Leonardo Bittencourt (Hannover 96), Frederik Sörensen (Juventus), Milos Jojic (Borussia Dortmund), Anthony Modeste (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim), Philipp Hosiner (Stade Rennes, loan), Dominique Heintz (1. FC Kaiserslautern), Maurice Exslager (SV Darmstadt 98, loan return), Simon Zoller (1. FC Kaiserlautern, loan return), Bruno Nascimento (C.D. Tondela, loan return)
Outs: Miso Brecko (1. FC Nürnberg), Bruno Nascimento (C.D. Tondela, loan), Kevin Wimmer (Tottenham Hotspur FC), Thomas Bröker (MSV Duisburg), Deyverson (CF Os Belenenses, loan return), Maximilian Thiel (1. FC Union Berlin), Adam Matuschyk (Eintracht Braunschweig), Anthony Ujah (SV Werder Bremen), Daniel Halfar (1. FC Kaiserslautern), Patrick Helmes (retired)
In this game,as starting one,I expect to see booth teams to looking for a win.This can go in big over game at the end,because of motivation to do something good.Koln will not defend only,with new players they can do a lot in atack,and Stutgart with boosted atacking mentality wants goals,and they just looking to Wolfsburg in that part of the game.Good luck,good odds.
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