Der FC Energie unterliegt unglücklich beim BFC Dynamo mit 1:2. Spielerisch überzeugte die Wollitz-Elf nahezu über die gesamte Spielzeit, in der ersten ...
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Benny Bellot, Anton Kanther und Ben Keßler mit ihren Meinungen zur 0:2-Heimniederlage gegen Halberstadt.
2. Spieltag 2021 die Fans des BFC Dynamo feiern den 2-1 Sieg gegen Cottbus in letzter Sekunde.
Chemie Leipzig bleibt in der Regionalliga ohne Sieg. Gegen Germania Halberstadt verloren die Sachsen ihr Heimspiel mit 0:2 und vergaben dabei meherere ...
Nach der 1:2 Niederlage des FC Energie Cottbus gegen den BFC Dynamo gab Kapitän Axel Borgmann seine Einschätzung zum Spiel ab. Mehr Nachrichten ...
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