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De Guzman vs. Hirshfeld, July 26th


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Hannover's squad was released yesterday. Not too much competition for De Guzman in midfield, though apparently Hannover signed an additional defensive midfielder today who is not listed here. If Canada does not make it to the Gold Cup final with Lars & Julian in the squad, the two may face each other on July 26th.

GM: Ricardo Moar

Head Coach: Ralf Rangnick (2005, since 7/2001)

Main sponsor: TUI (travel company)

Internet: www.hannover96.de

Budget: 25 M

Season Aim: Rank 13 (first season it was avoiding relegation on rank 15, now it is a two spots jump per season)

New: Marco Rose (Mainz, end of loan), Babacar N’Diaye (St Pauli, end of loan), Thomas Christiansen (Bochum, 1.5 M), Marc Ziegler (Austria Vienna, loan)

Leaving: Jörg Sievers (management), Carsten Linke (career end), Conor Casey (Karlsruhe), Thorsten Nehrbauer (Saarbrücken), Fredi Bobic (Hertha), Gheorghe Popescu (career end), Kai Oswald (Duisburg, loan), Timo Ochs, Markus Schuler

Goal: Gerhard Tremmel, Daniel Haas, Marc Ziegler

Defence: Dariusz Zuraw, Dame Diouf, Marc van Hintum, Markus Schuler, Steven Cherundolo, Kostas Konstantinidis, Vinicius, Marco Rose

Midfield: Altin Lala, Nebosja Krupnikovic, Daniel Stefulj, Julian de Guzman, Björn Lindemann

Offence: Daniel Stendel, Jiri Stajner, Jiri Kaufman, Blaise N’Kufo, Mohammadou Idrissou, Aleksandar Kotuljac, Babacar N’Diaye, Thomas Christiansen

Training Camps: June 27 – July 4 in Fleesensee/Germany; July 14-22 in Kaprun, Austria

Scheduled Friendlies: June 26, Ramlingen; July 2, Malchow; July 7/8, Tournament in Basle; July 10, Slavia Prague in Ilten; July 26, Tottenham Hotspurs at home

Even the wolf can learn. Even the sheep can turn. Even the frog can become at last the prince. - Peter Hammill, Over (1977)

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