Former captain Marco Hartmann: For Dresden refuses to lose! – Third Division

Former captain Marco Hartmann: For Dresden refuses to lose!  - Third Division

Their goal to make it 1-0 in June 2020 came with the only Dynamo win so far in Sandhausen. Marco Hartmann (34) has now ended his career. Before the next performance on Sunday (1.30 pm) at SVS, they spoke!

“It was not a good win,” Hartmann recalled in the “Rasengfluster” podcast by Radio Dresden sports reporter Jens Ambreit. “Because the second division relegation was sealed anyway.”

It is certainly not so far away tomorrow. Hartmann: “Still, it’s an important game that you absolutely shouldn’t lose. Now it’s up to Dynamo to deliver the results.”

The former beloved of the public has to do the same. Not on the pitch, however, at school: Qualified high school teacher (math/sports) has been doing his legal clerkship at Sports High School since March.

“Preparing for lessons and lessons is a real challenge. But I just find it fun,” says Harati.

From the summer he will take a one year break from school. Because then it’s on a long-planned trip around the world with wife and kids!

“The beginning is in Canada, which is already booked,” Hartman revealed. “After that there are a lot of ideas. The West Coast of the United States, Costa Rica, Mexico and Southeast Asia, New Zealand and Australia on the other side of the world. It will be a very intense time.”

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