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Wolfsburg 3 Hoffenheim 0
« Reply #20 on: December 14, 2014, 08:03:23 PM »
VfL Wolfsburg 3 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 0 (2-0), Matchday 13, 14-12-2014
Spectators: 1127
Yellow cards: Popp, Fischer, Wolfsburg; F. Dongus, Breitner, Hoffenheim
Goals: 1-0 Goeßling 26, 2-0 Wensing 34, 3-0 Müller 54.

VfL Wolfsburg:
Schult –
Wensing, Peter, Fischer, Maritz –
Goeßling, Bernauer –
Müller, Magull (60 Kerschowski), Blässe (67 Jakabfi) –
Popp (83 Wagner).

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim:
Tufekovic –
Weiss, T. Dongus, Demann, Pankratz –
Moser, Breitner (79 Steinert), F. Dongus (63 Harsch), Betz, Stoller –
Zeller (77 Fühner).
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CL QF set up
« Reply #22 on: January 28, 2015, 06:34:54 PM »
Wolfsburg's quarter-final tie in the Champions League has been set up.

Wolfsburg will meet the Swedish champions Rosengård on Sunday March 22 at home in Wolfsburg's new AOK Stadium with an 18.00 kickoff, and the return match in Malmö is on Saturday March 28 kicking off at 15.00.  Both matches will be covered live on Eurosport (whether this is also on UK Eurosport is uncertain).  

https://www.vfl-wolfsburg.de/info/frauen/aktuelles/detailseite/artikel/viertelfinale-terminiert.html
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Wolfsburg start again with a win
« Reply #23 on: February 15, 2015, 05:17:25 PM »
On Sunday Wolfsburg played their first official match on their new home pitch, AOK Stadium.  It ended in a 5-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen.

The new arena can seat 5200.  Three kilometres from the city's central station, it will be used by the club's women's team and the men's Under-23s.  The women had a dream start, with the first goal scored by Martina Müller after 32 minutes and a second by Lena Goeßling just after half time.  There were further goals by Alex Popp and Yuki Ogimi before a last one by Müller at the end.

Caroline Graham Hansen sat on the bench while new signing Julia Simic made her debut and played the full 90 minutes.  Wolfsburg have kept their place at the top of the table, two points ahead of Bayern Munich who won 1-2 away at Hoffenheim today, where Nora Holstad Berge sat the match out with a non-serious ankle injury.  Hansen has had an episode of jumper's knee, with recovery training like this: http://instagram.com/p/yhEol0KDRq/  

The new stadium: https://www.vfl-wolfsburg.de/info/arena/aok-stadion.html

Andreas Kristoffer Berge http://www.fotballmagasinet.no/?mode=news&id=28484  

Pre-match video: http://tv.dfb.de/video/vfl-wolfsburg-vor-dem-rueckrundenstart/10359/
Highlights of this match: http://tv.dfb.de/video/highlights-vfl-wolfsburg-vs-bayer-04-leverkusen/10367/
Highlights of Frankfurt-Potsdam match with a double penalty save by Desiree Schumann:
http://tv.dfb.de/video/highlights-1-ffc-frankfurt-vs-1-ffc-turbine-potsdam/10360/
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Bayern München v VfL Wolfsburg on Sunday
« Reply #24 on: February 19, 2015, 06:27:07 PM »
Matchday 15, Feb. 22, Germany's two top teams, live on dfb.de - 14.00 kickoff:
http://tv.dfb.de/video/frauen-bundesliga-bayern-muenchen-vfl-wolfsburg-live/10286/
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Re: VfL Wolfsburg
« Reply #25 on: February 19, 2015, 07:15:50 PM »
Was excited until I did the time change math.  Unfortunately have a commitment, hope it can get streamed somewhere after the fact.

After the two month winter break Bayern beat Hoffenheim 2-1 on Sunday with Tinja-Riikka Korpela in net.

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Re: VfL Wolfsburg
« Reply #26 on: February 22, 2015, 11:14:21 AM »
Was excited until I did the time change math.  Unfortunately have a commitment, hope it can get streamed somewhere after the fact.
I think you will be OK with that, the matches are normally on there afterwards.
Bayern's prematch video: http://tv.dfb.de/video/bayern-muenchen-vs-vfl-wolfsburg/10375/
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Bayern Munich - VfL Wolfsburg
« Reply #27 on: February 22, 2015, 01:57:58 PM »
0-0 at half time today with few chances to either side, but the whole thing played at a high tempo with plenty of entertainment.  

An unusual episode came after 28 minutes when the referee awarded Bayern an indirect free kick - five yards inside Wolfsburg's penalty spot, just outside the 6-yard line.  Plenty of worried faces as the Wolfsburg players lined up along the goal line.  They charged as soon as the whistle went, and the ball was cleared to the side by keeper Schult.

0-0 was also the final score.  Bayern Munich can be pleased with a point after the second half, while Wolfsburg might think they dropped points.  Vanessa Bernauer had the biggest chance for Wolfsburg, with a point-blank save from Tinja Riika Korpela that went out via the crossbar.

Neither Caroline Graham Hansen nor Nora Holstad Berge started the match.      

Bayern Munich 0 VfL Wolfsburg 0, Matchday 15, 22-02-2015
Spectators: 2721

FC Bayern München:
Korpela –
Lewandowski, Abbe, Schnaderbeck, Manieri, Maier –
Behringer, Leupolz –
Brynjarsdottir –
Bürki (61 Beckmann), Stengel (68 Miedema).

VfL Wolfsburg:
Schult –
Wensing, Peter, Fischer, Bunte –
Blässe (70 I. Kerschowski), Bernauer, Goeßling, Müller (90+1 Simic) –
Ogimi (57 Faißt), Popp.

Highlights: http://tv.dfb.de/video/fc-bayern-muenchen-vs-vfl-wolfsburg-highlights/10390/
Full match video: http://tv.dfb.de/video/fc-bayern-muenchen-vs-vfl-wolfsburg/10389/
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Wolfsburg v Duisburg this evening
« Reply #28 on: February 27, 2015, 12:27:23 PM »
Matchday 16 gets under way on Friday with the Wolfsburg-Duisburg match which will be shown live online.

Babette Peter and Lena Goessling played already in the Bundesliga match against Bayern Munich.  Caroline Hansen and Zsanett Jakabfi are in football training again, so trainer Ralf Kellermann must plan without only Nadine Kessler, Maren Tetzlaff, Viola Odebrecht and Laura Vetterlein who have long-term injuries.

Wolfsburg:
Schult -
Wensing, Fischer, Peter, Maritz -
Jakabfi (Faisst 57), Bernauer, Goessling, Müller (Ogimi 62) -
Popp (Hansen 72), Simic.

1-0 Bernauer 2
2-0 Wensing 21
3-0 Fischer 36
4-0 Popp 47
5-0 Jakabfi 55
6-0 Goessling (pen) 65
7-0 Goessling 76

Full match: http://tv.dfb.de/video/vfl-wolfsburg-vs-msv-duisburg/10440/
Highlights: http://tv.dfb.de/video/vfl-wolfsburg-vs-msv-duisburg-highlights/10441/
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Re: VfL Wolfsburg
« Reply #29 on: February 27, 2015, 06:27:12 PM »
6-0... a player from Duisburg was just about 15m offside.

Here comes Hansen for Popp at 72 minutes.

Four minutes in and she does her signature goal line raid with no room to maneuver to the side of the post and dish top of the box, the same one she did against the Belgians at Ullevaal.  The receiver bonked but it ended up on Goessling's foot who turned the goalkeeper into a flying Wallenda waving at the breeze.  Her diminutive stature was fortunate, I think Schult would have just reached up and caught it.
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Re: VfL Wolfsburg
« Reply #30 on: February 27, 2015, 10:06:57 PM »
Here comes Hansen for Popp at 72 minutes.  Four minutes in and she does her signature goal line raid with no room to maneuver to the side of the post and dish top of the box, the same one she did against the Belgians at Ullevaal.  The receiver bonked but it ended up on Goessling's foot who turned the goalkeeper into a flying Wallenda waving at the breeze.  Her diminutive stature was fortunate, I think Schult would have just reached up and caught it.
I enjoyed watching that.  Bernauer and Goessling were the best players but there were many good performances.  Yuki Ogimi came in as a sub after an hour . . . . that is pure swagger by Kellerman :) . . good to see Caro on for 20 minutes and testing the machinery at long last.  Her little run along the by line caused panic and left Goessling all the time and space needed to line up the shot for 7-0.  
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Yuki Ogimi's transfer to Wolfsburg
« Reply #31 on: February 27, 2015, 10:38:21 PM »
It was probably the most spectacular transfer during the winter break in the Alliance Women's Bundesliga. Double winners and league leaders VfL Wolfsburg have brought off a feat by signing Yuki Ogimi.  The 27-year-old Japanese World Cup holder comes from Chelsea and has previously played for Turbine Potsdam mong other clubs.  Before the match today she gives her thoughts after the transfer.

First impressions at VfL Wolfsburg?  Very positive.  Everything is incredibly professional.  The level is high and I am happy that I made the decision.  I am not yet entirely satisfied with my own performance and feel there must be more to come.

The reasons for coming back to the Alliance Women's Bundesliga?  Football in England did not suit me very well.  They use a lot of long play and because of that I could not influence the game as I wished.  In addition, the league there is currently in development which is absolutely not the case in Germany.

Your goals with VfL Wolfsburg?  My top goal is to develop something every day and I am convinced everything will happen naturally.  It's my aim to get as many titles as possible.  The stakes in the Alliance Women's Bundesliga are high.  We are still in the DFB Cup, we are in the Champions League quarter-finals.  The triple would be a dream.

Today's game against MSV Duisburg? We should not underestimate Duisburg even if they are currently second-last in the table.  I am convinced that they have potential.  In Germany there are really no easy games and we must be highly concentrated to take the three points every time, which is important because Bayern Munich are right on our heels.

Your time at Chelsea?  It was instructive and certainly not bad that I went there.  When I look back now, I can say that it was a good time.  However I quickly realized that I love football in Germany and that something is missing from it in England.  I'm glad to be back.

http://www.dfb.de/allianz-frauen-bundesliga/news-detail/yuki-ogimi-das-triple-waere-ein-traum-117080/
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Re: VfL Wolfsburg
« Reply #32 on: March 08, 2015, 09:26:35 PM »
Wolfsburg sign Jensen, Glasgow add Montgomery
Published: Thursday 5 March 2015, 15.46CET



VfL Wolfsburg have signed forward Synne Jensen and Glasgow City FC have added midfielder Kerry Montgomery with the quarter-finals just over two weeks away.

VfL Wolfsburg and Glasgow City FC have both dipped into the transfer market with the first legs of the UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-finals just over a fortnight away.

Holders Wolfsburg have added Norway Under-19 forward Synne Jensen on a three-year deal. The 19-year-old was out of contract having previously played for Kolbotn IL and LSK Kvinner.

"It's an honour to get this chance to play for VfL Wolfsburg," she said. "During a visit I saw how professional the club and the work in training is. VfL is the ideal place for me to develop further, as a player and as a person."

Coach Ralf Kellermann, whose team face FC Rosengård  on 22 and 28 March in the quarter-finals, continued: "With Synne Jensen, VfL will gain a young prospect. We want to introduce her to the first team in the medium term and regard this signing as an investment for the future. We think Synne Jensen has enormous potential to develop further."

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Luisa Wensing injured
« Reply #33 on: March 13, 2015, 10:17:50 PM »
VfL Wolfsburg will be without right-back Luisa Wensing following surgery for a broken fibula with complications, sustained while playing for Germany at the Algarve Cup.  

She is expected to be off the field for an extended period estimated as three months.  "This is of course a whole new situation for me but I have had great support which has given me strength and motivation", said 22-year-old Wensing.

https://www.vfl-wolfsburg.de/info/frauen.html

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Turbine Potsdam 2 Wolfsburg 0
« Reply #34 on: March 15, 2015, 04:14:07 PM »
A match which saw five yellow cards, four of them to Wolfsburg, ended in a 2-0 win to Turbine on Sunday afternoon.  The goals were scored by Genoveva Añonma and Nataša Andonova late in the game.

Turbine Potsdam 2 VfL Wolfsburg 0 (0-0), matchday 17, Karl-Liebknecht-Stadion, Potsdam, 15-03-2015
Spectators: 3280
Ref: Moiken Wolk (Worms)
Yellow cards: Elsig (Turbine); Bernauer, Blässe, Maritz, Goeßling (Wolfsburg)
Goals: Genoveva Añonma 78, Nataša Andonova 88.

Turbine Potsdam:
Fei Wang -
Inka Wesely, Johanna Elsig, Nina Pedersen -
Jennifer Cramer, Tabea Kemme, Lia Wälti, Asano Nagasato -
Lisa Evans (Nataša Andonova 87), Pauline Bremer, Genoveva Añonma (Jennifer Zietz 90).

VfL Wolfsburg:
Almut Schult -
Noelle Maritz (Yuki Ogimi 82), Nilla Fischer, Babett Peter, Stephanie Bunte -
Vanessa Bernauer, Lena Goeßling, Julia Šimić, Anna Blässe (Isabel Kerschowski 46) -
Alexandra Popp, Martina Müller (Caroline Hansen 72).  

http://www.dfb.de/allianz-frauen-bundesliga/spieltagtabelle/?spieledb_path=%2Fmatches%2F2213248
Full match video: http://tv.dfb.de/video/1-ffc-turbine-potsdam-vfl-wolfsburg/10548/
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Re: VfL Wolfsburg
« Reply #35 on: March 16, 2015, 12:47:18 AM »
Apparently losing Wensing and Kessler has a significant impact.

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Wolfsburg in the Cup Final
« Reply #36 on: April 02, 2015, 10:44:54 PM »
Freiburg-Wolfsburg 2-4 after extra time (0-0; 1-1), Cup semifinal, 01-04-2015
Referee: Katrin Rafalski
Yellow card: Blässe, Hansen, Wolfsburg; Aschauer, Freiburg
Yellow-Red: Clark, Freiburg
Goals: 0-1 Müller 60, 1-1 Clark 62, 1-2 Ogimi 103, 1-3 Hansen 107, 2-3 Hegenauer 111, 2-4 Blässe 119.

SC Freiburg:
Benkarth –
Hegenauer, Clark, Puntigam, Aschauer –
Arnold, Däbritz, Maier, Starke –
Petermann (Streng), Kayikci
 
VfL Wolfsburg:
Almuth Schult –
Anna Blässe, Nilla Fischer, Babett Peter, Stephanie Bunte –
Verena Faißt (60 Isabell Kerschowski), Julia Simic (86 Lina Magull), Vanessa Bernauer, Caroline Graham Hansen –
Martine Müller (99 Yuki Ogimi), Alex Popp.

https://www.vfl-wolfsburg.de/info/frauen/aktuelles/detailseite/artikel/vfl-frauen-kaempfen-sich-ins-finale.html

Highlights: http://www.dfb.de/dfb-pokal-der-frauen/news-detail/?tx_news_pi1%5Bnews%5D=119895&cHash=47a631a2574b8ad976432e118a0f3c2a

Video match report: http://www.swr.de/landesschau-aktuell/sport/fussball-dfb-pokal-frauen-freiburgerinnen-scheitern-im-halbfinale/-/id=13831144/did=15322444/nid=13831144/1fwo2l5/index.html

Isabell Kerchowski with Yuki Ogimi:

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Wolfsburg 10 Herforder 0
« Reply #37 on: April 17, 2015, 11:11:15 PM »
Wolfsburg took an overwhelming win tonight in the last home match of the 2014-15 season as Herforder went under the steamroller.  Hansen, Ogimi, Popp and Kerchowski scored two goals each.  18-year old Joelle Wedemeyer, an Under-20 world champion, made her debut when she substituted for Nilla Fischer.

The 1115 spectators did not have to wait long before Caroline Hansen came round the back line almost single-handed to score the first goal after ten minutes.  Two minutes later Yuki Ogimi placed a long ball from Stephanie Bunte into goal.  Alexandra Popp headed the ball on to the crossbar but a few minutes later succeeded with another header, after a cross from Hansen, who also assisted the fourth goal by Lina Magull after 30 minutes.

Herforder had little to answer with, and Popp scored her second goal five minutes later from a cross by Kerchowski; Hansen scored her second after 40 minutes, another solo effort for 6-0, and 7-0 came up with a goal by Kerchowski assisted by Magull just before half time.

Wolfsburg continued to dominate in the second half but with a slightly lower tempo.  Substitute Julia Simic scored with a header off a pass by Kerchowski in the 53rd minute, but there were no more goals until Kerchowski's second one after she combined with Magull to go forward in the 87th minute.  Right at the end Ogimi scored the tenth from the edge of the box.

Wolfsburg 10 Herforder 0 (7-0), Matchday 20, AOK stadium Wolfsburg, 17-04-2015
Spectators: 1115
Goals: Caroline Hansen 10, Yuki Ogimi 12, Alex Popp 23, Lina Magull 30, Popp 35, Hansen 40, Isabell Kerschowski 42, Julia Simic 53, Kerschowski 87, Ogimi 89.

VfL Wolfsburg:
Almuth Schult –
Noelle Maritz, Nilla Fischer (75 Joelle Wedemeyer), Babett Peter, Stephanie Bunte –
Selina Wagner, Lina Magull –
Caroline Hansen (46 Zsanett Jakabfi), Alexandra Popp (46 Julia Simic), Isabel Kerschowski –
Yuki Ogimi,

Herforder SV:
Abt –
Davis, Grove, Göllner, Hackmann –
Lösch –
Schulte (71 Harbert), Schaaf (71 Knipp)–
Julevic –
Nesse (71 Lagaris), Ronzetti.

https://www.vfl-wolfsburg.de/info/frauen/aktuelles/detailseite/artikel/torhungrige-woelfinnen-37421.html

Previous matches:
Wolfsburg-Sand 18-03-15 highlights: http://tv.dfb.de/video/highlights-vfl-wolfsburg-vs-sc-sand/10580/
Jena-Wolfsburg 12-04-15 highlights: http://tv.dfb.de/video/highlights-ff-usv-jena-vs-vfl-wolfsburg/10834/

All the goals in Matchday 20: http://tv.dfb.de/video/torshow-vom-20-spieltag/10872/

Caro "will be ready for World Cup": http://www.womensfootball.eu/forum/index.php/topic,8106.msg82420.html#msg82420


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Champions League semi tonight
« Reply #38 on: April 18, 2015, 02:35:31 PM »
VfL Wolfsburg met Paris St Germain at home at the AOK stadium on Saturday.  PSG scored twice in the first half.

In the second half PSG were determined to get the ball without worrying whose feet got trodden on or who had to take an elbow in the face.  Ralf Kellermann was sent off for complaining about the high level of casual violence and in the 85th minute Hamraoui was red-carded for flooring Bernauer with a backward punch, but that was really too little, too late and the match was already out of control.  

Wolfsburg comments: In their 25th match in the UEFA Women's Champions League VfL ​​women suffered their first defeat.  Against Paris St. Germain they could not reach their top form and lost 0-2.  Caroline Hansen admitted after the game that Paris deserved to win.  "They were the better team today", said the Norwegian after the game.  "I'm still very confident that we can win the second leg.  PSG are a good team, we know that.  If we play at our top level in Paris we can win."

Almuth Schult had to rest with a calf injury, so Merle Frohms had to keep goal for the first time in first-class football.  "I was very excited, but I always need the adrenaline rush", said the 20-year-old.  Along with coach Ralf Kellermann and teammate Caroline Hansen the young keeper is sure that the team is still in with a chance of qualifying.  "We now know how to adapt to PSG.  We know that we still have a lot of potential and we were not one hundred percent today.  A win is quite feasible and that's why we are quite optimistic about the second leg".  https://www.vfl-wolfsburg.de/info/frauen/aktuelles/detailseite/artikel/verdient-verloren-37509.html

Wolfsburg 0 PSG 2, Champions League semifinal first leg, 19-04-2015
Referee: Pernille Larsson (Sweden)
Spectators: 3423
Yellow card: Houara
Red card: Hamraoui
Goals: Sabrina Delannoy (pen) 10, Shirley Cruz 28.

VfL Wolfsburg:
Merle Frohms –
Anna Blässe, Nilla Fischer, Babett Peter, Noelle Maritz –
Lina Magull (46 Julia Simic), Vanessa Bernauer –
Caroline Hansen, Alex Popp, Martine Müller (68 Verena Faißt) –
Yuki Ogimi (46 Isabel Kerschowski)

First-half highlights: https://de.eurosport.yahoo.com/video/cl-highlights-psg-sieg-l-040700534.html?pb_list=189cc60e-696c-4c57-8d64-e14e4f764ea7
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SGS Essen 0 VfL Wolfsburg 4
« Reply #39 on: April 22, 2015, 06:10:17 PM »
Wolfsburg had Almuth Schult and Lena Goeßling back from injury on Wednesday evening and were 0-1 at half time with the goal scored by Vanessa Bernauer off a corner kick.  Later in the first half Bernauer got a shot on target after a cross from Hansen on the left, but the Essen keeper's outstretched foot deflected it out for a good save.  In the second half the match continued looking even for a while with Essen's Dallmann looking dangerous doing Cruyff turns in the Wolfsburg box, but Schult was unbeatable.

Then there were three quick goals which started when Caroline Hansen slipped the leash in the box on the right after taking a beautiful long pass from Bernauer in the midfield.  A few steps took her towards the 6-yard box and a short pass gave Alex Popp a tap-in for 0-2.  Soon after that Popp was in place to nod in a well aimed long free kick from centre-back Nilla Fischer.  Popp got in while the defenders and keeper waited for the ball to bounce.  

Yuki Ogimi came on as a substitute and Wolfsburg's fourth goal came up via Hansen-Popp-Ogimi.  Hansen went off after 75 minutes having played the full 90 at the weekend.

It was a good match and Essen put up good opposition for 60 minutes but in the end a comfortable win for the visitors.  Wolfsburg looked a lot happier than they looked on Saturday after the working-over they were given by PSG.

SGS Essen 0 VfL Wolfsburg 4 (0-1), matchday 21, 22-04-2015
Goals: Vanessa Bernauer 5 min; Alex Popp 54, 64; Yuki Ogimi 66.

Wolfsburg starters:
Almuth Schult -
Ana Blässe, Nilla Fischer (capt), Babett Peter, Stephanie Bunte -
Lena Goeßling, Vanessa Bernauer -
Caroline Hansen, Alexandra Popp, Verena Faißt -
Martine Müller.

Highlights: http://tv.dfb.de/video/highlights-sgs-essen-vs-vfl-wolfsburg/10893/
Full match: http://tv.dfb.de/video/sgs-essen-vs-vfl-wolfsburg/10892/
All the goals from round-21 (different camera angle): http://tv.dfb.de/video/torshow-vom-21-spieltag/10909/
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