Good update some solid transfers and hopefully you can get some more good results with them.
January 2014: No Rest For The Wickedhttp://www.bundesliga.de/media/images/imported/images/00_vereinsbilder/dresden/robert_koch_laessig_389.variant628x353.jpg
Focus: Robert Koch Looks On Against Estudiantes
v Estudiantes (3-0)
Sandoval (x2), Fiel
v AA Gent (3-0)
Kempe, Aoudia, Dedic
v FC Bayern II (2-0)
With manager Tony Young determined to keep his side focussed over the mid-season break, Dresden were hard at work while the other teams in the league take a break, ahead of the final 15 games of the season.
Against Argentinian side Estudiantes, Leandro Sandoval, a new signing from the Argie side, came back to haunt the side who kept him in the reserves for two years, as he broke repeatedly against the defence, scoring twice. Youngster Felix Richter also played a major part in the match, setting up one of Sandoval's goals, and also providing a sublime assist for the side's 3rd goal; laying the ball back across the goalmouth for Fiel to rattle past the flat-footed goalkeeper.
The second match of the month, against AA Gent, was a relatively easy game for Dresden, as goals from Kempe, Auodia and Dedic saw off the weak challenge of the Belgian side. Overall, the standard of play on show from Dresden was high; the passing game which Tony Young has been so fond of, showing that it is truly paying off.
In the final match of the triple-header, Bayern Munich's reserve side came to town, but were not expecting the onslaught that Dresden threw at them. New loan signing Marti Riverola took on 3 Munich players before lifting the ball over Andreas Rossl in the Munich goal. Dresden's defence held strong, despite several good Munich attacks, and Robert Koch scored a sublime volley from 30 yards to seal the deal, and seal an unbeaten month for Dresden, ahead of the second half of the campaign.