You won 1-0 thanks to a goal from Daniel Bärwolf in the 76th minute. Hecking: That was in December 2003 and the pitch was frozen solid and hard to play on.
At that time could you see that a strong club was growing there?Silvio Adzic scored the only goal of the game at the perfect moment. Dating wien studenten DFB.de: In the semi-final you came up against Werder Bremen, who would later go on to win the Bundesliga and the Cup. Hecking: We were more angry about not getting to play them at home. Hecking: …and we had good chances to seal the game for ourselves.Since then there have been two insolvencies and demotion to the firth division.Hecking: In the subsequent two years Lübeck just missed out on promotion.
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In an exclusive interview with DFB.de, the 50-year-old recalls Lübeck’s dream campaign in the DFB Cup.DFB.de: Mr Hecking, what do you think of first when you look back on the 2003/04 season?Of course we never wished for the relegation later in the season.DFB.de: Was there a link between the success in the Cup and the failure in the league? When we played the semi-final we were okay in the league.Progressing to the semi-finals of the DFB Cup or relegation to the Regionalliga?
Dieter Hecking: The semi-final of the Cup comes first. Unfortunately we went out just before the final through a bit of bad luck.I do still follow all of my old clubs though, and Vf B Lübeck play in the same division of Wolfsburg’s reserves. Hecking: The conditions for professional football are present in Lübeck.DFB.de: Lübeck’s Stadion an der Lohmühle is rather small, but the club is still by far the most well known in the city of 200,000 people. The club first has to get to the third division, and that is difficult enough because the reserve teams of Bundesliga clubs in the Regionalliga are generally very good.DFB.de: After the match you said that Nelson Valdez’s winning goal was irregular. Valdez handled the ball to score – even if Bremen saw it differently. But at the end of the say we gave them a great fight as the underdogs. Otherwise Vf B Lübeck would’ve had a good prospect of establishing itself in the 2. DFB.de: At the end of the season in 2004 you left the club and moved to Alemannia Aachen.DFB.de: You’ve already mentioned that 10,000 people travelled to Bremen from Lübeck. At that time could you envisage what difficult times were to come for Vf B Lübeck?