Today he plays with Dynamo, but the lily is in his heart: Yannick Stark is looking forward to his former club

Dynamo Dresden’s deputy captain, Yannick Stark, has played for a long time for SV Darmstadt 98, and we’ll see you again on Sunday!

Dresden – Papa Jürgen was Yannick Stark’s (30) first coach at Bambinis. He is a big fan of SV Darmstadt 98 – As it should be for football lovers from Hesse. He will still do it on Sunday Dresden Dynamo Cross your fingers – and with her son, too.

Yannick Stark (30, right) with his father Jürgen – in an S-V Darmstadt shirt. Meanwhile, the father is also a fan of SG Dynamo. © imago sports photo service

For the vice-captain of Dresden, an appearance in Böllenfalltor is a return to his homeland. He was born and raised in Darmstadt with tulips planted in his heart.

“Of course I can’t say it’s a game like any other for me,” the 30-year-old said. As an SV professional, he played 111 matches, was promoted to the Bundesliga with Darmstadt in 2015 and scored eleven goals.

“I am looking forward to everything, the atmosphere, friends, acquaintances, family. They will all be on the field,” he said enthusiastically about the match.

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Stark hoped for a positive reception from fans, and he didn’t go there angrily either. His contract was not renewed in the spring of 2020, he went to Dresden.

“I couldn’t even say goodbye to the fans. At that time there were ghost games. That would be special. But first of all, the game is up front, I will focus completely on that. We want to give everything in terms of sports.”

The duel could take place again on Sunday: Yannick Stark (30, back) against Eric Berko (27) - just turned around.  Stark now plays for Dresden, and Berkow plays for Darmstadt.

The duel could take place again on Sunday: Yannick Stark (30, back) against Eric Berko (27) – just turned around. Stark now plays for Dresden, and Berkow plays for Darmstadt. © Lutz Henschel

At least one point must improve the record of your last two straight defeats.

As an established Darmstadder, his parents would keep their fingers crossed for their son, especially father Jürgen. “First of all, he’s my biggest fan. At least that’s what I hope for,” laughs Stark: “When I was still playing at SV, it was easy to put him together. But now he’s very excited about Dresden.”

His parents come to the capital of Saxony as often as possible. This season they saw their offspring win twice against Paderborn in Bochal and Hannover.

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“They enjoyed the atmosphere,” Stark said. “Dynamo gained a couple of fans. Also on Sunday. I strongly believe they will wear black and yellow.” It would be perfect if they could see a Dresden victory on their doorstep.

It has not yet been successful in three SGD appearances in Hesse. It’s been 3:3, 0:2, and 0:0 so far – Stark has always been on the other side.

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