FSV Frankfurt committed defensive player Dennis Cagara 26-year old Philippine national team comes
Dennis Cagara in the training camp of the FSV Frankfurt to Mallorca. Photo: Huebner / Lau
Football second division FSV Frankfurt is committed defensive player Dennis Cagara. The 26-year-old signed a contract with the Bornheimer until 30.06.2012 with an option for a further year.
The son of a Filipino father and a Danish mother attended 43 international caps for the Danish youth national teams (four goals) and two caps for the Philippines. For Hertha BSC Berlin Cagara came in eight games in the first Bundesliga used, the defender played for Dynamo Dresden 28 games (two goals) in the second Bundesliga. In the Danish Elite League defended the left-footed 86 times (three goals).
"Dennis has been in our training camp to prove his qualities. He fits perfectly into our team and includes the vacant position on the left side defender, "said head coach Benno Moehlmann FSV.
"I am pleased aground for FSV Frankfurt. Through the training days in Mallorca, I could already arrive in the team. So I'm fixated on the common goal of maintaining class and confident that we can achieve this with the FSV, "said Cagara.
Dennis Cagara Born on 19.02.1985 in Glostrup (Denmark) Height / weight: 1.72 m / 75 kg Nationality: Danish-Filipino
Previous clubs: Brøndby IF (Denmark, youth) 07/2002 - 01/2004: Brøndby IF (Denmark) 01/2004 - 06/2005: Hertha BSC Berlin 07/2005 - 06/2006: Dynamo Dresden 07/2006 - 08 / 2007: Hertha BSC Berlin 08/2007 - 12/2009: FC Nordsjaelland (Denmark) 01/2010 - 07/2010: Aarhus GF (Denmark) 03/2011- 07/2011: Randers FC (Denmark) 07/2011-12 / 2011: Lyngby (Denmark) from 01/2012 FSV Frankfurt[/img]
it appears that he is never with the same club for too long
To be fair he has come back from a devastating injury a year or so ago and since then has only been given short contracts. Unfortunate for him, the teams he does get attached too are teams with very bad records. FSV Frankfurt is exactly in the same boat as Lyngby BK in terms of relegation problems. The German team, though, has been very busy in the off season and has gotten help on defense(Dennis etc.) and offense(Gorlitz). I sincerely hope things turn around for the team and that Dennis gets the one year extension. If he fails to get the extension, we might see Dennis down in the 3.Liga this year, something I'd personally hate to see for this young gun.
Stay tuned starting Feb 10, when 2.Bundesliga season resumes. Check Dennis' match report at the "other" thread. FSV Frankfurt committed defensive player Dennis Cagara
Frankfurt - The FSV Frankfurt is committed defensive player Dennis Cagara. The 26-year-old signed a contract with the Bornheimer until 30.06.2012 with an option for a further year.
The son of a Filipino father and a Danish mother attended 43 international caps for the Danish youth national teams (four goals) and two caps for the Philippines. For Hertha BSC Berlin Cagara came in eight games in the Bundesliga for use, the defender for Dynamo Dresden played 28 games (two goals) in the second Bundesliga. In the Danish Elite League defended the left-footed 86 times (three goals).
"Dennis has in our training camp proved his qualities. He fits perfectly into our team and includes the vacant position on the left-side defender," said head coach Benno Moehlmann FSV.
"Arrive I am pleased aground for FSV Frankfurt. Through the training days in Mallorca, I could already make the team. So I'm fixated on the common goal of relegation and confident that we can reach this with the FSV," said Cagara.
Moreover versa Stefan Hickl back after half a year at Kickers Offenbach to FSV Frankfurt. The defensive all-rounder will initially accumulate for the U23 FSV Frankfurt. Hickl got from the black-blue a contract until 30.06.2012.
Hickl completed for FSV Frankfurt already 33 games in the second League and 20 games (one goal) in the Regional league for the U23 FSV Frankfurt. He rose in 2007 with the black-blue in the Regional and the following year in the second Bundesliga. For Kickers Offenbach in Frankfurt, the native ran 15 times this season in the third division.
Back to the roots
"I'm glad to be back at FSV. Here are my roots, where I had my best experiences in football and I see my future here," said Stefan Hickl after signing the contract.
"Stefan returns after half a year back and will want to recommend on the second team for the first team. In this project we will support him vigorously," said Uwe Stoever, Managing Director of Sports FSV Frankfurt.
FIL-DANISH standout Dennis Cagara has signed up with a second division Bundesliga team—FSV Frankfurt in Germany.
Cagara, who is one of the club team’s two new acquisitions, will play with FSV until June. He will have an option to extend for another year, according to dispatches coming from Germany.
The 26-year-old Cagara saw action from 2004 to 2007 in the Danish league, with Hertha BSC and with Dynamo Dresden.
The son of a Filipino father and a Danish mother, Cagara attended 43 international games for the Danish youth national teams (four goals) and two for the Philippines Azkals national men’s football team.
Cagara is expected to be around when the Azkals face another test o n Feb. 29 when they battle reigning Suzuki Cup champion Malaysia in a Fifa-sanctioned friendly at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
On that day, clubs are inclined to release players for national-team duty during international friendly dates.
This means that the Azkals can have Europe-based standouts Stephan Schrock, Paul Mulders, Dennis Cagara, Jerry Lucena, Ray Jonsson and goalkeepers Neil Etheridge and Roland Muller for the match.
“It will be another good test for our team. As we have said in the past, playing more international matches will only improve our team,” said Philippine Football Federation president Mariano “Nonong”Araneta. Peter Atencio
Dennis Cagara's early impression of the 2.Bundesliga:
On Tuesday, Dennis Cagara signed his contract with FSV Frankfurt. "I have been taken by the team look forward to a very great to be here. I think the league has to do with this team, in any case. Even if the second league is really strong, is better than most teams in Denmark, apart from 4-5 teams at the top, "said the left-back with Danish-Filipino roots.
If his assessment of his new league is correct, he will be in an even more difficult league to succeed, I hope he is up to it. Good luck Dennis!
Post by jerichodignadice on Feb 4, 2012 12:55:22 GMT 8
From his Facebook fan page (8 hours ago):
Dennis ' new club won today 1-2 away to Duisburg, however without Dennis. Dennis and the coach had agreed that it was best that he sat over this fight, so he could get a little closer to his new teammates.
Next game will be played d. 10/2 kl. 18.00, at home against Ingolstadt! Who can we look forward to the DMC debut at home on Am Bornheimer Hang! :-)
News: Dennis ' new club won todays match against Duisburg 1-2, but without Dennis. Next game ice vs. Ingolstadt! We can all look forward to see DMC getting his debut!! :-) (Translated by Bing)
Cagara Dennis, 26, is the son of a Filipino father and a Danish mother.
The relegation-threatened second division FSV Frankfurt committed left-back and are returning Stefan Dennis Cagara Hickl a chance in the Regional Team.
Benno Moehlmann one certainly not to the speakers in the league. The new coach of relegation football second division FSV Frankfurt is a few hours before the transfer deadline expired yesterday because even trying to be objective. When asked whether he was satisfied with his personnel decisions of the winter, he replied cautiously: "If all the fit and stay healthy, we have a squad that is suitable for second division."
Played in Mallorca
Shortly before the football club the services of Dennis Cagara had secured. The 26-year-old left-back from Lyngby BK signed a contract until season's end and after Chadli Amri, Ilian Micanski (both 1st FC Kaiserslautern) and Michael Görlitz (Halmstad BK), the fourth New in Bornheim. In the afternoon, the Danish-born two-time Philippine national team trained for the first time on the slopes.
Cagara was one of those professionals who had played in training camp in Mallorca. The former Danish youth and junior national team was not totally convincing, but was not carried. After the Bornheimer get a basket in the past week by Fabian Schönheim had, they decided now to take Cagara under contract. "He is a dedicated, two-and-running battle of strong players," said FSV sporting director Uwe Stöver. "He brings with him the virtues that are needed in a relegation battle." The leaders also impressed by how quickly Cagara in training camp in the group einfügte: Stöver: "He was just accepted."
Cagara is not unknown in Germany. He played eight times for Hertha in the Bundesliga and 28 times for Dynamo Dresden in the Second Division. "It has evolved over the past three years to a seasoned pro," praised his new Möhlmann left back, who had no other choice. "He's a very different type of straight home. Beautiful home had indeed canceled us, but we had decided not to him immediately, but keeps us up to the end of the transfer period, all options, "said the closing ceremony.
Late Tuesday afternoon committed the FSV also the former Bornheimer Stefan Hickl - but for playing in the U23 Regional League of FSV. Of the third division Kickers Offenbach after only a half-Series discarded Hickl "train and play until season's end with our second team," said Stover. The 23-year-old got a chance, says the manager, is recommended for senior roles.
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