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Stuttgart got back to winning ways on coach Huub Stevens' return to the club, beating Freiburg 4-1 at the Dreisamstadion to leave the foot of the Bundesliga at least for a night.

Martin Harnik was on target twice for Stuttgart, who had lost three in a row coming into this Baden-Wurttemberg derby.

Vladimir Darida brought Freiburg level at 1-1, but Carlos Gruezo and Timo Werner both struck before Harnik's second, which came after Stefan Mitrovic had been sent off, compounding Freiburg's misery on what...

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Huub Stevens returns as Stuttgart coach after Armin Veh resigns

Stevens guided Stuttgart to 15th in the Bundesliga last season, five points above the relegation/promotion playoff spot.

Huub Stevens has returned for another stint as Stuttgart coach a day after Armin Veh's departure, the Bundesliga club have announced.

Veh resigned on Monday, just four months into his second spell at the club he led to the Bundesliga title in 2007.

However, the 53-year-old's return was not a happy one as he managed only two wins in 12 games before leaving with the club bottom of the Bundesliga table.

On Tuesday, Stuttgart announced the return of another former coach in the form of Stevens, who left...

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Armin Veh resigns as Stuttgart boss with club bottom of Bundesliga

Stuttgart remain bottom of the Bundesliga after slumping to their third straight defeat, going down 1-0 at home to Augsburg.

Armin Veh has resigned as Stuttgart coach following Sunday's 1-0 defeat to FC Augsburg, the club have announced.

Veh, 53, rejoined Stuttgart from Eintracht Frankurt in the summer, seven years after winning the Bundesliga during his first stint in charge at the club, but has ended his second tenure after he was unable to stop them dropping to the bottom of the Bundesliga table.

"This was a hard step because club and fans lie at my heart," Veh said in a club statement. "But in the end I had to act...

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Highlights: Stuttgart 0-1 Augsburg

Stuttgart remain bottom of the Bundesliga after slumping to their third straight defeat, going down 1-0 at home to Augsburg.

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VfB Stuttgart 0-1 FC Augsburg

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Stuttgart were left rooted to the bottom of the Bundesliga amid a chorus of jeers at the Mercedes-Benz Arena following a 1-0 defeat at home to Augsburg.

After losing Daniel Schwaab to a controversial red card, Stuttgart lost the game to a debatable penalty with Augsburg captain Paul Verhaegh netting the only goal of the game.

The win lifts Augsburg above Schalke into the top six, leaving Stuttgart at rock bottom with nine points from 12 games of the season and turning up the heat on their coach Armin...