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Sandro Lauper S. The game of games in the history of the yellow-and-black took place on 15 April , a rainy Wednesday. Sixty-thousand spectators packed into Wankdorf, but the crowd may have exceeded the official count.
The game was a legend in Bern. Stade de Reims received the Bernese in the return match at the Parc des Princes , Paris , where the Frenchmen won 3—0 to reach the final.
No other Swiss team besides FC Zürich has since found as much success in an international competition as Young Boys did in this season. In , YB played internationally once again, meeting Eintracht Frankfurt in the first round, where Frankfurt won 4—1 before 36, spectators.
In the return match at Frankfurt's Waldstadion , YB managed a 1—1 draw. In , the team first travelled to Ireland to meet Limerick , where YB won with an impressive 5—0 showing, then again 4—2 in front of 22, spectators at Wankdorf in the return leg.
Forty-five thousand spectators were at the game in the Wankdorf, where Hamburg stunned YB with a 5—0 victory.
In Hamburg , the Bernese improved upon their previous performance, earning a 3—3 draw before 40, spectators in the Volksparkstadion.
It would be the last appearance in Europe for YB for a long time. After four league titles, a European Cup run and many successes, Young Boys traveled 31 days through the Far East, in five weeks having visited ten countries and played several friendly matches against Asian teams.
The successor to Albert Sing had large shoes to fill; average performance was no longer acceptable to the discriminating Bernese supporters.
Merkle had the misfortune to be measured against the championships of his predecessor. Although Geni Meier, Ernst Wechselberger and other players from the championship years continued to play, it mattered little.
Merkle was a hard coach of the German school, however, and was able to keep YB in the top half of the table, with finishes of second, fifth, and seventh.
The mixture of old and young players did not provide the results the Bernese sought, however. Otto Messerli, then a junior in the first team squad who in later years would be captain of the Young Boys, described the situation: "There were many good ideas, but FC Basel and FC Zürich remained unattainable for us.
Still, some YB players rose to national recognition. A good replacement for him was found, however: the Bernese bought Dieter Brenninger from Bayern Munich.
Another new transfer, Walter "Wale" Mueller, played between and for YB, and was a dreaded striker for opposing defenders.
In the late s and '70s, the Bernese met with little success. As YB were runners-up in the —75 season, they finally returned to European competition.
In the first leg before 17, spectators in the Wankdorf, the two teams played to a 0—0 draw. HSV won at home in its Volksparkstadion 4—2 , and Young Boys were bounced from the competition early.
It took until before YB would again win a title. Under coach Kurt Linder , the Cup was brought to Bern for the fifth time.
The Bernese faced a daunting challenge in the form of the Rangers of Glasgow. At Ibrox Park , YB played strongly, only losing 0—1.
The return game in front of 17, spectators at Wankdorf ended 2—2, and Rangers advanced. Before this game, YB had lost three consecutive championship games, which may have contributed to the lack of fans.
Two weeks later, Young Boys lost in Bucharest , 0—6. Turbulent times continued in the Wankdorf. After many coaching changes, in Alexander Mandziara was hired as manager.
The quiet Pole with a German passport played offensive football and was known for hard training sessions. In his first years, Young Boys reached only ninth place.
In the next season, —86, not all went for YB but the team still managed to finish the preliminary round in fifth.
Young Boys came away with a 4—1 result. Lars Lunde , Danish scoring champion, and Dario Zuffi each connected twice and YB after 26 years finished in championship position.
Thirty-two thousand spectators descended on Wankdorf, despite torrential rain, for the match on 17 September Urs Bamert headed in a goal to provide the 1—0 margin of victory against the guests from Spain.
Until the 75th minute, the advantage stood at only 1—0 for the home side. In , YB won the Cup for the sixth time.
In the finals, it defeated Servette FC 4—2 in a replay. Before 8, spectators, YB prevailed in Bern 3—1 and qualified for the second round.
In the return match in Bern, only 6, spectators braved the icy chill of the Wankdorf. A 1—0 YB victory was enough to progress into the quarter-finals.
The next opponent was again from the Netherlands, this time Ajax of Amsterdam. Ajax won the game 1—0. The return leg in Amsterdam before 30, spectators saw the Bernese lose again 1—0 to fall out of the competition.
A highlight of the s was the Cup finale against FC Sion in The Wankdorf was packed with 50, spectators, with both teams contributing to the atmosphere.
At halftime, the Bernese led 2—0, but Sion shot back in the second half with three goals to win the Cup. Only 7, spectators came to the stadium for the home leg, and the game ended 0—0.
In the mids, the former football powerhouse increasingly experienced problems. Young Boys developed financial difficulties and in — for the first time since the —47 season — YB was relegated to the National League B today's Challenge League.
New Swedish coaches Roland Andersson and Thomas Sjöberg helped the club recover, placing first and earning promotion again, with Robert Schober and Admir Smajic taking over on the bench.
The following NLA season began with a surprise victory over the reigning champion Grasshoppers. Many defeats, however, forced the Young Boys back into the relegation play-offs.
The economic and sporting emergency ended in the dismissal of coach Claude Ryf. A Lucerne investment company saved the club from ruin, although by the debt was over 1.
Almost the entire squad left the capital and YB competed with the shell of a team the next season. The possibility of further relegation to the 1st League third tier threatened.