DFB Cup: Drochtersen / Assel thinks against Bayern Munich on move to Millerntor

DFB Cup: Drochtersen / Assel thinks against Bayern Munich on move to Millerntor

The regional league SV Drochtersen-Assel is looking forward to the “dreamless” FC Bayern in the DFB Cup. For the game you probably move to Millerntor. Record winner Bayern Munich comes in DFB Cup into Kehdinger Land – or not? When SV Drochtersen-Assel followed the jubilation on the sporting “millennium lot” quickly preparatory stress on the “absolute hammer” as club president Rigo Gooßen called the upcoming uneven sporting duel. Minutes after the draw, the first ticket orders arrived at the Lower Saxony regional league team.
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And with each new e-mail, the hopes of the usually rather manageable fan base of the fourth division, the German record champion really disappeared in August in the Kehdinger stadium faded. Because the small arena offers space for only 3000 visitors. Thanks to additional grandstands, two years ago, 7,000 spectators at the same venue had followed Borussia Mönchengladbach’s 1-0 win in the first round of the cup.
Drochtersen-Assel discusses relocation to St. Pauli But with additional capacity on this scale, it would not be enough for a visit to Bayern on the Niederelbe. “For security reasons, our expansion options are limited and retrofitting our floodlights is out of the question, ‘that would be too expensive,” Gooßen said NDR , Therefore, a move to Hamburg Millerntor to the home team of second division FC St. Pauli is seriously up for debate. An arena to which the people of Munich, however, have far from good memories. The legendary 2: 1 success of the “World Cup winner” 2002 in the same place is not only in the history of the Kiez-Club received.
“Since I was five years old, I once wanted to play against Bayern” But whether Kehdingen or the Millerntor – the Kicker as the 11,000-soul community are looking forward to the game against Germany’s prestigious club. “I’ve wanted to play Bayern once since I was five,” said midfielder Jannes Elfers, and coach Lars Uder added: “That’s terrific, a childhood dream.” For the guests, however, rather an annual compulsory exercise, accordingly clarified commented Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic the draw: “I am already looking forward to the season opener.” Maybe because “Brazzo” 16 years ago at the Heiligengeistfeld because of a cruciate ligament tear was not involved …
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