At the start of the second half of the season in the Landesliga Mitte, SV Neukirchen has home rights at the Holy Blood on Sunday (kick-off at 3 p.m.).
October 29, 2021
Neukirchen.FC Sturm Hauzenberg will be guests at Hohenbogenwinkel, with two points more than the Früchtl team on their account at the half-time of the season and fourth place in the table. The ambitious club from the district of Passau is already nine points behind the second place SV Fortuna Regensburg. The Rosenkranzler won the first leg 1-0.
There is currently great satisfaction in the SVN warehouse. With 30 points they occupy an excellent sixth place in the table and have been able to work out a huge lead over the endangered zone. “We still need a few securing points, but nothing should burn backwards,” says Neukirchen’s sporting director Martin Breu, who is completely satisfied with the season so far: “The team is playing good football and has more than met expectations.”
The SVN football boss has ambitious goals for the second half of the season: “We want to stay in the top third of the table and the best county team. So there is still a lot we can achieve this season. ”With a home three against Hauzenberg, Mudra, Hrudka & Co. could overtake the Staffelbergers. “At home we’re aiming for a threesome. However, Hauzenberg is a strong opponent who has a lot of quality in the team. We definitely have to defend a lot better than in the last two games, ”said Breu. Captain Lukas Novy is blocked for the last time after being sent off in Seebach. Nothing will work with the injured Petr Slegl yet. Mario Paukner had to take a break from training because of a cold. Roman Karl and Tomas Junek are long-term injuries anyway.
The guests said goodbye to the promotion race after the 1: 2 bankruptcy in Kareth-Lappersdorf. “We are satisfied with our performance, but it is not enough for the very front,” said player-coach Alexander Geiger after the bitter defeat on the last first round matchday. The ex-professional, whose health has been in poor health for weeks, was missing from his team in every nook and cranny. The 36-year-old can probably play again on Sunday. “We already lost the first leg 1-0 and we really want to make up for this defeat. To do this, however, a significant increase in performance compared to the last few weeks has to be achieved. We finally have to return to the basic virtues we know that we need to win games. Our trainers found the right words during the week. I am therefore positive that we will be back on the road to success, ”says Hauzenberg’s head of department Markus Reischl. In addition to their long-term injured actors, the Staffelberger have to do without Thomas Schopf and Mateo Safradin. (csv)
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