Neuss The Neusser HV is not having a good run, he conceded the next defeat during the week. Against basement child Rheinbach he would like to say goodbye to the home fans with a win.
The handball regional league Neusser HV goes into its last home game on Saturday against TV Rheinbach with the mortgage of a 20:24 (11:8) defeat in the catch-up game against HC Gelpe/Strombach. “We have only ourselves to blame for this defeat,” said Neuss coach Christoph Schon angrily. “Whoever misses so many chances simply cannot win.” Against Rheinbach, the NHV wants to say goodbye to the fans after an overall good season with a sense of achievement, especially since some players are also said goodbye. Til Klause and Henrik Ingenpass are moving to TV Korschenbroich, Tim Schriddels is moving to MTV Dinslaken, Toni Petrovic will play in Belgium in the future, Aaron Jennes is moving to Borussia Mönchengladbach, Sebastian Barentzen is taking a break due to his studies and goalkeeper Paul Dreyer is the target not yet clarified. Even if Rheinbach is penultimate, the task for the NHV in its current form is not a sure-fire success, because the guests will fight for every ball in the relegation battle. “We don’t have to pay too much attention to the opponent, we have to look at ourselves and try to minimize our error rate significantly,” Schon demands. “Only then do we have a chance of getting back on the road to success.”