U17 must definitely stay in the Bundesliga

The SVWW B-Juniors are in a relegation battle. There are really positive developments for U 19 and U 15.

TAUNUSSTEIN – The highest ranking youth teams of the third division soccer club SV Wehen Wiesbaden can look back on a changeable interim balance. After the 1: 5, the Bundesliga B-Juniors stay at the front runners VfB Stuttgart – Bastian Bsullak had initially scored to 1: 1 – on a relegation zone. But the gap to the eighth from last, the first safe place, is only four points. On Sunday (11 a.m., Halberg) it is now against the fourth Mainz 05.

The development of the Regionalliga U 15 of the SVWW is extremely positive. After the 3: 3 sealed at the last minute with a penalty in Wieseck, the team is fifth with 21 points, which means that after the end of the simple round they can safely participate in the championship round of the teams from the top half of the table. Also means: the ticket for another round in the highest German C-junior class is solved. On Saturday (2.45 p.m., Halberg) it goes against TSG Hoffenheim. The A-Juniors (Sunday, 2.30 p.m., against Karbener SV) lead the Hessen league field with a flawless nine-win result. While the U 19 from Biebrich 02 (Sun., 1 p.m., against the baroque city of Fulda-Lehnerz) is in the fore field.

Armin Alexander, head of the youth training center at SVWW, sees good prospects on balance: “We are not satisfied with the seven points of the U17s. We didn’t look good against our competitors either. If we can improve in the second half of the season, we’ll definitely still be able to stay up. That would also be important with regard to the perspective of our U15s, which has developed really well under coach Chris Khayyer. The result so far is a great success. ”Alexander’s thumb is still up in the U19s as well:“ The clear goal is the championship. But with a view to the relegation games against the Southwest representative, that would only be half the battle. ”

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