The Unterhaching Association missed last weekend to make up points in the promotion race. Defender Markus Schwabl is annoyed.
Stable share price, stable results. It runs at SpVgg Unterhaching. The fact that Markus Schwabl (29) frowns at the conversation is connected to something that is growing towards the trend across the league - the tendency to draw. "If you really want to make the big hit at some point, you mustn't have too many draws," the experienced right-back preaches.
Markus Schwabl: Ascent for Haching not a must
With 15 draws, Haching was top of the league last season. This year there have been eleven again, most recently the 1-1 draw against Viktoria Köln. Schwabl's conclusion of the match day: “Duisburg screwed it up, Ingolstadt too. Actually, that would have been our chance… ”Next dates: Sunday, 2 p.m., at Halleschen FC, which is deeply in crisis, and on February 28 against FC Bayern II.
The most important thing for Schwabl: A good defense. "If you concede 50, 60 goals every season, then you always have to score 70, 80, 90, and that's difficult." The ascent is still not a must for Haching, Schwabl assures. Nevertheless, he would like to land the big throw earlier than later.