Nothing new in the east.
The SpVgg Unterhaching is stuck in the third division deeper and deeper in the crisis and after the 0: 2 at Dynamo Dresden on Wednesday has now been without a win for six games and only thanks to the draws of the competition are still in 17th place in the table.
Unterhaching - What seemed to indicate an upward trend with the 2-2 in the home game against Viktoria Köln at the weekend, was now the old song again: harmless at the front, vulnerable at the back, performance on the bottom line disappointing.
As so often in the past few weeks.
The tendency just doesn't want to point upwards.
After the sixth defeat in the tenth game of the season it was the well-known words that coach Arie van Lent had to use in his analysis: "Too harmless", "sloppy in passing forward", "tried very hard, but too little in the end", " harmless ”and“ totally negligent in defending ”.
In a generally uncomfortable first half, the defense was disordered twice, the result was the two hits from Hartmann and Hosiner in the 26th and 42nd minute.
“It's a shame”, said van Lent, “that we simply gave the game away because of the first half”.
Only a quarter of an hour at the beginning of the second half, Haching was in danger of going forward and had at least two chances through Dominik Stroh-Engel and Max Dombrowka.
Then the momentum was over again, Dresden trotted leisurely towards a safe victory.
A “sovereign”, as Dynamo coach Markus Kauczinski said, “who was completely fine”, which Haching's head coach had to admit.
The performance is not right, results and table position also not, nor the number of goals.
Unterhaching still has the most harmless attack in the league with nine goals in ten games.
But what is also missing are the main actors on the pitch.
The veterans line up seamlessly in the row of sources of error, a real leader is not recognizable.
The fact that four of the most experienced players are missing in the long term cannot be an excuse.
At SpVgg there are still more than 1000 games of third division experience on the field.
Significant on Tuesday was the fact that a 17-year-old next to the usual strong goalkeeper Nico Mantl earned the best mark, who had not even been in the squad before.
Boipelo Mashigo from their own youth performance center, not even on the official squad list until Tuesday, was substituted on in the 45th minute and was the only one who made an exclamation mark with his commitment.
“He did it really well,” said van Lent, who also summed up the current problem: “It's positive that he was the best man on the pitch with us.
But it's sad that it is him and not the others. "
Players like Luca Marseiler, on the other hand, are currently hiking through a deep valley.
For the second time in a row, the 23-year-old was not part of the squad.
Up until last season, the home-grown man with his remarkable skills was one of those players for whom a future beyond the third division had been seen and who was considered to be profitable equity in the foreseeable future.
"A good footballer," said van Lent of the Marseiler case on Tuesday, "but he has to be aware that he is a good footballer." It seems that his development has stalled - for whatever reason.
Marseiler is just one example.
Last year's top performers such as Moritz Heinrich or Felix Schröter are now left out.
With young players the development stalls, the experienced ones make too many mistakes, Haching is vulnerable at the back, harmless at the front and settles in the table basement instead of having the long-term goal of the second division in mind.
The SpVgg has problems everywhere in autumn 2020.
not in the squad
for the second time in