Memmingen - On Friday evening the duel between ECDC Memmingen and the also unbeaten Deggendorfer SC is on the program.
From 8 p.m., both teams will fight for their third win of the season in the Oberliga-Süd.
Tickets are already available, the “3G Plus” concept continues to apply.
After two convincing and strong offensive appearances, the Memmingen Indians now have a real yardstick. Against Deggendorfer SC, the red and whites have to compete with a real top team. The Niederbayern, under the direction of Chris Heid, also started the new season with six points and lead the league together with Weiden and Memmingen. The DSC has changed a lot over the summer, even if top player Thomas Greilinger is still the face of the team. But the veteran has received considerable support. With the former German champion and national player Timo Pielmeier from Ingolstadt, an absolute exceptional goalkeeper is moving to the Deggendorf team, who, like his brother Thomas (formerly in Dresden), is returning to his youth club.A change has also been made on the contingent sites. With Jure Sotlar, a dangerous attacker came on the scene, even with the name Liam Blackburn, the Memminger still have some horror scenarios in the back of their minds. The former Passau man advanced to the Indians fright last year, when he decided the game several times on his own. Other above-average players such as the former Kaufbeurer Philipp Messing, the long-time second division defender Ondrej Pozivil or last year's league champion Lukas Miculka round off the DSC squad.Other above-average players such as the former Kaufbeurer Philipp Messing, the long-time second division defender Ondrej Pozivil or last year's league champion Lukas Miculka round off the DSC squad.Other above-average players such as the former Kaufbeurer Philipp Messing, the long-time second division defender Ondrej Pozivil or last year's league champion Lukas Miculka round off the DSC squad.
So the Indians have to work hard, but they go into the encounter with a lot of self-confidence.
After the great performances of the previous week, the recently failed Marc Hofmann should also be back in the squad and offer the Indians even more alternatives.
For the defense, the Memminger are currently aiming for a loan from a young player to make up for the loss of Philipp de Paly.
If everything goes according to plan, it could be enough for a debut on Friday.
Return of the fans ensures an upswing
Looking back on the opening weekend, in addition to the good sporting performance, the return of the fans to the Hühnerberg remains in the memory.
The team was supported with a great atmosphere from the very first minute, and this will continue to be built on in the further course of the season.
Tickets for the game against Deggendorf are, as for all other October games, already available in advance.
Tickets are also available at the box office, but you have to expect a longer waiting time.
The Indians point out to their visitors that in the waiting area of the ticket offices, in contrast to the inside of the stadium, a mask is required.
The “3G Plus” concept continues to apply there, which does not require gaps, masks or requirements when serving drinks.