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Karlsruher SC continues to rely on substitute keeper Markus Kuster

2021-10-21T15:16:39.505Z

After the red card from goalkeeper Marius Gersbeck, Karlsruher SC will continue to rely on substitute goalkeeper Markus Kuster. "He exudes calm and serenity," said KSC trainer Christian Eichner on Thursday about the 27-year-old Austrian, despite an unfortunate debut against Aue (2-1) with a goal against and small uncertainties. Especially since due to the injury of the third goalkeeper Paul Löhr (cruciate ligament tear) only U19 keeper Max Weiß on Saturday at Fortuna Düsseldorf (13.



After the red card from goalkeeper Marius Gersbeck, Karlsruher SC will continue to rely on substitute goalkeeper Markus Kuster.

"He exudes calm and serenity," said KSC trainer Christian Eichner on Thursday about the 27-year-old Austrian, despite an unfortunate debut against Aue (2-1) with a goal against and small uncertainties.

Especially since due to the injury of the third goalkeeper Paul Löhr (cruciate ligament tear) only U19 keeper Max Weiß on Saturday at Fortuna Düsseldorf (13.

Karlsruhe - 00 o'clock / Sky) would be the next option from the squad.

Eichner is more concerned about the long-term failure of former Düsseldorf defender Robin Bormuth, who had to undergo an ankle surgery this week.

The 36-year-old Daniel Gordon will probably continue to play regularly as a central defender until the winter break.

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Coach Christian Eichner does not see the Karlsruher SC in the game at SSV Jahn Regensburg as a big outsider.

The hosts from the Upper Palatinate were at the top of the 2nd Bundesliga before the ninth matchday - and the KSC in ninth place.

"Nevertheless, I believe that there are two teams that meet at eye level in a normal season," said Eichner one day before the game on Saturday (13th

Trainer does not see KSC in Regensburg as a big outsider

Jahn Regensburg against Karlsruher SC without Kennedy

League leader SSV Jahn Regensburg has to plan the coming weeks without Scott Kennedy.

The central defender will be absent for the first time in the home game on Saturday (1.30 p.m. / Sky) against Karlsruher SC, in which the Upper Palatinate want to maintain their top position in the 2nd Bundesliga before the next international break.

Jahn Regensburg against Karlsruher SC without Kennedy

Mood escalated - Aues Sören Gonther insulted HSV trainer Tim Walter

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After the second division game HSV against Erzgebirge Aue, Aue defender Sören Gonther freaks out completely and insults Tim Walter.

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Eichner is convinced that his team will be able to cope with this.

After the good experience of the second half of the game against Erzgebirge Aue, it is conceivable for Eichner in Düsseldorf that goal scorer Fabian Schleusener will join goalgetter Philipp Hofmann as the second point.

"Everything is possible.

He has recently shown good arguments for it, ”said the KSC coach.

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Source: merkur

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