This is what the district classists think of the BFV's four-point plan.
District - What's next with the never-ending 2019/20 season?
Taking all interests into account is like squaring the circle.
That is how the district class clubs see it, but for the most part they show understanding for the decisions.
Nobody sheds a tear after the league cup, the competition was the club's unloved child from the start.
Sometimes some like the SpVgg walls withdrew their teams completely, some let their B-Elf compete.
Now the competition is practically canceled.
It's not sad for teams that have already been eliminated.
Manuel Haupt from SV Vötting says: “Our main focus wasn't on it anyway.” The sovereign group winners from Vatanspor Freising, for whom the cup was the most likely opportunity for promotion, are also not that disappointed, team manager Tamer Bulkurcu says: “The league has priority.
I won't cry a tear after the league cup.
Still, the tournament was valuable to us.
We have gained the experience that we can keep up with the top teams.
Those were important experiences. ”The Auer coach Christian Hobmeier will also miss the cup games, but understands the association's decision:“ I'm almost surprised that they stuck to the competition for so long. ”
Finally prospects for the league
The BFV continues to adhere to one maxim: the season should be over by June 30, 2021.
In order to get the season over to the stage, a new deadline has been set: "If regular training is not possible by May 3rd, the season will be terminated." The clubs are so happy that one is now clearer Appointment has been set.
Sebastian Liegert, player-coach from SV Hörgertshausen thinks it's good that there is now a clear deadline that you can use as a guide.
However, the coach sees another problem: “According to its plans, the association only allows us three weeks of preparation.
After a year without training, this is amazing.
We need more time.
That is why we should rather orientate ourselves towards the new season and break off early in order to start on time in 2021/22. "Christian Hobmaier sees it similarly:" I have the feeling that the association is playing for time.
In all honesty: what is going to change in the few weeks?
We'd better finish earlier. "
Also extend beyond June 30th
Erik Hillenbrand, head of department at SC Freising, is of the opposite opinion, who pleads for a continuation of the season: “I don't understand why the BFV has to hold on to June 30th as the end of the season.
As soon as we can, the boys should be back on the field and then we just end the season - no matter how long it takes. ”A selfless attitude from the SCF department head.
Because his team would benefit most from a demolition according to the current status.
The SC Freising is currently in relegation position 13 of the table.
In the event of a termination, however, it is not the number of points obtained so far, but the so-called quotient rule that decides on the placement.
This divides the points collected so far by the number of games played.
Since SC Freising still has a catch-up game to contest against FC Neufahrn, the Freising team would jump to the saving bank (10th place) - past the Spvgg walls, TSV Paunzhausen and SV Hörgertshausen, which due to the one game more on the account achieve a lower quotient.
The SCF would be saved - and at the green table: “That's just amazing.
The quotient rule would suit us completely, ”says Hillenbrand.
"But if I were at the walls, I would be upset".
Indeed, Andi Meier, SpVgg coach, is not satisfied with this decision.
The masons would suffer from the quotient rule and would have to move into the A-class. “I don't think that's fair.
After all, the Freising could also lose the game.
It makes no sense not to look at how many games and what opponents you've had so far.
There are still seven games to play and we should finish them or you will generally suspend promotion and relegation.
In any case, nobody should get down because of the quotient rule. "Department head Alex Karl expresses understanding for the regulation, but states:" That would be the
icing on the cake of a sad season. "
Sebastian Liegert, whose SVH would also slip into a relegation place, sees it more calmly: “There will be no fair solution.
Each option has advantages and disadvantages. If we have to bite the bullet, then so be it. "
Front runner Au would also be champions
In the ascent race, a quotient rule would at least not change anything - the championship leader TSV Au would be the champion: “I don't worry about that.
We want to become champions on the green lawn and not at the green table, ”says Hobmeier.
He also sees the disadvantages of a quotient rule: “Perhaps it is fairer to use the first round table.
Even if we might suffer from it. ”At that time, SV Vötting was at the top of the table.
Those responsible may not agree on the little things, but one thing is clear to everyone: The situation is complicated and a good solution is almost impossible for everyone - squaring the circle.