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Steinhart self-confidently: "Anything is possible as we are at it"

2021-05-08T21:03:00.033Z

In the next three games, TSV 1860 can gold the season. Coach Michael Köllner, sports director Günther Gorenzel and Philipp Steinhart are self-confident.



In the next three games, TSV 1860 can gold the season.

Coach Michael Köllner, sports director Günther Gorenzel and Philipp Steinhart are self-confident.

Munich -

The Bundesliga *?

Coma bland at the top - only the scuffles for fourth and 15th place offer traces of tension.

The second division?

Much better.

Can the brave Corona-Kielers do it?

Will Hotte Hrubesch still manage the promotion miracle with the ex-Dino?

Or even the hunters from Düsseldorf?

The only real thriller this year is of course the third division.

66, 66, 64, 64. Four candidates for promotion two points apart.

With only three rounds left.

Including a direct duel on the last day of the game!

There is probably no more drama in any other league in the known (football) world.

And right in the middle: the sixties.

TSV 1860: Coach Michael Köllner raves after the gala against 1. FC Kaiserslautern

“That was a stable, absolutely sure win. Not a match at eye level, but a convincing performance by my team - from the first to the last minute. A really strong game, ”said Löwen coach Michael Köllner after the 3-0 (1-0) win against 1. FC Kaiserslautern. The seventh win from the last nine games, with which the Giesinger team screwed their goal difference to a peak of plus 36. Only the ex-landlord has more.

Against completely overwhelmed Lauterer - and that is the only accusation that the lions could have made on Tuesday - it could have been even more goals. Erik Tallig in the initial phase, Sascha Mölders after the 2: 0 - a runaway victory like in the first half against Halle (6: 1) and Mannheim (5: 0) would have been possible, but would have had more verbal braking power from the coach as a result requires. So Köllner could leave it to the microphones with a factual analysis. “I always hoped that we could play a consistent series. The calm in the club has a positive effect on the green lawn. We continuously go our own way and have confidence in our own strengths. We stay in the here and now, we just always want to win the next game. "

1860 coach Michael Köllner: "We showed today that we are a top team"

A special praise for the outstanding Richy Neudecker (door opener), Merveille Biankadi (double assists) and Phillipp Steinhart (double goalscorer)?

Not with Köllner: "We want to make the team better, that includes the players improving," he said, not without pride.

“We have good grip in all positions and today we showed that we are a top team.

So it would be wrong to take a player out specially.

The boys have been showing stable performance for weeks. "

In the best case scenario, three games separate the lions from the second division *, five would be in third place.

"In the last few weeks we have developed a great desire to win games," says sports director Günther Gorenzel.

“And we deliberately proclaimed the hunt a few weeks ago.

Why the hunt?

Because as a hunter you always have a psychological advantage over the hunted.

Back then nobody thought we could do anything, but we believe in ourselves and we believe in our chance. "

TSV 1860: Double packer Steinhart self-confident - Köllner is already looking at the game against Wehen Wiesbaden

Double shooter Steinhart should speak to the fans from the soul: “The way we are, everything is possible.” And while the honking fans were rehearsing for the ascent corso outside on Grünwalder Straße, Köllner was in the tunnel: “We can expect one on Saturday significantly stronger opponent.

SV Wehen Wiesbaden is at eye level with us, so we have to show our colors. ”Prefer a sober blue.

(LUDWIG KRAMMER)

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Source: merkur

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