SV Vötting is repositioning itself: Both men's soccer teams are getting a breath of fresh air on the coaching bench.
After Manuel Haupt and Sebastian Dobler said goodbye, the Vöttingers were forced to reorient themselves.
And that wasn't that easy, says department head Jannis Göft-Michaelis: “It was a complicated search.
We went through a lot of names and got recommendations, but the market is tough right now.
Many coaches wanted to stay with their club after Corona.
We are all the happier that we have now found solutions that correspond to our philosophy. ”This reads: Let the young and broad-based first and second team grow together as closely as possible in order to make it easier for as many talents as possible to make their way into the men's division .
Markus Huber and Fabian Schum are the new trainers who take on this task.
The newcomers in Vötting have one thing in common: For both of them, the station is the temporary highlight of their coaching careers. Schum, who is currently doing his coaching license, has trained in the youth field so far - the C-youth of SC Finsing and most recently the B-youth in Eitting. "Fabian has made the youth teams in the large field area his hobbyhorse", says department manager Michaelis. The 27-year-old is also professionally active as a youth coach. In Vaterstetten he offers mental training for youth teams. Now the step into the men's area follows, a new experience for Schum: “In the youth area you have to explain more, now cohesion and team tactics are more in the foreground. But I get along well with it. Of course, it helps that the team is very young. At 27 years old, I'm the fifth oldest."Department head Michaelis particularly praises Schum's personality:" He is very communicative and knows how to explain what to expect on the pitch. The fact that he has experience in the youth field naturally suits our young team with ten players from the A-youth. "
Markus Huber, on the other hand, is already an old hand in the men's field. The 47-year-old has worked at SC Kirchdorf and in Oberhummel since 2014. Most recently, he helped VfR Haag to move up to the district class in 2017/18. After the birth of his second child, Huber took a break. "But now after three years I feel the passion again and am fully motivated." Also because Huber is independently training a regional class team for the first time. “This is certainly an advancement, but nothing new for me in terms of football either. I know the district class as a player and assistant coach, ”says Huber.
So there seems to be a fit between Huber and Schum, as Göft-Michaelis confirms: “In the conversations, Markus conveyed to us that he fits in with the club and the team - in terms of both personal and footballing components.” The club demands one offensive orientation, which fully corresponds to Huber's philosophy: “We will often find ourselves in the situation where games only take place in the opposing half.
We therefore want to play a lot on the wings and achieve success with a good penalty area line-up after crosses, ”said Huber.