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SC Riessersee: Working on the fine adjustment

2021-09-17T18:42:58.846Z

Test matches two and three for SC Riessersee. In preparation for the ice hockey Oberliga Süd, the SCR will meet the Tölzer Löwen and the Starbulls Rosenheim.



Test matches two and three for SC Riessersee.

In preparation for the ice hockey Oberliga Süd, the SCR will meet the Tölzer Löwen and the Starbulls Rosenheim.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Sure, there is still a bit of a problem here and there.

Little things have to be adapted, processes have to be improved.

These are the findings for SC Riessersee after the first test match last Friday against the Tölzer Löwen (2: 3 afterwards).

This applies both on and off the ice.

Because even though the return of the spectators caused enthusiasm among ice hockey players, coaching staff and fans alike: Not everything was going completely smoothly.

The main point of criticism was that not all supporters - both on the side of the White-Blue side and the Tölzer side - were seated in time for the start of the game. The reason for this was the intensified admission controls regarding the 3G rule - vaccinated, recovered or tested. The SCR regrets this, but at the same time makes the visitors to the Olympic Ice Sports Center (OEZ) responsible. "Unfortunately, the times when you went to the ice rink ten minutes before the game started are over," explains Pana Christakakis. The Riesserseer managing director and his team worked throughout the week to further optimize the processes around the stadium. At the entrances there will be three entry sluices per entrance for the home game against Rosenheim on Sunday (6 p.m.). "We upgraded the security staff again," emphasizes Christakakis.One of these locks will be a so-called "Fast Lane". Means: Between 4 p.m. and 5.30 p.m., viewers have the opportunity to have their 3G proof checked at a separate checkpoint in front of the office. If everything is in order, you will receive a ribbon with which you can get to the stadium more quickly through the "Fast Lane", as the 3G certificate no longer needs to be checked. Saves time and nerves for fans and staff.Saves time and nerves for fans and staff.Saves time and nerves for fans and staff.

Yes, there were hardship cases, especially with the guest fans.

We couldn't let them into the stadium without the necessary documents.

We have zero leeway here

Pana Christakakis

Before the Tölz game, clearly not everyone noticed or understood that 3G proof and photo ID - all tickets are personalized - are required, reports Christakakis: “Yes, there were hardship cases, especially with the guest fans.

We couldn't let them into the stadium without the necessary documents.

We have zero leeway. "

In summary: 3G proof, ticket and photo ID.

Those are the three requirements.

Christakakis also emphasizes: “We ask the fans to arrive at the stadium early.

Firstly, it equalizes the crowd, and secondly, the team is happy to see spectators in the stands during the warm-up.

Please don't show up ten minutes before the start of the game and then be amazed that you can't make it on time. ”After all, it takes around 20 seconds per check, which cannot be prevented.

The whole subject of admission controls should not give the wrong impression of last Friday.

All in all, it was a more than successful return for the fans - almost 900 of them found their way to OEZ.

And the SCR team contributed a lot to this, the DEL2 team from Bad Tölz was on the verge of defeat.

"That was an advertisement for ice hockey," emphasizes Christakakis almost euphorically.

Tonight at 7.30 p.m. the “second leg” is due in Bad Tölz.

There, too, fans can expect the rules practiced in Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the entrance.

A full week of training lies behind Coach Pat Cortina and the team.

"We have worked a lot tactically in the past few days, improving the game without a disc," explains the coach.

Cortina already liked the passion and will of his team “perfectly” in the first test match.

Now it is important to “find the right balance”.

Nicolas Appendino and Daniel Allavena from EHC Munich will be there

Christoph Eckl is missing, who was unable to train for the entire week due to an injury. A short-term decision is made about the deployment of captain Florian Vollmer - he is ailing. “We look at him from day to day. He will probably miss against Bad Tölz, there is still hope for Rosenheim. ”Nicolas Appendino and Daniel Allavena from EHC Munich will be there tonight - they trained with the SCR for the week. More licensees could follow against the Starbulls on Sunday.

The SCR will soon strike again on the transfer market - that much is certain. When and how often, however, is still in the stars. The second foreign position in the roster is still orphaned. If Cortina has its way, it will be filled by a defender. Christakakis is currently keeping his eyes and ears open: “I am in daily contact with player agents. In Corona times, however, players think twice about moving abroad. "

They are also anything but averse to German newcomers among the white and blue.

"We need players who can help us immediately," emphasizes Christakakis, categorically excluding purchases made in a panic.

Despite the need for action, the managing director is satisfied with the previous squad: "Even if we are not among the top three in the Oberliga Süd on paper, we have put together a good team with strong characters."

Results in preparation - by the way, both test games at the weekend will run live on SpradeTV - are not decisive, explains Christakakis.

It will be important from October 7th.

Then the Starbulls from Rosenheim will be guest at the opening game of the Oberliga Süd in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Until then, we will continue to work diligently on fine-tuning - on and next to the ice.

SCR preparation plan

Friday 17th September

19:30 Bad Tölz - SC Riessersee

Sunday September 19th

18:00 SC Riessersee - Rosenheim

Friday September 24th

19:30 Rosenheim - SC Riessersee

Saturday October 2nd

7:30 p.m. Riessersee - Memmingen

Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2021-09-17

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