The lions are stuck in the earnings crisis.
Günther Gorenzel wants to write history together with coach Michael Köllner and back on the road to success against Zwickau.
Munich - In the last few days it had become more restless at the traditional club. The sixties have only got six points in the last five games in the league. Of course, too little for your own requirements. In addition, there are background noises that do not exactly contribute to the relaxation of the sporty mix. Coach Michael Köllner is back on board after his Corona quarantine, but is the coach still as passionate about his job as on the first day?
Michael Köllner has probably already seen in his coaching career that coaches quickly come into the public eye when there are insufficient sporting results.
After all, he has been a soccer coach for more than 22 years. In an interview with Münchner Merkur, ex-1860 mental trainer Alfred Böswald criticized the lion trainer: “Köllner has to stop glossing over things, also glossing over his own work.
The team is mentally not up to par, and as a coach he has a massive duty, ”says the 59-year-old.
“Köllner has to sharpen the demands on himself again - and maybe even climb down from the high horse that he is the new King of Giesing.
He's not yet. "
TSV 1860: Managing Director Günther Gorenzel stands behind coach Michael Köllner
Günther Gorenzel does not want to leave the criticism standing. The sports director of TSV 1860 takes a protective stand behind his senior employees. Regarding the situation around the head coach, he said on Friday: “The inside view is different. Anyone who sees Michael Köllner knows that he identifies one hundred percent with the club. We're working on writing a common story, ”says the 49-year-old. “We have to act as a team, each one supporting the other. We'll make mistakes again against Zwickau. But it is crucial that everyone sacrifices themselves for the team. This is exactly what our fans want to see! ”.
Köllner also knows that sporting success is the best recipe for calming down the club again.
At the press conference before the Zwickau game on Saturday, the Löwen coach said of the meager points yield: “We have to remain positive and show a certain degree of relaxation.
Last season Zwickau stole three points from us in the Grünwalder Stadium.
Victory is a must for us.
We want to get back on track.
That is why we need a breakout.
Will he and his team succeed in breaking free against Zwickau on Saturday?
We will report from 2 p.m. in the detailed live ticker from the duel against the FSV in the Grünwalder Stadium.