Five goals in the last two games: VfB Hallbergmoos has reached the Bayern League offensively.
Against Swabian Augsburg, the first home win is now expected.
- The start in the Bayernliga was difficult, but now the first successes are coming: With five games without defeat (one win, four draws), VfB Hallbergmoos has left last place and is third from bottom for the first time before the two direct relegation ranks. Before the home game against Schwaben Augsburg on Saturday (1 p.m.), the coach makes progress more on the performance development than on the table.
Coach Gedi Sugzda sees the latest series primarily as evidence that “we play much better football”.
That resonates in people's minds, even if things can go up or down very quickly in the table.
In the next step, he thinks of the environment, which also took note of major defeats in the first few games: "We want to finally give our great fans their first home win."
Duel between two relegation place holders
The game on Saturday would be well suited for this. Because with Hallbergmoos (17th place, eleven games, eight points) and Schwaben Augsburg (14th place, twelve games, 13 points), the holders of the last and the first relegation rank meet. However, the Hallberg trainer does not see this constellation as a major factor. He reminds that you should have lost in the most recent home games against the new bottom Garching - for that you could have won the duel with the second Kirchanschöring.
Much more important is that the offensive flourishes: After eight goals in nine games, the doorbell rang five times in two games (2-2 against Kirchanschöring and 3: 3 at Regensburg II).
"We won't score three goals in every game now," says Sugzda, but is satisfied that the offensive aces Fabian Diranko (5 goals), Kaan Aygün (2) and Simon Werner (3) are now fully fit after injuries and illness are.
This is now also reflected in the statistics.
Johannes Petschner puts himself in the limelight
The Doppelsechs also worked well recently, with Andi Kostorz and Johannes Petschner in the limelight.
Sugzda praises the fact that the two intercepted a lot of balls and then got involved in building up the game.
The competition has picked up speed both in front and behind, especially since the Schrödl brothers are ready again and David Küttner and Christoph Mömkes have also resumed team training.
There are also footballers like newcomer Andre Gasteiger, who has to challenge the unerring trio Diranko / Aygün / Werner on the offensive.
Kozel - Zeisl, Opitz, Giglberger, Mühlrath (F. Schrödl) - Kostorz, Petschner, Krause (Gasteiger), Werner - Diranko, Aygün.
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