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TSV Haching Munich: Well played - lost 0: 3

2021-10-11T15:57:17.355Z

Unterhaching - The start went as one could expect, namely very similar to many games last season: The volleyball players of TSV Haching Munich were defeated by the Helios Grizzlys Giesen with 0: 3 (21:25, 22:25, 21:25), but showed very good approaches at times. The next and probably a bit tougher test for the most inexperienced team in the Bundesliga will already take place today at 7 p.m. at the SWD Powervolleys in Düren.



Unterhaching - The start went as one could expect, namely very similar to many games last season: The volleyball players of TSV Haching Munich were defeated by the Helios Grizzlys Giesen with 0: 3 (21:25, 22:25, 21:25), but showed very good approaches at times.

The next and probably a bit tougher test for the most inexperienced team in the Bundesliga will already take place today at 7 p.m. at the SWD Powervolleys in Düren.

BY UMBERTO SAVIGNANO

Haching's new coach Bogdan Tanase was satisfied with the premiere: "After about a month of preparation, it was very good." His team played on par with the hosts, especially at the beginning of the first and third set, and took the lead there. But in the end, even a 9: 4 lead in the third round was not enough for a partial success, which was perhaps also due to the limited personal possibilities: Simeon Topuzliev had not started the trip because of his shoulder injury, Patrick Rupprecht only came up briefly due to his knee problems Field. Because of the two attacked outside attackers, Tanase resorted to an unusual tactical variant by ordering two diagonals onto the field with Philipp Schumann and Juro Petrusic in the third set.but left Niklas Brandt, who is at home in the outer position, outside. “I brought Juro for Niklas because he didn't have such a good day. I just wanted to try something and it worked out quite well, "said the coach, who was overall" satisfied with the performance "and was confident about the future:" I think we will improve every game. "Praise for Tanase's young troops were also there from the enemy. "Haching is playing well," said Giesen's injured outside attacker Stijn van Tilburg.“There was also praise for Tanase's young team from the opponent. "Haching is playing well," said Giesen's injured outside attacker Stijn van Tilburg.“There was also praise for Tanase's young team from the opponent. "Haching is playing well," said Giesen's injured outside attacker Stijn van Tilburg.

An increase is necessary

An increase should actually be necessary today to pull yourself out of the affair as respectably as in Hildesheim, where the Giesener play their home games. The Düren, who beat the Netzhoppers KW-Bestensee 3-2 on Sunday, are according to TSV sports director Mihai Paduretu "definitely a favorite for the semifinals or even the final". Haching's new captain Jonas Sagstetter also has respect for the home side: “Düren is very strong. You were close to reaching the championship final last year, that says it all. Most of the squad stayed, that's a tough one. ”Tanase even believes“ that Düren is a little stronger than last season. The scaffolding has remained and has been cleverly supplemented."The TSV coach is particularly looking forward to seeing Düren's setter Tomas Kocian-Falkenbach:" I already worked well and successfully with him during my time at VfB Friedrichshafen. "

Haching's new diagonal attacker Philipp "Pippo" Schumann, who played for Düren for two years before moving to the Munich district, will meet several old friends.

By the way, Schumann was the most successful Hachinger against Giesen with 15 points.

The MVP award, however, went to a defensive specialist: the 17-year-old Libero Leonard Graven.

TSV Haching Munich:

J. Sagstetter, Heckel, Schumann, Brandt, Rösler, E. Paduretu, Graven (L);

B. Sagstetter, Petrusic, Rupprecht

Source: merkur

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