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As guests of the offensive artists

2021-10-15T01:27:16.727Z

In the District League South, two newcomers are at the forefront. VfL Denklingen leads the table and SpVgg Haidhausen lurks in fourth place, five points behind. Today, Friday (7.30 p.m.) both teams will meet in Munich for a promoted duel and a top game.



In the District League South, two newcomers are at the forefront.

VfL Denklingen leads the table and SpVgg Haidhausen lurks in fourth place, five points behind.

Today, Friday (7.30 p.m.) both teams will meet in Munich for a promoted duel and a top game.

Denklingen - Newcomers are usually the main contenders for placements in the table cellar. This season is different in the District League South. Two newcomers are at the forefront. VfL Denklingen leads the table and SpVgg Haidhausen lurks in fourth place, five points behind. Today, Friday (7.30 p.m.) both teams will meet in Munich for a promoted duel and a top game. "It will be a really high hurdle and a very difficult game", VfL coach Markus Ansorge has the greatest respect for SpVgg.

The offensive is outstanding with the Haidhauseners. With Josef Zander (9 goals) and Bekim Shabani (6), the hosts have two extremely dangerous strikers in their ranks, who are fed with balls by playmaker Cenk Imsak. "These guys have to be defended", Ansorge has given his men. Although he relies on his strong defense to slow down the best attack in the league. To ensure that this succeeds, he has already given some thought: "But I will maybe make one or the other change."

Even if VfL scored eight fewer goals than Haidhausen, "we are also well positioned offensive," Ansorge expects an interesting game.

After the hosts in defense do not have the stability as the Denklingen team, Ansorge pays off a bit.

“There they can be cracked”, the VfL coach is confident.

Haidhausen got 13 points (4 wins / 1 draw / 2 defeats) from seven home games.

In terms of personnel, the guests can again draw on the full after regular goalkeeper Manuel Seifert has reported back.

“We just can't start as sleepy as we did last in Berg,” the coach warns his team.

"After all, we want to defend the championship lead."

Source: merkur

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