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Marco Schmitt is no longer a coach in Bernbeuren - a successor has been found

2021-10-15T15:17:14.246Z

Just come to the new season and already gone: Marco Schmitt is no longer a coach at the TSV Bernbeuren regional division. His successor - at least until the winter break - will be a well-known in the region.



Just come to the new season and already gone: Marco Schmitt is no longer a coach at the TSV Bernbeuren regional division.

His successor - at least until the winter break - will be a well-known in the region.

District - first come to the new season and already gone: Marco Schmitt is no longer a coach at the TSV Bernbeuren regional division.

His successor - at least until the winter break - will be a well-known in the region.

In contrast to the athletic and personal troubled Bernbeurenern, things are currently going optimally at TSV Peiting: After five victories in a row, the team greets with a comfortable lead from the top of the table.

On the other hand, TSV Altenstadt only got one point from the last three games.

Therefore, the priority is to stop the downward trend.

TSV Bernbeuren:

That came as a surprise. During the week, Marco Schmitt resigned from his coaching position at TSV Bernbeuren. Health reasons prompted the 40-year-old to take the step. “I need a break,” said Schmitt, who recently pulled on the Bernbeuren jersey himself because of staff shortages. The table eighth of the district league 2 immediately presented a new coach. Martin Kindermann will initially look after the Auerberg team until the winter break. "For me it's a crazy ride," explains Kindermann, who lives in Eberfing and has around 50 kilometers to get there for training and games. The 51-year-old is familiar with a large part of the Bernbeuren team. “I know most of the players from my time as a youth coach. And I trained Michael Boos and Roman Lerchenmüller at TSV Peiting, "says Kindermann,who last looked after the soccer kindergarten at TSV Murnau.

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Back again: Martin Kindermann, who last trained the little ones in Murnau, steps in.

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With his new squad he is expecting TSV Moorenweis this Sunday (3 p.m.).

“I won't change much.

The team will play as before, ”explains Kindermann, who will, however, have to replace the resigned Schmitt in central defense and the injured Adrian Natzeder on the flank.

"I already have options," says the new Bernbeuren coach, who focuses less on the guest from the Fürstenfeldbruck district, who is currently in penultimate place.

"We're concentrating on our game," he says and hopes that his team has put up with the 3-0 draw against Peiting.

TSV Peiting:

FC Penzing is not necessarily one of TSV Peiting's favorite opponents. Last season, the TSV conceded two defeats against the team from the Landsberg district, where he is a guest on Sunday (4 p.m.). "That's why we won't underestimate them after the mixed start to the season", reports coach Fabian Melzer with a view to Penzing's rather disappointing position in the midfield of the district league 2. "Penzing is one of the top teams in the league", so Melzer's assessment. he expects anything but a walk for his team, which, as championship leaders, is now four points ahead of their closest rival Günzlhofen.

The top position is not in danger, but that doesn't change the fact that the Peitinger team want to continue their run of the last few weeks with five wins in a row.

“To do this, we have to show a face similar to the one we last saw in the derby win in Bernbeuren,” Melzer makes clear.

Which line-up he will play with will only be decided at short notice, as some players were ailing during the week.

"We have to see who is fit."

TSV Altenstadt:

The last time TSV Altenstadt delivered a very weak performance against the bottom line Maisach.

When playing away on Sunday at SV Mammendorf, which is tenth in the table (3 p.m.), the team around player-coach Christoph Schmitt can make amends.

But that won't be easy, "because I rate Mammendorf better than the table shows," said Schmitt.

In the past, the old towners always had a hard time against Mammendorf.

“In contrast to the Maisach game, we have to bring the basic virtues back onto the pitch,” said Schmitt.

He demands from his team more willingness to run, more clarity with and without the ball and the willingness to seek and accept duels.

"If we succeed in that, we will also take something countable with us," Schmitt is convinced.

Although he may not be able to contribute to it himself, as he is ailing like Yunus Calis and Simon Schmitt.

The last banned goalkeeper Alexander Traxel will be able to play again.

Source: merkur

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