SV Raisting is involved in the district league south.
Before the game against SVN Munich, player-coach Franz is plagued by some (personnel) concerns.
Raisting - SV Raisting missed the chance to take the table lead in the District League South with a win on the previous matchday.
In the home game against TSV Neuried it was only enough to score 1: 1.
Now the SVR has a second opportunity to take their place in the sun - if only for one day, probably.
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The prerequisite is a victory this Saturday in the guest appearance at SV Neuperlach Munich (3:30 p.m.).
"That may only be for one night, but this chance should be extra motivation," says SVR player-coach Johannes Franz, knowing that one of the two points ahead of the Raistingern competitors from Oberweikertshofen and Denklingen, who on Sunday in direct duel, could pass again.
SV Raisting is plagued by a wave of colds
With the targeted victory, the Raistinger would also have cracked the mark of 30 points on the penultimate matchday of the first half of the season.
"That would be outstanding and the reward for all the hard work," says Franz, who still has the previous season in mind when his team was trembling about staying up until shortly before the cancellation.
Surprisingly, the Neuperlachers have to grapple with this this season. "I would have expected it further up," said Franz. He is surprised that the strong and robust team from the state capital only ranks eleventh. It was only on the last day of the match that SVN ended a series of eight games without a win with a 3-1 win against Unterpfaffenhofen. Although the SVR ranks significantly higher in the table than the opponent, he does not see his team in the role of favorites. This may also be due to the fact that the SVR had a hard time against the strong defensive Neuperlacher in the past. The only two comparisons ended in a draw.
But Franz can do without another draw.
"But that can only work if we show our basic virtues," said the SVR coach.
Above all, he requires his troops to be ready to run and fight.
However, he is currently worried about the number of failures, as a wave of colds rushes through the team.
"On Tuesday there were seven field players in training," reports Franz, who in Neuperlach has to do without the sick Sebastian Bertl, David Hendel, Daniel Weber and Sebastian Baur.
"The failure of Sebi Baur, who played outstandingly in the last few weeks, is extremely bitter", regrets Franz, who also has a few ailing players.