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3rd league starts in 2022: Türkgücü in front of a record crowd - 1860 goes empty-handed

2022-01-14T11:04:49.996Z

3rd league starts in 2022: Türkgücü in front of a record crowd - 1860 goes empty-handed Created: 01/14/2022 11:53 am By: Corbinian Kothny 1860 Munich starts the new year without fan support, but Türkgücü can look forward to a record crowd. © Imago images/Ulrich Wagner After a four-week break, the 3rd league starts in 2022. While TSV 1860 has to play in front of empty stands, Türkgücü can look



3rd league starts in 2022: Türkgücü in front of a record crowd - 1860 goes empty-handed

Created: 01/14/2022 11:53 am

By: Corbinian Kothny

1860 Munich starts the new year without fan support, but Türkgücü can look forward to a record crowd.

© Imago images/Ulrich Wagner

After a four-week break, the 3rd league starts in 2022. While TSV 1860 has to play in front of empty stands, Türkgücü can look forward to a record crowd.

Munich

- Both TSV 1860 Munich and Türkgücü Munich have completed their training camp for the second half of the season in Belek and feel well prepared for the start of the third division on January 15th.

But that was it with the similarities between the two local rivals.

Türkgücü Munich starts again with new coach Andreas Heraf.

The contracts of Sebastian Hertner and Marco Kehl-Gómez have been terminated.

According to managing director Kothny, further personnel adjustments to the squad are to follow.

At TSV 1860, on the other hand, Michael Köllner is still on the sidelines and the squad is still the same as before the winter break.

The subject of Sascha Mölders is finally ticked off and the lions are putting their full focus on catching up in the league.

TSV 1860: Home game against Wehen Wiesbaden without spectators

And there are also big differences in the crowds at the start of the year between the two Munich third division teams.

The omicron wave is spreading across Germany.

Full stadiums in the near future will probably remain wishful thinking on the part of clubs and fans.

The Bavarian state government has accordingly extended the current corona measures.

In plain language, this means for all Bavarian professional teams: No spectators are allowed at major national sporting events until February 9th.

Türkgücü and 1860 will therefore have to adjust to the unloved ghost games in the near future.

And since the Löwen start the year at home against Wiesbaden on January 15, Michael Köllner's team has to do without fan support again.

Türkgücü Munich in front of a record crowd against Hallescher FC

Of course, what applies to Bavaria does not apply to the whole of Germany. Local rivals Türkgücü play at Hallescher FC on Saturday in front of 7,500 fans. Record attendance in Germany's professional leagues next weekend. In Saxony-Anhalt, the stadiums can be used up to 50 percent according to the Corona Ordinance. And after Magdeburg plays away at the weekend and there is no other professional football club in Saxony-Anhalt, Türkgücü is the front runner when it comes to fans - at least this weekend.

However, President Hasan Kivran's players shouldn't get used to that.

Next week in the derby in Grünwalder Stadion against the Munich Lions, both teams will have to do without spectators again.

At least those in six already know what to expect.

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Source: merkur

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