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District class Erding: Will the relegated team decide the title fight?

2022-05-13T19:31:48.946Z

District class Erding: Will the relegated team decide the title fight? Created: 05/13/2022Updated: 05/13/2022 21:19 By: Tobias Fischbeck Hot derby: Things got down to business between Moosinninger Reserve (yellow-black) and SV Eichenried. Here Michael Kopp is “talking” to Thomas Auerweck, who is lying on the ground. 2:0 score if you don't show up Huber insists on the rules of the game "We won't



District class Erding: Will the relegated team decide the title fight?

Created: 05/13/2022Updated: 05/13/2022 21:19

By: Tobias Fischbeck

Hot derby: Things got down to business between Moosinninger Reserve (yellow-black) and SV Eichenried.

Here Michael Kopp is “talking” to Thomas Auerweck, who is lying on the ground.

2:0 score if you don't show up Huber insists on the rules of the game "We won't let ourselves down" © Christian Riedel

Goal difference can make the difference: Eichenried on the last day of the game in Buch

Eichenried/Moosinning/Buch - The district class is heading for the most exciting final in years.

If FC Moosinning 2 wins in Moosen on Sunday, it will have the same number of points as SV Eichenried.

And because the direct comparison is just as balanced, both won their away game 1-0, then the goal difference counts.

And in this case, the weakest team in the league could tip the scales: SV Buch.

While the FCM still have to do their homework in the games on Sunday in Moosen (see report below) and a week later against Finsings Reserve, Eichenried, who have no games this weekend, only have to play once more: on the last day of the game at Buch, who has been relegated.

And it is precisely this constellation that causes headaches for some Moosinningers.

The Bucher team had to contend with considerable personnel worries throughout the entire season - the reserves were already deregistered from the game.

Nevertheless, the precarious situation continued to worsen.

Last weekend, Bucher could only muster ten players against Klettham - and were overrun with 0:7.

At the moment, Moosinning has a goal difference (62:16) compared to Eichenried (65:20) - with one game less.

However, the SVE could possibly celebrate a rifle festival against Bucher, who may be decimated again, and thus the championship and direct promotion.

So far the Moosinninger concern.

The Eichenrieder, on the other hand, have another concern.

If Buch does not play - like three weeks ago in Forstern - the game would only be rated 2-0 for the SVE.

That in turn would accommodate the FCM.

"The games against Buch cannot simply be taken out of the rating," says game director Florian Neubert when asked.

“That is very clearly regulated by the rules of the game of the BFV.

In the amateur field you often have the situation that a club doesn't have all the players available," explains Neubert.

"You could look through the whole season and you would always find games." For example, both top teams played against Klettham within a week: Eichenried won 4:3, Moosinning 8:0.

The game master summarizes: "Put very simply, I have no way of de-rating games."

SV Eichenried also insists on the rules of the game.

Chairman Stefan Huber defends SV Buch.

"First of all, we would like to state that there are clear regulatory requirements from the association, which we of course adhere to.

In addition, we are not responsible for the abolition of a clean-up game, nor for setting the game plan and the associated deadlines," he emphasizes.

"The BFV has decided that in the event of a tie, the direct comparison and then the goal difference counts, we will stick to that.

We're in a sporting competition." The SVE chairman states: "It can't be expected that we play with the handbrake on just because we're playing against the bottom of the table on the last match day and it might be possible

The assumption that an Eichenrieder "disc shooting" could take place in Buch, which decides the championship, and the related request from the local newspaper Huber considered "disrespectful towards Buch" and the wording as "strange".

He hopes "that Buch will do its best and that the championship will be decided on the lawn".

"We will definitely compete, field the best possible team, and those who are on the pitch will do everything they can," promises Buchs player-coach Dominic Fumelli.

"We won't let ourselves down.

The people from Klettham can certainly confirm that.”

The Moosinninger Reserve would like to concentrate on this Sunday first.

Therefore, he does not want to comment on the subject, said player-coach Bene Thumbs.

2:0 score if you don't show up

Huber insists on the rules of the game

"We won't let ourselves down"

Source: merkur

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