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District league compact: Habach hopes for support from Polling and Peißenberg

2022-05-13T12:31:29.721Z

District league compact: Habach hopes for support from Polling and Peißenberg Created: 05/13/2022Updated: 05/13/2022 2:18 p.m By: Roland Halmel Would have preferred to sink into the ground: Habach's top scorer Maximilian Nebl missed two huge chances in the top game against leaders Deisenhofen II last week, and the game ended up being lost 2-0. This means that the Habacher can no longer reach th



District league compact: Habach hopes for support from Polling and Peißenberg

Created: 05/13/2022Updated: 05/13/2022 2:18 p.m

By: Roland Halmel

Would have preferred to sink into the ground: Habach's top scorer Maximilian Nebl missed two huge chances in the top game against leaders Deisenhofen II last week, and the game ended up being lost 2-0.

This means that the Habacher can no longer reach the promotion places on their own.

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In the district league 1, the title race is exciting.

The ASV Habach is there - also looks at the games of Polling and Peißenberg during his guest appearance in Sauerlach.

District – Of the clubs from the district, only SV Polling can play freely in the final sprint of district league 1.

Despite the 0:2 defeat in the top game against Deisenhofen II, ASV Habach can still mathematically achieve the promotion places.

However, he is just as dependent on Schützenhilfe as TSV Peißenberg in its efforts to stay up in the league without relegation.

ASV Habach has respect for Sauerlachern threatened with relegation

After the defeat in the top game against Deisenhofen II, ASV Habach is dependent on Schützenhilfe to get one of the first two places.

That means: The ASV will follow closely what the competition is doing this weekend.

At the same time, coach Markus Vogt's men are also challenged and have to do their own homework first.

The ASV is a guest on Sunday at TSV Sauerlach (2 p.m.), which is in tenth place and still urgently needs points to stay up in the league.

"Sauerlach has good individual players, it won't be easy," says Vogt, who doesn't necessarily expect a thrashing like the 5-0 win in the first leg.

Philipp Puchner and Matheo Vescoli have to sit out the penultimate game of the season due to injury.

In return, Felix Habersetzer, who was recently ill, is returning to the team.

"A few players had to play against Deisenhofen, but they're fit again now," said Vogt.

SV Polling drives to the "Frühschoppenkick"

The preservation of the district league has been perfect at SV Polling for two weeks.

That's why coach Robert Färber's team can travel to FC Deisenhofen II for lunch this Saturday (12:00) without any pressure.

"There can't be a harder task at the moment," said Färber before the appearance at the leaders, who are unbeaten in eleven games.

FC-Reserve's last defeat dates back to early October, when they lost 2-1 in polling.

At that time, the SVP was in a much better position than it is now.

"We're missing four to five people," reports Färber, who can only muster a core squad.

Of course, that doesn't make the task any easier against the technically experienced and strong home team, who can currently even summon the captain of the Bayernliga team, Markus Mayer.

"It will be a Herculean task," conjectures Färber, for whom even a draw would be a sensation.

Nonetheless, he expects his eleven to show sportsmanship and give it their all.

"If you don't get hired, there is a risk of being broken up," emphasizes the SVP coach.

TSV Peißenberg in Murau before a huge task

TSV Peißenberg missed the great opportunity to reach the saving bank and avoid relegation due to the draw at home against Sauerlach.

So the team of coach Florian Heringer has to prepare for an extra round in the fight for relegation, even if there are still theoretical chances of creating relegation directly.

To do this, however, TSV would have to catch up four points behind Sauerlach in the remaining two games, which seems almost impossible given the remaining program.

This Saturday, the Peissenbergers are guests at second-placed TSV Murnau (4 p.m., sports area on Poschinger Allee), before heading to Miesbach for the finale.

"In Murnau it will be difficult if not impossible to score", Heringer sees only a very small chance for a surprise for the guest performance at Staffelsee.

After all, the hosts want to be champions, and for that they need points.

In terms of personnel, the Peißenbergers, who lost the first leg 3-1, are anything but good.

"We have a few injured people, we will protect them for relegation," said Heringer.

Source: merkur

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