Pframmern vs. Eber: Will compensation come after the 1:10 loss?
Created: 05/13/2022, 7:00 p.m
Ready for compensation after the 1:10 in Zamdorf: Pframmern's kicker.
TSV Oberpframmern meets TSV Ebersberg on Sunday (2:30 p.m.).
With a point, the hosts could make the league perfect.
- After the extraordinary 1:10 "collective failure" in Zamdorf, press spokesman Michael Huber had already said everything about the "humiliation for each individual" from an Oberpframmern perspective.
Irrespective of the fact that the TSVO at home this Sunday against TSV Ebersberg (kick-off 2.30 p.m.) can already seal relegation in the district league 3 with a draw, the teammates of the injured captain who are still able to play would have to “compensate themselves and the fans for to make an intolerable appearance".
The experienced Huber thinks that the Zamdorf target shooting shouldn't be set too high either.
"We've won and caught up so much in the second half of the season, so staying up in the league can be celebrated if we make it on Sunday." .
In this case, the second relegation in a row for the team of TSV trainer Timi Tepedelen could only be prevented by relegation.
The Ebersbergers will not voluntarily give up the scapegoat
Nevertheless, the district townspeople would have drawn “a positive effect” from their recent point sharing with Zamdorf (0:0) and Oberföhring (2:2), as Eber captain Maxi Volk explains: “Although the results and point yield were not entirely satisfactory, we will we will continue to try everything to keep the class straight until everything is mathematically fixed.”
But he only worries to a limited extent about the danger of the humiliated Heimelf.
"I can't deny that we didn't see the result.
Double digits don't happen too often in the district league.
Of course, Pframmern wants to correct that and we are now supposed to be responsible for that.” Of course, the boars will not voluntarily make the scapegoat.
"We didn't cover ourselves with glory in the first leg and lost without a trace 3-0 against Pframmern," Volk recalls, in addition to the situational need for success, also his own urge to rehabilitate.