SEF brings back offensive talent Selim Magat: Successful discussion after an inglorious departure
Created: 07/02/2022, 08:00
Selim Magat (20) starts a new attempt in the SEF national league team.
Two weeks before the start of the Landesliga Southeast, the SE Freising footballers announce another newcomer in attacking man Selim Magat.
- The 20-year-old was already in the yellow-black squad in 2021/22, still under coach Alex Plabst - his departure was accompanied by some background noise at the time.
Magat had the bold dream of becoming a professional soccer player, but then said goodbye to FC Croatia Munich, not necessarily on good terms, and helped out there for five games (three goals) in the district league.
Now the Freisingers signed the youngster a second time - also because the new coaching team with Florian Bittner and Michael Schmid spoke with Magat.
"We're happy about that, because we think very highly of Selim," says Bittner.
When Magat was on the pitch for the SEF (twelve games, two goals), he stood out with his technically adept game.
The 20-year-old is someone who could do Freising well on the flank.
He proved that in his first test match,
in Palzing he immediately scored a goal.
"Of course he's still behind in training, but he'll definitely help us," emphasizes player-coach Bittner.
U19 replacement Hones snaps in the first two test games - Kirchberger on the way back to old strength
One that many didn't have on their list is Marcos Hones, who moved up to the U19s.
The 18-year-old would still be eligible to play in the A-Juniors, but did so well that those responsible immediately ordered him to the state league team.
He snapped three times in the first two test games – two of them were tactically and technically excellent.
"That was strong, you have to stand up first and accept the pass," praised Bittner.
Hones can be used variably, can attack in the storm, but also in the half positions.
And Eintracht has another reason to be happy: Vitus Kirchberger appeared on the match sheet for the first time in almost two years.
Kirchberger, 26, is considered one of the strongest central defenders in the league, but the back slowed down the native Lerchenfelder for a long time.
Now the homegrown player has tried it again - and it looks like it could become a real alternative in the back four.
The 26-year-old is physically fit, he's been jogging a lot in the past few months, and now he needs to be fit to play football.
Against Dorfen and in Palzing he was able to play half-time without any problems.
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