FC Penzberg: The trainer demands fighting power and joy of playing
Created: 08/05/2022, 16:16
By: Andreas Mayr
Denis Grgic, (Mi.) Footballer at the district league club FC Penzberg in the game against SC Unterpfaffenhofe-Germering.
District football club FC Penzberg wants to remedy the deficits from the opening game during their guest match against MTV Berg.
Penzberg – It was a nice compliment from Wolfgang Krebs.
Before the season, the online portal "Fupa" asked all coaches of the district league south about their favourites, and the MTV Berg coach named 1. FC Penzberg alongside SpVgg Haidhausen.
The kind greetings from Lake Starnberg are a pleasure to hear in Penzberg.
However, the FCP is currently in a completely different phase.
As much as the club would like to place itself at the top, coach Simon Ollert emphasizes that you can only see where it is headed after four or five games.
Before the duel in Berg on Saturday (3 p.m.), Penzberg is busy fixing essential things.
Because the start against Unterpfaffenhofen revealed that the team with their offensive paintwork and new system can't get off the treadmill yet.
Final work is still pending, first and foremost in the defensive area.
The coordination between the defenders, but also with the midfield does not fit.
Even veterans, such as Josef Siegert with all his class, wobbled one or the other time on match day one.
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Simon Ollert decided on two approaches.
Once he declares defending to be a team task and even includes the strikers.
"Everyone has to do everything to ensure that we don't concede a goal," the 25-year-old clarifies.
Secondly, he gets new staff for the second duel.
Fazlican Verep and Uros Puskas have finished their vacation.
"I'm glad that both are back," says Simon Ollert.
Verep in particular made a difference last season.
He also gained self-confidence in futsal, where he stood out as a Bundesliga regular and first goal scorer.
So when Ollert talks about changing his chain (without being specific), it should be about the Verep personnel.
The coach also tackles a topic aggressively.
As present and busy as his men were in the early minutes, things went downhill just as quickly.
Ollert missed the joy, the fun in football, which always gave him the strength to kick.
"I just didn't have the enthusiasm to play.
You can't give up a game like that lightly.” He sees that as the decisive criterion, especially against Berg.
The MTV usually works its way into the games through combat as its core competency.
"I expect pure combat.
Every club has a hard time in Berg,” says Ollert.
It can also be a bit of flattery in the other direction.