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Vatanspor Freising and SV Marzling want to correct kick-off clap

2022-08-11T05:08:33.610Z

Vatanspor Freising and SV Marzling want to correct kick-off clap Created: 08/11/2022, 07:00 Marzling's coach Christian Grüll wants to see a reaction against Vatanspor. © SVM On Thursday evening, Vatanspor Freising and SV Marzling open the second district class matchday. Both teams are challenged after opening bankruptcies. Freising/Marzling - The second day of play in district class 3 starts t



Vatanspor Freising and SV Marzling want to correct kick-off clap

Created: 08/11/2022, 07:00

Marzling's coach Christian Grüll wants to see a reaction against Vatanspor.

© SVM

On Thursday evening, Vatanspor Freising and SV Marzling open the second district class matchday.

Both teams are challenged after opening bankruptcies.

Freising/Marzling

- The second day of play in district class 3 starts this Thursday at 8 p.m. with the Vatanspor Freising game against SV Marzling.

After their clear opening defeats against Kirchdorf and Au, both teams want to score their first points this week.

Vatanspor Freising: Offensive department should be back in full swing

The hosts in particular are already under a bit of pressure, as there will be even fewer players available in the next few weeks than in the first two rounds due to the start of the vacation phase.

Assistant coach Gökhan Cavus hopes that the team can better exploit their potential in front of their home crowd than when they lost 4-0 in Kirchdorf at the start of the season.

There the defeat could have been even worse if goalkeeper Patric Barba or the post hadn't stood in the way.

Unlike in Kirchdorf, the offensive department should be back in full swing for tonight's game.

Xhino Myrteza should be up front, Opeyemi Babalola will make a decision at short notice.

SV Marzling: "Indisputable performance" against Au is ticked off

It doesn't matter which staff is on the pitch at Vatanspor, Marzling's coach Christian Grüll exudes confidence.

He immediately agreed to the opponent's request to move the game forward to Thursday and is happy that his team can now quickly make amends for the bitter 4-1 defeat against Au.

"We lost the first game against Au and put in an unbelievable performance across the board," says Grüll.

"We talked about it afterwards, learned our lessons from it and now everything is fine.

The game against Au is over, so we won't change the way we play football.

My team and I want to win every game.” BY JOSEF FUCHS

Source: merkur

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