TSV 1860 remains leader – Köllner approves beer party: “A few are allowed”
Created: 08/14/2022, 06:11
Coach Michael Köllner and his pride of lions greet from the top of the table in the 3rd division.
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With a last-minute goal, TSV 1860 defended its lead in the 3rd division.
Coach Michael Köllner announces a "very pleasant return trip".
Munich - Michael Köllner had a golden hand on Saturday.
In the 69th minute he sent on striker Meris Skenderovic for Albion Vrenezi and the 24-year-old repaid his coach's trust.
He put the pride of lions into a collective jubilation mood in stoppage time at SC Verl and saved the birthday party of Yannick Deichmann, who is celebrating his 28th birthday.
"We have a very, very pleasant bus ride back," announced the coach of the table leader in an interview with Magenta Sport after the fourth three in the fourth game.
However, his kickers have to play again after arriving in Munich.
“We will train when we come back.
Tomorrow is free.” He also gave the green light for a small celebration.
"We'll sing Happy Birthday on the bus," Köllner promised.
The beer sponsor had "put something on the bus" for the club.
Nevertheless, the party shouldn't get out of hand: "Too much alcohol is harmful, it's not good for my players and we don't want to be upset either.
A few beers are allowed though.”
TSV 1860 Munich wins at SC Verl: Skenderovic overjoyed with his first goal as a professional footballer
He didn't want to overestimate the fact that he substituted for the win with Skenderovic.
Instead, there was collective praise for all his jokers: "All five who came today were the match winners." The changes after the change of sides "worked out great".
The former Schweinfurter, who scored his first goal in professional football in Verl, could hardly believe his luck after the game: "It's very special to score such a winning goal in the 90th minute.
I've been close in the past few weeks.
I'm overjoyed that it finally worked.
Skenderovic's jubilation with the supporters who had traveled with him was "a bit hornier for me" than usual.
"It feels wonderful.
It's really great how the fans support us.” Next Friday, Hallescher FC will come to the Grünwalder Stadion.
The winning goal scorer announces a heated battle for the fourteenth-placed player from Saxony-Anhalt.
"We have the maximum number of points and are a very tight team.
We always want to win and we're hot.. We want to continue like this." (Jörg Bullinger)