VfL Denklingen wants to get out of the draw mode
Created: 08/19/2022, 13:25
By: Roland Halmel
Ready for action again: The recently injured Michael Stahl (in the blue jersey; here in a league game this May against MTV Berg) has reported fit.
© Roland Halmel
Still undefeated, but already with three draws.
VfL Denklingen wants to win again - it should work on Saturday against a promoted team.
Denklingen – Only four teams are still undefeated in the district league south.
This also includes VfL Denklingen.
Coach Markus Ansorge's team only won one of the four games.
In the end, VfL shared a point three times.
"We want to get out of this draw mode now," says Ansorge with a view to the home game this Saturday (2 p.m.) against FC Hellas Munich.
VfL Denklingen meets newly promoted FC Hellas at home
According to the VfL coach, the newcomer from the state capital is “not a bad opponent, as the 3-1 win against Murnau shows”.
With four points, Munich are in midfield.
"Defensively they are maybe a bit vulnerable," says Ansorge.
After all, the Greeks, who are known to be strong in combat, have already conceded eleven goals.
However, Ansorge's focus is more on his own team, which is very well prepared for the home game.
"The training week was outstanding in terms of commitment and intensity," the coach said happily.
Coach Ansorge praises the players' diligence in training
There was also good news from the recently injured players Michael Stahl and Tobias Ried, both of whom are fit again.
Keepers Manuel Seifert and Arjanit Robaj, who were ill for a few days during the week, are also available.
"I'm spoiled for choice and I don't even know exactly how I'm going to line up," says Ansorge after he has plenty of personnel to draw from.
What is certain, however, is that he does not underestimate the people of Munich.
"We have to be there from the start, accept the duels and close the spaces." He also impressed his men.
The goal of the Denklinger is to provide the dominant team on their own pitch and to appear with self-confidence.
"We've proven many times that we can do that," Ansorge has great confidence in his team.
"We are well prepared and want to win." Being unbeaten is all well and good, but now Ansorge wants to continue the good series with a win and not another draw.