District league compact: Habach with a lot of self-confidence - Corona cases before the derby
Created: 09/23/2022, 17:59
By: Roland Halmel
Who will prevail this time?
In the first leg, Pollinger (in white, here Tobias Niederleitner) won 4:3 at TSV Peißenberg (in red, here Michael Gladiator).
The second leg will take place in Polling on Sunday.
© Oliver Rabuser
In the district league 2, ASV Habach goes to SV Münsing.
TSV Peißenberg is worried about various corona cases in the team before the derby in Polling.
District – At half time in district league 2, two of the three district teams are at the top of the table.
As far as the distance to the pursuers is concerned, ASV Habach and TSV Peißenberg could take a big step towards the promotion round this weekend.
ASV Habach is the only team in the league that is still undefeated.
The mood is accordingly.- "We're going to the away game with a big heart, but not arrogantly," says coach Markus Vogt before the performance on Sunday (4 p.m.) at SV Münsing.
The promoted team from Lake Starnberg is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the main club this weekend and invited TSV 1860 Munich to a friendly game yesterday, Friday.
The third division team had the opportunity to do so due to the international break in the professional area.
The Münsingers would therefore have liked to move the district league game against the Habachers.
"Unfortunately, we didn't find a date," Vogt confessed.
So the Münsingers have to play against the ASV just two days after the lions.
"That can have an impact on the strength," Vogt sees his team at a slight advantage.
In the first leg, in the 2-0 win, the Habach team had a relatively difficult time against the strong SVM.
That's why Vogt also warns against underestimating the sixth in the table, even though Münsing recently lost 5-0 to Polling.
"80 percent is not enough," Vogt makes clear.
In terms of personnel, he can draw on almost unlimited resources.
There is only a small question mark over the use of Peter Diepold and Philip Puchner, both of whom are injured.
Their traditional "Vorwiesn", which the footballers of TSV Peißenberg organized last week, was good for the club's treasury.
From a sporting point of view, the meeting was probably suboptimal.
"We have numerous corona cases in the team," reports TSV player coach Michael Stossberger.
In total, he is missing at least seven players before the derby on Sunday (2 p.m.) at SV Polling – these include the Jungmann brothers as well as Philipp Solleder and Elias Graf, who were in the starting XI on the most recent matchday.
"Now I have to see if I can get a team together somehow, because the 'second' players are also playing at the same time," says Stossberger.
No corona problems, but SV Polling has many holidaymakers.
Four players, including Philipp Schöttl and Markus Kasper, are therefore not available.
Marcel Mayr and Stefan Weinhart are also missing due to injury.
Nevertheless, the mood is good at SVP, the decisive factor for this was the first win of the season (5:0 over Münsing).
"That brought a lot of self-confidence," says SVP coach Michael Stossberger.
He still has an open score to settle against Peißenberger from the 3:4 defeat in the first leg.
"We can't make the mistakes from the game again," says Schöttl.
The coaching team analyzed the game in detail, which gave his team a crack that had a negative effect for weeks.
"We can't let ourselves be fooled like that anymore," he expects, above all, that his squad will fight back.
After all, the SVP still has chances for the promotion round with only five points behind in third place.
But that's not an issue for Schöttl at the moment.
"We look from game to game," says the SVP coach.
His Peissenberger colleague is currently thinking in other, much shorter time frames.
"I check from hour to hour whether there are other corona cases," says Stossberger.
Still, he's hoping for a threesome in polling.
"Because we will field a team that can win at SVP," said Stossberger confidently despite the difficult circumstances.