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SV Miesbach wants to continue the trend against Sauerlach

2022-10-07T21:15:31.587Z

SV Miesbach has a duty in front of its chest: bottom of the table TSV Sauerlach. SV Miesbach has a duty in front of its chest: bottom of the table TSV Sauerlach. Miesbach – So far, TSV Sauerlach has been anything but competitive in district league 1. Zero points and 1:71 goals for the kickers from the south of Munich after nine games. Accordingly, anything but a clear home win for SV Miesbach would be a bitter disappointment on Saturday. The district townspeople receive the t



SV Miesbach has a duty in front of its chest: bottom of the table TSV Sauerlach.

Miesbach – So far, TSV Sauerlach has been anything but competitive in district league 1.

Zero points and 1:71 goals for the kickers from the south of Munich after nine games.

Accordingly, anything but a clear home win for SV Miesbach would be a bitter disappointment on Saturday.

The district townspeople receive the tail light at 2 p.m., provided that the guests can start.

As reported, the Sauerlacher had to cancel the last away game in Holzkirchen due to a lack of players.

"Of course the game is a must, but we want to take the game seriously.

The boys are hot and want to score goals.

We will step on the gas for 90 minutes,” promises SV coach Hans-Werner Grünwald.

Florian Voit and Christian Altenburg are available again for the Miesbach team.

Florian Stoib is injured, but will probably be able to play.

Ridvan Ulu was already used on Friday evening in the A youth and will probably take a seat on the bench for the time being.

“The game will probably play out in half again.

It's our job to combine through the wing," explains Grünwald.

On the wing, Tobias Veit and Fernando Pindado will probably be responsible for the cross runs.

In the first leg, the Miesbachers conceded a whole dozen goals to TSV and won 12-0.

The result does not necessarily have to be that high again.

“We want to continue the trend of the last few weeks.

I'm hoping for a respectable game and I'm assuming that the heart attack risk for the coach and the spectators is likely to be lower this time than last week in Otterfing," says the SV coach.

As the only undefeated team in district league 1, the Miesbacher could even conquer the top of the table if they win and there is a possible point split between Lenggries and Hausham.  

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Source: merkur

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