The tops and flops of the Erdinger district class: Paul outshines everything
Created: 12/21/2022 9:38 am
By: Tobias Fischbeck
Klettham's top scorer Tobi Paulus is unstoppable.
Here he prevails against four Oberdinger players.
Archive: riedel After the golden September came the gray October.
Oberding's department manager Tobi Huber Altenerding's anger about point deductions New assistant coach for Aspis © Christian Riedel / fotografie-ri
So far, the football district class 4 could hardly be surpassed in terms of excitement. Three teams are right at the top with the same number of points.
Erding – After a mixed pre-season, it was not foreseeable that RW Klettham would be in first place at the winter break.
Coach Flo Leininger is particularly proud that all players have developed positively: "But I would like to highlight two.
Marco Golemic, who previously only played in the second, has developed into an absolute regular.
The other is Tobi Paulus.
He was always a fine footballer before that.
But this season the determination, the cold in front of the box and the way he makes his huts are impressive,” enthuses Leininger.
In addition to SC Moosen, promoted Altenerding can also be found at the top with 35 points.
Nevertheless, one mourns the three points deducted from the game against Hohenpolding.
"One of the flops was a point deduction for an 18-year-old player who was used in a game that was long overdue.
He should get 20 minutes of match practice.
On the other hand, the sporting behavior of DJK Ottenhofen was top when an 18-year-old was used and no objection was lodged," says department head Andreas Heilmaier.
From relegation candidates to the top team: The Finsinger Reserve has made this change.
“The 26 points at the winter break and the fact that we were even the front runners at times, in contrast to the six points and the penultimate place last season, are a real highlight.
On the other hand, the 2:3 against Hallbergmoos was bitter when we had to make it 3:2 in the last minute and conceded the goal in return," says coach Thomas Bonnet.
SVE Berglern is also in secure midfield because of their home strength.
"It's just going well at home with the great support of our fans.
Unfortunately, our away record isn't that good.
The first half in Ottenhofen was scary.
The draw in Isen wasn't much better either," says Marcus Balbach.
The TuS Oberding also has a buffer at the top and bottom.
“Our streak of seven games without defeat and 17 points after our false start is great.
Unfortunately, after the golden September came the gray October with the climax in the game against Türkgücü Erding, where we gave away the three points due to our own lack of discipline,” summarizes TuS department head Tobi Huber.
FC Hohenpolding also belongs to the chasing quartet.
"Our young players, Lukas Forster, Fabian Kieblspeck and Michael Schuster have developed really well.
And we're the only team in this league to have beaten the leaders twice.
It's not so good that we're not well positioned across the board," says FCH coach Dimi Petkos.
FC Forstern, who merged with SV Buch, broke new ground before the season: “It worked really well.
Some were skeptical at first because we were rivals before.
The negative experience was the second half against Moosen, when we conceded four goals and a 1:6 swatter," says Forstern's spokesman Albert Bowinzki.
Promoted DJK Ottenhofen is currently on the relegation place.
"The cohesion of the entire squad and the points gained from the English week and the final sprint make me feel positive," says DJK department head Benjamin Settles.
“The number of injuries was a big problem.
The personnel problems were exacerbated by the rule change, which means that only one player from the first team can be used in the reserve without restrictions.”
TSV Aspis Taufkirchen occupied the second relegation place.
"But what makes me confident despite the weak position in the table is that the team is now a tight-knit bunch.
It's the same throughout the club.
Our board is doing a great job and as a coach I feel the support,” says TSV player coach Leo Balderanos.
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The two bottom players in the league, TSV St. Wolfgang and TSV Isen, did not want to comment on the tops and flops topic.
1. SC Moosen 16 63: 30 35
2. Red-White Klettham 16 60: 28 35
3. SpVgg Altenerding 16 46: 16 35
4. SV Eintracht Berglern 16 36: 28 26
5. FC Finsing II 16 35: 30 26
6. FC Hohenpolding 15 33: 29 25
7. TuS Oberding 16 29: 29 25
8. VfB Hallbergmoos II 16 33: 33 22
9. FC Türkgücü Erding 15 23: 27 20
10. FC Forstern 16 31: 43 20
11. DJK Ottenhofen 16 31: 33 19
12. TSV Aspis Taufkirchen 16 27: 53 14
13. TSV St. Wolfgang 16 25: 49 9
14. TSV Isen 16 13: 57 4
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