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The tops and flops of the Erdinger district league


The tops and flops of the Erdinger district league Created: 01/03/2023 09:20 By: Wolfgang Krzizok Thrilling derby in front of a full house: The 2: 2 at the start of the district league whetted our appetite for more. Andre Huber (l.) and his Finsinger had clearly dominated Christian Reiser and FC Moosinning that day, but then had to accept the equalizer. Not the only points that the FCF sorely m

The tops and flops of the Erdinger district league

Created: 01/03/2023 09:20

By: Wolfgang Krzizok

Thrilling derby in front of a full house: The 2: 2 at the start of the district league whetted our appetite for more.

Andre Huber (l.) and his Finsinger had clearly dominated Christian Reiser and FC Moosinning that day, but then had to accept the equalizer.

Not the only points that the FCF sorely misses.

© Christian Riedel / fotografie-ri

While FC Moosinning pulled themselves out of the doldrums, Dorfen, Langengeisling and especially Finsing were plagued by relegation worries.

District – Four teams from the district of Erding play in the district league east and are fairly spread out in the table.

FC Finsing is on a relegation zone.

Neighbors in midfield are TSV Dorfen and FC Langengeisling, both of which are not very far from the bottom of the table.

FC Moosinning, on the other hand, is in third place with contact to SK Srbija Munich, which is four points ahead of the promotion relegation place.

Leader TSV Kastl should not be caught with a lead of 13 points.

FC Moosinning: Ten games unbeaten

The season for the Moosinninger started very differently.

In the first six matches, the yellow-blacks only managed one win, drew against Finsing and lost to the other two district clubs Langengeisling (0:1) and Dorfen (0:4).

It came to a head: Club vice and sporting director Rupert Lanzinger sharply criticized coach Christoph Ball and threw it down.

The club stood by the coach – and was confirmed.

"The poor start with all the turbulence - those were the flops," says Ball. "And also that the two goalkeepers left us again despite commitments." can: Aaron Siegl.

As a result, we got a goalkeeper who was a whole lot better - that was a stroke of luck, of course." For the coach, defender Hannes Volkmar is also one of the top players, who leads the internal scorer list: "The way he marches ahead as captain is worthy of all honor. "

After the miserable start things went uphill, with the last ten games without defeat.

“You can be a bit proud of the way we pulled ourselves together as a team and club after the difficult time – from second to last place to third – you can be a bit proud of that,” Ball enthuses about a top team effort.

"When you stick together, you see what's possible.

And now we are in the regions where we belong in terms of quality.”

TSV Dorfen: Coach takes his hat

TSV Dorfen went the opposite way.

"We were initially in the table region that we are aiming for, i.e. in the first third of the table," says Armin Feckl, who started the season as assistant coach and surprisingly replaced Christoph Deissenböck during the preliminary round, who resigned for health reasons .

"The flop is clearly our bad luck with injuries," emphasizes Feckl.

"We had some very, very unlucky games with a lot of tight results." TSV wanted to strengthen the squad, especially across the board.

"We did a lot for that during the summer break." The club made a lot of efforts "and brought back some young people from Burghausen who were originally from Dorfen.

But when the bad luck with injuries hits so badly, it's a flop, of course."

Feckl sees “individual games, especially the two matches against leader Kastl, in which we looked really good” in the Dorfern team as tops.

In Kastl Dorfen had to accept a 1:2 defeat, at home there was a respectable 0:0.

"We could have won both times," emphasizes Feckl.

Because in the end, however, luck was not necessarily on the side of the Isenstadt team in the preliminary round, they slipped down the table, and the TSV coach is well aware: "We are relatively close to the relegation zone." But there is reason to panic Not.

FC Langengeisling: Strong against top teams

Maxi Hintermaier, player-coach of FC Langengeisling, speaks of "changing performances overall - we played really good games, but also delivered a few not-so-good games".

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The 31-year-old doesn't have to think long about the flops.

"What annoys me or what hurts me a bit is that we dropped too many points against the promoted team.

Especially the games against Ostermünchen and Finsing, and above all the 0:5 in Raubling, that hurt incredibly.” And Hintermaier adds: “We simply left too much behind, you have to say that very clearly.”

Collision: The derby between FC Langengeisling and TSV Dorfen was also robust.

In the picture Leon Eicher observes the aerial acrobatics of Fabio Zöller, Ömer Altinisik, Michael Friemer and David Riederle (from left).

© Weingartner

Curiously, his team "had it a bit easier against the top teams".

The Geislingen team won 3-2 against fourth-placed Töging, 1-0 against third-placed Moosinning and finally 2-0 against second-placed SK Srbija, who had previously been unbeaten in 33 games.

These three results were absolutely great.

"What was also very positive in this context was the game against Kastl, where you could see that we can keep up with the leaders of the table," says Hintermaier.

"We lost 2-1, but that didn't have to be the case.

We definitely deserved a point.” All in all, there are a few little things that are missing, “but I am confident that we can do it”.

What belongs in the category of flops for the FCL player coach is “that a real eleven could never get used to it.

That's a shame.

We had too many injury-related absences and consequently too many changes, such as in the back four.” Particularly serious: “First Andi Buchberger was out for a longer period of time, and then Domi Geigerseder moved to New York.” In addition, people were constantly ill Players were missing, or vacationers.

"But I don't blame anyone for that," emphasizes Geisling's player-coach: "Unfortunately, that was the same last year."

He's already looking at the second half of the season: "We're going into the season very positively and hopefully we'll come out of the winter break really well.

It's probably a Geislinger phenomenon that the team comes out well, but I don't want to shout it out," says Hintermaier with a laugh, who is aware: "There's a lot of work behind it, of course, that we pull through well." But he emphasizes: "Me I'm in good spirits that we'll get our points and make sure we stay up in the league as quickly as possible."

FC Finsing: Still without a point away from home

The specter of relegation settled in Finsing over the winter break.

Nevertheless, coach Bernd Häfele is not dissatisfied.

"So the many great derbies in the preliminary round were great for us, including the good atmosphere and the many spectators," enthuses the FCF coach.

"Furthermore, I'm very satisfied with the development of individual young players.

That was the first step in our development – ​​and we have to take the second step in the second half of the season to establish ourselves firmly in the district league.”

There is currently one point missing for the relegation place, only three points are to the saving shore.

So relegation is within sight.

In order to achieve it, "you need good and fully focused preparation," Häfele knows.

"Until then, we're all recovering well so that we can then attack fully."

"Unfortunately, and you have to say it, our away games were flops, because we didn't get a point there," said the FC Finsing coach angrily.

"We have to work on that and improve." And when he looks at the table, he adds: "With just a few away points, we would have a completely different situation."

District League East

1. TSV Kastl 18 50: 17 45

2. SK Srbija Munich 18 42: 21 36

3. FC Moosinning 18 29: 19 32

4. FC Toging 17 27: 18 32

5. SV Saaldorf 18 37: 23 28

6th ESV Freilassing 17 23: 26 28

7. SV Waldperlach 18 41: 40 25

8. TuS Raubling 18 32:32 25

9. TSV Dorfen 18 31: 28 22

10. FC Langgeisling 18 22: 32 21

11. TSV Siegsdorf 17 28: 34 18

12. SV Ostermunchen 17 17: 27 17

13. TSV Buchbach II 16 19: 37 17

14. TSV Peterskirchen 18 18: 26 16

15. FC Finsing 17 22: 43 16

16. SB DJK Rosenheim 17 29: 44 9

Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2023-01-03

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