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SC Freising: The view is more backwards - Oestmann does not (yet) want to hear anything about the chance of promotion

2023-01-27T07:16:14.591Z


SC Freising is fourth in the Bayernliga. However, coach Alex Oestmann initially looks backwards, since the chances of promotion are likely to be very small.


SC Freising is fourth in the Bayernliga.

However, coach Alex Oestmann initially looks backwards, since the chances of promotion are likely to be very small.

Freising – After the solid 3-1 home win against MTV Rosenheim, the SC Freising volleyball players are in a good mood going to Ingolstadt.

If short-term illnesses don't decimate the SCF team again, nothing should stand in the way of another win.

And with that they could stabilize their fourth place in the Bayernliga Süd.

SC Freising: The first thing to do is to bag the early relegation

The Bayerwald Volleys still dominate the league, but they are not unbeatable.

They lost 3-0 against MTV Rosenheim.

In lurking position behind them are TSV TB Munich, MTV Munich II and SCF.

So, do Freisingers still have a chance of promotion?

Coach Alex Oestmann doesn't want to know anything about that at the moment.

"For us it's still about collecting enough points to secure early relegation.

Who knows what's to come.” Quite understandable, because the league is balanced.

With a few defeats against supposedly weaker teams, the Domstadters could even be threatened with slipping down to the relegation place.

So the way forward is: first secure the bottom, and then one or the other surprise can happen in the final spurt of the season.

(By the way: everything from the region is now also available in our regular Freising newsletter.)

The main reason why the coach is so reserved is that the entire squad has never been available to him in recent weeks due to illness, injuries or professional commitments.

"That could also be the case against Ingolstadt." The ability to improvise in the SCF team is almost admirable.

“Meanwhile, some of our players can take on not just one practiced role on the field, but two or even three.

And they go along with everything funny in the tactics that their coach thinks up because of it,” explains Oestmann.

The SCF coach is therefore certain that – no matter what happens – he can play with a powerful team in Ingolstadt.

Top performer Simon Goisser, who was used as a libero against Rosenheim because of a shoulder problem, is again available for the diagonal position.

The people of Ingolstadt are definitely not casual customers that can be dealt with in passing.

The 3-2 win in Rosenheim last weekend proves that.

Alex Ostmann is building on good serves, a lot of movement on the field and above all on a good atmosphere and communication within the team.

BY PETER SPANRAD

You can find more current news from the district of Freising at Merkur.de/Freising.

Source: merkur

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