Effective at set-pieces, exuberant when celebrating: After the well-deserved 3-0 victory in the relegation match against SG Eichenfeld, there was no stopping the Gammelsdorf footballers. © Farmer
The FVgg Gammelsdorf gives SG Eichenfeld no chance in the relegation and remains in the district class. SGE coach Ludger Reuter complained about a controversial hand penalty.
Gammelsdorf/Eichenfeld – All good things come in threes? "No," says Tobias Weinzierl, "not again!" The coach of FVgg Gammelsdorf led his team to relegation for the second time in a row thanks to the clear 3-0 (1-0) victory against SG Eichenfeld. While his footballers and the fans loudly celebrated the inability to be relegated from the district class, the coach was happy that they could now draw a line under this season and the emotionally exhausting relegation.
Gammelsdorf is now aiming for a stress-free relegation – the future belongs to the SBU
After the win against Eichenfeld, Weinzierl spoke of a well-deserved success and rightly pointed out that the opponent had actually only been allowed one great chance. Up front, meanwhile, his team was extremely effective in set-pieces – and was thus rewarded for the upward trend in the second half of the season. Weinzierl had already extended his contract as coach at an early stage. His team will stay together in this form - but the coach hopes for one thing: that after two relegations in the coming season, it will be a little more stressful to stay in the league.
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On the other hand, Eichenfeld coach Ludger Reuter was not dissatisfied with the performance of his team, "because we were the better team in the second half. We just didn't finish the attacks, made the wrong decisions up front and didn't make the last pass." Reuter consoled his kickers with the fact that they had not pursued second place in the A-Class 5 as a goal before the season. Either way, the future belongs to this young team. Next year, another attempt at the district class is quite possible.
Hand penalty after deflected shot angers SGE coach Reuter
In front of 700 spectators in Moosburg's Neustadt, the Eichenfelder also had to struggle with their nerves and effectiveness. Ibrahim Bah was symbolic of this: Again and again, the lightning-fast striker ran away from the Gammelsdorfers without anything coming of it. No opportunities arose from the advantages.
Ludger Reuter was particularly hurt by the way he conceded goals. So the free kick to make it 1-0 was deflected and therefore indefensible. He was even more annoyed by the penalty kick for the ultimately decisive 2-0, in which first the Gammelsdorf outcry and then, with a little delay, the referee's whistle sounded. For the SBU coach, the penalty was a wrong decision: "The player had his hands behind his back – and there was a shot that was deflected twice. It's not a hand game." NICO BAUER
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