Four internal duels are on the program on Sunday in the regional soccer league. Among other things, the bottom of the table 1. FC Niederkassel is aiming for their first win of the season in their home game against TuS Buisdorf.
VfR Hangelar – SC Uckerath (kick-off: 3.15 p.m.). For weeks, VfR trainer Frank Schmitz has had to prove himself as a “juggler”. “We are missing players in the double digits every week. So I’ve always had to change the starting XI in at least one position. In addition, we have not yet finished a game to zero, ”says the trainer. Striker Sven Meyer and Matthias Büttgen return to the squad against Uckerath. However, the use of Martin Hennig, Lennard Bär and Felix Wittrien is questionable.
After only one point from the last three games, SC Uckerath wants to get back on the road to success. However, you don’t feel any pressure in the blue-white camp. Coach Didi Rombach predicted weeks ago that there would be fluctuations in his young team. Most recently, the SCU won a point against the Bröltaler SC (1: 1).
SV Leuscheid – FC Hertha Rheidt (3:15 p.m.). After three wins in a row, Leuscheider’s chest couldn’t be wider. “Rheidt is a strong opponent, but we are also able to win on Sunday. The audience will be our twelfth man again, ”predicts coach Slobodan Kresovic.
His counterpart Gregor Eibl knows about the difficulty of the task, but after the 3-0 draw against Neunkirchen-Seelscheid he is thinking of making amends: “In front of the many spectators in Leuscheid, each of my boys automatically has to run hot. We are in good spirits, especially since our striker Nicolas Schwarz is back on board. “
FSV Neunkirchen-Seelscheid – SV Bergheim (3:30 p.m.). The 3-0 win in Rheidt should be celebrated by the FSV on Sunday, but since Monday the focus has been on the game against Bergheim. “We can’t rest on anything because we haven’t achieved anything yet. In the 1-1 draw against Merl, my boys had to experience painfully what happens when you don’t take an opponent seriously, ”says coach Michael Theuer. Across the seasons, the FSV has been undefeated for 17 (!) League games.
In Bergheim you also approach the task confidently. “On the one hand, Merl has proven that the grapes in Neunkirchen don’t hang that high after all. On the other hand, we’re sixth and have a lot to offer ourselves. Nevertheless, we can and will play quite freely, ”says assistant coach Sebastian Korthaus.
1. FC Niederkassel – TuS Buisdorf (3.30 p.m.). If a team is doomed to win, then 1. FC Niederkassel. “The fact that we still haven’t won a game after nine match days naturally gnaws at our psyche. But I’m sure that the effort in training and games will soon pay off, ”said coach Sven Rasch hoping for the turnaround.
TuS Buisdorf recently had no play and coach Mehmet Gündüz actually granted his players a weekend off. “On Tuesday everyone was at the training session, so we will arrive with a full band,” said the coach. His motto is clear: “We definitely don’t want to be the first to lose to Niederkassel.”
Source: Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger – Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger by www.ksta.de.
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