The little bavarians come to the sachs stadium

the little bavarians come to the sachs stadium

FC 05 schweinfurt – FC bayern munchen II (tuesday, 7 p.M.)

The (small) bavarians (1./30) come from the state capital – and the hat is already full. At least the sachs stadium will be well filled this tuesday when FC 05 schweinfurt (5./25) wants to shorten the gap to the table leaders. According to press spokesman daniel caspari already 2200 tickets were sold, with about 3000 fans expect the 05er. No one has to stay in the stadium because tickets are also available at the box office and – in compliance with the 3G rule – just under 10,000 spectators were allowed into the stadium.

Tobias strobl sees his team well prepared for the top game under floodlights. "The break has done us good. In training, we continued to work on our intensity and work attitude", says schweinfurt’s coach, whose eleven was recently match-free due to unterhaching’s corona trap, but before that defeated SV schalding-heining 6-0. For strobl, it’s clear as day that the rough backdrop is more fun than a burden. "We are looking forward to it. And we will need positive energy from the stands against the bavarians in order to appear dominant and confident."

Yes, the opponent is the favorite, having lost only once in 13 games and having already scored 46 goals, a league-best. But only four goals less have scored the schnudel. In terms of defense, the score is virtually tied at 15 goals against each other.

Similar to the grun-weiben, the reds coached by ex-professional martin demichelis have also made surprising slip-ups from time to time lately. Remember the points against aschaffenburg (2:2) or in buchbach (2:2), before the last team in the table, rain, was just beaten 3:1. The most successful guards of the upper bavarians so far are oliver batista meier and nemanja motika with nine goals each, who, however, are behind schweinfurt’s meris skenderovic (11) and adam jabiri (14) in the goalscoring rankings.

"These are all well-trained guys, so we have to be aggressive and active from the start. But we are also looking forward to the fact that the bavarians themselves want to take part in the game and naturally play an attractive fubball", says midfielder kevin fery, well aware that the majority of the opponents usually park the bus in front of their own goal.

Kevin fery openly confirms that there are also some FCB fans among the schweinfurt players, naming martin thomann in particular, who is still missing due to injury. "But we talk in the cabin rather uber the bundesliga in general." There is really no need to be too much in awe of the opponent…

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