Since November 7, TuS Plattenberg have only been able to play two games in District League 5 (0: 4 against Altenhof, 1: 2 against Freudenberg). Match practice is required, which is why the Blue-Yellows have conceded five Tests – only four in January just before the Salchendorf game, and another in the first weekend of February.
PLETENBURGH – The rivals are three district division teams and two state division teams from other seasons. “That’s why we chose strong opponents so we can play fairly at the level of Salchendorf. I do not expect any success, ”said coach Domenico Musella, who conducted the first training session of the New Year on Tuesday. The World Stadium there. The closure of the Rahmade Valley Bridge on the Sovereign Line is certainly an inconvenience to the Plettenbergs, “but we have already agreed to this game,” says Musella, who now chooses the route through Lennell.
Slightly ahead in the national league table, in sixth place is SC Drolshagen, who will go to TuSler on Friday, January 21st. Prior to that, there will be a reunion with former Plettenberger on Jan. 16 at BW Voerde, a season 6 district division club: “TuS legend Marco Polo is a coach there,” said Musella, who is waiting for the game. Season 6 is also the headquarters of the ASSV Let Mathews, where the Blue-Yellows compete on January 23rd.
The lone preparation game in Lenostadion will take place on February 5 against Season 4 District Division Club SG Serkenrod / Fretter. This game is just before the start of the second half of the post-Salchendorf season, initially with solvable tasks on Guysweed and against SG Mudersbach / Brachbach and RW Lennestad. Games where Musella desperately wants to score points to advance from tenth place in the District League table.
This is going to hurt us. Tim gave back the trust he had placed in him in an exemplary manner.
The situation of the officers in TuS has significantly improved. The move from Nico Space to the National Division SV Attendon is tearing a gap, “but we can fill it,” Musella is convinced. Attacker Tim Hoodek’s three-month stay in Ireland will not be available until the end of March, and it hurts him even more: “It hurts us. Tim restored his faith in an exemplary way.
However, all players who were injured in the fall resumed training, with the exception of Mehmet Bekdas (“He probably needs another month or two”) (Muzella: “Maybe it’s working in Salchendorf.”). These still include assistant coach Florent Seznullah, who will go on to his last semi-final as an active player before becoming head coach in the summer to succeed Musela, while Alexis Steber, goalkeeper Sven Kabat, will join SV Affel in the summer. Nicholas will orient the link. Two newcomers, Omar al-Merebi and Sihan Idomir, who were brought to the FSV Verdol Linestadion to welcome the attack, will be used in Test matches for the first time.
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