Food Svensson and the tricky Burkardt question
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Jonathan Burkardt is fit again for a start-up mission in Augsburg. It is still a tricky question for coach Bo Svensson whether he should actually let the young star go right from the start.
The Mainz Young Star is in top shape again, but ...
Whoever put a mental Mainz desired formation before the season - he certainly couldn't avoid the name Jonathan Burkardt. Current class and also existing potential clearly make the attacker a regular player. In principle, nothing has changed. And: After his muscle strain, which he missed the first two league charges in Bochum (2-1) and against Union Berlin (0-0), Burkardt is in top shape again. On Saturday at FC Augsburg, there was nothing in the way of a mission from the start, coach Bo Svensson announced on Thursday afternoon as part of the matchday press conference.
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"We also have other good players who have made it well"
has so far only been for the coach that Burkardt returns to the squad. "You will see whether he will play from the start," says Svensson, "this is a decision we have to make." And no uncomplicated. "We also have other good players who did well recently," emphasizes the football teacher. If you want to hang it very high, the aspect of credibility also plays a certain role in the line -up on Saturday. After all, Svensson explicitly attaches great importance to competition - and that nobody should be sure of his cause. If there was a player who was still missing in the squad due to injury the previous week, now again in the starting XI, that would be a clear signal. To Burkardt as well as his competitor.
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trainer praise for Ingvartsen: "It is in good shape, it was rather not due to Marcus"
, such as Marcus Ingvartsen, who disappointed the majority of the observers against Union (kicker note 4.5). Svensson, however, now held against: "I was satisfied with Marcus's performance, he is in good shape. If I only think of the training from Wednesday, he presented himself very well." Ingvartsen in the game on Sunday also "made it well against the ball. Of course it needs more flanks in the penalty area". According to Svensson, "it was rather not due to Marcus, but because of our game in general".
Public backing that should be good for every professional. Which could also be perceived as contradictory by the player, should he sit on the bench at the next opportunity, and Burkardt almost preferred him out of the stand. Of course, Svensson has long since cleared that he could not always make fair decisions to each individual decisions. And if he considers Burkardt to be the most promising solution on Saturday, everyone has to put up with it - welcome to competitive sports.
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