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Under his old and new trainer, FC Augsburg wants to secure the league as soon as possible. Against his ex-Club Stuttgart, Markus Weinzierl must refrain from defender Felix Uduokhai and bang a striker Alfred Finnbogason.
Stuttgart has always been a good pavement for the Augsburg. Already three times the FCA won in Stuttgart. Only in Bremen and Mainz did the Bavarian Swabia already won four away wins. That should continue when it goes to Weinzierl. "We are focused and motivated," explains the new Augsburg coach, in which it is definitely credged after almost two years of working break ". This is an important game for us and I'm looking forward to it. It will be a very, very difficult task, because Stuttgart is good is. But we were able to prepare ourselves focused on ".
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Just the longer league of league by the intervening cup weekend helped him with his work and preparation. "It was of course an advantage that a free weekend was in between and we trained specifically and worked out our own strengths." Straight and especially overlooking the table constellation and only three outstanding games. "The team knows that in recent weeks she missed the chance to secure the league at an early stage. That's the task now."
personally he does not connect nothing more with the VfB, in which he was released in 2019. After a disastrous 0: 6 on the 30th matchday against the FCA, when the Stuttgart professionals had clearly visibly denied the obstacle. "These are stories that the football writes again and again," says Weinzierl. "It's funny that exactly this game is my last and now my first again. But believe me: I forgot what was back then and does not want to think back." Overall, it's "nothing to quote any duels from the past. I do not stop the 0: 6 and not with the 4-0 victory with the FCA".
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In addition, a lot has happened in the meantime. "Stuttgart plays a good season. That's what you've seen in the first leg." The climber 4: 1 won. "You have taken a change, has grown, has many, good and young players, pace and a good game culture."
for the reunion Tomorrow's Friday, weinzierl with the failure of Uduokhai must push away a setback that hurts the Augsburg. The tendon operation in the central defender is "also a blow for him. He absolutely wanted to be there with the last games and also head for the national team, all this is gone now. But we have a good squad and player who can replace him". Who would be in question, delivers Weinzierl immediately. "Marek Suchy or Reece Oxford or Tobias Strobl, which I see more defensive than my predecessor." The midfielder could play both "as a six or in the triple chain. We are very wide and well positioned".
The last word about a possible use is not spoken at Alfred Finnbogason. Even if a big question mark is behind the attacker. "He already has problems with the patellas tendon all season," explains the new FCA coach. "We have to look at him 100 percent fit and use it purposefully. We will put together again and discuss how we solve it."
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