World Machulla: For the substitutes, a garden bench
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coach Maik Machulla takes the tense staff situation with the handballs of the SG Flensburg-Handewitt with Galgenhumor. At the Champions League home game on Wednesday (20.45 pm / dazn and servusTV) against Paris St. Germain would be for the substitutes "a garden bench," said the 44-year-old. And in away games, "maybe a bully. Then travel costs can be saved. "
After all, Rückaus-Lebenhänder Franz Semper returns after a nearly ten-month injury break against the French master in the SG squad. According to his cruciate ligament, Semper's half-time should get five to ten departure minutes, announced Machulla.
according to the two start-up defeats in the premier class against the FC Barcelona (21:25) and the FC Porto (27:28) Wait with Paris a "maximum challenge", said Machulla, who admitted: "We have a really difficult phase. » At this European top level, his team is currently not at eye level. Both in the Champions League and the Bundesliga, where on Saturday (20.30 pm / Sky) a away game at promoted Tus N-Lübbecke is on the program, but should not be lost too much floor: "We want to get out of the back everywhere Being, "Machulla said.
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