World Enochs still missing - Provides Zwickau in Munich to record one?

14:50  29 november  2021
14:50  29 november  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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If Türkgücü Munich and meet the FSV Zwickau in the evening, there are important points in the relegation battle. The axes of the head coach is missing.

Joe Enochs ist noch in Quarantäne, Robin Lenk (vorne) vertritt ihn heute. © imago images / Picture Point Joe Enochs is still in quarantine, Robin steering (front) takes his place today.

Türkgücü still missing on coach search

Joe Enochs FSV in the evening in Munich, after he had gone last weekend in home isolation because of a positive corona tests. An "Out Test" from quarantine failed on Thursday as Zwickau spokesman Daniel Sacher said at the weekend, Enochs will remain in West Saxony and represented by assistant coach Robin Lenk.

For the 37-year-olds it is not a completely new experience. In second division Aue steering had 2016/17 and 2017/18 interim basis held in three games the responsibility and remained against Bielefeld (2: 2), Braunschweig (1: 1) and Nuremberg (3: 1) each unbeaten. The want to stay at the Zwickau Türkgücü and set with the then nine-game unbeaten run their own record streak of its first third-League Season 2016/17. "It will be crucial that we remain greedy!" Says Lenk, the captain and goalkeeper to Johannes Brinkies (flu-like symptoms) is worried.

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Kothny now takes the team in the duty

When opponents while the search is running for a successor Peter Hyballas continue at full speed. Again, the assistant coaches have a responsibility. Alper Kayabunar and Nicolas Masetzky care Türkgücü evening. he had not

ambitions to more asserts veteran Kayabunar which is for ten years at the club. He was "totally convinced of the team," it "be rotated only a few screws" must. Despite last six defeats in seven competitive games, which had kicking Hyballas result was "the mood is good," says the 35-year-old, the focus lies on "the negative series against Zwickau to stop."

CEO Max Kothny however, want to avoid the next mistake for the coach looking at all costs. "In many individual discussions with the team," he had in the last few days trying to figure out which coach profile best fit for her. Are but failed crashing this season already two attempts with completely different characters like the quiet Petr Ruman and speakers Hyballa. But above all Kothny now takes the team in the duty until the winter break playing in four games on probation. You can read it anyway before the winter break, the next staff. Under which coach ever.

Zwickau series rips at the last minute: Saarbrücken to the wild final minutes For the time being Third .
at the last minute, the FSV Zwickau had to put a defeat against Saarbrücken - after a penalty and red card. It was the first bankruptcy of the swans since nine league games, the FCS was allowed to celebrate the third victory in a row. © Imago Images / Jan Huebner Turned to cheer: Sebastian Jacob marked the crucial hit by a penalty.

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