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Money Lettieri: "Anything can happen at Betzenberg - except a defeat"

20:50  03 december  2020
20:50  03 december  2020 Source:   daznplayervod.daznservices.com

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At the press conference before the game against Kaiserslautern, Duisburg coach Gino Lettieri was forced to justify himself.

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MSV Duisburg has played seven games without a win in a row - and Lettieri's personal record reads anything but good: Since taking over, the 53-year-old has been waiting for his first win (0/2/2). In the 3-0 defeat against Dynamo Dresden, the zebras were shockingly harmless. "The players were already down after the Dresden game," said Lettieri. "I do believe that every player knows how serious the situation is at the moment."

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Lettieri sees Kaiserslautern as a direct competitor

A defeat in Kaiserslautern on Saturday would therefore be "very precarious". "Anything can happen at Betzenberg except a defeat," said Lettieri. Because he sees Kaiserslautern despite a four point lead as a direct competitor in the table cellar. The zebras are currently in 19th place, Lautern in 14th. In contrast to Duisburg, however, the red devils have been unbeaten for six games (2/4/0). "They do what a team tries to do in a situation: to be fairly defensive, work well against the ball and try not to lose," said the Duisburg coach. "If there are four draws in a row, there are still four points and then the world won't end for them."

Particularly susceptible to standards

In Duisburg there can be no question of stability instead: the zebras were particularly susceptible to standards. The three goals against Dresden resulted twice from throw-ins and once from a corner. Lettieri speaks of individual failure: "We were badly positioned. There were two players who were not in the rooms where they had to stand for such an action. They simply slept through, so they got into the back of the defense and then of course it's hard to defend when you're outnumbered in the center. "

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"I don't need excuses and alibis, but of course things like that come from week to week." - Gino Lettieri

The Duisburgers also did not achieve their own offensive standards. "I can't train everything in one week. It's impossible," said Lettieri, but added: "I don't need any excuses or alibis, but of course things like that come from week to week. Now we can say we have ten times no time, we have to take our time. There is no other way. "

What else could help his team? "I try to make life a little easier for the players and give them options, but of course I can't go through every option with them. We practice certain toys, certain walking paths, but in the end the player still has to decide in the game which option is the best, "the 53-year-old explained his approach to training. "Of course the players don't position themselves as I do in training. Therefore, the players have to help develop that with the last pass."

Against Kaiserslautern this should work better after "concentrated" training. Duisburg has to do without some players on the Betzenberg: Mirnes Pepic (injured) and Jonas Brendiek (ankle injury) are absent, as is Leroy Mickels, who had to stop training. Orhan Ademi's commitment is still questionable. Vincent Gembalies, Joshua Bitter and Arnold Budimbu are not yet an option after injuries.

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