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Entertainment without Bindemann and Borgmann: Prussia Münster wants the spreadsheet

17:20  25 november  2021
17:20  25 november  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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a point behind leaders food is Prussian Münster currently on the second place. Against the SC Wiedenbrück Prussia-Coach Sascha Hildmann wants to pass with the sixth league success in series on food.

Preußen-Coach Hildmann zeigt es an: Für Münster geht es die letzten Wochen nach oben. © Picture Alliance / dpa / Revierfoto Prussia Coach Hildmann shows it: For Münster it is the last weeks up.

Wiedenbrück in front of the chest

five victories in a piece, eight times in a row unbeaten unbeaten, the last defeat there was early October - Prussia Münster has a run. Against one of the positive surprises of this season, the SC Wiedenbrück, Will Münster coach Sascha Hildmann continue to continue this, but knows about the quality of the table: "Wiedenbrück plays a great round and has achieved very good results. We have to be wide awake and our best game get the place. "

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Reservists play big role

The strengths of the opponent looks Hildmann especially in the defensive network: "A compact troupe with a good defense", the 49-year-old brings them to the point. But he and his team are "good on it and want to victory number six," continues the coach. A factor for this judgment is also the role of the Reservists in the Prussia squad: "They continue to give fire in training and push the guys," says Hildmann's value of the actors who need to be right at the moment.

These are crucial by their dealing with their role for the good team climate: "I have to praise the boys, that's not said, so they are crucial for the mood, accept that." This rewards the native Kaiserslauterner accordingly: "I stand 100 percent behind this team and every player who is currently a little hint, has my greatest appreciation and trust."

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This should therefore apply after your forced break accordingly for Jannik Borgmann (border tear) and Deniz Bindemann (muscular violation), which will be "first failed". However, in the near future with Manni Kwadwo, there is also a returnee: "The football-specific stamina, of course, still lacks him, but otherwise it looks good," says Hildmann his protégé on a good way. The SC Wiedenbrück is still too early for the 26-year-old, but even without him Münster wants the six-pack - and thus to the top of the table.

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