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Offbeat Urs Fischer does not want to hear anything from Europe: “stupid and stupid”

17:00  23 november  2020
17:00  23 november  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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All I want to do , ever, is just play chess. I don't believe in psychology. - Mikhail Tal (upon hearing Bobby Fischer ’s claim that he could beat any female player in the world giving her knight odds). Fischer does not merely outplay opponents; he leaves them bodily and mentally glutted.

Union trainer Urs Fischer considers a correction of the season target at this point in time to be completely unrealistic and referred to the early point of the season.

«Ziel bleibt der Klassenerhalt», stellt Berlins Trainer Urs Fischer klar. © Maja Hitij / Getty Images Europe / Pool / dpa “The goal remains relegation”, clarifies Berlin's trainer Urs Fischer.

“It's stupid and stupid to think about Europe. Don't tell something, ”said the head coach of the Berlin Bundesliga club on the day after his team's 2-1 win at 1. FC Köln when asked by a reporter about possible European Cup ambitions after his team was unbeaten for the seventh time and had made the third win in a row perfect.

1. FC Union is the league's surprise team with 15 points in fifth place and leading into an international competition at the end of the season. “The goal remains to stay up, that's the topic. Once we have achieved that, we can start thinking about other objectives, "emphasized Fischer, and asked the media representatives in an online question and answer session on the matter of Europe for a clear demarcation:" If you want to talk about it, you can do that. But don't put that in our mouths. "

After the eighth round of points, the Swiss does not want to speak of a development in the newcomer of 2019, who repositioned his team in many positions in the summer. «That would be premature. We take steps, ”remarked Fischer. A development is always associated with constancy, but that must first be confirmed further. However, he also added: "It's okay that we're on the right track." Despite a number of staff failures, Union was also able to convince in Cologne.

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