Sport Boland in front of the basement duel: "Who invests so much, must be easily rewarded at the end"
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The VFB Lübeck receives the 1st FC Kaiserslautern on Saturday to the Kellerkrimi. According to Mirko Boland, at the end of the "incredible will" of the Marzipanstädter could give the rash in the relegation battle.
He is one who knows the relegation battle: Boland experienced with Eintracht Braunschweig Heights and Deeps, as the rise in the Bundesliga and the prompt resurrection. The 2017/18 season was also shaped by the relegation battle. The lions ended the second division season on the 17th place and Boland said goodbye to Australia zu Adelaide United. After two years, the midfielder is back in Germany and stuck deep in the table cellar - albeit in Liga three. Does the 33-year-old with Lübeck now have more success?
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"Of course you want a more pleasant season. And it could have been different," says Boland in the Kicker interview. "It was clear to me that we do not march through the league. It is no surprise that we have to fight until the end."
"final" Against Lautern
Currently, the VFB has four points behind the first non-default place, on Saturday it is against the direct competitor Kaiserslautern. Self-confidence gives the last victory against Bayern II: "In many narrow games before, the pendulum is cut into the wrong direction," explained Boland. "Now the next final against the 1st FC Kaiserslautern is on. We know that we have to score there too."
"We have an incredible will to create that." - Mirko Boland on the Elegant Class
A plus in the relegation battle could be the mentality of the Lübecker. "We have an incredible will to create that. I know that will be a force, but the football writes many beautiful stories - why should not we write a writing?", Such the Routinian. "We had no simple season, but never gave up, who invests so much, must be easily rewarded in the end."
But even in the event of a descent into the regional league, the central best Lübeck wants to remain faithful to its club. "Treaty is contract," explained the 33-year-old. "I infected myself with the club and the task, loyalty was always important to me."
Satas: Hansa expects Ingolstadt on Tuesday - 1860 vs. FCB II on Sunday .
The DFB has scheduled the game days 32 to 38 in the 3rd league on Thursday. The Topzuell Rostock against Ingolstadt takes place on a Tuesday. On the 37th matchday, the Munich city of Stadderby was placed on Sunday between 1860 and FCB II. © Imago Images Ingolstadt and Hansa duel on a Tuesday in Rostock. The 32nd game day opens Rostock at the reigning master FC Bayern II on Friday evening, three Sunday games are also on the program.