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US Schiele: "Meppen is the team of the hour"

22:03  02 december  2021
22:03  02 december  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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before the persecutor duel between Eintracht Braunschweig and the SV Meppen Löwen-Coach Michael Schiele spoke about the upcoming opponent and the current situation of the 3rd league. For both teams, two is two in tangible proximity.

© Imago Images / Beautiful Sports "Meppen becomes a big home task": Michael Schiele.

Tracker duel on Saturday

After the victory against Würzburg On Tuesday, Eintracht-Coach Michael Schiele did not take much time to prepare for his team on the next opponent, on Saturday (14 o'clock, live! At Kicker) already waits the SV Meppen. For Schiele "The Team of the Hour", the last five games could win the SVM in a row, is a point in front of Braunschweiger on the third place.

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"Everyone can beat everyone in this league." (Michael Schiele)

"It will be a big home task," says Eintracht trainer at the press conference before the game. "But we like to accept that. We want to build there, where we have stopped in Würzburg and points." Meppen had been "to a top team" and be variable: "Sometimes they start up, sometimes they are deeper and engage in many two-fighting. They can switch brutally well over the outside, but with Tankulic have a developing player in front" , says Schiele.

from rank two to seven everything possible

also about the current situation in the league of the 43-year-old spoke: "Everyone can beat everyone, as five games in succession are a huge running. Everything is very tight. Even with us If so, if you do not really point two games, you're seventh or eighth again. There you need consistency. "

With a victory, the Eintracht place two conquer, at the same time is a defeat and winners of the pursuers but also a crash in rank seven possible. Not only is it a groundbreaking duel for Brunswick.

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At the catch-up game, it was for Eintracht Braunschweig to take the Hurdle Würzburger Kickers to keep the connection upwards. After the away win, Coach Michael Schiele and Goal Scorer Sebastian Müller was facilitating to the microphone. © imago images / foto2press made the difference against Würzburg: Sebastian Müller (LI.) And Lion Lauberbach Braunschweig wins for the ninth time to zero on the Dallenberg, the favorite Braunschweig against the kickers did not burn anything at all.

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