“We played good matches, and we certainly improved in many stages of the game, but football is about wins and points,” says Patrick Schmidt.
The 25-year-old striker sums up the current situation at FC Flyeralarm Admira. Südstädter shows good performance over long periods, but the results are lacking.
The situation is somewhat reminiscent of last season. Even then, the Panthers have lost track after a good start to the season.
“The constellation is the same: a good start, but then the results did not come. We dealt with this effectively, but unfortunately the victories did not come despite a strong performance. “But we should not think about it too much or worry too much, but we have to make sure We get back on track very quickly and win games,” explains Schmidt, who at the same time admits:
“Last year there were times when we asked ourselves what was going on. This year I definitely don’t have the feeling that the team lacks self-confidence.
How do you want to get back on the path to success? “It’s about the little things that hopefully will lead us to success: we have to defend more consistently in front of our goal and take advantage of our opportunities up front,” says Schmidt.
Ultimately, “it’s also about rewarding ourselves and everyone else at the club, because it’s been a long time since our last win.”
The next opportunity for this will be Friday. Admira welcomes SV Lafnitz in the penultimate home match of the 2023 calendar year.
“Lavnitz is a very unpleasant team, with good players and a clear concept. We struggled a lot last year. I’m still in good spirits because we will get the three points this time and get our first win against Styria,” Schmidt concluded.
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