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Second Division Triesental/Alpenforland – Neulingbach coach Heinke asks himself the question of meaning

Second Division Triesental/Alpenforland – Neulingbach coach Heinke asks himself the question of meaning

Six points were up for grabs against Wilhelmsburg and Boeheimkirchen, but ended up with zero. “We could have been one point closer to autumn champion Maria Ansbach, but now we are somewhere,” says Gerhard Heinke angrily, describing the defeat to Boeheimkirchen as avoidable but deserved. “We didn’t create any chances, we didn’t create any chances, and we were completely unstable in defence,” says the coach. This was despite their clear superiority in possession of the ball in the first half. Hinke: “The opponent did nothing in the match, and we also lacked luck in the match when Ika Avaliani hit the crossbar in the first half and then hit the crossbar after the break.”

The coach asks for time to think about it

With Martin Dobias, Bence Toth, Denis Ulasch, Norbert Borjan and Maximilian Scharf, the bad luck with injuries in Neulingbach was very cold in the fall. In addition to the loss of the creative playmaker, the absence of goalkeeper Dobias was particularly painful. “This definitely cost us seven to nine points in the fall,” the coach believes. He still didn’t want to make excuses for it. “I don’t care who didn’t play. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to motivate the boys properly. So I also have to ask myself,” says Hinke. “I have to let the last few days pass and think.” “Whether I’m still the right person for this job.”

Horn stands behind Hinkie

Heinz Horn, Neulingbach’s sporting director, supports his coach. “I know Gerhard is very ambitious, but there was nothing he could do about the situation. We had enough numbers in the team, but in the end we lacked quality. You can’t expect the boys to lead the way and take control.”

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