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Second Regional League in the West – Würmla must replace Patrick Dink

Second Regional League in the West – Würmla must replace Patrick Dink

Autumn was worrying for the Tollnerfelders. “We wanted to continue our fantastic spring season smoothly, where we had a great performance in fourth place in the table in the second half of the season,” says Robert Grill, president of SV Würmla. But firstly, things work differently and secondly than you think… The first half of the season started with a 0-0 draw against Herzogenborg, which was the start of a negative run as they missed out on a very likely win over Stiftsstädter. a team. A series of defeats made the team feel even more insecure, and that was the end of the road for coach Walter Brandstätter. After defeats to Ybbs, Spratzern, Rabenstein and Melk, the coach parted amicably. Dominik Rauscher and Kevin Hornung took over the coaching position on an interim basis.

The transformation did not succeed even after the first victory

“The performance of the team was different in the first match against Wieselburg. In the return match against Absdorf, we were seconds away from winning, but clearly we were the better team. The match against the league leaders from Lilienfeld was 1-0 for us for 64 minutes. In the end We lost 1:3, but it was very unfortunate.

In the next match, they finally achieved their first win over Gmünd (2:1), which was then “improved” with a 5:1 win in Eggenburg. The last three matches have been unbeaten, but the three points we got here are not enough. Eleventh place in the table is dangerously close to relegation. The match against Eggenburg, which the team won 5-1, was very important. Grill identified several reasons for the poor performance: “Patrick Dink himself was not satisfied with his performance. By two goals, it was less than expectations. We were also weakened by an injury to goalkeeper Marcus Schnopp. The injury demon has tormented us again. “That should change in the spring. “Replacements should be brought in for Dink. They originally wanted to abstain from transfers and bring Huemer and Scherzer to the team. The coaching staff will continue to be confident in the spring. Naturally, Grill also thanked all the club's sponsors and sponsors, especially President Andreas Kern, who funded the Christmas party for the players and officials. We are proud of the U-17 team, which was able to win the championship title. However, the focus is on the 'fight', and the relegation battle will be tough!

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