The battle for relegation in the German Bundesliga enters the next round on Saturday (5pm). While Admira faces a tough match at home to Hartberg ahead of him, he will face SKN St. Pölten Austria patient at home.
On Tuesday, the traditional club refused the license for the next season primarily due to the financial situation. After that, the first players have already fled the favorites. Coach Peter Stogger announced his departure at the end of the season. Facts you should really play on the SKN St. Pölten before the first leg on Saturday. Interim coach George Zellhofer doesn’t want to know anything about him in an interview with noe.ORF.at. Austria has sufficient sporting quality. They’ll focus on the game, we’re still talking about Wiener Austria, “Zilhofer warns.
Zellhofer believes in a positive future for Austria
Former Austria coach Georg Zilhofer does not believe that Austria’s future next season lies in the regional league and that the club’s license will actually be withdrawn. “You will take this and get back on track.” Zilhofer was in charge of Austria from 2006 to 2008 and won the Austrian Federation Cup, among other things.
However, the 60-year-old immediately assured that the situation in Austria should not be an issue for him or SKN. “We have to focus on ourselves and make sure we score.” After two defeats at the start of the qualifying group against Admira and Altach, SKN urgently needs a sense of achievement.
Admira challenged Hartberg
Not only is Sankt Bolten at the bottom of the qualifying group with ten points, but also the local competitor Admira with equal points. As for Damir Buric’s team, he goes on Saturday in Zudstadt against Hartberg. “We have to allow less defensively and we have to use our chances in front of goal,” says Boric, a simple recipe for success his team could not fulfill in the 2-0 defeat against Reid.