The season had barely begun when Gross Schweinbarth coach Edin Kesinovic quit in mid-August. His team tied twice in three days, against Weikendorf and Breitensee, who are ranked 14th and 16th in the standings. There was a split and Richard Monk was introduced as interim coach.
After nine weeks, the newcomer’s interim results couldn’t be better: all nine matches in which Monk led Groß-Schweinbarther have been won. Fourth-placed Markgrafneusiedl was no stumbling block on Sunday either, as SVG won 2-0. Yacine Setien scored the first goal against his former club. “It was kind of heartwarming, he really put himself into it,” said Section Commander Lukas Widhalm. According to the official’s latest report, the plan remains for Monk to return to the Championship in the winter.
Next Saturday, the Super Series will be put to a tough test: in the first encounter between second-tier Marsfield, waiting away from home is Ungern, who has already won ten games in a row and warmed up with a 5-2 win over fifth-placed club. dornkraut/activispijn. Striker Robert Siegel scored his 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th goals this season. Vidalm pushed the favorite role to the league leaders. “They are definitely the stronger opponent, but we want to upset them. On a good day we can hurt anyone.
Naturally, SV Strasshoff will also look to Ungern. The third-placed team, three points behind first place, still has a home match against Gross Schweinbarth to play on November 4. This will also be a highlight for Monk for another reason: Strasshof is his home club.
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