The group stage made St. Polten’s footballers remember their sporting weaknesses. In terms of infrastructure, the champion of the series can keep up with the top, but not financially.
St. Polten / Vienna. At the end of the Champions League, there was another lesson for St. Polten. The last confrontation between the champion of the domestic series and the defending German champion Wolfsburg was 2: 8 Lost, it was the culmination of Austria’s historic debut in the group stage. SKN president Wilfried Schmauss draws in view of the win and the draw Slavia Prague And the third place in the group is quite satisfactory summary. “We are number 14 in Europe, this is a great value and we can be proud of that.”
The first class had an unusual role in St. Polten’s store: as much as they dominated the domestic league (73 games unbeaten, five goals conceded in the first half of the season), they were up against Wolfsburg, Italian runners-up. Rome (with the commander of the OFB Karina Winninger) and the Czech champion Slavia Prague. The 22 goals conceded in six matches show that the defense in particular was not up to the task. “If you have a little competition in the league, it won’t be easy at the international level,” said Schmauss.
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