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The ball is rolling again!

The ball is rolling again!

14.02.2019
Start of the second half of the season in Kreisliga A: Freisenbrucher are demanded abroad

The second representative of the SV Burgaltendorf is the Freisenbrucher Wolfsrudel against the start of the second half of the season away from home. The game against the direct pursuer and current table eight leaves the Freisenbrucher troop no time to warm up after the winter break only leisurely again. On the contrary: If the boys finally want to get their first away-three of the current season, the team of head coach Peter Schäfer must be fit to the point on the coming Sunday. The fact that the winter preparations could not go as planned - and thus certainly optimally - due to the partly bad weather conditions in the past weeks, neither in the minds of the players, nor in the minds of the coaching team around Schäfer and Elosgé, must still play a role.

Resting on the home balance? This is not an option!

Was the Freisenbrucher can still show an impressive home balance (8 games, 8 victories) and even lead the home table ahead of leader SC Werden-Heidhausen. As impressive as the score in Bergmannsbusch may be, the away balance to date is no less disappointing: With only two draws in eight games, it was only enough for a meager score of 2 points. This should now change as soon as possible - best against Burgaltendorf!

But a glance at the table shows quickly: That could be easier said than done! Burgaltendorf II currently occupies eighth place in the table. With 26 points, the SV is only two points behind the TC. Here two teams meet, which apparently have not only played a similarly strong first round, but which (at least for the moment) also seem to be direct competitors for the table places to be awarded in the upper table midfield.

The SV Burgaltendorf II: Freisenbrucher kick-off opponent is not a light plaster

For the away game the TC will travel to Burgaltendorf next Sunday, the first official league match day of the year 2019. Burgaltendorf is a district on the Ruhr Peninsula in the southeast of Essen. The Burgaltendorfer, coached by Demir Engin and Oliver Scheffeler, will welcome the Freisenbrucher boys on their artificial turf pitch on Sunday.

The Freisenbrucher should keep a close eye on the SV's most successful striker to date: Jan Baumann has already scored nine times in the current season in 15 matches. In the first leg, which was played in the middle of October last year in Bergmannsbusch, it was Burgaltendorfer with the number 31, however, who provided for the intermediate equalizing goal on the part of the SV.

In the end, however, the TC managed an undisputed 4-1 home win. For the home team Tim Stränger, currently the most successful Freisenbrucher striker in the league, Jörn Parakenings (Foulelfmeter), Colin Thomas and Sami Antonio met.

The game seems to be completely open on both sides. Both teams will want to start with a successful game in the second half of the season, not only to start the year 2019m mentally well, but also to get the best possible starting position in the fight for the table places.

The match between TC Freisenbruch and SV Burgaltendorf II will start on Sunday, 17.02.2019 at 10.30 am on the sports field at the windmill.

End of the winter break: What's new at gibt´s TC?

If the TC succeeds in focusing solely on its own weaknesses, cohesion and team spirit, it is more than just possible that the team can finally celebrate its first away victory. In addition to the weather-related reduced number of test games, there were also positive results from the winter break of the Freisenbrucher: Zrian Abdulla has returned to the team after the official vote of the online manager: "The cohesion in the Freisenbrucher team is already unique. I have noticed what I have at the TC". In addition, those responsible were able to announce the commitment of 23-year-old Christian Brangenberg. The new addition comes from the league competitor SV Isinger and can be used flexibly in midfield. Head coach Schäfer sees his strengths particularly in the offensive midfield positions. With Aiman Ibrahim the squad has strengthened by another player.

Rest on your home balance? That's not an option!

Was the Freisenbrucher can still show an impressive home balance (8 games, 8 victories) and even lead the home table ahead of leader SC Werden-Heidhausen. As impressive as the score in Bergmannsbusch may be, the away balance to date is no less disappointing: With only two draws in eight games, it was only enough for a meager score of 2 points. This should now change as soon as possible - best against Burgaltendorf!

But a glance at the table shows quickly: That could be easier said than done! Burgaltendorf II currently occupies eighth place in the table. With 26 points, the SV is only two points behind the TC. Here two teams meet, which apparently have not only played a similarly strong first round, but which (at least for the moment) also seem to be direct competitors for the table places to be awarded in the upper table midfield.

The SV Burgaltendorf II: Freisenbrucher kick-off opponent is not an easy pavement

For the away game the TC will travel to Burgaltendorf next Sunday, the first official league match day of the year 2019. Burgaltendorf is a district on the Ruhr Peninsula in the southeast of Essen. The Burgaltendorfer, coached by Demir Engin and Oliver Scheffeler, will welcome the Freisenbrucher boys on their artificial turf pitch on Sunday.

The Freisenbrucher should keep a close eye on the SV's most successful striker to date: Jan Baumann has already scored nine times in the current season in 15 matches. In the first leg, which was played in the middle of October last year in Bergmannsbusch, it was Burgaltendorfer with the number 31, however, who provided for the intermediate equalizing goal on the part of the SV.

In the end, however, the TC managed an undisputed 4-1 home win. For the home team Tim Stränger, currently the most successful Freisenbrucher striker in the league, Jörn Parakenings (Foulelfmeter), Colin Thomas and Sami Antonio met.

The game seems to be completely open on both sides. Both teams will want to start with a successful game in the second half of the season, not only to start the year 2019m mentally well, but also to get the best possible starting position in the fight for the table places.

The match between TC Freisenbruch and SV Burgaltendorf II will start on Sunday, 17.02.2019 at 10.30 am on the sports field at the windmill.

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17.02.2019

10:30 Uhr

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3.15Kilometer
Spielort
An der Windmühle 24
45289 Essen
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