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Moderate start to the new year: BC Attaching has yet to regain the fitness of its players after a few old corona cases. © Lehmann

According to BCA coach Enes Mehmedovic, the returnees to Corona have yet to return to their old form.

Freising/Au – On Saturday from 3 p.m. on the football field of the sports facility in Attachingen, BCA and TSV Au will meet for the third time this district league season. Reason is not pretty. In the first leg in Au on Matchday 5, two players hit their heads so hard that the referee had to stop the game in the 84th minute when the score was 1-1. During the replay in early October, the two unlucky Daniele Chezzi (Attaching) and Josip Andrik (Au) were able to be present themselves and enjoyed a 4:1 victory for BCA. The second in the table is once again the big favorite against Hallertauer on Saturday. “We want to play to win, but it will also be difficult because Au are a strong team,” said BCA coach Enes Mehmedovic. Additionally, the Attachingers have had huge personnel issues since the start of the second half of the season. Because some players who have recovered from a corona infection would theoretically be able to play, but often have significant fitness issues. “That means we have to make sure that we combine games with our small squad until our players are back to reasonable form,” Mehmedovic says: “It’s kind of a lottery at the moment. You never know how many players can keep up the pace and how long they can keep up.” This also explains the rather poor performance of the second-placed team in the second half of the season. They won 3-0 against Moosburg downstairs, but the performance was not really convincing. And last week at SC Kirchasch it was even the fifth defeat of the season. The opponent scored a quick goal and defended their lead with all their might, while Attaching did not found a recipe for organizing his offensive.

Auer coach relies on compact defense

TSV coach Christian Hobmeier is therefore expecting an over-motivated host who wants to redeem the shame: “But I don’t think the Attache is overflowing with self-confidence after the latest results. Maybe we can take advantage of the moment and tripping a weakening favourite.” After winning the point in the home game against Walpertskirchen, his side are a bit restless. “But we’re not going to lead ‘Hurra die Gams’ forward, but come a compact defense because the Attachment is very strong and has good individual players”, promises the coach.

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