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Moderate start to the new year: BC Attaching still has to get their players fit again after some old corona cases. © Lehman

According to BCA coach Enes Mehmedovic, those returning to Corona have yet to find their former form again.

Freising/Au – On Saturday from 3:00 p.m. on the football field of the Attachingen sports facility, BCA and TSV Au will meet for the third time this district league season. The reason for this is not pretty. In the first leg at 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. In the replay at the beginning of October, the unlucky two Daniele Chezzi (Attaching) and Josip Andrik (Au) were able to be there and experienced a 4:1 victory for the BCA. The second in the table is once again the clear favorite against Hallertauer on Saturday. “We want to play to win, but that will also be difficult because Au is a strong team,” says BCA coach Enes Mehmedovic. Also, the Attachinger has had major personal concerns since the start of the second half of the season. Because some players who have recovered from a corona infection could theoretically play, but they often have significant fitness problems. “That means we have to make sure we tie games together with our small team until our players are back in reasonable shape,” explains Mehmedovic: “It’s kind of a lottery at the moment. You never know how long players can keep the pace and how long they can hold out.” That also explains the second-placed’s rather lackluster performances in the second half of the season. They beat Moosburg 3-0 from behind, but the performance wasn’t entirely convincing. And last week in SC Kirchasch was even the fifth loss of the season, the rival scored a quick goal and defended their advantage with all their might, while Attaching could not find the recipe to mount their offense.

Auer’s coach bets on a compact defense

Therefore, TSV coach Christian Hobmeier expects a highly motivated host who wants to redeem the embarrassment: “But I don’t think Attaching is full of self-confidence after the last results. Maybe we can seize the moment and make tripping up a weakening favourite.” After winning the point in the home game against Walpertskirchen, his team is a bit on the move. “But we’re not going to run ‘Hooray die Gams’ forward, we’ll come out of a compact defense because the Coupling is very strong and has good individual players”, promises the coach.

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