There was a lot of jubilation in Union Altenberg after the 3-1 win away at Würderweisenbach. Erwin Sir’s team took the lead in the Northern League and finished first in the club’s history. “The driving looks great, but it’s just a snapshot. In any case, it’s a confirmation of the good work done by the youngsters,” says coach Ser.
Altenberg relies on self-made players and plays with local kickers up front. However, tomorrow Putzleinsdorf’s squad will be a very difficult part for the first game at Waldstadion. “It’s definitely going to be a very tough match,” says Sir. “Putzlinsdorf has scored the most goals in the league, so the attack is strong.”
With David Berger and Mathias Marchetin, third in the table is the team’s top scorer in the league. In the first leg last September, Altenberg kept Putzlinsdorfer’s attack in check and narrowly won 1-0 away. The battle for promotion in the Northern Province League is completely open.
There are only seven points between the first Altenberg and the fifth Galneukirchen. Seyr: “Putzleinsdorf has momentum on his part, Freistadt has also coped and Julbach will start too. In the end, the necessary luck will also be decisive.”
Claims Galnükirchen Gullbach
The second big match of the 18th round will be tomorrow against Galnükirchen against Gullbach. While Galneukirchner, despite the 1-0 defeat at Hofkirchen, started well with nine points from four matches, Herbstmeister Gullbach is still without a win. SV Freistadt also welcomes Hellmonsödt tomorrow. (the father)
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