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TSV Jahn Calden women are aiming for a place in the top third of the table
TSV Jahn Calden’s women were able to score important points at the end of 2022. The team of new coach Patrick Gries managed to spend the winter in a safe midfield.
“I took charge of the team on November 13, 2022. We scored seven points from four matches – that was a good start. Our expectations are definitely higher than sixth place and we want to go a little higher in the second half of the season. But we have to do it and work hard,” says coach Patrick Grace of ambitions. He added, “I was well received by the team and I am looking forward to the preparations and the upcoming second half of the season.”
Team building on the ice
After a short winter break, training resumed on 20 January. A trip to the ice rink in Kassel was also part of the program of playing ice hockey together.
In preparation, they want to address the latest modal and tactical shortcomings before Kickers Offenbach start the league on March 12. Insa Fischer, who is returning to Calden from Lithuanian first-division club MFA Zalgiris, and Katharina Speicher, who is returning after a long injury, will also be present. In addition, one can again count on the services of Sharon Brown.
If everything works out according to Coach Gries’ ideas, the Jahn women’s trajectory should continue to climb.
Reviews: 01/24/2023 at 12:50 p.m hour
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