TSV Abtswind (8./20) players have already played in an away game with Bayernliga in the Bayerwald region this season. However, the memories of July 28, 2021 are not good. It was Wednesday afternoon when Lower Franconia traveled 215 kilometres. They were stuck in a traffic jam on the A3. As a result of not reaching DJK Filzing on time, the match started 15 minutes late, and the guests could not cope with the previous efforts, especially in the first half, and eventually suffered 3-0. defeat.
The same shouldn’t happen on Saturday when the Abtswinders compete at ASV Cham (15/8) (start at 4 p.m.), whose sports grounds are located just two kilometers from DJK Vilzing. “We’ve planned two breaks so the boys can exercise enough on the go,” TSV coach Claudio Buzisan explains.
In theory, there will also be enough room for movement in the team bus, because the lineup that Buzan takes with him to the East Palatinate is fairly simple. Adrian Dussler, Marco Corinne and Frank Hartlehnert aren’t there either. In addition, Lucas Hocher (vacation) and Andreas Bauer (unable to work) are absent. Furthermore, the missions of the sick Max Wolf and Severo Sturm are questionable. “It is possible that we will take players from the second team with us,” Bozisan said.
Not only because of the condition of the personnel, the TSV coach assumes his players will face hard work. Bozesan says of ASV Cham, who has had a rough time this season and is in relegation. But the Abtswinders have already proven that they can handle such a situation: last Saturday in their 3-0 win over Würzburger FV, they displayed aggressiveness and physical presence, meaning they were able to make up for their personal problems.
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