Altach trusts in the West derby on ” Mr. Reflection ” ”
in the game one after Miroslav Klose hopes “Mr. Class stay” Klaus Schmidt with the SCR Altach at a successful start to the qualification group of the Bundesliga.
The new coach of the Vorarlberg returned to the Ländle to initiate the gymnastics sound at the bottom of the table.
WSG Tirol is the first hurdle on Saturday (from 5 p.m. in the Sport24 Live ticker), which in turn is 14 points and thus six more than the Altacher is currently the first in the qualification group.
“It would be fine if we were able to write a threesome and end this unfortunate series,” said Schmidt, addressing the winless series since the end of October.
In the past nine league games, the Altacher only scored three points.
In any case, the anticipation at Schmidt is great.
“I was four months away from the shop. Now I have settled in very class in the past ten days and found a good connection to the team,” said the former Hartberg coach.
Schmidt worked as an Altach chief coach in the 2017/18 season and then became eighth in the 10-league.
In the years that followed, he managed to stay with Mattersburg, Admira and Hartberg.
“It seems as if I always had to be there with this stabbing,” the Styrian said when he imagined.
Now the 55-year-old follows the German ex-world champion Klose, who never really got going with the altachers and who did not save a 1-1 at Master Salzburg at the end of the basic round.
“We are at 98 degrees and tomorrow at 100,” assured Schmidt, who, however, has to do without the blocked striker Atdhe Nuhiu, on Friday.
The new Altach coach primarily wants to take advantage of the WSG.
“It is an advantage that the opposing team is not so prepared. I would like to play this advantage.”
Tino Casali saw the change of coach positively.
“There is certainly a new energy in the team,” said the goalkeeper.
“We have to see that we hamsters as many points as possible as last year.”
WSG wants to settle from Keller
The WSG, on the other hand, missed the leap into the master group with a defeat against runner -up.
The team of coach Thomas Silberberger starts the qualification round as the league leader and wants to settle directly from the end of the table.
The WSG trainer absolutely wants to take anything out of the country, even if it doesn’t have to be a victory.
“If we leave Altach undefeated, everything is fine. We can live with one point,” said Silberberger.
If you believe the statistics, then at least no peat festival is to be expected, a tie is very possible.
Because the first two duels this season ended 0-0.
Silberberger did not take a close look at the upcoming opponent around the clock.
“We dealt extremely little with Altach this week,” said the 49-year-old.
“Anyone who knows the teams from Klaus Schmidt knows exactly that they are always extremely motivated and dynamic on the way. We warned our team all week, especially before the first twenty minutes. We will not offer you too much room
The Altacher meanwhile have very good memories of the Wattener, because in the past season it was just secured with a 2-1 win over the Tyroleans in the last round.