At the start of the season in the Oberliga Rheinland-Pfalz / Saar Süd, the SV Elversberg U21s scored three points in the home game against FC Speyer at 2-1 on the weekend - now the next task is already imminent. Because at the start of the season, the first English week is already scheduled; In this context, the U21 will play tomorrow, Wednesday, September 09th, in the first away game at TuS Mechtersheim, the game will start at 18.30 p.m.
"First of all we are happy that we are going to Mechtersheim with the three points behind us," says U21 coach Marco Emich. The opening win against Speyer was hard work for his team - the coach expects it to be just as difficult tomorrow evening in Mechtersheim. “Last season they were further down in the table, but they also had a lot of bad luck with injuries - you can't compare that with this season,” says Emich: “Mechtersheim has a robust team that is strong in duels. The 2-0 win in Wiesbach last weekend already showed the quality of this team. It's going to be a tough job for us. "
In addition, the SVE also has to rotate personnel. In addition to the long-term injuries, Jannick Geißler (yellow-red ban) and Nico Floegel (due to work) are also missing in Mechtersheim. "We have to do a bit of defensive rebuilding right now, but so the others can and must step into the breach and show that they also have quality," says Marco Emich.
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press report written by: Christina John