EC Bad Nauheim: A goalkeeping super threatening disaster

EC Bad Nauheim: A goalkeeping super threatening disaster

The goalkeeper is prone to disaster. EC Bad Nauheim fear a (further) serious failure – in a critical position – before the derby on Friday (7.30 pm) against Leuven Frankfurt!

Now even Philip Maurer? The last strong backup of Felix Bick, who fell ill last week, could add to the long list of missing players. As per the reports, the Landshut native is not a Covid 19 infection but possibly due to some other reason. The exact results were not yet available on Thursday afternoon. “Honestly, I don’t know today what the line-up will look like tomorrow,” says trainer Harry Lang, who once again has to wait for test results and medical bulletins.

Leon Willerskid Licensed The line of concern with EC Trainer isn’t going down. opposite of this. If both Maurer and the last missing Felix Bick are not able to play, good advice is expensive. In coordination with collaborating partner Cologne, goalkeeper talent Leon Willerscheid was licensed during the week. The 16-year-old usually plays for Junghai’s U17 and U20 DNL team and is part of the German U17 national team. The real number one in U20, Niklas Lunemann, helps the DEL team.

Hessenderby, Top Game: First against second. Duel over the top in the spa gardens. The tense staff situation among the spa townspeople dashed hopes. Above all, after more than a third of the season’s main round, the constellation is unpredictable: the table leader of Bad Nauheim meets the main Metropolis’s immediate pursuers and DEL candidates. “You have a lot of money, best defense, best power play, best penalty killing and Rylan Schwartz – Rion Moser – Dylan Wruk in The Parade Series of the League”, Harry Lange knows about “The Herculean Task”. But we accept the challenge.”

Schmidt and Schmidt: “Front runner, front runner, hey, hey.” Red and white supporters were in celebration after a 4-2 win over Selber Wolves. Tomas Schmidt arrived in place of “man of the match”. The first defender made it 3-2 after 52 minutes, then he hit the orphaned goal from 60 meters 53 seconds before the end. Since the failure of Philipp Wachter, the German-Czech defensive strategist has shifted in favor of his German-Canadian named Kevin Schmidt. “Generally speaking, our defenders do an amazing job. Also our second pairing with Huba Ceccei and Eric Steffen,” says Lang, praising the defensive department, which was reduced to four in the previous game.

“final drive”: “We have to be fast enough and find the right balance,” said Franz Fritzmeier at a virtual press conference in Leuven Frankfurt on Thursday. “In the loss against Ravensburg, the final drive was missing in some situations,” said the manager. With the exception of defender Daniel Wirt, who injured himself over the weekend, coach Bo Subar is expected to be available to all men, especially since Darren Mizkowski returns to the team.

Knackstadt cracked the »250«: In fourth place in the table, Dresdner Islöwen, coach Andreas Brockmann felt compelled to step on the enthusiasm brake. Born in Bad Tolger, he warned against exaggerated expectations in the field. The most recent 4:3 victory after the shootout at Krimmitschau was match-winning goalkeeper Kristian Huffsky, who overcame all ice pirate attempts, and Jordan Knackstadt, who scored the deciding penalty. The German-Canadian broke the “250 points” in the Ice Lion jersey at Sahnpark and is third in the club’s internal ranking with 252 points. As a replacement for Jussie Peterson, who played eight times for the Red Devils in the previous round and has now been nominated for the U20 World Cup in Canada, 19-year-old Mannheimer Janice Kalbe has been signed.

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