FSV coach Joe Enoch relies on a new Hurricanes pair in the final game. Already at Waldhoff Mannheim on Saturday, Manfred Stark produced a double lead with Ronnie König.
Both returned this week. Stark became fully involved in training on Wednesday, while Godinho slowly returned to Maundy Thursday after a 30-hour return trip. You don’t have to predict that until Jojo Stannick (21) fails for a short time, who will drop everything in the back as Joe Hook (49) on the right.
A change is expected at the double six, where Marco Shikora (26) should oust Mannheim-born Leon Jensen (23) following a yellow card suspension – and Stark’s return to the top with Ronnie Kosig (37) on top. . Enoch: “They have been our bargaining chip ever since they played together. Not only because of the risk of scoring, but also because of how they work against the ball.”
Since Ostudel against Halle (2: 2) on 6 February, Enoch attacked the two together and Stark played better and better, scoring two goals and assisting in six games – as in 17 games earlier.
Enoch said, “He needed time to find his form. It was important to us that he always accelerated, showed himself in training and when he looked younger, it showed how important he was.”
Now Stark was absent from training due to an international break, but would be preferred because otherwise he would have hardly taken a seat next to his coach at Mannheim-PK. Another argument: The national team (2–1 against Guinea) and the Windhawk family left him in the game. “Physically the level of the game was equal to 3. league“Stark reports.
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