Wiesentheid grows noticeably under rmeithi

Wiesentheid grows noticeably under Rmeithi

One can only wish for such a debut as a coach: TSV-DJK Wiesentheid celebrated the first win of the year on Saturday in the first game under new coach Hassan Rmeithi: a 1-0 (0-0) at DJK Oberschwarzach. For the promotion aspirants it was already the fourth game in a row without a win. Especially offensively, the hosts had shown a weak performance.

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It was quite a curiosity what had happened in Wiesentheid during the week. First, the relegation-threatened club parted ways with its coach Thomas Latteier, and shortly thereafter announced that the coaching team of Hassan Rmeithi and Ralf Habl, who were actually not scheduled to take over until the coming season, would be taking over. So Rmeithi, who is still in office and dignity with neighboring FC Geesdorf, was already at the sidelines at the guest game in Wiebelsberg. "It’s a strange situation – especially because we trained together for the first time on Thursday," the experienced trainer admitted openly afterwards.

But the change of coach on the Wiesentheid bench paid off immediately. Because what Rmeithi got to see from his new team, he could only like. He almost scored his first goal in red and white in the early stages of the match. Lukas Huscher got a free shot after Jonathan Popp’s cross, but the attacker was still blocked. His men had started with commitment, and they remained passionate in the aftermath. They withdrew far and left the ball to the opponent, but did not shy away from a duel and ran again and again skillfully to open gaps.

With this play the hosts had noticeably their problems. Hardly once managed the title contender to combine through the tight net and to come to dangerous conclusions. After Pascal Kraub’ cross, it was Wiesentheid’s Paul Kaiser who tested his goalkeeper Jan Molitor for the first time (16 minutes). minute). The actions of the Oberschwarzach team also seemed too erratic in the following period. More than a distance attempt Sven Friedrichs (40.) and a direct free kick by Alexander Greb – both times the ball flew over the bar – the home team did not succeed.

"We knew that they would get a boost once again. But we didn’t do enough and had too few scoring chances," said Greb, complaining about his team’s lethargic performance, which hardly improved after the second half.

Rather, it was again the guests who set the first drumbeat. Anis Sahli had won the ball in the opponent’s half and sent Jonathan Popp on the left side, who served Lukas Huscher, who was running with him, in an exemplary manner. "In the second half we shifted our game further forward. That paid off," said Rmeithi, whose eleven was also the more dangerous in the aftermath. Once again Huscher tested Oberschwarzach’s goalkeeper Sebastian Solf (58.).

Later, Jonathan Popp’s attempt from the half-right was deflected for a corner (81.). The home side gave their best effort, but little came of it. The scene was emblematic when Sebastian Reinstein, standing free, first stopped the ball incorrectly and then failed to fully hit it (63.). "At the moment, we’re lacking in the coldness and quality of our attacking play," summed up Greb.

Simon Muller had a header that Valentin Vogel cleared on the line (76.), and Sebastian Reinstein had two chances to equalize in the closing minutes. More came from the home side but no more against especially defensively very stable Wiesentheider. "The boys did outstandingly well, especially as we only had eleven players from the first team with us. They implemented our match plan perfectly," said Rmeithi, who was delighted to have once again beaten his former rival. Thus the Wiesentheider procured themselves besides a little air in the relegation fight. For now, they have left the bottom of the relegation table again.

The statistics of the game

SV-DJK Oberschwarzach – TSV/DJK Wiesentheid 0:1 (0:0)

Oberschwarzach: Solf – Mayer, Greb, Lukas Mend (60. Berthel), Kraub (50. Philipp Mend, 78. Bauer) – Zink – Dulk, Gebner, Reinstein – Simon Muller, Friedrich.

Wiesentheid: Molitor – Vogel, Kaiser, Enzbrenner, Ruppert, Beuerlein – Huscher, Seitz, Flurschutz, Popp – Sahli (90. Mohamed).

Referee: Kolodeznyj (Munnerstadt).

Spectators: 170.

Yellow cards: Greb, Friedrich; Flurschutz.

Goal: 0:1 Lukas Huscher (49.).

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