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After defeat and “board out” calls at 1860: Is Aue boss Leonhardt sticking to rust?

After defeat and “board out” calls at 1860: Is Aue boss Leonhardt sticking to rust?

Despite their best efforts, FC Erzgebirge Aue failed to achieve the hoped-for first win of the season. But what’s next? Can Aue coach Timo Rost stay?

Oh – “Enough, out, board out!” demanded the 765 fans who had traveled with them FC Erzgebirge Aue after this 1:3 at 1860 Munich on a banner in the guest block. The day before the Munich Oktoberfest, there was a hangover in Aue.

1860 Coach Michael Köllner (52) Found Positive Words About The Violets And Aue Boss Helge Leonhardt (63) On Friday Evening.
1860 coach Michael Köllner (52) found positive words about the violets and Aue boss Helge Leonhardt (63) on Friday evening. © PICTURE POINT / S. Sunday

Once again, the violets didn’t provide any arguments as to how they wanted to get out of there, although the morale was right and the assignment couldn’t be denied.

Löwen coach Michael Köllner (52) accordingly saw an opponent who was not to be expected given the sporting situation. “It wasn’t a heap of rubble, but an intact team,” said Köllner on “MagentaSport”.

The successful coach also has a clear opinion on the debate about club boss Helge Leonhardt: “I hope that people don’t forget what he did for the club.” But the past does not score any goals in the present and that is what Aue is currently doing completely comes off In addition, there are always these dropouts on the defensive, which inevitably lead to goals being conceded.

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They don’t actively go after the man, like Anthony Barylla (25) with assist provider Albion Vrenezi (28) or the distances to the opponent aren’t right, like with Alexander Sorge (29). Ivan Knezevic (29) didn’t do the intensive sprint, etc. The list of shortcomings could be continued indefinitely, which Ulrich Taffertshofer (30), for Dimitrij Nazarov (32) as captain on the field, chalked up accordingly.

“You have to take another step and defend more consistently. Unfortunately, we didn’t manage to do that in the crucial moments,” said Taffertshofer.

Aue Boss Helge Leonhardt (63, 2Nd From Right) Followed The Game Against 1860 Munich From The Coaching Bench.
Aue boss Helge Leonhardt (63, 2nd from right) followed the game against 1860 Munich from the coaching bench. © PICTURE POINT / S. Sunday

When asked whether a new impetus was needed to finally get what was required on the pitch, Taffertshofer seemed unsure: “I’m the wrong guy. I have no influence on what those responsible do.”

Even if the palace revolution has long been underway, numerous fan clubs, sponsors, including financiers such as Elektroinstrumente Eibenstock, MBR GmbH or are demanding the withdrawal of the committees, the active fan scene stops supporting them until heads roll, is still the case Club boss Helge Leonhardt the one who would have to put the chair in front of the door for Rost.

Does he do that after the sixth bankruptcy in the ninth third division game? “Performance and success were demanded” from the coach and team in advance. “From the body language, it was the reaction that was demanded,” said Leonhardt.

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According to TAG24 information, a possible trainer decision should be made at a new committee meeting, which is expected to take place between Tuesday and Thursday of next week.

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