It wasn't enough. After only a year of SC Paderborn is back from relegation from the Bundesliga. Already on Tuesday in front of the door of the Coach computer could be all right.
Berlin (dpa) - A game at 1. FC Union Berlin is for Steffen Baumgart always something Special. The coach of SC Paderborn played from 2002 to 2004, even for the "Iron". Centre of his life is still in the district Berlin-Köpenick, where the stadium is located On the Old Forester.
could be Calculated to be sealed on Tuesday evening (20.30 clock/Sky) in the Bundesliga-relegation of Paderborn. For three game days before the end of the season the last table eight points behind the play-off space, which means: Baumgarts team has a Chance to stay in the League, if you win all three games and if both rivals Werder Bremen and Fortuna Düsseldorf lose all three games.
This will hardly happen, even Baumgart know. And the game in Berlin he doesn't want to charge it with personal emotions. "When we descend we will not descend to the Old Forester. Then we've got the whole year to little points," said the 48-Year-old. "Besides, it's already happened to me once at the Alte Försterei, as we have lost with Hansa Rostock after a 2:0 lead with 5:4. That was most of the time, the Pain of what I've experienced in my career." That was in 2012, as the Baumgart Co-Trainer in Rostock.
the descent was to be expected at the smallest and sales weakest Club in the League, so Baumgart was also always very important for how his Team presents. "It's not about to keep the Faith, but our face," he said before the last three Games of the season.
And since it has just been eating at the recent appearance at the 1:5 against Werder Bremen very much, asks the Trainer of his team to say goodbye with Pride from the football League. "I want to see the character of us," said Baumgart. "Every game will be a fireworks display from us. We don't want to give up, but to bring the season with their heads held high at the end. I expect now."
With what squad of the SC Paderborn in the 2. League will compete, is still open. Players such as Luca Kilian or Sebastian Vasiliadis but have the stuff to stay top notch. Therefore Baumgart looks at the one-year stint in the League as a success. "We have achieved a lot," he said in the ZDF morning magazine. "If the Corona would not have been a crisis, we would have assumed the debts of the Association. We are on very solid legs. We have improved the market values of the players. We can build on that."
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data to the gameUpdated Date: 18 June 2020, 17:34