It was outstanding pictures that the HSV created with each other with its fans before the encounter: a huge choreo, long memory shortly before kick-off, special jerseys, wreath resignation, Uwe, Uwe calls. With fantastic feelings, the Hamburgers said farewell to the club legend Uwe Seeler, who passed away last Thursday at the age of 85.
- Schonlau and also the HSV are surprised by Schumacher late
- You can not review this Saturday against Bayreuth
The objective was, of program, to win a victory for us Uwe on this big ceremony day. A lot more, after an ideasless 2nd half, the last offensive came too late, then the red trousers also encountered a counterattack also in included time and wound up empty-handed.
Schonlau and also the HSV are surprised by Schumacher late
We had the possibility to obtain the sack in advance. We simply constricted the challenger a little bit at the end of the second half. As well as after that you no more determine that Rostock will be the winner, Captain was frustrated Sebastian Schonlau after the video game at the Skies microphone.
Actually, assaulter Robert Glatzel, who had shot the HSV to triumph with a double pack at the beginning against Braunschweig, shortly before completion, left 2 top-class players (84th, 88th). Last week we were lucky sufficient, today we gave things. If we do the one hundred percent, we discuss various other things, coach Tim Walter agreed to his captain.
You can not review this Saturday against Bayreuth
Walter had already shown himself extremely mentally in the run-up to the death of Seeler, he defined the general situation in the past, throughout and after the game as weird: You can’t review this, no matter whether you lose or win, the circumstance resembles that, as it is, claimed Walter.
The 46-year-old needs to promptly increase his men once more after a psychological day, and his group can not actually encourage against Braunschweig. Next Saturday (3:30 p.m.) this will certainly prosper in the very first round of the DFB Mug at 3rd division advertised Bayreuth.