"There are moments in football" - now FC Nöttingen wants to use opportunities again - sports 2

"There are moments in football" – now FC Nöttingen wants to use opportunities again – sports

Remchingen-Nöttingen. The fans want to see some good football, but what's the point, if in the end no point is obvious. As on the last day of FC Nöttingen's match in Neckarsulm. 70 minutes determined the Oberligist match, showed very good football combinations, but did not click. In the end, you lost – despite many opportunities – 0: 2. For the FCN (10th place), it was the first defeat of the season after a win and a draw.

They want to make up for that in the home game Saturday at 15:30. A guest in the stadium is FV Ravensburg, listed in Table 13. (1 win, 2 losses). Coach Steffen Wohlfahrt's team started with two defeats in the season, but the final day of the match was marked by a 7: 3 free kick against Freiberg aufhorchen. The "Boneberger" struck four times: Jonah met three times, once Samuel.

That leaves Michael Wittwer cold. "The win should not be overestimated," said Nöttinger coach. But he knows that Ravensburg now comes to Nöttingen with great euphoria. "But we will not be stuck in the impression," said Wittwer. He is confident that his team is back on track after the draw against Linx (2-2) and the recent bankruptcy. "There are moments in football when you do not clean up your scoring chances – the good thing is that we win at least some chances."

Against Ravensburg, they should then be recycled. Ernesto de Santis may be busy with it. After being stretched to the inside of the knee, the attacker could again be part of the team. After the MRT, a green light was given Thursday, but the Italian still suffers.

Meanwhile, everything was clear with Niklas Kolbe. The defender had to be replaced at Neckarsulm because of knee irritation at halftime. Probably an overload. "We have been training on artificial turf for a long time," explains Wittwer. "The grass field is judged, only on September 1st we can come back."

The record against Ravensburg speaks for the FCN: in the last eight games you have won five, with two losses and one draw. But the statistics do not interest Michael Wittwer: "We had always defeated Neckarsulm before."