Daniel Niedzkowski @ SG Sonnenhof Großaspach [VFL OSNABRÜCK GAME]

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  • subpop
    3364 posts National Call-Up
    Thank you. As I expected, the team leads the league table with Wehen doing pretty well too. Only 5 games and there's a little gap between these teams and the 3rd position. Brilliant start.
  • DonGabriel
    934 posts Semi-Pro
    Good results so far, the gap you've built will be very important at some point. I can see Hägele being your best player but a little question: he's a central midfielder, but do you play him as attacking midfielder? A great playmaker by the way.
  • Facemullet
    43 posts Last Pick at the Park
    subpop wrote: »
    Thank you. As I expected, the team leads the league table with Wehen doing pretty well too. Only 5 games and there's a little gap between these teams and the 3rd position. Brilliant start.

    Yeah Wehen could be the stiffest competition ill face in Liga 3. The gap is handy, hopefully we can open that gap up more and consolidate promotion relatively early!
  • Facemullet
    43 posts Last Pick at the Park
    DonGabriel wrote: »
    Good results so far, the gap you've built will be very important at some point. I can see Hägele being your best player but a little question: he's a central midfielder, but do you play him as attacking midfielder? A great playmaker by the way.

    Yeah having some breathing space is only good. Matches will be dropped I can only assume so having points in the bank is goood.

    Yeah Hägele is a CM but we are very light at CAM and he had all the stats to fill the role and he has done very well!
  • Facemullet
    43 posts Last Pick at the Park
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    We are proud to announce that both Joe Gyau and Daniel Hägele have both reached an agreement with the club to re-sign.

    Both players have agreed to an extra two years at the club. Manager Daniel Niedzkowski was delighted in the news.

    "This is a big step for us. Joe and Daniel have so much quality, they are big players for us and we look forward to many more years and taking this journey with them." - Daniel Niedzkowski

  • Facemullet
    43 posts Last Pick at the Park
    edited May 2018
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    SG DEFEAT CARL ZEISS JENA 2-0 AT THE ERNST ABBE SPORTFELD

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    (70) ⚽️ J. Gyau 1-0
    (82) ⚽️ D. Pelivan 2-0

    SG continue their blistering start to the year with a 2-0 away win at CZJ. It would be the quality in finishing that would seperate the sides.

    SG fans were not treated to their regular fast starts as both teams felt each other out for the opening stanza.

    SG would rattle the woodwork 10 minutes before half time via a deflected shot from captain Daniel Hägele but that was as close as either team got in the first half.

    The second half started much like the first and 30 minutes inti the 2nd half SG would have their lead.

    It would be the two players who committed their future to the club who would make the breakthrough. SG skipper played a delightful ball into the box for the surging Joe Gyau who thumped home past the oncoming keeper.

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    GYAU CELEBRATES WITH HIS TEAM

    However five minutes later CZJ'S best opportunity arrived when a hammer drive from CZJ midfielder Löhmannsröben thumped into the cross bar.

    However seven minutes later the game was over when young S. Grossaspach midfielder, Dominik Pelivan seized on a fortunate deflection and guided his close range volley home.

    From there SG saw the game out and come out deserved victors.

    CZJ Manger, Mark Zimmermann was full of praise for the efforts of his team.

    "SG are the form side of the competition. This was always going to be tough. We just didn't make enough chances." - Mark Zimmermann, Carl Zeiss Jena Manager.
  • Facemullet
    43 posts Last Pick at the Park
    edited May 2018
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    S. GROSSASPACH AND VFL OSNABRÜCK BATTLE TO DRAW AT THE MECHATRONIK ARENA

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    (69) ⚽️ J. Fehr 1-0
    (81) ⚽️ M. Heider 1-1

    THE match began delayed due to a thick haze of smoke fell over the pitch when groups of supporters on both sides clashed. The game would be played in a similar fashion with an intense battle on the park.

    Osnabrück started the better side and could have been two or three up within the first half an hour but it was not to to be. Both sides would enter the halftime break frustrated.

    Osnabrück started the stronger side again and at 66 minutes in Niedzkowski had decided SG needed a change. In a some what bold move he replaced star players this year Gyau and Fountas with Jeff Fehr and recently purchased Ragnar Ache.

    It would prove to be a masterstroke when substitute forward Ache would tee up his fellow substitute Fehr who finished emphatically and sprinted to the SG faithful.

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    JEFF FEHR SMASHES HOME

    However the celebrations were to be ended 10 minutes from time when Marc Heider jumped over a rash challenege from SG defender Jannes Hoffman and curled in the equalizer in stunning fashion to silence the home crowd.

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    HEIDERS CURLED EFFORT LEAVES KEVIN BROLL HELPLESS

    It would be SG who finished stronger but a draw was the result as both sides couldn't find a way to edge the result.

    VFL manager Daniel Thioune was pleased with his sides effort.

    "This is a good result. SG are a very good team and to hold them and dominate periods of the game at their home ground is very pleasing."
  • Facemullet
    43 posts Last Pick at the Park
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    "THAT WAS A DISSAPOINTING PERFORMANCE." NIEDZKOWSKI LAMENTS HOME DRAW WITH VFL OSNABRÜCK

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    "Your team seemed to be stuck in first gear, is that a sentiment you would agree with?" - Fer Güen, Aspach Times

    "That was a dissapointing performance but not too bad of a result. I think that it was a mixture of us being slow and VFL being very very good." - Daniel Niedzkowski

    "What did they do differently to everyone else?" - Jack Bauer, ESPN

    "They had more energy than us. They pressed and pressed and when they had the ball they used it. Credit to VFL and we must push on to get a good result against Unterhaching next week." - Daniel Niedzkowski
  • Facemullet
    43 posts Last Pick at the Park
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    S. GROSSASPACH UNBEATEN RUN ENDS IN 2-1 AWAY LOSS TO UNTERHACHING.

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    (29) ⚽️ S. Hain 1-0
    (62) ⚽️ OG J. Leist 2-0
    (80) ⚽️ T. Chahed

    DANIEL Niedzkowski's S. Grossaspach tasted defeat for the first time this season when they traveled to spVgg Unterhaching.

    The opening 20 minutes each side flirted with the score board but neither could get a handle of the game. That was until Unterhaching forward, Stephan Hain jinked and dribbled past multiple SG defenders before curling his effort in off the post.

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    STEPHAN HAIN CURLS HOME


    S. Grossaspach came close minutes before half time when they almost bundled in a goal mouth scramble but it was eventually cleared and the home side entered halftime in the lead.

    SG started the half brightly but it would be Unterhaching who would double their lead when a cross from the keft was turned into the SG goal by another SG player, Julien Leist.

    This prompted changes from both sides and saw SG surge for goals which evaded them until the 80th minute when substitute and new arrival Tarek Chahed noded one home from a Jeff Fehr cross.


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    TAREK CHAHED HEADS SG BACK IN THE GAME


    S. Grossaspach saw a long range drive from captain Daniel Hägele go close but the game ended 2-1 and a victory for spVgg Unterhaching.

    Unterhacing manager Claus Schromm says he was not surprised his team came away with three points.

    "This was no surprise to us. We knew we could do it. We saw weakness and we exploited them. We are a good team. We will give a lot of teams a hard time here." - Claus Schromm

    S. Grossaspach manager Daniel Niedzkowski praised his opponents and bemoaned a slow start to both halves.

    "Full credit and congratulations goes to Unterhaching. They were the better side and they deserve their win today. I think we took too long to get into the game and it cost us." - Daniel Niedzkowski

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  • subpop
    3364 posts National Call-Up
    Good result against Carl Zeiss Jena, followed by a very unexpected draw against Osnabrük and a defeat against Unterhaching.

    There are things to highlight though. During the season, the team showed to be effective without the ball possession, but it's hard to understand how Osnabrück can give the team such a lesson of ball possession. And things weren't any better in the following game, even if the rival seem to be more complicated.

    The team leads the league table and the overall results are brilliant, but doesn't it worry you?
  • Facemullet
    43 posts Last Pick at the Park
    subpop wrote: »
    Good result against Carl Zeiss Jena, followed by a very unexpected draw against Osnabrük and a defeat against Unterhaching.

    There are things to highlight though. During the season, the team showed to be effective without the ball possession, but it's hard to understand how Osnabrück can give the team such a lesson of ball possession. And things weren't any better in the following game, even if the rival seem to be more complicated.

    The team leads the league table and the overall results are brilliant, but doesn't it worry you?

    It does worry me. There is certainly a bit of a slide going on on. Lucky its a marathon not a sprint and we have plenty of time to get it right again.
  • ASdoZeR
    1362 posts Professional
    Mixed results but looking at the table you, Wehen and Rostock are already building up a gap and go for a race. As you said it's still early in the season but the team is looking really strong, especially the offense is doing a good job.
  • DonGabriel
    934 posts Semi-Pro
    Only 4 points in 9, it allowed Wehen and Hansa Rostock get closer. But the season has just begun, Niedzkowski has already showed quality to lead Großaspach to 2. Bundesliga and the team responded very well.
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