Philip Storm brings the sterion closer again

In the cup semi-finals, the Hartburgers have a historic chance to reach the final for the first time. With Reed, a fearsome opponent awaits the Alsterion.

19:27, 02 March 2022


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Spring wasn’t perfect for Hartburg yet. Although the Styrians won the quarter-finals in Vienna – Hütteldorf, they only took one point from three rounds of the league, which means they missed the top six. Recent disappointments according to the coach Kurt Ross But it has been processed and marked. “Now we have to trust ourselves more. We can achieve a lot in a match like thisThe Styrian said that participation in the cup final had already been identified by the team as a major goal of last summer’s season.

In order to reach the final for the first time in the club’s history, Ryder’s power must be challenged at home. “Every streak is going to break eventually,” Ross said. “We want to be the ones to finish that streak so that Rider can start a new streak.”

By the way, the current success of the Innviertlers began in their own stadium against Hartberg – on April 3 of the previous year there was 3: 2. In this league season, the Sterios lost 0: 1 at Reed. “But we were always the better team in those matches. And now they’re playing more offensively than they were back then, which gives them some spaceHis club has not won six Oberhaus encounters with Reed. That should change with the following eleven:

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