HC Elbflorenz has not won in eight league games. Will Sunday’s match against TSV Bayer Dormagen be a fateful game for Rico Göde?
Dresden – Rico Göde (40) would have preferred not to mention the topic at all. The coach of the HC Florence on the Elbe but not around it yesterday, Thursday. Will the game against TSV Bayer Dormagen on Sunday be a fateful game for the 40-year-old?
“It’s not in my hands and I don’t want to answer 3,000 questions about it. The situation isn’t cool and we definitely didn’t choose it that way, but it’s our own fault that it’s like this,” Göde said.
The HCE hasn’t won eight more league games than table 16. There is even a risk of falling into the relegation zone if there is another defeat this weekend – you actually wanted to attack at the top.
“There is responsibility for every area, I know about mine,” explained Göde. “That’s the way it is in results sport. If the sporting situation allows it, that’s always the most obvious thing. You only know afterwards whether it’s right.”
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It is clear to see that the situation does not leave the tall coach untouched. “It would be wrong if I said I couldn’t care less,” said Göde.
Above all, he worries about his players: “It’s about getting a good feeling again, done and done!”
The solution is as easy as it is complicated: simply win again. The Göde team showed how it works against Dormagen at the start of the season in the DHB Cup.
It was 31:21 at the end of August against TSV in their own hall. Gladly again!
“But now they come around the corner with a lot more self-confidence,” warns Ivar Stavast (24) about the opponent from North Rhine-Westphalia. He was an important factor in the cup game three months ago with seven goals.
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It’s ok to take positives from a sense of achievement, but the past alone will put you against the 14th in the table. get no points.
So what else is encouraging? “That we show in training that we can do a lot better than in the league games. The place in the table is annoying, but we can talk about it honestly. It can’t get much worse, so it doesn’t matter to us now.” the Dutch international.