New coach, old problems: there is a lot of sand in the machine in the offensive game of SV Wehen Wiesbaden. What Markus Kauczinski is now demanding.
Has some construction sites to work on: SVWW trainer Markus Kauczinski.
“Occupying the rooms, moving on, more speed” – SVWW trainer Markus Kauczinski has found some starting points that need to be worked on. “That doesn’t only apply to the Verl game on Saturday, but always,” he adds.
This also includes more brutality in front of the goal – Kauczinski’s demand was not least of all for Gustaf Nilsson, who last week was not in full possession of his powers and also suffered from the lack of useful feeds in Kaiserslautern (0: 1) recently.
Another construction site is the central midfield, where Mehmet Kurt played again from the beginning on the Betzenberg for the first time since the 8th matchday and is allowed to play again after Emanuel Taffertshofer’s red card suspension against Verl.
“For us it will be important to increase our own number of strokes, to play more attacks, to find dangerous areas and to be consistent,” said Kauczinski before his home game premiere on Saturday (2pm, LIVE! At kicker).
“The whole team is eager to finally get the next home win”
By the way, the last time Kauczinski took place in a competitive game in the Wiesbaden Arena was on June 6, 2020, when he won 3-2 with Dresden. Not the worst omen to improve the SVWW’s bad home record this season (first a three-point, 2-1 against bottom Havelse on August 22nd).
“We want to do everything we can to win and the whole team is eager to finally get the next home win,” announced Kauczinski.