The duel between HSV and SSV Jahn Regensburg on Sunday shows the way for both teams. While HSV are still in 3rd place in the table and looking from top to bottom, opponents Regensburg in 17th are at risk of relegation. Nevertheless, new coach Joe Enochs is optimistic about his first game. The former VfL Osnabrück player demands a brave approach from his team. “But we are all convinced of ourselves. We want to shoot as often as possible in order to have a chance to score, » said Enochs.
Asked about the HSV system, sometimes criticized for being too easy to calculate, the 51-year-old had another opinion, according to ‘Bild’: « HSV play in a complicated way. They have a lot of position changes, the goalkeeper is extremely high The full-backs are very dangerous in the penalty area, there is a lot of speed on the flanks. In front of Glatzel, who is an exceptional striker in the second division. »