Nice and successful. In the back round leaders St. Pauli, Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (25) and Omar Marmoush (22) in particular ensure that tongues click. But that is exactly where the problem lies.
How can St. Pauli hold its magic feet?
With eight goals and nine assists, Kyereh is the most dangerous Kiez kicker. In the summer of 2020, the German with Ghanaian roots came to the Millerntor free of charge from Wiesbaden (contract until 2023). Now his arts are attracting the attention of other clubs. “That is part of it,” says Timo Schultz (43) relaxed. “For me as a coach, it’s nice to have players who are in demand. That means that you play successfully and have worked well with the guys. “
Kyereh dreams of the first division. When the time comes is also in St. Pauli. It looks different with Marmoush. He has been wearing the Pauli jersey since winter, scored six goals and prepared three goals. But the loan with Wolfsburg ends at the end of the season.
Schultz: “Omar has a regular club. We are not at the fore here. But things sometimes develop in different directions … “
Especially since the players know that they are developing well at St. Pauli. “It’s fun to work with the guys because they are extremely ambitious and willing to learn,” says Schultz. “But you have to get better at the basics. This includes playing a little more straightforward. You can learn that. “
And further: “This extra class is difficult to learn, which you simply show in certain situations.” What Schultz means by this: “Solve a one-on-one situation, challenge the ball in tight situations, be brave, go on it and play high-risk football. “
But the guys shouldn’t exaggerate. Schultz: “Omar in particular still has to take a few steps in his risk management …”