The bankruptcy at VfL Lübeck-Schwartau (28:31) was still difficult to digest for HSV coach Torsten Jansen (43) on Wednesday. “We weren’t there for half-time in defense!”
Too harmless, too sweet, too emotionless – the three-week Corona break is forcing HSV to its knees. “It didn’t do us any good,” says Jansen. “The rhythm is missing. We play every third day now, so you can’t work on anything in training. “
There are enough starting points: In Gummersbach (25:26) you only saw fighting, against Fürstenfeldbruck (27:26) there was a lack of passion and wit – similar to Schwartau.
Before the duel on Friday against Hüttenberg (8 pm, sportdeutschland.tv), Jansen sounds the alarm: “Now everyone has to know what the hour has come!”
The statement made by his captain Lukas Ossenkopp (27) about the lack of faith in victory is a clear signal for the coach. Jansen: “We need everyone to be more aggressive. We mustn’t think too much, we just have to do it. ”