It starts again: After only six weeks break Bayernliga starts with six teams from the Munich region in the new season.
Just six weeks have passed since the last relegation matches completed the Bayernliga season 2018/19. The new season is already starting this weekend. There are half a dozen teams from the Munich region. Türkgücü (up) and the FC Unterföhring (down) have said goodbye, new are Regionalliga relegated Pipinsried and newcomer Deisenhofen.
So now that FC Ismaning: Orhan Akkurt enjoys cult status in the Munich amateur football. The 33-year-old comes from the youth of SpVgg Unterhaching, scored many goals for Großhadern, Heimstetten, Pullach and last for Türkgücü. Alone 144 it has been in the Bavarian League, what Akkurt earned the nickname "Torhan". What he also wants to prove in Ismaning. At the FCI they want to experience a stress-free season, because the desire of those in charge should be covered after the relegation return match against SC Feucht end of May: Despite three dismissals, the team of coach Mijo Stijepic rescued with the last force a 1-1. But now Torhan is here. Akkurt will be 34 this Sunday. Would also be a nice number of goals this season.
With the relegation places had the SV Pullach Never to do anything since the Bayernliga climb in 2013. Places five, two, two, one, two and finally four took the team from the Isar valley under the direction of coach Frank Schmöller and manager Theo Liedl. Now both are gone and have left a huge gap. The new player-coach is Alexander Benede, sporting director Robert Bäumel. In the preparation there were some hearty defeats – especially the 0:12 against last year's champion Türkgücü. Even the dress rehearsal against the regional league team Heimstetten was lost (0: 4). At the season premiere this Saturday will now show whether the departures like Daniel Leugner (Pipinsried) or Christoph Dinkelbach can be reasonably adequately replaced. With the latter, there will be a reunion, he plays now for Pullachs kick-off opponent Kirchanschöring.
Friday, July 12th
Schwabmuenchen – Landsberg
Saturday, July 13th
Dachau – Türkspor Augsburg 2 pm
Pullach – Kirchanschöring 2 pm
Hankofen-Hailing – Ismaning 16 clock
Kottern – Wasserburg 5 pm
Deisenhofen – Nördlingen 17 clock
Schwaben Augsburg – Pipinsried 6 pm
Sunday, July 14th
1860 Munich II – Donaustauf 16 o'clock
Wednesday, 7th of August
Ingolstadt II – Jahn Regensburg II 19 clock
The "ravens" then meet their former coach Frank Schmöller on 14 September. The former professional has also been hired by a league rival: the TSV 1860 Munich II Schmöller should ensure that the U-21 talents are even closer in the future to the professional squad of the Lions. In the meantime, it was not at all clear whether the financially troubled third division could continue to afford a reserve at all. Accordingly, the coach is the most prominent access of the sixties. The only new players who did not come from their own youth are midfielders Kazuki Date (Heimstetten) and Timo Spennesberger (Jahn Regensburg II).
Much more agile has since the Regionalligaabsteiger FC Pipinsried shown on the transfer market. Apparently blessed with plenty of sponsorship money, the sports director Roman Plesche put together a team that is considered the top favorite for the championship title. Alone, because four players from last year's champion Türkgücü moved to the Dachau hinterland: Stephan Thee, Pablo Pigl, Christoph Rech and Luka Odak, who, however, could soon be gone again, because the long journey to training for him is hard to handle. But midfielder Dennis Hoffmann (Memmingen) or strikers Marcel Ebeling (Heimstetten) and Benjamin Kauffmann (Wacker Nordhausen) upgrade the squad on. Most recently, goalkeeper Johann Hipper from TSV 1860 II was brought in, as the intended transfer of Belgian Maxime Crahaj had been dashed at short notice. On the sideline and on the pitch, a duo sets the pace: Fabian Hürzeler is supported by Muriz Salemovic, who has most recently returned the TSV Landsberg to the Bayernliga. Both are equal player-coaches.
While the FCP due to the prominent entrants must probably accept the role of favorite, you stick with the local rivals TSV Dachau 1865 consciously back with full-bodied statements. For player-coach Fabian Lamotte, 36, it would be "presumptuous" to count as promotion aspirants. King transfer should be the mighty center forward Robin Volland of FC Ismaning. The brother of Bundesliga professional Kevin Volland could be the perfect complement to maneuverable Christian Doll.
New in the circle of the best amateur teams in Southern Bavaria is the FC Deisenhofen, a club that has been attracting attention for years through outstanding youth work and achievements in futsal. With the Icelandic coach Hannes Sigurdsson the FC managed over the relegation by two sovereign appearances against Unterföhring (1: 1, 2: 0) for the first time the leap into the fifth highest division and then celebrated befitting with beer showers and promotion shirts. The club from the district of Oberhaching continues to rely on their own offspring, the only major external access is goalkeeper Moritz Volz, 31, who comes from the district division Penzberg. The heart of the team are the Mayer brothers Markus, 29, and Martin, 30. All other key players were held. Nevertheless, according to his Sporting Director Franz Perneker, the only goal of the Bundesliga in the first league year is the relegation.
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