Bielefeld (dpa / lnw) – According to their own statements, the difficult starting position in the relegation battle has had no effect on coach Uwe Koschinat’s sleep. “I knew it was a difficult situation when I took over and that’s why it’s a situation that I’ve already taken into account,” said the 51-year-old on Friday. “I enjoy working with the team, so there’s no way I’m sleeping badly.” His team can also cope well with the pressure: “The team has always started well in games with a lot of pressure, which makes me confident. It shows that they are mentally strong.”
Before the last day of the season in the 2nd Bundesliga, Arminia is in the relegation zone. A year after the fall from the first class, the Bielefeld threaten to be passed. In order to save themselves directly, the East Westphalians have to win at 1. FC Magdeburg on Sunday (3.30 p.m. / Sky) and at the same time hope for mistakes from 1. FC Nuremberg or Eintracht Braunschweig. Koschinat took over Arminia in March. Even then, Bielefeld was in 16th place.
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