BG Göttingen is focused on the match in FC Bayern

BG Göttingen is focused: “We want to make our work the last”

Göttingen.“The Last Dance” – The Bundesliga basketball players from BG Göttingen danced it at the end of the main round on the floor of Munich’s Audi Dome without their head coach Roel Moors. On Sunday at 6 pm, they play in FC Bayern for the catch-up match on the 33rd match day. Although it has become an almost meaningless meeting for the violins after the home defeat against Gießen on Sunday, there is still a lot at stake for the hosts.

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Without BG head coach Roel Moors, the team will take the bus to the Bavarian capital on Saturday. After his emotional outburst after the Giessen match, the league gave him an exclusion of one match and a fine. As the Belgian is also not allowed to be in the hall during the match, only assistant coach Olivier Foucart will coach the team in Munich.

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Moors does not expect Bayern to be the best

Beforehand, however, Moors commented on the game in Munich. He does not expect a full host and expects a number of key players to be absent. For example, Vladimir Lucic, who only played 20 BBL matches before Friday’s match against Ulm, was absent from the first match. ‘Munich is difficult to assess. It does not matter who comes up against us, it will not be easy. “

Violets say goodbye to fans on May 11th

It should go two years without saying goodbye, and now BG Göttingen returns to a ritual: Before the Bundesliga basketball players go on summer vacation, there is one last meeting with the fans.

One thing is for sure: BG Göttingen has played the most successful season in seven years – even if it just did not end up being a big surprise and getting into the playoffs. Reason enough for the Violets to finally celebrate with their fans again this season and to call in for the summer holidays.

BG invites all fans to the big closing party on Wednesday 11 May from kl. 17.30 in Monro’s Park (Hospitalstraße 29). The highlight of the celebration will be the auction of the original player jerseys in favor of BG youth work and an autograph session. There will also be a special sale of fan article. In addition, fans can experience the team up close again before players say goodbye to their well-deserved vacation.

There are no longer statutory corona hygiene measures, but BG recommends that all fans wishing to attend the celebration test themselves for the corona virus beforehand to protect others and to wear an FFP2 mask. cal

Therefore, the BG coach’s focus is clearly on his own team: “We want to make our work to the last. It will be a difficult match. Of course we were hoping to play to the end for a goal,” said the Belgian after BG’s missed chance for to get to the playoffs for the first time in more than a decade. The focus is now different after the home defeat against Gießen. “Everyone trained really well. We have little or no pressure, so that can be positive. The team will try to get the best out of this situation.”

FC Bayern would like to finish the main round among the four best teams to start the playoffs with home advantage. At best, even the first place could jump out. But competitor Alba Berlin would go wrong. As always in the final phase, it is also a math game.

FC Bayern are chasing from match to match right now

After losing the fifth quarter-final match of the Euroleague last Tuesday night in Barcelona and missing the Final Four in this competition, head coach Andrea Trinchieri’s team had to play out again on Friday night and was received by ratiopharm Ulm. Between the Southern classic and the giant duel against Alba Berlin (Tuesday 10 May at 20.30) in their own hall, BG Göttingen comes to Isar. This match will be Bayern’s tenth competitive match in 23 days. So it’s again up to them to master the balance between the main round game in the league and the final game on the international stage.

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In the first match at the end of November, the Violets were able to keep the match open until the break (33:34), even after the change of sides, everything indicated a close match. FC Bayern did not extend the lead until the last quarter and won 80:66. Munich assistant coach Slaven Rimac took on the role of head coach of the ill Trinchieri in this match.

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