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Christian Ilzer still enjoys trust in the boardroom of the Bundesliga club Austria Vienna.
To keep it, the coach who arrived at the beginning of the season of WAC must be on Sunday () 13:30 live and exclusively on Sky Sport Austria 1 HD – streaming the game immediately with SkyX – canceled every month) in the home game against Altach finally goes into the second victory of the season. With five points from seven matches, the Vienna is only tenth, two points behind the eight placed Vorarlbergers.
"Of course we have some plans. On Sunday it's about getting a positive result at home and having more than five points in the table," demanded Ilzer. So far, the 41
Ilzer:" Must take the basics to the square "
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There is nothing to make a beautiful speech, "We have to get rid of the impression that players are not giving everything to the club," Ilzer emphasized. "We must finally get the basics on the pitch." In central defense would like last time in 0: 3 on WAC Tarkan Serbest and Erik Palmer-Brown get "The opportunity exists and the likelihood is high that we will use it," said Ilzer. Previously, he had repeatedly varied in this position mainly due to staffing problems.
It is expected that the Viennese will have a lot of work to do. While they are four rounds winless and the last derby (1: 3) and lost at the WAC, the Altacher got cheer for a relief. The home 6-0 against St. Pölten was the first win after four senseless attempts and the n other this season. "Everyone knows that Altach has absolute quality. They are strong in the game, have individual players of good quality, an average performance is not enough, "Ilzer was aware.
Vorarlbergers, who won the duels with Austria last season, wants to focus on his own strengths." We do not focus on that sporting situation in Austria. Of course, we know their strengths and weaknesses, know how to handle them, but still we want to focus on ourselves and play our own game, "coach Alex Pastoor said. The last one succeeded as desired. "The victory has given us confidence. Of course you also notice that in education," said the Dutchman.
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He can build on the same squad that was last in the victorious victory. Philipp Netzer and Marco Meilinger continue to fall out, as on the other hand the soon-to-be-recoverable defender Michael Madl and Christian Schoissengeyr. Austria captain Alexander Grünwald is in the dress in Vienna before his 200th league match.
Both teams have in common that the urgent need points to not lose the top six rankings in the beginning. "It's important that we get closer. Right now we're far away," Ilzer said.
The performance of the ÖFB clubs during the week inspired him. "I had some wow experiences during the week. All three teams have screwed up the perception of Austrian football tremendously," Styria said. In addition to Salzburg (6: 2 against Genk) and LASK (1: 0 against Rosenborg), Ilzer's ex-club WAC showed a 4: 0 at Mönchengladbach. "I saw with great pleasure when they acted with confidence and with a great determination. WAC is high level, unmatched," says Ilzer.