So far, the cup in the form of corona-related game cancellations at Hamburger SV has largely passed this season. Only at the beginning of the season did the home game against Erzgebirge Aue have to be postponed for this reason. But that’s over now.
Because after the home game against Darmstadt 98 (6 p.m.) next Friday, the Rothosen are waiting for two game cancellations in a row.
After the Karlsruher SC team has been in a two-week quarantine since Tuesday due to increased corona cases in the squad, the Rhein-Neckar health department responsible for SV Sandhausen has now imposed a fourteen-day domestic isolation for the SVS kickers.
Thus, the HSV will now involuntarily have to pause for two weeks. The games scheduled for April 16 (at SVS) and April 20 (against KSC) must be postponed and rescheduled.
Effects on the training plan – and the psyche!
A bitter blow to the office. Not only that coach Daniel Thioune will have to change his entire training plan – psychologically it is of course anything but beneficial to see the competitors in the table pull away. Especially in the crunchtime of the season.
Exactly this fate had recently happened to the Hamburg promotion competitor from Kiel. It’s not really good for the storks.
First of all, they lost their first game last weekend after a week-long break (also due to the international weekend at the end of March) at VfL Bochum (1: 2), only to then win the first of two catch-up games (on Tuesday evening at 1. FC Heidenheim) to violate (0: 1).
The second game to be made up is played by Kiel on Wednesday (6.30 p.m.) at home against Hannover 96.