A proud 84 days will have passed when Dynamo Dresden entered the lawn in the Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion for a match game on Sunday. It is getting serious.
Dresden – 84 days will have passed when Dynamo Dresden on Sunday the lawn in the Rudolf Harbig Stadium to one Point game is entered. Between the 2: 1 against Aue on March 8th and the restart against Stuttgart A lot happened on May 31st. Now the crucial phase of preparation begins.
What happens and what do you have to consider in this training week?
Yesterday the professionals moved into their quarantine hotel in Dresden. Trainer Markus Kauczinski now has his squad together around the clock.
After Längenfeld (Austria) in July and Mijas (Spain) it is practically the third preparation camp of the season. He will use the days to tactically train his boys.
The players will also be tested regularly this week. Except for one kicker, who is still in quarantine, everyone is fit and healthy.
Marco Terrazzino (torn muscle fiber), Jannik Müller (groin surgery) and Kevin Ehlers (ankle), who were still injured against Aue, have long been back and are in full training. At least in this respect the break brought positive points.
The boys also trained in quarantine, even if only on the home trainer. The condition should be there. However, since endurance training uses other muscle groups, the coach must exercise caution.
“We have to approach the sprints, we mustn’t overdo it. Short, fast sprints, stopping movements, we have to get that back bit by bit,” said the 50-year-old. In addition, he will let play a lot in training to get a feeling for the situations and the timing in the duels.
The core problem. Kauczinski admits that Corona cases two and three “tore the team’s feet off”. The training after the isolation showed, however, that the boys are full of enthusiasm and, above all, having fun.
You accept the situation.
Nine games in 29 days. “It’s a really nice ride. At the moment the physical disadvantage predominates. I can’t do that at the push of a button, the process can’t be shortened. The biggest hammer is to be competitive until then. Maybe it will take a week longer and Stuttgart can may still be happy, “explains Kauczinski.
And says almost defiantly and, above all, energetically: “You can’t get us down.”