Njie kicks back at Tasmania

For a long time, Tasmania was allowed to cheer a threesome couple, on October 24, 2021 was a 2-1 against Energy Cottbus. And since then? A negative series of elf Siegless play with only two draws. In addition, the Berliners remained ten times without their own goal success during this period.

The result: coach Abu Njie and co-trainer Momar Njie explained their resignation. The difficult athletic overall situation in conjunction with professional and personal reasons had been crucial.

We take the retreat of Abu and Momar for the occasion to put a momentum from the outside again.

Hussein Ahmad

“In the fight for the class content, of course, the top priority team has – the withdrawal of Abu and Momar, we therefore take a reason to put a momentum from the outside again,” said the 2nd Chairman Hussein Ahmad, who present a successor to Thomas Franke with a successor could.

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Franke ran three times for Energie Cottbus three times for Energy Cottbus in the 2nd Bundesliga, has ten third-league games for Dynamo Dresden in his Vita and a total of 138 regional games for Neustrelitz, Offenbach, Viktoria and Tennis Borussia Berlin. Now the 34-year-old takes over at the coach bank at Tasmania. It is important to end the negative trend in front of the gate and on the points account.


Alba surprised against Zenit St. Petersburg

ALBA Berlin - Zenit St Petersburg: Marcus Eriksson (15 points)
Alba, however, continues to remain in the lower table in the 15th place. Best Berliner Werfer were Maodo Lo with 15 and Christ Koumadje, Yovel Zoosman and Ben Lammers with nine points each.

Trainer Israel Gonzalez had to go to Louis Olinde, who fails for several weeks due to a heavy capsule injury on the left thumb, and to do without Marcus Eriksson (foot injury). Both teams pushed from the beginning to the pace. Alba came after three play-free days restored than usual in the game and acknowledged this additionally recovered energy with appropriate performance.

The Berliners began printing and secured several rebounds at first. At the end of the first quarter they lay at 23:12 on the front. But the comfortable advantage narrowed in the course of the second quarter and more and more, St. Petersburg found better in the game, so it was a draw in the half-time break.

After the side change, a completely open game developed in which the lead changed. Only in the final phase Alba could settle something and was in the meantime with eight counters. They did not take them until the end.