Luksch meets former club Askö Oedt

Luksch meets former club Askö Oedt
St. Martin’s Andreas Luksch was coach at Oedt for two and a half years.
Image: press photo Scharinger / Albin Schuster

Last season, Askö Oedt only suffered one defeat – in the current season it is after the recent 0-1 at Bad Leonfelden before today’s sixth round against St. Martin/M. already two. Which is why the Mühlviertlers have the top team from Traun in front of them at probably the worst possible time. “We want to show a reaction,” says Oedt coach Kurt Russ, who also admitted after two defeats in five games: “It’s never fun after a defeat.”

Even less so with Oedt: Even if President Franz Grad’s club doesn’t want to be promoted, Oedt’s coach can’t afford too many defeats. Russ doesn’t let the recent defeat, after which the entire team had to dance at Grad, throw him off track: “We clearly dominated the game against Bad Leonfelden and hit the aluminum three times.”

One person who would probably like to trip up Oedt again is St. Martin coach Andreas Luksch: The 51-year-old, who took over the Mühlviertler in the summer, was a coach for Oedt’s 1b team between summer 2020 and the end of 2022. “It was a nice time,” says Luksch. Although he was promoted to the national league with the second team, he had to leave months later. However, there is no desire for revenge: “I accepted the separation. I was there for two and a half years, that’s a pretty long time as a coach in Oedt,” says Luksch with a smile.

There will be a top game in Dietach: the third team will host the second team Edelweiss Linz. The conditions in Wels are completely different: The SPG Wels/WSC Hertha 1b are still waiting for their first complete success, today they welcome the Sportunion Ostermiething, who are surprisingly at the top of the table.

Regional league team LASK Amateure OÖ needs a new head coach: Patrick Enengl (29) is leaving the Athletics and signing a contract until the summer of 2026 with second division team SKU Amstetten, which parted ways with Jochen Fallmann after the false start to the season. In the evening in Deutschlandsberg, LASK assistant coach Thomas Bachmair and technical director Ralf Muhr take a seat on the bench.

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