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LASK only grants Lustenau a premiere

LASK only grants Lustenau a premiere
Sascha Horvath has survived his illness.
Image: EXPA/REINHARD EISENBAUER (APA/EXPA/REINHARD EISENBAUER)
SOCCER - OEFB Stiegl Cup, Bregenz vs LASK
In August 2008, LASK won the cup against Bregenz in the Bodenseestadion with Ivica Vastic and Christian Mayrleb.
Image: GEPA pictures/Andreas Reichart

The Vorarlbergers were the first competitive opponents in the Raiffeisen Arena, and on Saturday LASK will be guests at Lustenau’s stadium premiere: the last team will be playing in exile in Bregenz for the first time because the local Reichshof Stadium is being rebuilt.

The team athletes want to prevent a second Lustenau premiere in the Lake Constance Stadium: The opponent is still chasing their first win of the season. The previous three points were all won away from home, and there were eight defeats at the Reichshofstadion.

LASK coach Thomas Sageder doesn’t care much. For the athletes, it’s about a successful end to what was initially a rather turbulent Bundesliga autumn – and also a successful dress rehearsal for the last Europa League game on Thursday against Toulouse. The long-distance duel with Saint-Gilloise (against Liverpool) is about third place, which means moving to the Europa Conference League.

Zulj and Horvath healthy again

“We have to be very focused and not let the table deceive us,” said Sageder. Sascha Horvath and captain Robert Zulj, who were missing in the 0-0 draw against Austria Vienna, have recovered.

Vorarlberg conceded eight goals in the last three games, and the separation from coach Markus Mader did not provide any new impetus in the last two games. Last but not least, the 3-0 loss in the Ländle derby in Altach left Lustenauer perplexed. “We are simply not suitable for the Bundesliga,” complained goalkeeper Domenik Schierl.

After the 13th defeat in the 16th league game, the Vorarlbergers are at the bottom of the table with three points, the eleventh-placed WSG Tirol is five points ahead. A lot of work awaits the new coach, who replaces interim coach and sports coordinator Alexander Schneider.

SOCCER - OEFB Stiegl Cup, Bregenz vs LASK
In August 2008, LASK won the cup against Bregenz in the Bodenseestadion with Ivica Vastic and Christian Mayrleb.
Image: GEPA pictures/Andreas Reichart

Schneider will line up Lustenauer against LASK for the last time. The last time the athletes were guests at the Lake Constance Stadium was in August 2008: In the first round of the ÖFB Cup, Ivica Vastic and Co won 3-1 against today’s second division team.

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