Bundesliga: Trotz 1:7-Pleite: Werder-Coach Werner bleibt gelassen
Despite the 7-1 defeat at 1. FC Köln, Werder Bremen coach Ole Werner has not lost faith in his team.
“You mustn’t make the mistake of questioning everything now. It’s important that you think about the things that have distinguished you so far,” said Werner.
The green-whites will receive third-placed 1. FC Union Berlin in the Bundesliga this Wednesday (8:30 p.m. / Sky) and want to land a threesome again after the last three defeats. “We can go out of the first half of the season with 24 points. That should be motivation enough,” said Werner.
In terms of personnel, he will not react to last Saturday’s bitter defeat with a complete reorganization of his starting eleven. On the one hand, because the small squad doesn’t offer too many alternatives. On the other hand, also out of conviction. “It’s no use falling into actionism now,” said the 34-year-old. “Due to a game where no one performed, we won’t be breaking the baton on individual players.”
However, there may still be some changes. For example, Amos Pieper could defend for Niklas Stark. “We will send the eleven into the race that have the best chance of winning,” said the Bremen coach, who only has to do without the two injured Felix Agu and Romano Schmid.
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