3.Liga: Snow rules

The bad weather intervened and canceled most of the matches in the 3.Liga…

3.Liga, Round 25

Preußen Münster	     -    Werder Bremen II    0:0 (0:0)	   5,120  	
1. FC Saarbrücken    -    VfB Stuttgart II    0:0 (0:0)    3,454
1. FC Heidenheim     -    SV Babelsberg 03    5:0 (1:0)    5,200

all others canceled

 1  VfR Aalen	  	       24  12 	7   5 	  32:22  +10 	  43
 2  SV Sandhausen	       24  12 	7   5 	  35:26  +9 	  43
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 3  Jahn Regensburg	       23  10 	8   5 	  37:22  +15 	  38
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 4  1. FC Heidenheim	       24  10 	7   7 	  31:24  +7 	  37
 5  1. FC Saarbrücken	       25   8 	12  5 	  42:32  +10 	  36
 6  Rot-Weiß Erfurt	       24   9 	9   6 	  31:26  +5 	  36
 7  Wacker Burghausen	       23   8 	11  4 	  36:29  +7 	  35 
 8  Chemnitzer FC (N)	       24  10 	5   9 	  31:29  +2 	  35
 9  VfB Stuttgart II	       24   8 	10  6 	  27:29  -2 	  34
10  Kickers Offenbach	       23   9 	6   8 	  28:25  +3 	  33
11  Preußen Münster (N)	       24   7 	11  6 	  25:26  -1 	  32
12  VfL Osnabrück (A)	       22   6 	11  5 	  24:20  +4 	  29
13  SV Wehen Wiesbaden	       23   7 	8   8 	  26:28  -2 	  29
14   Arminia Bielefeld (A)     24   7 	8   9 	  32:38  -6 	  29
15   SV Babelsberg 03	       25   7 	8   10 	  33:41  -8 	  29
16   SpVgg Unterhaching	       23   8 	4   11 	  38:38   0 	  28
17  SV Darmstadt 98 (N)        24   7 	6   11 	  31:34  -3 	  27
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18  Rot-Weiß Oberhausen (A)    24   4 	9   11 	  21:31  -10 	  21 
19  Carl Zeiss Jena	       22   4 	6   12 	  24:43  -19 	  18
20  Werder Bremen II	       25   3 	9   13 	  24:45  -21 	  18

Saarbrücken blew a chance to strengthen their position, as they sucked against Stuttgart’s B squad. The dominated the match, but wasted enough chances to win two or three matches.

Heidenheim on the other hand took full advantage as they ripped Babelsberg’s ass. The Potsdam visitors were overrun, but at least only down a goal at half. But Heidenheim turned up the heat and blasted through in a quarter hour after the restart. The most interesting thing is that ex-Augsburg mini-legend Michael Thurk got his first goal for the club, off a free-kick.

Preußen Münster debuted their new coach Pavel Dotchev, but he probably needed medication after a crap effort. The fans couldn’t have been too happy either. Over 5,000 showed up in freezing weather against a last place team…

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