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Onto The Next One

🆚 UFC Hallein v FC Pinzgau Saalfelden
🏆 Salzburg Regional League Matchday 10
🏟️ Hallein Gamp
🕖 September 14, 2022 (19:00 CET) 🇦🇹 (1:00pm EDT) 🇺🇸
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The last game against USK Anif falls into the category “quickly forgotten” as the team has extensively analyzed the game against the Flachgauer wanting to show a clear statement of intent after four straight losses away from home. A win that would do the whole team good is the clear focus of the squad.

⏫ Opposition ⏫
Union Fußball-Club Hallein was formed in 2020 by the merger of Union Hallein and FC Hallein 04. The new club with the name UFC Hallein carries the club number of the Union and also took over their place in the Salzburg league. The club colors were set as green, white and red, representing both clubs (Union was green-white, FC appeared in blue-red-white).

⏫ Team News ⏫
Alexander Schriebl is still without Ratan Dudaew, Marcell Toth and Lukas Moosmann with Semir Gvozdjar on the road to recovery after an infection, having missed the last two matches, will be a match day decision.

⏫ Statement 
“We have taken a close look at the game against Anif and learned our lessons from it. The defeat really hurt, but gives us a lot of motivation to do better again on Wednesday. It’s important that we take a step back and take care of the basics again, that’s the basis for success. We want to take the first step in Hallein, we have prepared for that and want to show our true colors.”

⏫ Head-To-Head ⏫
The recently promoted UFC Hallein will be the first meeting between the respective clubs in Regionalliga Salzburg.

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