We are still in a position to set the course “that can bring us to our goal.” After a weak start – one point from three games – Carl Zeiss has not lost in ten games, but recently only got two draws (0-0 Luckenwalde / 2-2 / Hertha BSC II).
We have a squad with which our aim must be to play for promotion to the very end. And we saw this goal endangered if we do not act
Jena’s managing director Chris Förster added at the press conference in the afternoon: “We are turning a big wheel in Jena. We are making a lot possible in order to be successful. Our goal was from the start to be first. We have a team that can handle everyone Position is doubly well filled. Now we have to deliver. ”
U19 coach Patz becomes the head coach of the professionals
So now it should fix Patz. Born in Bad Salzungen, he has been a trainer at the FCC’s youth training center since August 2020 and previously worked as co- and interim trainer at Cercle Bruges and Royal Mouscron in the men’s area. He received a contract as head coach, which initially ran until the end of the season, with the option of a contract extension in the event of promotion to the third division until the summer of 2024. The 37-year-old was by no means an “embarrassing solution,” said Förster. They are absolutely convinced of the new trainer. “Andreas Patz will turn the right screws,” assured Werner.
Patz: “Play offensive, defend well and appear dominant”
The previous junior coach thanked the club for the trust placed in him at his official presentation. “I am really looking forward to the task and would like to do my part to achieve the goals with the team. I am full of energy,” said Patz, who does not want to turn every stone before the duel against the BFC. “First and foremost, it is important to get to know the team. I want to play offensively, defend well and be dominant. We want to keep the three points here.”