Gisdol hopes for the first win against Bayern

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The Cologne team go into the game with a broad chest, after all the traditional club has had the second best record in the league since matchday 15 – behind Bayern. “We have the most difficult game with the best opponent in front of our chests,” said Gisdol and announced confidently: “I don’t want to do much differently because we did things well. The boys get a lot back from what they put on Have gotten away. It makes them feel good. “
Gisdol has suffered six defeats in seven encounters with the Munich team so far, only one draw. This balance does not deter the coach. “The statistics are not interesting for me,” said Gisdol, looking back on close encounters: “I had a lot of tight games against Bayern, we were close a few times. With Hoffenheim we had a penalty of 1-1.”
The derby’s cancellation against Borussia Mönchengladbach because of the storm Sabine had also shaken up Cologne’s plans. “We have had a weird week with the cancellation,” said Gisdol, “we have relieved the tension.” But now his team is “in good rhythm”.

“data-reactid =” 22 “> Markus Gisdol finally wants to take the first win against Bayern Munich in the eighth attempt. The coach of 1. FC Köln looks up optimistically before the Bundesliga duel with the record champions on Sunday (3.30pm / Sky) The mammoth task. “There is always something possible against Bayern, but we also know what to expect,” said Gisdol at the press conference on Friday. Manager Horst Heldt added: “You can give Bayern a leg if you hit it . “
The Cologne team go into the game with a broad chest, after all the traditional club has had the second best record in the league since matchday 15 – behind Bayern. “We have the most difficult game with the best opponent in front of our chests,” said Gisdol and announced confidently: “I don’t want to do much differently because we did things well. The boys get a lot back from what they put on Have gotten away. It makes them feel good. “
Gisdol has suffered six defeats in seven encounters with the Munich team so far, only one draw. This balance does not deter the coach. “The statistics are not interesting for me,” said Gisdol, looking back on close encounters: “I had a lot of tight games against Bayern, we were close a few times. With Hoffenheim we had a penalty of 1-1.”
The derby’s cancellation against Borussia Mönchengladbach because of the storm Sabine had also shaken up Cologne’s plans. “We have had a weird week with the cancellation,” said Gisdol, “we have relieved the tension.” But now his team is “in good rhythm”.

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