Thanks to the Away Coup, the loss of dots prescribed on the green table had a fans of a fan to the head of arbitrator assistant Christian Ggantmann easier.
Rice is confident that similar incidents in the duel with Leverkusen on Sunday (15:30 pm / Dazn) are not repeated: "I hope it does not happen again. The club will be punished. But we have to keep the Bundesliga - with small means "
"We have all the possibilities"
But even the unpleasant headlines after graduation on March 18, the brave climber did not make the course. In the case of a previous yield of 35 meters, the magic limit is direction rescue for tables 11. To reach close. Never since the introduction of the three-point rule 1995/96 took a team with 39 meters farewell to the upper house. Best relegated was the Karlsruher SC in the 1997/98 season with 38 points.
A victory over the spreadsheet from Leverkusen could help to make the last doubts disappear even with rice. "We continue to have all the ways to reach our great goal. We also want to be brave against Leverkusen and see what is possible," said the 48-year-old coach.
Just in time before the season final spurt, the staff situation relaxes. For the first time since his cruciate ligament tear seven months ago, Simon Zoller is back in the squad. The attacker longs the end of his passing time: "I have every day in the head as the stadium gets up when I am called in the home game to the bank." In addition, left outside Danny Blum is also available again after cattle muscular problems.
"We continue our fans"
The district club has reacted quickly to the demolition of the game against Mönchengladbach. With the installation of additional video technology, potential perpetrators can be converted quickly in the future. "Hopefully that's a little more scares off," commented rice. On collective penalties like a beaker ban, the club guidance renounced after intensive discussions. "We continue to trust our fans and are determined to clearly focus on the common stadium experience," it said in a statement.
Trainer rice is good things that the game against Leverkusen before 25,000 spectators will be back to a better experience than the last home game against Mönchengladbach.
"It's, of course, a dream, which has emerged here in the last two years. The euphoria is great. They all deserve: the team, the club, the fans, the city," he said. "If I think back to Sunday, I get goose bumps."