But someone was in a really bad mood. After HSV’s 1-1 draw at Dynamo Dresden, HSV coach Tim Walter couldn’t hide his disappointment – and took Sky reporter Torben Hoffmann to heart.A few minutes after the draw, Walter answered questions from the pay station on Friday. It goes without saying that the three missed HSV promotions in previous years and the renewed pressure in the promotion battle were also an issue. But that didn’t sit well with Walter at all. What happened in Volkspark this week? What about HSV ahead of the next matchday? Every Friday, the Rautenpost provides you with analyses, updates and transfer rumours. Just in time for the weekend you will receive a brief summary of all the latest news of the week about HSV from us – directly by e-mail to your inbox. Click here and subscribe for free.The 46-year-old, who has been coaching HSV since this season, was asked whether the pressure is increasing directly. His gruff reply: “Only you from the press and television put the pressure on. We have just called our way. You can continue to annoy us with it.” And further: “Today is the first game and you start again with it. Therefore: stay relaxed. In the end, the accounts are settled.” Of course, Walter is right about that. And yet: He will have to live with the questions about the fight for promotion. Which club, which is currently at the top, wants to finish fourth, fifth or sixth at the end of the season?
Sky reporter Hoffmann used to play in the Champions League
By the way: With Hoffmann, Walter chose the reporter for his general criticism, who himself had been playing high-class football for years. The 47-year-old played a total of 131 Bundesliga games for Frankfurt and Munich 1860 between 2001 and 2010 and also made three appearances in the Champions League.
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