Viktoria Cologne's upswing: Even Olaf Janßen is amazed
Olaf Jansen (birthed 8 October 1966) is a retired German footballer and supervisor of Viktoria Cologne, that played as a midfielder.
Olaf Jansen knew what he had to put the emphasis. When the Victoria coach spoke on Sunday afternoon over the 2-0 against Halleschen FC, he took another reference to the previous lots. 17 points have brought his team to the youngest eight games, said Jansen and stressed the number 17.
Then he opened openly: If that had said one before, I would have said that that will not be like that until the last day. It probably will, said Jansen despite the remarkable upswing — but: The team is perfect to have such a dot yield in this difficult phase.
The Viktoria was conceivable badly in the season and had reached the low point on the 9th match day with the 0-1 against the TSV Averse. Jansen's team was there with only five points, but then led the turning with a 4: 2 against Duisburg.
Jansen finds the defensive performance extraordinary
Meanwhile, the Cologne is in the back midfield — too, because they mastered great challenge on Sunday against the HFC, as Jansen, great challenge and rendered a defensive performance that the Victoria coach found exceptional.
So his team returned after the 0: 4 in Happen with a victory and built the lead to the relegation places of three on five counters. The three points were extremely important, said Jansen — and then said that sentence in which he stressed the number 17.
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