HSG Lüdenscheid ought to go on the hunt for a coach.
Lüdenscheid – The accident round the closed Rahmede viaduct and the typically lengthy visitors jams on the roundabouts now even have penalties for the handball gamers of the HSG Lüdenscheid district league. Head of division Felix Kroll was because of inform the crew on Monday night that their coach Thorsten Stange will not proceed on the HSG teaching bench after the end of the present season. The time (driving) effort – Stange drives from Schwerte to practices and video games – was an excessive amount of because of the bridge closure.
“If there was no bridge state of affairs, Toto would have stayed,” emphasizes Felix Kroll. The head of division has made no secret of his want to enter the 2023/24 season together with his colleagues at HSG with a coach at the helm in the summer season of 2021, as Stange stated, “There is not any query from a sporting level of view.” “I used to be very pleased that we introduced Toto to us at that point. He’s doing nicely, he is an excellent man,” Kroll stated. But because of tense visitors situations brought on by the bridge closure, Stange has needed to cancel a number of coaching journeys over the previous few months. Schwerter has longer coaching days sitting in the automobile than operating gymnasium classes.
“To be trustworthy: we play in the district league. “The quantity of time Toto has to construct proper now does not match the class,” Kroll factors out. The alternate with Stange about this predicament was “at all times candid.” This is confirmed by the 52-year-old coach from Schwerte, who instantly feels at house at HSG and desires to play handball as efficiently as potential with the crew till the end of the season. Stenge: “The situation of the bridge is the important motive for the resolution. In the house sport towards Selbek, I used to be on the highway for nearly two hours…”.
As Felix Kroll assured, the seek for a brand new head coach for the season 23/24 is in full swing at HSG. According to experiences, there are two or three attention-grabbing candidates. Kroll even hopes to have the ability to report completion inside the subsequent 14 days. Another new crew in the district league, the head of the division was in a position to announce on Tuesday. After SGSH Dragons’ transfer to League III rivals Nico Kuhn (as reported by us), Alex Brink will strengthen the Bergstadts subsequent season. The circle runner, who was pressured to take a break for greater than two years because of a knee harm and beforehand wore the jersey of TG Woerde, lives in Lüdenscheid. “We’re delighted that Alex needs to hitch us and we have one other participant. “Alex is in good bodily form and will undoubtedly assist us,” Kroll stated.