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After the failed start of the season, frustration in the area of ​​SpVgg Greuther Fürth is wide. Managing Director Rachid Azzouzi promotes patience - and practices for his response to expression of displeasure in self -criticism.

Rachid Azzouzi reagiert nach dem Karlsruhe-Spiel auf Unmutsbekundungen von den Rängen. © Imago/Zink Rachid Azzouzi reacts to the ranks after the Karlsruhe game.

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The supporters not only gave themselves their displeasure after the cup embarrassment on the Waldau. The draw against the bottom of Karlsruhe was also partially acknowledged with whistles from the ranks. Managing Director Azzouzi caused a stir, who had turned to spectators in the main grandstand after the final whistle and put his finger over his lips. A gesture, which in turn caused criticism. "These were a few who, in my opinion, expressed themselves disproportionately, it was not about the whistle. I am not a friend of whistling my own team, but I don't have to be," said the ex-professional in an interview with the Nürnberger Nachrichten and the Nürnberger Zeitung the incident and emphasized self -critically: "I have to refrain from such a gesture."

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"With everything you want and hoped for, we have clearly overcome in the past few years." (Rachid Azzouzi)

The 51 -year -old is still trying to classify the difficult start of the season - and to be patient: "I can understand that there is a certain frustration after the Bundesliga season. But in everything you want and hoped for, we have clearly overcome in recent years. And maybe this now leads to it that you take it for granted What we have developed and forget that things sometimes take time. "

Time that the new head coach Marc Schneider should get. The Swiss also knows that his team still has a lot of room for improvement. Despite the existing creation, the Azzouzi and the lead successor of the new beginning in the 2nd league, the team has not yet been coordinated. Schneider demands that "the quality of football that is undoubtedly there".

Chance for improvement is on Sunday when the Franks are at Fortuna Düsseldorf. "It is crucial that we continue to pursue our very successful path in the club and do not let ourselves pull down when the mood is not so euphoric," Azzouzi appeals to the team - and the environment.

obstacle runner stops due to overthrown competitors .
A fair play gesture caused enthusiasm at the European Athletics Championship in Munich. In the lead over 3000 m obstacle, Nahuel Carabena from Andorra stopped after almost a third of the race to help the Dänen Vang Christensen, which has been leading to date, after a fall. © Andrej Isakovic Fair-Play gesture from Carabena Carabena was initially running, but then turned and tried to get Christenses back on his feet. The 18-year-old could not continue the run.

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