After four years at the SC Paderborn, Steffen Rampart joined the 1st FC Cologne in the summer in the summer and led the recently nearly residential cushions to the secured midfield with a view. Now the new coach has drawn an intermediate conclusion, which defines only despite all euphoria in the environment only.
Eleven gaming days are played in the football Bundesliga, 1. FC Cologne greets with 14 points from Elf rank and is currently still a better place than formulated in the seasonal goal. Of particularly, Rampart is pleased that the Effect, which is still defensively acting in the last season, has now adopted its refreshingly offensive football style.
I m satisfied with how we play, as the team occurs and how it works, said the coach Baumgart joined Image and added, Some had doubts whether our team can play this football. Now she shows that she has the quality.
He makes the development of the team but not only on the table space, Rampart adopted. It s important that we work our opportunities. That succeeds us. The team always gives up to the end of gas, turns games. With this kind of playing football, we could have done even more games in our direction in the last few weeks, The 49-year-old, who can refer to it, that it would have a Cologne victory (1: 1) against Bayer Leverkusen (2: 2) as well as against Union Berlin for both RB Leipzig (1: 1), with Eintracht Frankfurt (1: 1), can give because his team was closer to the three points.
Rampart: Change to 1. FC Cologne was correct
That we have come to the situation, I value as a development, said Rampart, but also added, Of course we could have had more points. This shows that the way is the right one — but also that we continue have to improve.
Therefore, Ramparts concludes conclusion only mixed. After all, he himself is more than satisfied with his club change in summer. The decision was right because I wanted to do something new, emphasized the 49-year-old coach.
I have the most beautiful job in the world. Not only does that have to do with the people and the club because I always love football — but also with them, says Rampart.