Football Lower House: These were the 10 most clicked articles in 2023

10th place: ATSV Stadl-Paura will no longer compete in the spring

It was the big unknown in the Upper Austrian football league last season. Can the financially troubled club ATSV Stadl-Paura finish the season or not? The OÖN’s exclusive report that the Trattnachtalers would no longer compete in the second half of the season at least made it into the top 10 stories of 2023. The club has now long since dared to make a new start in the 2nd class.

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Upper Austrian League: ATSV Stadl-Paura will no longer compete in the spring

STADL-PAURA. The spring in the Upper Austrian Football League will probably take place with one fewer team than in the autumn.

Upper Austrian League: ATSV Stadl-Paura will no longer compete in the spring

9th place: Expulsion of the “master maker”

On the way to his 16th championship title, Gerhard Mittermayr had to leave ESV Wels as league leaders in the previous season. He was informed of the breakup in a 30-second phone conversation. After all: In the summer, the 71-year-old found a new club with ATSV St. Martin/Traun – and with this club he is once again on course for promotion as first in the 2nd class middle.

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Expulsion of the “master maker”: separation lasted 30 seconds

CATFISH. On the way to his 16th championship title, Gerhard Mittermayr had to leave ESV Wels as league leader.

Expulsion of the “master maker”: separation lasted 30 seconds

8th place: “Soccer is no longer fun”

The new season in the Upper Austrian lower house of football has just started – and amateur football was once again in the negative headlines. Fists were flying in the game in the 2nd Class South between TSV Timelkam and SPG Grünau/Pettenbach 1c (1:1).

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Fist punches in the House of Commons: “So football is no longer fun”

TIMELCAM. An unpleasant incident occurred during the game in the 2nd Class South between TSV Timelkam and SPG Grünau/Pettenbach 1c (1:1).

Fist punches in the House of Commons: “So football is no longer fun”

7th place: Upper Austrian league coach moves to German Bundesliga club

It’s a change that probably doesn’t happen often: Daniel Mair made the jump from the Upper Austrian league team Bad Leonfelden to a German Bundesliga team in the summer. At the beginning of August, the 32-year-old, who led the Mühlviertel team to promotion to the highest league in the state, received a contract offer from German Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach. Since then, Mair has worked in the second team in the dual role of assistant coach and game analyst.

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Mair wants to say goodbye to the German Bundesliga with a win

DIETACH. Coach Daniel Mair is leaving Bad Leonfelden after the away game in the Upper Austrian league against Dietach on Friday.

Mair wants to say goodbye to the German Bundesliga with a win

6th place: Is the “Hinteregger case” now also in the lower house?

Lower house referee Almir Barucic admitted a mistake in an exclusion decision after a state league game – the kicker who was sent off with a red card was not subsequently banned.

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Is the Hinteregger case now also coming to the House of Commons?

MARCHTRENK. House of Commons referee admitted mistake – player should not be banned now.

Is the Hinteregger case now also coming to the House of Commons?

5th place: Back on the football field after leukemia

Pettenbach coach Rainer Kührer’s comeback on the football field is the best news that can come in the House of Commons this season.

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Pettenbach coach Kührer: Back on the football field after leukemia

PETTENBACH. After being diagnosed with leukemia: Pettenbach coach Rainer Kührer’s comeback on the football field is the best news in …

Pettenbach coach Kührer: Back on the football field after leukemia

4th place: “That was the biggest mistake of my life”

In the OÖN interview, Emin Sulimani, coach of the regional soccer team SPG Wels, spoke unusually openly about his past as a player and his future as a coach.

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Emin Sulimani: “That was the biggest mistake of my life”

CATFISH. SPG Catfish coach Emin Sulimani in an interview about his past as a player and the future as a coach.

Emin Sulimani: “That was the biggest mistake of my life”

3rd place: The police had to arrive after the lower house game

After the final whistle in the 2nd class center between ATSV St. Martin/Tr. and Askö Kirchberg-Thening (2:2) there were unpleasant scenes in April.

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After the House of Commons game, the police had to arrive

TRUN. After the final whistle in the 2nd class center between ATSV St. Martin/Tr. and Askö Kirchberg-Thening (2:2) there were unpleasant scenes.

After the House of Commons game, the police had to arrive

2nd place: Touching farewell to Marko Varga

The entire lower house of football mourns Marko Varga. In a terrible accident on the night of November 4th on the Westautobahn near Pucking, Donau-Linz kicker Marko Varga was killed at the age of 26. A few hours before the stroke of fate, the Hungarian, who had been playing in Upper Austria since 2019, scored his first goal in the Linz jersey in a 6-0 win in the Regional League East against St. Florian.

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Touching farewell to Marko Varga

LINZ. National football league team Donau Linz said goodbye to the fatally injured player in a touching ceremony.

Touching farewell to Marko Varga

1st place: “He would have wanted us to play”

Unfortunately, the most clicked article from 2023 is also about a kicker who is no longer with us: At the end of April, Jesse Engleitner (20) fell asleep peacefully with his family after suffering from cancer.

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Mourning for Lower House footballer: “He would have wanted us to play”

In Bad Goisern everyone is united in mourning for teammate Jesse Engleitner (20).

Mourning for Lower House footballer: “He would have wanted us to play”

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