HSV: Tim Walter wants to make fans and city happy

Pressekonferenz mit Felix Magath nach Hamburger SV | Hertha BSC
For Tim Walter, the Bundesliga return of Hamburger SV would also be a gift from his players to the followers of the Hanseatic League after four years of second class.

“We managed to emotionize our viewers. Now we want to make fans and the city happy,” said the Hanseatic trainer before the relegation second leg on Monday (8:30 p.m./Sky and Sat.1) against Hertha BSC.
The North Germans go to the game sold out with 57,000 visitors with a 1-0 lead from the first leg in the Berlin Olympic Stadium.
But, according to the 46-year-old, his professionals would not rest: “It is only half-time, and you are not yet happy.”
The pressure that Hertha coach Felix Magath had moved to HSV before meeting the Volksparkstadion gladly accepted his coach colleague.
“Pressure is a privilege. We work to survive in such situations,” emphasized Walter.

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