All reserve championships have come to the finish. The age groups of Győri ETO FC have conquered the obstacles with an efficiency never seen before. What is more, there are teamswho have already won the title. But, let’s go step by step.
Several players of the U19 team have performed in NB II, but considering the points lost, the team is now in the third place of the table. Could they defeat Honvéd next week, even the silver medal would be possible for Sándor Csató and Attila Nagy’s team.
The U18 team, however, may be champion on Saturday, since Péter Tuifel’s team has been leading the table with 6 points three rounds before the end. What is more, Honvéd, now in second place, is coming to Győr on Saturday.
The U17 team also has the possibility to reach the podiums. There are four rounds awaiting Ottó Szabó’s sons, and they are int he fourth place at the moment, but they have played two matches less, than the Ferencváros, who are two points ahead.
There will be a top title bout in the national championship of U16s as well. The Győri ETO will welcome Honvéd, who is leading by 4 points. We have to keep the points at home for two reasons: first, because our next opponent away will be Debrecen who is in dead heat with Honvéd, and secondly if they are lucky, Zsolt Kulcsár’s team could be champion.
All this has been done by ETO, in the first class western group of U15 championsip. Bálint Pacsi’s team has obtained irrevocable vantage this week. Their scoring ratio 143-15, is also impressive. Out of twenty-six matches, they have won twenty-three.
Although, the ETO U14 team lost only once among the U15 s, in the II. class North-western group, they are still only second with three points behind. This result is really commendable, because, there are some opponents, who are one year older.
The U13 team is fighting for the silver medal against Pécs. The ETO has their fate in their hand – although, they against each other in the Mecsek, the vantage of the green-white team is 4points against the great antipode.
The ETO U12 is playing for the title against Haladás on Saturday – also among one year older players. The team has lost one point less than the Szombathely team, so in case of home win, and considering further results, the gold medal can be taken for granted, since the the boys in the smallest championship have won 23 matches out of the 25.
For the girls, however, the stake is becoming great just now. The NB II team came second this season and it shall be decided at the classifier whether they shall play in NB I next year. They have to be better in the two-game aggregation against the experienced Nagypáli under the leadership of Loretta Németh – who has won the Top scores with 47 goals. The first clash will take place in Győr, on Sunday at 11 o’clock.
The U15 girl team shall also continue on upper leg, since they have finished the preliminary round with a 100% index, 199-9 scoring ratio. Dóra Süle has even outranged Loretta Németh, scoring 55 goals on 24 matches.
All this means, that the team may celebrate more than one reserve titles, and there is a good chance of finishing in medal position for every ETO age group in this season. There has never been an example for this so far.
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