Michorl prepared for testing Malmö Austria Vienna Michorl assistant coach Joseph completed a comprehensive assessment of the opposition Thursday Malmö Group G Champions League and believes his team has what it takes to win.
Michorl was sent on a fact-finding mission to Sweden to run the rule in Malmö last week and reported to head coach Karl Daxbacher with some detailed comments.
Both sides have been disappointing in the first group of furniture, with AZ Alkmaar to greet the Malmo 4-1 and were beaten 2-1 at home in Vienna, Metalist Kharkiv.
"They (Malmo), go to the classic 4-4-2 system, they are tactically very disciplined and make some mistake," said Michorl www.fk-austria.at.
"After losing possession, the team must immediately move behind the ball and hit.
"I guess we are stronger defensively and maybe Malmö is a bit better now, but if we play our potential then we have good chances of success in Sweden." Michorl have also chosen key men for the Swedes, with the duo stole Jiloan Hamad and Jimmy Durmaz and forward Mattias Ranegie get your attention.
"The two-winger is very fast and strong when they go one by one, but sometimes they forget their homework defensive.
"It 'a good day for some it can cause a lot of dangerous situations. Mattias just arrived in mid-August by Häcken and has already scored four goals in six games. It may seem a little' clumsy, but his style of play, and it protects the ball deftly. He is always a good goal. " Malmo coach Richard Norling is eager to get a response from his side after a heavy defeat to Holland.
He knows the benefit of the land and small stature, in Vienna means a repeat of that score is unlikely, but expect a hard workout.
"At this level, all teams are good, this is clear to us," he said.
"While there is obviously a big difference between Alkmaar face away from Vienna and Austria in the home, remains a very good team coming here.
"It 'a group that wants to play football, and more through the midfield than we are accustomed to playing in our house.
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