For coach Adi Hütter, moving into the premier class with Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt would be the greatest possible success. Achieving the Champions League is “comparable to a championship,” said the Austrian picture.
“We believe in ourselves and that we have the chance to achieve this goal.”
The Hessians are currently in fourth place with four points ahead of their pursuers Borussia Dortmund. The team knew, however, “that it will be a tough job and everything has to fit,” said Hütter, who has never worked as a coach in the Champions League.
On Saturday (3:30 p.m.) there will be a direct duel with BVB.