Korreborg after default loss: I´m the only one to blame
Tamer Taser won his match 2-1 against AC Horsens, but the team was hit by an unlucky accident when Lars ‘PrimeTurbo’ Korreborg didn’t arrive in time and the team lost on default. Now the playing coach explains what happened on the dramatic night.
It was almost eight o’clock on Wednesday and Tamer Taser had just won a 2-1 victory versus Legind in the first match against AC Horsens. Lars ‘PrimeTurbo’ Korreborg was supposed to play the second match against Jenner, but hadn’t appeared yet.
Everyone waited until the referee unfortunately announced that we lost on default.
Lars’ car broke down on the way to the studio in Herlev, where the eSuperliga is played, and we couldn’t get a replacement, as Rom and Krøll were respectively back at their homes in Hjørring and Odense.
Once more pure unluck played a part in our results this season.
– I’m incredibly sorry to let my teammates down. I’m not just sorry, I’m heartbroken. I were already a bit sad and low on self-confidence, and right now I just feel that I’ve destroyed everything for AGF and my teammates, Lars explains.
His car broke down when the V-belt broke, and he had to stay in the emergency lane with a smoking engine. Some Twitter-users wrote that he should’ve leaved his home in better time, but Lars has a full-time work beside the FIFA career, so this was unfortunately not possible for the Aarhus-based player.
Now we’ve only got 1 point after six matches, which means that we’re 14th with eight points to Esbjerg in the top eight, which gives access to the Finals. A tough fate for the hard-tested talents who’ve been unlucky in regards of results so far this season:
– I think we should’ve got 9-12 points right now. We don’t have that, and it’s because of accidents and not being lucky, but we’ve also caused much of it ourselves. It shouldn’t be down to luck to decide it, but our abilities instead. My skills have just not been good enough to lift the boys when it’s been difficult, so it’s 100 % my fault that AGF are where we are, the playing coach tells.
Nine rounds are still remaining in the group game, so the team has a lot to play for since the league this year has shown that every team has a chance to qualify for the Finals.
The next match is on Tuesday, when Hobro IK awaits.