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Matthias Sindelar - Wiener Cup 1932/33
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Wiener Cup 1932-1933: 19/02/1933: Round of 16
SK Rapid Wien - FK Austria Wien 4-6 (2-3)
Place: Pfarrwiese, Wien.
Referee: Hans Frankenstein.
Attendance: about 12.000.
Coach: Josef Blum.
FK Austria Wien: Billich - Graf, Nausch(c) - Najemnik, Mock, Gall - Molzer, Schippek, Sindelar, Spechtl, Viertl.
Goals: Viertl(3, 14min, 40min[free kick], 75min), Sindelar(1, 68min[penalty]), Schippek(1, 63min), Spechtl(1, 35min).

The Match, Player Perfomances & Quotes:

"Sindelar and Smistik were the best players" - Austrian media.

"Sindelar was again a great forward" - Austrian media.

Sindelar was really well marked, but he dealt some damage to Rapid's defense. The defense & Smistik were targeting Sindelar, but he still managed to show some skills and assist. Viertl was always free to score. Billich was insecure. The midfield was passing well and had no big problem. Nauchs was determinated with his tackles.


Wiener Cup 1932-1933: 23/04/1933: Quarter-Finals FK Austria Wien - SC Wacker 3-3 (2-3, 3-3) Place: Praterstadion, Wien. Referee: Skalka. Attendance: about 9.000. Coach: Josef Blum. FK Austria Wien: Oppenheim - Graf, Nausch(c) - Najemnik, Mock, Gall - Molzer, Stroh, Sindelar, Spechtl, Viertl. Goals: Viertl(2, 37min, 80min), Sindelar(1, 28min). [Note]: Replay: 04/05/1933. The Match, Player Perfomances & Quotes: "Sindelar did not care" - Austrian media. Matthias Sindelar seemed a bit disinterested with the match, he did play well and also had nice plays with Stroh, but Sindelar was not having his full performance. Viertl seemed better if compared to his last performances in Nationalliga. Spechtl seemed slow, but he could play with Sindelar without any problem. The midfield had a good match, Gall was the best in the first half and Najemnik fought every single tackle. Graf was failing in the first half, but after the break, he started performing well. Nausch was not 100%, but he still managed to play well. Sindelar lost a penalty.
Wiener Cup 1932-1933: 04/05/1933: Quarter-Finals - Replay SC Wacker - FK Austria Wien 1-2 (1-2) Place: W.A.C-Platz, Wien. Referee: Dr. Adolf Miesz. Attendance: about 10.000. Coach: Josef Blum. FK Austria Wien: Billich - Graf, Nausch(c) - Najemnik, Mock, Gall - Molzer, Stroh, Sindelar, Spechtl, Viertl. Goals: Sindelar(1, 20min), Stroh(1, 35min). The Match, Player Perfomances & Quotes: FK Austria Wien had to fight a lot in this match, they were not as better as in Praterstadion, but it was enough to beat Wacker. Sindelar and Stroh were brilliant again, nothing new there. Nausch also had a great match.
Wiener Cup 1932-1933: 10/05/1933: Semi-Finals FK Austria Wien - Floridsdorfer AC 4-1 (3-0) Place: Pfarrwiese, Wien. Referee: Alois Beranek. Attendance: about 5.000. Coach: Josef Blum. FK Austria Wien: Billich - Graf, Nausch(c) - Najemnik, Mock, Gall - Molzer, Stroh, Sindelar, Spechtl, Viertl. Goals: Sindelar(3, 9min; 45min; 77min), Spechtl(1, 13min). The Match, Player Perfomances & Quotes: "Every single brilliant attack was made by Stroh & Sindelar" - Austrian media. Sindelar was great again, his plays with Stroh were just brilliant. The forwards in general were great, they showed some tricks and nice plays. The defense was solid, Nausch & Graf had no problems with Floridsdorfer's forwards. The midfield was also great, they found more space compared to other matches. The whole team played a great match. In the first half the score was already 3-0. Austria's best player was Matthias Sindelar for sure.
Wiener Cup 1932-1933: 25/05/1933: Finals FK Austria Wien - Brigittenauer AC 1-0 (1-0) Place: Praterstadion, Wien. Referee: Alois Beranek. Attendance: about 14.000. Coach: Josef Blum. FK Austria Wien: Billich - Graf, Nausch(c) - Najemnik, Mock, Gall - Molzer, Stroh, Sindelar, Spechtl, Viertl. Goals: Spechtl(1, 11min). [Note]: FK Austria Wien was classified to Mitropa Cup 1936. The Match, Player Perfomances & Quotes: "The bad form of FK Austria Wien" - Austrian media. Not a good match by FK Austria Wien, they found a goal with a long shot by Spechtl when Schöll was not paying attention. Sindelar had a good first half and so did Stroh, but after the break, both could not do the same performance in the second half, but they still were better than the other forwards. Nausch was good, but sometimes he failed. Mock & Najemnik also had a great match. Billich had no problems. Molzer was tired, Graf was injured, Gall was not in good form & Stroh was sick the flu.

  
Sindelar had some great performances in Wiener Cup. Due to the match which Austria would play France, Sindelar missed the first match.
The match against SK Rapid showed to be a true challenge. Rapid Wien almost got the comeback sometimes. It was probably the toughest match that Austria Wien could have, but Sindelar had a really good performance assisting & scoring a goal.
The next round would be also difficult. Austria tied against Wacker SC in a match where they were losing by 3-0, but then they got the comeback. Sindelar scored one of the goals which helped Austria. The Replay also was no diferent. In general, FK Austria Wien were not playing a good football, but Sindelar & Stroh with their great plays saved the team.
Sindelar was outstanding in the semi-finals, he scored a hat-trick against Floridsdorfer AC. The combination Stro-Sindelar did work causing some brilliant plays for FK Austria Wien.
Austria Wien faced the relegated Brigittenauer AC, but it was not an easy match. Austria Wien only found a goal when Spechtl took a long shot and scored. Sindelar in the first half played a good match, but then he could not perform the same.