Siófok is in big trouble. Last season Vukmir managed to build an effective team that managed to stay in the NB2 in the spring. In the autumn, the season didn't start badly for the Balaton side, but then the momentum really faded. Illness and injuries decimated the team. It should also be added that the club is running on very little money, so every season the squad is filled with 90% loan players. The defence, in particular, has been hit hard. Along with Gábor Vágó and Viktor Vékony, Ádám Böndi is also out of the line-up. Head coach Dragan Vukmir could not count on Zoltán Varjas and Gergely Hutvágner due to illness, Martin Csató is injured and Zoltán Szedlár has served a one-match ban for a red card against Szeged. The team will have to be patched up week by week. In addition, Siófok lost their last knockout match against Soroksár, where Vukmir's team made many individual mistakes. Rumour has it that the management no longer goes to the games. On the other side, everything is going well so far. Nyíregyháza played superbly in their last televised game and are also big favourites in Siófok. For Siófok it is questionable who will be available, Vukmir will probably be without a few of his core players.