It was a poor start to the month, suffering a 3-1 loss to 1.FC Magdeburg with an injury to Stefan Lex adding to the frustrations of the 1860 Munich faithful. Back to back victories followed against FC Hansa Rostock and Chemnitzer FC with the latter fixture seeing two additions to the injury list in Tim Rieder and Fabian Grellinger.
To finish the month, SG Sonnenhof Grossaspach produced an upset with a strong display against a 1860 Munich side missing five starting players from their regular line up in total.
Despite losing two matches in the month, 1860 Munich remain at the top of the table with FC Wurzburger Kickers and 1.FC Magdeburg proving to be potential promotion candidates.
Lowly SV Meppen were able to secure their first victory of the season, defeating FSV Zwickau 1-0 but remain clear relegation favourites.
Player Of The Month
Once again, Osei Owusu scored four goals in four games, matching his efforts from the previous month and once again being named 3. Liga player of the month.
Numerous media pundits continue to question 1860 Munich manager Daniel Bierofka on the potential for the Ghanaian to make a permanent move to the club from Bundasliga 2 side DSC Arminia Bielefield.
Starting for 1860 Munich due to the injury to Nico Karger, the 19-year-old suffered an ankle injury which will see him miss one to two weeks of action.
Still yet to see the field this season, left winger Nico Karger may return towards the back end of October.
A reoccurring hip injury has plagued Stefan Lex and is expected to keep him out of action for close to a month.
Currently on loan from Bundasliga side FC Augsburg, starting centre back Tim Rieder is out with a back complaint for the next fortnight.
Only three fixtures await 1860 Munich in October but with an injury plagued squad 1860 Munich manager Daniel Bierofka will have to run the gauntlet against fifth placed SC Preussen Munster, third placed FC Wurzburger Kickers and seventh placed 1. FC Kaiserslautern.
ImThatSybGuy: A very good start to the season overall but maintaining this form is going to be difficult with the injuries I am having to face currently.
TheLFCFan: Owusu looked absolutely horrid in the pre-season, didn't score a single goal. I decided to continue with him based on being my most talented striker and now it's beginning to pay off.
ScottT: I have to admit, at the time I felt that result would send us on a poor run of form.