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‘His Style Is Important For Us’- Slavia Prague Coach Talks Up Olayinka Ahead Arsenal Clash

‘His Style Is Important For Us’- Slavia Prague Coach Talks Up Olayinka Ahead Arsenal Clash

Slavia Prague manager Jindřich Trpišovský has labelled Peter Olayinka an ”important player” ahead of his side’s Europa League clash against Arsenal, reports Completesports.com.

Trpišovský’s men will take on the Gunners in their second leg quarter-final tie at the Sinobo Stadium on Thursday.

Olayinka has been one of the top performers for Slavia Prague this season with three goals and two assists in 10 appearances in the Europa League.

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“Peter Olayinka has a lot behind him, he is very experienced, he went through great European battles with us, where he was also productive. His style is important to us,”he told reporters on Wednesday.

The winger missed last weekend’s derby win against Sparta Prague but Trpišovsky expects him to feature against the Gunners.

“Sima and Olayinka tried to train. According to indications, there will be one in the basic line-up and one for about twenty minutes,”he added.

“We will definitely see tomorrow morning after warming up. ”

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • JimmyBall 4 months ago

    When the term winger referring to where Olayinka has operated from in more instances in his team’s matches is used by @JimmyBall then it’s a taboo… but here, even @Completesportsnigeria have used “Winger” on Olayinka Peter since it’s evident he plays wide on the left more often… helping often in midfield and defence. Somebody almost called acid-rain on me for saying Olayinka plays often from the left wing… a winger if you may, is what I referenced different from what CSN itself reported here now? Even if I write “Jesus is Lord” or “Mohammed is a Holy Prophet of God” some persons will still see reasons to take a swing at me… Is it not evident that while I kept saying Musa should get active home or abroad otherwise remaining inactive and still getting called up to Eagles fold while some other players doing well in Europe league or other respectable league get none will amount to gross unprofessionalism? But now I have been vindicated by the decision of the man Musa himself because he knows as a professional if he were to continue getting special favors from Rohr then the act is capable of casting a long dark shaddow on his reputation and legacy even when he has long retired… Sometimes black should just be seen as black! It makes for an uncomplicated world… I greet everyone! One love…

     
  • JimmyBall 4 months ago

    When the term winger referring to where Olayinka has operated from in more instances in his team’s matches is used by @JimmyBall then it’s a taboo… but here, even @Completesportsnigeria have used “Winger” on Olayinka Peter since it’s evident he plays wide on the left more often… helping often in midfield and defence. Somebody almost called acid-rain on me for saying Olayinka plays often from the left wing… a winger if you may, is what I referenced different from what CSN itself reported here now? Even if I write “Jesus is Lord” or “Mohammed is a Holy Prophet of God” some persons will still see reasons to take a swing at me… Is it not evident that while I kept saying Musa should get active home or abroad otherwise remaining inactive and still getting called up to Eagles fold while some other players doing well in Europe league or other respectable league get none will amount to gross unprofessionalism? But now I have been vindicated by the decision of the man Musa himself because he knows as a professional if he were to continue getting special favors from Rohr then the act is capable of casting a long dark shaddow on his reputation and legacy even when he has long retired… Sometimes black should just be seen as black! It makes for an uncomplicated world… Someone on this forum even called me a tribal bigot, accused me of hatred for Musa and how I am trying to line my pocket from pushing the invitation agendas of players like Olayinka, Junior Ajayi, Paul Onuachu, Simmy Nwankwo and even the likes of Iyayi Atiemwen… I speak to promote fairness and true competition among Super Eagles and Nigeria’s many very good footballers I have no personal interests of my own. I greet everyone! One love…