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Olayinka Reflects On Slavia Prague’s Win Vs Jablonec

Olayinka Reflects On Slavia Prague’s Win Vs Jablonec

Peter Olayinka says Slavia Prague will build on Sunday’s impressive 3-0 home win against Jablonec as they bid to successfully defend the Czech Super Liga title , reports Completesports.com.

Olayinka bagged an assist and also contributed to another goal in the encounter played at the Sinobo Stadium.

Slavia Prague top the table with 47 points from 17 games, 12 points ahead second placed Jablonec.

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“I think everyone is ready. The atmosphere in the team is great. Everyone knows what to do on the field, we stick together,” the midfielder told the club website.

“The strength of the team is enormous. We are perfectly prepared for the rest of the season.”

The 25-year-old also reflected on the team’s impressive home win against Jablonec and his performance.

“We still play twice a week now, it’s challenging. I’m trying to create chances, I’m working on it a lot now, every match is getting better and better. “

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  • Doctor Koyemi Oderinde 3 weeks ago

    It is far better for Olayinka to move to a far better league so he can have a far better opportunity of making the Super Eagles squad.

     
  • Olayinka needs to move to a better league to stand a chance of competing with the best the Super Eagles have to offer.

     
  • A technically sound National team coach plying his trade in a 3rd World country does not invite players to his team based only on where they play. Emmanuel Amunike was playing in Egypt in 1994 yet Westahof gave him a chance and won the African footballer of the Year after scoring the two decisive goals that won the 1994 African cup of Nations for us. Julius Aghahowa was a Bendel Insurance player on his way to Esperance of Tunisia when Bonfere Jo gave him a chance and he took Africa by storm. The late Stephen Keshi gave a certain Sunday (no disrespect) a chance and we remember he scored the winning goal against Burkina Faso that won the cup for us. The biggest mistake any National team coach will make is respecting some players just because of the team they play for or the country where they ply their trade.olayinka is a very talented player we have all seen him play in the champions league against some of the biggest teams in Europe so such a player should be given a chance ahead of players like Ihenacho, Musa etc based on present form