ŠAMORÍN – Slovak football team Slovakian Stanislav Lobotka believes he will be in good shape and will be able to enter the first division of the 2nd Division of the League of Nations against Ukraine (16 November at 20.45 in Trnava) and the Czech Republic (November 19 at 20.45) Prague). An injured ankle, according to his words, does not ideally respond to the greatest burden, but a few days may be enough to heal.
Legionnaire Celty Vigo was injured in the beginning of November in the Spanish Cup and missed two league battles including a weekend match with Real Madrid (2: 4). "It's a bit better than a couple of days ago, I'm walking normally, but I still pulled my ankle to my jump and I'll have an individual program tonight, we'll see how it will heal over the next few days. , but it does matter what the "ankle""Lobotka said on Monday morning at Šamorín. "If I had to destroy myself and four months I had to stop, it would not be ideal, but if it was possible and threatened, for example, just a one-week fall, I would go there" answered the question whether he would be willing to assume a small risk.
Slovak players depend on how they did not enter Division C. They will also be in the second basket when they qualify for EURO 2020, which is in the Dublin 2 December program. "We want to have the best position in the pit, so we will try to win both matches, we need to be more courageous, more dominant and not just focus on the race." I think we will be strong on the ball and we will have a chance, but with Ukraine and the Czech Republic two difficult games await us. "
Celta Vigo, after a solid start in the league, went down to the bottom of the table, currently in 14th place. "After a great start, we did not manage to make matches, unfortunately he brings football, we lost to Real Madrid, but the boys have shown that they have the quality." Herne is not bad, I think we will get points and we will rise above " Lobotka said.
- TASR – Pavel Neubauer