Slavia hosts Braha Ferencvaros from two goals down on Tuesday evening in the third round of the UEFA Champions League qualifiers. Czech coach Jindrich Trpisovsky knows they need to change a lot if they want to go ahead against the Hungarian side.
|Jindrich Trpisovsky is in no mood for a gift (Photo: Károly Árvai, Archive)|
“We know that a lot of things have to be done differently from the first match – Started by head coach of Slavia Praha, Jindrich Trpisovsky In the pre-match press conference. – We need to play better in front of the opponent’s goal, and we also need to pass more accurately from the midfield. We did a better game in the second half, but we still have a lot to improve on.”
He added that out of duress, his core team could change two or three places compared to Budapest.
“It will be a completely different match because we need to score at least two goals. We need to put in a complex performance, go after the good things, and forget the bad things. Ferencvaros had three great chances, we gave two of them as gifts, and that cannot happen tomorrow.”
Czech goalkeeper midfielder, Thomas Halls Talk about it: It was very good for them to postpone the weekend game in the league because that way they had the opportunity to relax and have time to analyze the video.
Briefly replying to National Sports, he said he considers Ferencvaros’ strength to be a quick technical game.
“But we weren’t bad at the gate either, we need to reinforce that tomorrow.”
Green eggs in Budapest last week 2–0 They defeated the Czech national team at Groupama Arena.
August 10, Tuesday
Champions League, qualifications
3. Round and reverse
19.00: Slavia Praha (Czech Republic) – Ferencváros (television: M4 Sport) – Live on a UFO!
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