Former member of Olimpija will defend colours of NK Brinje Grosuplje against… Olimpija! May Pavli: “We have our own plan to win the game”
Source of photo: NK Brinje Grosuplje
Every time a giant comes to visit a low-lifer, it’s a party. This will also be the case on Thursday, when Grosuplje will host Olimpija, there can be no doubt. The timing is not the best, and the weather hasn’t been great these days. But the home team has prepared well no matter what, and the fans – one and the other – will respond. The Pivovarna Union Cup will undoubtedly be a spectacle of its own, but how it will play out on the pitch remains to be seen. One of those who will do everything to make Olimpija sensationally lay down its arms is Maj Pavlin.
The 21-year-old goalkeeper is currently the number one goalkeeper in the NK Brinje Grosuplje, and interestingly enough, in his younger years he also spent time with … Olympia! For him and especially for Niko Kapun, the match, which starts at 14:00, will be even more special.
“I had a lot of great moments and made a lot of good memories in Olimpija. Playing against my former team will be something really special, so I’m looking forward to it. But it’s true that the Olimpija team has changed a lot since I was a member, so there are not many players left who played then,” said Maj Pavli for club website.
May Pavli: “A match with a special charge”
Maj Pavli has played against the Dragons before, in the Cup semi-final last season when he was a member of Aluminija, and he added: “We are talking about a top team with outstanding individuals who can make the so-called ‘extra move’ and turn the game in their favour. The fact that they compete in a conference league speaks volumes about their quality. They have not been doing everything according to plan lately, but it is clear that they will be the clear favourites on Thursday.”
And the member’s performance target for 2. SNL? “I wouldn’t say too much about the result expectations. It’s clear who the favourite is, but we also have our own plan to win the game. We will try to surprise you. But it will certainly be a game with a special charge for each of us, because we all know what Olimpija means in Slovenia. I believe that there will be quite a few spectators in Grosuplje, which will add to the specialness of the match,” concluded Maj Pavli.
This text was automatically translated using AI.