Jaka Bijol joins the national team as Udinese MVP: Slovenian defender voted best defender in Udinese in October
Photo source: Udinese Calcio
Today, Brdo pri Kranju will be all about the national team again. A select group will gather under the Gorenjska peaks Slovenia, which is facing a hellish conclusion of the qualification for the Euro 2024. Slovenia could be in the running to play in Germany as early as Friday, with a win over Denmark leading the way. If the Slovenians fail on Friday, they will have to win at least a point at home against Kazakhstan a week later. Jaka Bijol will also be an important member of Kek’s line-up, as he returns home with his confidence boosted.
Jaka Bijol was voted Udinese’ s MVP for October last weekend and was awarded the club ‘ s MVP award. The selection is not surprising, as Jaka Bijol was really in the mood to play in October. He has played in four Serie A matches and Udinese has not lost a single game thanks to him – all four games ended in draws.
Udinese revealed that Jaka Bijol stole 10 balls from his rivals in the past month, the most of any Black and White player. He was also the best in interventions, not receiving a single yellow card and winning 12 aerial duels.
So, it’s a great start to the matches against Denmark and Kazakhstan, and we all hope that Jaka Bijol will keep up his high level of play now that Slovenia is on the verge of its first major competition since 2009.
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