Loud sermon in the Faroe Islands, this time without a greeting: Olimpija fans turn their backs on the players after another slip-up
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On Sunday, the Telemach First League Olimpija and Aluminij competed. Happy? No doubt. But luck had an interesting name this time: judge Alen Borošak. The latter “forgot” to award an eleven-metre penalty after a flagrant foul on an Aluminij player, and he also overturned a goal scored by the visitors that probably no one else would have overturned.
Anyway, it ended 0:0, which further angered the already very unhappy supporters of Olimpija. After the European defeat in the Faroe Islands, the Ljubljana fans have criticised their “favourites” loudly and have made some stinging remarks online, and this time they have even turned their backs on them.
Before the Olimpija players could come under the stands to thank them for their support, the fans marched to the exit gate and sent a clear message about what they thought about the performance of the team recently taken over by Zoran Zeljković.
As if all this wasn’t enough, Timi Max Elšnik was injured in the match against Aluminium. The Olimpija captain had problems before the game in the Faroe Islands, but he gritted his teeth. Too early, obviously…
This was not the only bad news for Slovenian selector Matjaz Kek on Sunday, as he had to play in Norway. Defender David Brekalo had to leave the pitch early, who barely returned to the pitch after a problem with his abdominal wall.
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