Peter Agba impressed Olimpija’s sporting director, but in Croatia, they are wondering how he could have eluded Dinamo Zagreb
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It has not been registered for Europe, but in Telemach First League Peter Agba made a solid impression in the six games he played. Even a very solid one, according to the sports director Olimpija. Goran Boromisa does not hide his enthusiasm for the young Nigerian, who moved to Ljubljana in the summer from Croatian club NK Dubrava Zagreb.
“Peter Agba even exceeded our expectations. He is a great footballer. He is only 20 years old, but he plays with great maturity. He and Raul Florucz are the future of our club, they were brought in to be the team’s mainstays,“, Goran Boromisa told the Croatian media that he would pay around €400,000 for the two players together.
Meanwhile, people in Croatia are wondering how it is possible that Peter Agba didn’t end up under the wing of Zagreb giants Dinamo, because it is more than obvious that he is a promising footballer.
“I don’t know how a young footballer like Agba could have slipped away from Dinamo. Before, there was no way that such a footballer, who even played in Zagreb, would not end up under Maksimir’s wing. It is young, it is quality, it is hungry. He also has the potential to play for Dinamo one day. For a little money we could tie him to us, give him a decent living wage – that would not be a problem for Dinamo – and send him to one of our clubs or even to Olimpija to be trained.,” football scout and agent Branko Pavlić told SportNews.
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