Selling out after the breakthrough in Europe? Absolutely not! Goran Boromisa stresses: Olimpija won’t sell, Olimpija wants to get stronger
Autumn in Europe and millions in the coffers – life could hardly be better for everyone working in the Slovenian champion’s administration. On the other hand, it has
has quite a few fans who are convinced that a big success is followed by a big sell-out. That Olimpija will sell some individuals who are as hot as they have ever been. The day after the victory over the
“got on the ball” and calmed down all those who fear radical changes in the Ljubljana club’s squad.
“We are not thinking about sales, on the contrary. Of course, if an amount comes in that cannot be refused, this can change, but for now we are only thinking about the pitch and ambition,“, Goran Boromisa told Nogomana, although the Croatian official is aware that ambition grows with success, so it will be understandable if some want to take a step forward in their careers. But Goran Boromisa, who used to work for Dinamo Zagreb, is convinced that they will be able to satisfy their higher ambitions in Ljubljana, at least for now.
Goran Boromisa: “This is their stage and their chance”
“For these boys who have outgrown the Slovenian league, now comes the real game. This is their stage and their opportunity. They are ambitious, professional, exceptional in character and the only ones who could knock out the favourite. Some of them are national players and I think the selectors who have noticed them and put them in the game have now got confirmation of their quality. I expect more players from Olimpija in the future,” says Goran Boromisa, who will be focusing on acquisitions rather than sales in the coming days.
“We are thinking about it and are already meeting today. We are looking for two or three players. For a skirt and a ten. We will not break the coffers, we will look as we have done so far, only for players with the right character and quality, with the right desire. We have a great team, but we need some width because of injuries, cards,” added Goran Boromisa, who replaced Mladen Rudonja as Olimpija’s sporting director a year ago.
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