Some complain about the tight schedule, but Mura defender Gaber Dobrovoljc points out that he prefers to play 3, 4 days a week.
In Telemach First Leagu Domžale will hoast Mura, a very important match for both clubs. Mura is sixth, Domžale is seventh and the clubs are separated by just two points. The first match between the two teams was a real spectacle, with Mura leading 2:0 and Domžale answering with three goals to win 3:2. Prekmurje’s expectations before the game were revealed by Gaber Dobrovoljc, who is returning to the “scene of the crime”, where he spent most of his career.
“A lot has happened and changed since that last game… As far as we are concerned, we are slowly starting to stabilise and fall into place. We are assembling as a team and I expect that we will only get better. Above all, it is important to play as a team. Just like we did against Rogaska. If we repeat our good team performance, the result will not be lost,” says 30-year-old Gaber Dobrovoljc.
The experienced defender went on to admit that the match at the Kamniški Bistrica stadium will be something special for him: ”First time in a Mura jersey against Domžale… The emotions are definitely there, after all I have established myself as a football player in Domžale. But we are professionals. I’ve already played against Domžale in Radomlje, so I’m not waiting for something I haven’t experienced before. We all know why we are going there. Let’s go to win, let’s go to do our best.’‘
While some people have been complaining about the tight rhythm of the games lately, Gaber Dobrovoljc says he has no problem with it: ”We footballers like it when we play. Most of us are comfortable with playing on three or more days. We can’t wait for the next challenge and are really looking forward to playing Domžale.”
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