Europa League opponents confirm injury blow
Slavia Prague are expected to be without goalkeeper Ondrej Kolar for their Europa League game with Arsenal.
The Czech team were drawn against the Gunners after beating Rangers 3-1 on aggregate in the previous round.
However, Slavia has confirmed that their Kolar plug suffered a fractured skull following a horror challenge from Rangers’ Kemar Roofe during the return leg at Ibrox.
“It turns out there is a little fracture,” manager Jindrich Trpisovsky said.
“We have had a key player for a long time. We will see how long he will come back. It’s unpleasant for the guard. ”
New adventure for the former Arsenal defender
Emmanuel Eboue started his own football academy in his native Côte d’Ivoire.
The former Arsenal right-back, who spent seven years at the club between 2004 and 2011, hopes to use his experience at the highest level to help bring the stars of the future to his homeland.
After officially announcing his retirement from football in October 2020, Eboué has since spent time working with the Galatasaray academy in Turkey.
“Now I have decided to go back to my country to help my young guys,” he said.
“Over the past week I have recruited across the country in many cities and thank God has gone so well.
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The former gunner described as “the best in the world”
Former Arsenal keeper agent Emiliano Martinez has spoken about the player, saying he is among the best in the world in his post.
Martinez, who won the FA Cup with Arsenal last summer before moving to Aston Villa on a £ 20million contract, has impressed this season, keeping 14 clean sheets in 27 appearances.
Talk to All web market, Gustavo Goni praised his client and claimed that it would have been just fine if he had stayed at the Emirates.
“He turns out to be one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
“The move to Aston Villa has been a success, it’s true, and he’s happy, but he would have shone at any club, including Arsenal! ”