San Siro, Lavantal Arena and soon Old Trafford? When it comes to professionals from the football series champions Salzburg, Manchester United should be the next hurdle in the European Cup. On Monday (1pm/Sky Live), the Europa League last 16 opponent “Bolen” will be drawn in Nyon/Switzerland. “Manchester United will be fantastic,” Maximilian Webber said. “Old Trafford will be one of the few stadiums that can beat the San Siro in terms of taste.”
Junior Adamu also joined the international player. “It would be great to play against them,” the forward said on Sky’s microphone of the Red Devils. In general, Salzburg residents aim to stay in international business for a longer period of time. “The last two times we were knocked out in the first round of the European League. Now we want to fight our way,” said Whooper. Coach Matthias Geisel saw the situation more soberly. “You shouldn’t aim too high. We are looking forward to the draw with great enthusiasm.”
After dropping to third place in the Champions League, Jaissle-Elf will continue in the European League on February 16-23. In addition to the English record champions, AS Roma, Sturm-Bezwinger FC Midtjylland, PSV Eindhoven, AS Monaco, Union Berlin, Stade Rennes and FC Nantes are potential opponents. In any case, Salzburg coped well with the 4-0 loss to AC Milan on Wednesday, and with a deserved 2-1 win over Wolfsberger, the Mozartstadt-based side cemented their lead in the Bundesliga on Saturday.
Gisley was pleased with his team’s “really good” performance. “It is not normal after such an important event during the week at San Siro,” the German confirmed. After several weeks of worrying about an English injury, the coach rewarded his team. “Now they have three days off, and they deserve it. Then we can rally our strength again for the final race in Klagenfurt. We want to get three more points there,” Gisley said before the last league game in Carinthia.
Adamo said Salzburg still had to shiver in order to beat Wydad in the final stage, where Lavantalers played “well” and “fought well”. Meanwhile, Wöber had few reserves left in the reservoir. The left-back confirms that you have noticed that you are running out of strength. “However, congratulations on how we got through that. That’s still enough for one match, and we hope to play two more matches in the national team.” The Austrian FA selection will play two friendlies this year, first against Andorra (November 16) in Malaga and then in Vienna against Italy (November 20).
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