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ARSENAL, Kolasinac: "I know Frankfurt are strong in home games"

19.09.2019 09.57 by Claudio Colla  read 202
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Attending latest Arsenal press conference, ahead of EL debut match, Sead Kolasinac stated: “Of course I kept track of Eintracht Frankfurt's Europa League venture during last season. When playing home, they turned matches around that weren’t easy to win. We know what’s in front of us tomorrow, especially in the stadium, but we’re looking forward to starting in the Europa League and that we start here in Frankfurt. As I’ve said, we’ll focus on our game, and try to deliver our game plan on the pitch. I’ve played in a few matches in Frankfurt before, and we all know that Frankfurt are strong at home, especially with their fans. But we want to focus on our game, and try to win the match over 90 minutes".

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