MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minnesota United can continue its glorious Saturday night when the team are hosting FC Dallas at Allianz Field.
As David McCoy reports, a major part of that is a former Kansas City player.
Ask Adrian United, Adrian Heath, his greatest value to defender Ike Opara and he begins to tell you how defensive Opera is, and then he focuses entirely on something else.
“He used it. I thought that was very important when we chose it and Ozzie up in the season. These guys were practiced to win for 10 years. They don't need to be in a lost condition, and not at their age as well, ”Heath said. “They are now at an age where every year is important and valuable to them. They do not want to be compatible outside the play games. On the field and outside her, it's a belief of her profession. ”
The loans traded a large pile of money to get an Opera from Kansas City this season, as well as defender – one of the best in the series – ask him and he's the biggest thing. . That takes culture to change.
“The staff gave me responsibility and confidence to take my leadership and capacity and bring it to this team,” said Opara. “Because of my arrival here, of course, that we haven't done so well in the last few years, so we wanted a positive energy, wanted a positive energy and I think it's at the end of that day and if you do So your role is based more easily. ”
In order to have that role, you have to be harder for yourself, says Opara.
“I think you are accountable,” said Opara. “I think if guys see the work you put in, day-to-day, your work, your own experience, your character is never questioned. And then from that, you can start your colleagues being accountable. ”
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