Chelsea play host to MOL Vidi FC in a Europa League clash on Thursday evening, as the Blues will be aiming to get a victory against the Hungarian side.
While many are expecting Chelsea to thump the Hungarian side at Stamford Bridge, Vidi FC captain Roland Juhász has warned that his side aren’t coming to the Bridge for fun and to take pictures.
Juhász is Vidi’s most experienced player and has made almost 100 appearances for the Hungarian national team, and the 35-year-old has warned Chelsea that his team won’t be rolled over by Chelsea.
He said: “We didn’t come to London just to take pictures and admire our opponents with our mouths agape. I joined Vidi six years ago precisely because I believed that we could play in matches like this.”
This won’t be Juhász’s first visit to the Bridge as he’s been here 13 years ago, just a couple weeks into the start of his Anderlecht career.
Speaking about his time at the Bridge 13 years ago, he said: “Thirteen years ago I was here with Anderlecht; a lot has changed since then. I was at the start of my career then, now I’m moving towards its end.
“I’m very happy that I can be here again. I signed with Vidi so that I could play in matches like this. Chelsea are the favorites for the match as well as one of the favorites to win the whole thing, so we can measure ourselves against them, to see how far along we are.
“We must not stop concentrating even for a second, or we could pay a big price. But we will enjoy every minute of this match.”