"Boys want this absolutely everywhere."
Translation:To chtějí kluci úplně všude.
It is more about phonotactics and stress. Czech clitics are unstressed. Also, be aware that many points in that article are NOT applicable to Czech. The relevant paragraph is the one about word order.
Clitics do not always appear next to the word or phrase that they are associated with grammatically. They may be subject to global word order constraints that act on the entire sentence. Many Indo-European languages, for example, obey Wackernagel's law (named after Jacob Wackernagel), which requires sentential clitics to appear in "second position", after the first syntactic phrase or the first stressed word in a clause: