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  1. BoZanaC18

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  2. BoZanaC18

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    GOOOOOL! Željezničar vodi golom Selimovića.

    Nakon centaršuta Zebe, Selimović sa šest metara glavom pogađa mrežu Slobode.

    10' Zeljeznicar 1:0 Sloboda Tuzla (Selimovic 8')
  3. BoZanaC18

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    GOOOOL! Željezničar udvostručio prednost preko Adilovića.

    Jamak uposlio Adilovića koji izlazi na Mujkića i matira ga lijevom nogom sa 11 metara.

    15' Zeljeznicar 2:0 Sloboda Tuzla (Selimovic 8', Adilovic 13')
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    GOOOOL! Strijelac Zeba.

    Zeba je pogodio iz slobodnog udarca. Prebacio je živi zid, a Mujkić je izbio loptu, no ona je već bila u golu.

    GOOOOL! Željezničar vodi sa 4:0! Adilović je ponovo pogodio.

    Čolić je odlično centrirao, a Adilović sa sedam metara glavom pogodio mrežu Slobode.


    Halftime Zeljeznicar 4:0 Sloboda Tuzla (Selimovic 8', Adilovic 13' 45+2', Zeba 45')


  5. Zeljo Fanatico

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    We ********ing raped them.
  6. BoZanaC18

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    Thanks to Zvijezda Gradacac, we have now jumped to 3rd place in the table, just five points off the top.

    Away to newly promoted GOSK Gabela next, hopefully get another win.
  7. Vitez

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    I'm surprised by Adilovic, dude has been on a tear lately!

    He's our Gomez :D

    Zeljo, u mad? :D
  8. Vitez

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    Plavoj lokomotivi dovoljno samo 45 minuta

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    Fudbaleri Željezničara deklasirali su ekipu tuzlanske Slobode sa 4:0, u meču 9. kola Premijer lige BiH koji je večeras odigran na Grbavici. Domaći su sve golove postigli u prvih 45 minuta čime su riješili pitanje pobjednika.



    Fudbaleri Željezničara deklasirali su ekipu tuzlanske Slobode sa 4:0, u meču 9. kola Premijer lige BiH koji je večeras odigran na Grbavici. Domaći su sve golove postigli u prvih 45 minuta čime su riješili pitanje pobjednika.

    Plavi su poveli već u 8. minutu. Prvo je Čolić odlično ubacio za Adilovića koji je zakasnio na asistenciju, a na drugoj strani lopta je došla do Zebe koji perfektnim dodavanjem pogađa Selimovića u glavu za 1:0. Nakon što su se strasti malo smirile Plavi su udvostručili vodstvo. Sjajan kontra-napad izveli su domaćini. Jamak je u prostoru gurnuo loptu za Adilovića koji izlazi sam isred Mujkića i rutinski pogađa za 2:0. I nakon sigurnog vodstva Željo je nastavio sa napadima, a gol Slobode “visio je u zraku”. Blizu povećanja vodstva bili su Selimović, Jamak i Vasilić, ali, na njihovu žalost, nisu uspjeli poentirati.

    U finišu prvog dijela mreža Mujkića ponovo se tresla. Prvo je Zeba majstorski pogodio iz slobodnjaka, sa oko 17 metara, a na 4:0 povisio je Adilović svojim drugim golom, nakon odlične asistencije mladog Čolića. Gosti su dva ******** zaprijetili Guši, ali je Željina jedinica ostala nesavladala, nakon udaraca Halilovića i Mešanovića.

    Bilo je za očekivati da u drugom poluvremenu tempo igre splasne. Na to su uticale i izmjene koje je napravio domaći trener. Tuzlaci su mogli do gola u 53. minutu. Slomić se našao sam ispred Guše, ali je Željin čuvar mreže pokazao da teško prima golove i da je u velikoj formi. Nešto kasnije pokušao je i Ramić, koji je zamijenio Adilovića, ali je njegov udarac zaustavio Mujkić.

    Plavi su u drugom poluvremenu potpuno kontrolisali igru. Gostujući igrači po nekoliko minuta nisu mogli doći do lopte. Do kraja se rezultat nije mijenjao, pa je ostalo 4:0, iako je Željo u finišu mogao do povećanja vodstva. Glavni krivac što se to nije dogodilo bio je golman Denis Mujkić koji je sjajno sačuvao mrežu nakon udaraca Selimovića i Čolića. Pokušali su i gosti, no Gušo je ostao nesavladan.

    Željezničar - Sloboda 4:0

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    Strijelci: 1:0 Selimović u 8, 2:0 Adilović u 11, 3:0 Zeba u 43, 4:0 Adilović u 45. Stadion Grbavica. Gledalaca: 4.500. Sudija: Semir Kaplan (Stolac). Žuti kartoni: Čivić, Slomić, Filipović (Sloboda).
    ŽELJEZNIČAR: Gušo, Čolić, Kvesić (od 46. Stanić), Bogičević, Vasilić, Zolotić, Jamak, Zeba (od 56. Drakul), Adilović (od 59. Ramić), Selimović. Trener: Amar Osim.
    SLOBODA: Mujkić, Efendić, Čivić, Jahić, Jogunčić, Zoletić, Slomić (od 79. Ribić), Filipović (od 87. Mandžić), Halilović, Rahmanović (od 46. Milutinović), Mešanović. Trener: Mirza Hadžić.

    REZULTATI 9. KOLA
    Zrinjski - Velež 1:0
    Olimpic - GOŠK 0:0
    Zvijezda - Borac 2:0
    Željezničar - Sloboda 4:0
    Široki Brijeg - Kozara 1:0
    Rudar Prijedor - Sarajevo 1:2
    Leotar - Čelik 0:0
    Travnik - Slavija 3:0

    TABELA
    1. Široki Brijeg 9 7 1 1 16:3 22
    2. Sarajevo 9 6 1 2 21:8 19
    3. Željezničar 9 5 2 2 18:8 17
    4. Borac 9 5 1 3 14:11 16
    5. Zrinjski 9 4 3 2 18:13 15
    6. Velež 9 4 2 3 11:7 14
    7. Olimpic 9 3 2 4 12:10 11
    8. Leotar 9 3 2 4 8:9 11
    9. Travnik 9 3 2 4 13:16 11
    10. Čelik 9 3 2 4 10:14 11
    11. Rudar 9 3 2 4 8:13 11
    12. GOŠK 9 2 4 3 7:9 10
    13. Zvijezda 9 3 1 5 8:12 10
    14. Sloboda 9 3 0 6 5:16 9
    15. Kozara 9 2 2 5 8:11 8
    16. Slavija 9 2 1 6 8:25 7
  9. Zeljo Fanatico

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    Ffffuuuu
  10. TheEuroStick

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    our league standings are interesting as hell not like the EPL where they basically already got only two clubs in the running for the 1st spot anyone can take it in our league
  11. Vitez

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    Except we already know Siroki will be the champion, lol.
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    Sarajevo or Zeljeznicar to win the league this year, bet on it.
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    While many of us are focused on the upcoming international break, Zeljeznicar are focusing on their latest friendly for their 90th year anniversary when they will be playing Hajduk Split this upcoming Thursday at Grbavica.
    Hajduk will arrive in Sarajevo on Wednesday at 18:30hrs and will be staying in Ilidza until it's time for the game. They are currently doing their training in Croatia.
    For this game, the visitors will be without Danijel Subasic (starting GK), Masahiko Inoha (starting DM), Ante Vukusic (Top scorer for HS last season), Lovre Kalinic (2nd choice GK), Ivan Lendric (young striker; one of the best players last season in BiHPL for Zrinjski), and Mario Ticinovic (very talented youngster).
    Zeljeznicar will be playing this game without Semir Bukvic (2nd choice GK; U21 NT duty), Benjamin Colic (2nd choice RB; U21 NT duty), Josip Kvesic (Starting LB; U21 NT duty), and Nermin Zolotic (utility player; U19 NT duty)
    The game is scheduled at 18:30hrs on Thursday evening.
    With the missing players and the ones available, I hope Amar puts out a strong team with a mix of a few talents as well, although many of them are on duty with the youth national teams. I want to see this perhaps;


    Karic

    Markovic - Bogicevic - Vasilic - Nyema

    Svraka - Stanceski

    Beslija - Zeba - Selimovic

    Adilovic


    Still a strong bench available with the likes of Elvir Colic, Mirsad Ramic, Dejan Drakul, Omar Baljic, and Adnan Guso.

    Hope to see another good display against one of the big Croatian sides.​
  14. miske10

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    Boz, Sounds like both teams will have most of their starters. I guess this will be a very small taste about how much the Croatian league is ahead of us.

    Regarding Siroki Brijeg, I completely agree. I'm surprised to see this team, the same one who struggled against Kozara (let's ignore Kozara's coach for a moment) in the last game, on top of the table. I can't help but feel that refereeing has a lot to do with it. The same thing with Zrinjski. In their last game against Velez, the referee was right in front of a Velez player being pulled straight down by the shirt (on Velez's counter-attack) in what appeared to be a clear yellow. He only called it a foul. Later he gave a second yellow to a Velez player in a very odd manner for arguing. Varesanovic was also kicked from the game because he didn't agree with the refereeing. This referee appeared more clever than the one in the Sarajevo - Siroki Brieg game, who did not give out yellows to our players when they deserved it so that he could take away our goal later. Really these referees have a big hand in how the table will appear at the end of the season. It's always been like this.
  15. Dizdar

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    That is how our league functions unfortunately.

    Anyways, I'm kinda looking forward to the Hajduk match, should be good.


    Balakov: Zadovoljstvo je biti gost Željezničara

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    Odmah po dolasku ekspedicija Hajduka u Sarajevo, splitski ''bili'' odražali su press konferenciju u hotelu Hollywood na Ilidži gdje su smješteni. Prisutnima su se obratili glavni trener Krasimir Balakov te fudbaleri Drago Gabrić i Dante Stipica.

    ''Majstori s mora'' u Sarajevu stigli u 18.30h, a ispred ilidžanskog hotela dočekala ih delegacija domaćina predvođena članom uprave našeg kluba Gradimirom Gojerom, te legendarnim fudbalerima Branimirom Jelušićem i Enverom Hadžiabdićem.

    ''Došli smo odigrati jednu utakmicu nakon koje će gledaoci otići zadovoljni kući. Sastaju se dvije ekipe koje znaju igrati fudbal i siguran sam da ćemo sutra napraviti jedan istinski spektakl, pravi praznik fudbala. Sutrašnju utakmicu želimo iskoristiti i kako bi korigovali pojedine stvari u kojima smo griješili, ali i probali neke nove varijante'', rekao je trener Balakov naglasivši da je njegovom klub velika čast biti dijelom proslave 90. rođendana Željezničara.

    Raspoloženi i sretni zbog dolaska u Sarajevo bili su i fudbaleri. S novinarima su družili Drago Gabrić i Dante Stipica.

    ''Nakon što sam preživio tu tešku saobraćajnu nesreću na ruci sam istetovirao stihove sarajevskog pjevača Kemala Montena ''vratio sam se živote'', tako da me posebno veseli činjenica što ću prve minute nakon nesreće odigrati baš u Sarajevu'', rekao je Gabrić.

    Drago mi je da sam dobio šansu braniti u ovakvoj utakmici. Treme nema, osim one pozitivne, velika je čast braniti pogotovo kada znam da su moji konkurenti za poziciju dva sjajna golmana koja nisu tu zbog reprezentativnih obaveza. Gledao sam sažetak posljednje utakmice Željezničara u kojoj su bez većih problema savladali Slobodu. Ipak, sutra ću se svojski, zajedno sa mojim kolegama potruditi da ostanem nesavladan'', rekao je mladi golman gostiju Dante Stipica.

    U toku sutrašnjeg dana upriličit će se zajednička šetnja gradom igrača oba tima, a utakmica će se igrati od 18.30h.
  16. Vitez

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    Haos u Sarajevu, tuča navijača Želje i Hajduka

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    Utakmica između Želje i Hajduka prema svemu sudeći neće se odigrati zbog ranije izazvanih navijačkih nereda koji su rezultirali velikom broju povrijeđenih....

    Do novih navijačkih ekcesa u Bosni i Hercegovini nije trebalo dugo čekati. Naime, nakon Banjaluke i Mostara sada su se navijački neredi proširili i na Sarajevo.

    Naime, večeras je trebala se igrati prijateljska utakmica između Željezničara i Hajduka, no odigravanje ove utakmice dovedeno je pod znak pitanja.

    Naime prema informacija do kojih smo došli prije nekoliko trenutaka nerede su izazvali Torcidaši iz okoline Sarajeva koji su probili na jug Grbavice te uništili koreografiju Manijaka. Bio je to povod za sukob, letjele su flaše, kamenje, uništen je veliki broj prevoznih sredstava dok su se čak čuli pucnji iz vatrenog oružja.
    Ima povrijeđenih, od kojih su neki zadobili povrede hladnim oružjem. Index.hr objavio je nepotvrđenu infromaciju da je jedna osoba poginula. Informaciju o pogibiji jednog navijača objavio i net.hr, navodeći da se radi o "informacijama iz sarajevskog kluba".

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    More fighting between team fans, this time Torcida vs. TM

    I can't believe it. What the hell is happening?
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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRs56BLa6yQ&"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRs56BLa6yQ&[/ame]

    It almost seems like theres an alliance or plan between different groups in BiH to disrupt harmony at a crucial time for our NT and country. Bastards.
  18. BoZanaC18

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    The game didn't even take place.

    Why do they even allow football in Bosnia?
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    of course there is there have been groups to destroy yugoslavia since the mid 70's you cant just invade a country end destroy it without a plan, the destruction of yugo was planned by morons and currently someone is implementing this destructive plan also
  20. Zeljo Fanatico

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    Let's not be afraid to call them out. Serbs and Croats in Bosnia are trying their hardest to ruin our qualifying dreams in any way they can.
  21. CipherComplex

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    Lot of Bosnian muslims due the same. I know some balijas that still hate seeing a Zvjezdan,Ognjen,Zoran, and other names that aren't muslim sounding in the Bosnian NT. I guess we should try getting more Arabs to switch nationalities. lol
  22. DinoMostarac

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    Not necessarily, religion does not outline nationality/ethnicity. How many Russians or Greeks play for the Serbian NT? How many Italians or Irishmen play for Croatia?

    I'm sad to hear that there was a scrimmage between Torcida and the Maniacs, you'd think both the Croats and the Bosniaks would be over that by now.

    One thing I'm dissapointed about though, is that the Maniacs couldn't defend their city. I mean, the Hajduk fans were travelling away and were in much smaller numbers, you can't allow them to trash your city like that.

    Could you imagine what would happen to Zeljo fans had they attempted the same shit in Split? Vedran Puljic x 10.
  23. Vitez

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    I heard that those weren't actually Torcida fans but Siroki, and Svinjski fans disguised to cause trouble. Seems believable, they would do that.
  24. DinoMostarac

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    I don't know man, just seems disgusting either way.

    Zeljo is trying to celebrate its 90th anniversity and you have these scumbags coming over to Sarajevo and ruining it all for them. They never had any desire to watch a football game, but rather go destroy property and harm innocent people.

    I just wish the Manijaci made them pay for it, show them why they should never mess with their city again. I guess Bosnians are too friendly and docile for that.
  25. CipherComplex

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    I consider that a valid point, but we shouldn't be trying to one up Serbian/Croatian fans when it comes to extremism. From the standpoint you mention I still think they should have let the police handle the crowd, than again it is Bosnia and those people can't be relied up on.

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