Transfers Thread

Discussion in 'Bosnia & Herzegovina' started by Vitez, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. Zeljo Fanatico

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    What's funny is that they both play the same position. Hopefully Hadzic chooses wise and goes to one of the mid-table clubs like Koln.


  2. NoviDracula

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    Why cant Muslimovic find a club :(

    if his wages were lower i would want him at Sarajevo for sure.
  3. PonosBosne

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    Well yeah! That would be amazing, he is such a good striker better then Ibiševic! Damn I really wish Sarajevo could negotiate a deal with him, tell him something like (Hey you help us get deeper in Europe and we will pay you more for that year) that be some great stuff!
  4. Bosnian Diamond

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    That would be awesome, PonosBosne, but the reality is that that never happens. It would be great to see Muslimovic take a Bosnian club (preferably Velez/Zeljo/Sarajevo) deep into Europe, and he'd get a NT spot by being on a club. But it probably won't happen because of the money problems, and I'd rather see Muslimovic face a little competition so he would work on improving all his weaknesses. Although, I have no idea what club and league he should move to and/or if he's wanted by someone...


  5. Zeljo Fanatico

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  6. Vitez

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  7. Borac

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    I think that was another guy
  8. Zeljo Fanatico

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    You're talking about the defender Emir Omerovic who is also from Sloboda Tuzla.
  9. Hadzjia Sven Susic

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    Imagine if this progress keeps up...

    By the time I am 50 Bosnia will be the new Holland, it will be awesome.

    There is no reason why the corruption should not end, and on top of that because Bosnia is at such a low point infrastructure wise the only way is up!

    Imagine what our league will be like 150 years from now?

    Simply awesome.
  10. Bosnian Diamond

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    Random, but a good point. :D

    I definitely think the potential has no limit for our country, in football terms. We could definitely become one of the top nations in the world, but many years from now. The corruption MUST come to an end, but how? I really don't know. But only then can we succeed in football...
  11. PonosBosne

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    I'll take over the country and end it.
  12. Vitez

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    Aljukić u Slobodu, a na zimu u Aachen

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    Mladi fudbaler iz Tuzle, koji je stasao u redovima Slobode, Alden Aljukić, svoju će karijeru nastaviti u klubu za koji je nekada nastupao Vedad Ibišević...

    Ranije je naš portal objavio priču kako će fudbaler koji je stasao u redovima Slobode karijeru nastaviti u Njemačkoj. Zainteresovani su bili Ahlen, odnosno Dynamo Dresden. Ipak, svoju će karijeru 19-godišnji Alden nastaviti u Alamannia Aachenu, za koju je svojevremeno nastupao i Vedad Ibišević. Treba reći kako je Aljukić zadivio struku pomenutog kluba iz Njemačke.

    Ipak, prema saznanjima Sportin.ba, Aljukić ima papiroloških problema, pa će iz tog razloga najvjerovatnije do zimske pauze se vratiti u Tuzlu, odnosno igrati za matični klub, Slobodu.

    Podsjetimo, Aljukić je poluvalentan igrač, koji je ranije nastupao za kadetsku, odnosno juniorsku reprezentaciju Bosne i Hercegovine.

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    Yet another Sloboda talent off to the 2. Bundesliga.
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    Hopefully his attitude is similar to Visca's and not Husejinovic's.
  14. Vitez

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    http://www.footgoal.net/suite.php?selection=73009


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    French sources are claiming Medunjanin will be transferring to Standard Liege.

    Not a bad move. I would have preferred him to go to a Top 5 league but this is better than Israel. Don't know why he went to Maccabi to begin wtih.
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    Calm it down with the top 5 leagues man, but this is a fantastic move for sure.
  16. Vitez

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    Calm it down? WTF?

    He could easily play in a top 5 league man, what are you going on about?
  17. Vojnik

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    We want every Bosnian player to play in the top 5 leagues, it's not going to happen. We have yet to make any sort of impact like qualifying for something at any level and yet we expect so many of our players to go to the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, or Ligue 1. It's too unrealistic.
  18. Vitez

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    No shit Sherlock, wasn't saying its gonna happen, said I wish he could move to a Top 5 league.
  19. Vojnik

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    I know what you said, but the expectations some of us have set for our players is unrealistic. They won't all make it to the top 5 leagues for sure, we're not that good in reality.
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    Who is not that good?

    Most of our starting 11 plays in the Top 5 leagues.
  21. Vojnik

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    And how many of them actually start?
  22. Vitez

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    Dzeko - Starts/rotation

    Ibisevic - Starts

    Salihovic - Starts

    Miske - Used to start at Wolfsburg/still finding his form

    Pjanic - Bench/Rotation

    Spahic- Statrs usually/new club

    Pandza- Starts

    Hasagic - Starts


    Mujdza- Starts


    Papac- Starts


    Medunjanin - Starts


    Lulic - Starts/New club
  23. Zeljo Fanatico

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    Almost all of them. Salihovic, Ibisevic, Dzeko, Spahic, Begovic, Pjanic half of the time (or at least he deserves to, you said it yourself), Mujdza, Salihamidzic, Lulic probably.

    Besic and Bicakcic are very young and up-and-coming and they're still close to starting.
  24. Zeljo Fanatico

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    Can't count Miske.. he plays in Russia. Actually its the worse leagues where our players don't start. Zec, Misimovic, Medunjanin, Ibricic, etc.
  25. Vojnik

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    No, it's actually...

    Ibisevic - Starts/Rotates

    Salihovic - Starts

    Miske - Bench

    Pjanic - Bench

    Spahic - Starts/Rotates

    Pandza - not in a top 5 league

    Hasagic - not in a top 5 league, benched anyways

    Mujdza - Starts

    Papac - not in a top 5 league

    Medunjanin - Not in a top 5 league, Starts/Rotates

    Lulic - Bench

    Only 4 or 5 of them start.

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