Former Real Madrid Striker to MLS?

Discussion in 'New York Red Bulls' started by Partizan_fc, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. Partizan_fc

    Partizan_fc New Member

    Dec 19, 2002
    New York City
    Mijatovic is currently without a club, having left Spanish second division club Levante in the summer.
    ''I still have offers to answer from Japan and America. I am thinking them over, not hanging up my boots.''
    http://skysports.planetfootball.com/article.asp?id=175707&cpid=23


    Hes about 34 and will be good for another couple of years. Ive seen him play many times, both for the Yugoslavian National team and Real Madrid. Hes a very consistant striker who works hard. Hes won a lot of trophies and awards in his career. The story talks about him having offers from America. Is he the striker we've been looking for?
     
  2. tomvandamn

    tomvandamn New Member

    Apr 9, 2003
    new york
    budalo jedna he retired this week!!!!!!


    wake up
    he had an offer in qatar for 1-2 million per year
    why would he come to play in mls
     
  3. Partizan_fc

    Partizan_fc New Member

    Dec 19, 2002
    New York City
    Umm, did u actually read the article? He didnt retire yet.

    And I dont know why he would want to play in MLS, im just saying what he said.
     
  4. el

    el BigSoccer Yellow Card

    Dec 12, 1998
    He did retire this week. He decided not to accept that Quatar offer and officially retired.
     
  5. metro1026

    metro1026 New Member

    Jan 21, 1999
    Swamps of Jersey
    Are you guys daft or something? Instead of jumping down Partizan's throat so fast, READ the article. It's dated Dec. 5 and says that the widely published reports of his retirement are FALSE!!!

    so you guys should "WAKE UP"
     
  6. tomvandamn

    tomvandamn New Member

    Apr 9, 2003
    new york
    there is 4 or 5 different reports about his retirement,

    also if he went to mls that would be an embarrasing way to end his career


    if he goes to qatar which he rejected he wouldve gotten $2 million
    now why would he go to mls for maybe $200,000


    hes done done
     
  7. Toffees_rule

    Toffees_rule New Member

    Feb 11, 2000
    SFSU
    can't necessarily put a pricetag on quality of life though...maybe he wants the 'american' experience, whatever that means, so maybe he's willing to accept less money to be somewhere he's always wanted to visit or live in the short term...
     
  8. dcufan1984

    dcufan1984 Member

    Feb 17, 2002
    Club:
    DC United
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    maybe he would rather live in the states than some miniscule middle eastern country. i don't think that you are the one making the decisions here, assface.
     
  9. tomvandamn

    tomvandamn New Member

    Apr 9, 2003
    new york
    why would he live in the states
    the man has been in spain for most of his career
    a much more beautiful country than the us


    why dont you go on a plane and travel a little and youll see what im talking about
    not being a stupid american who spends his entire left without leaving the states
    ass clown


    mls is a joke so dont even start with bs
     
  10. Jacen McCullough

    Nov 23, 1998
    Maryland
    While I agree with you that there are beautiful places in Spain and the rest of the world, there are likewise places in the US that are more beautiful than in Europe. No country is "better" than another, as each offers a different selection of things to see. As for MLS being a "joke," this "joke" of a league developed the starting goalkeeper for one of your favorite teams. But, seeing the other teams you support, I'm not surprised you didn't notice.
     
  11. dark knight

    dark knight Super Moderator
    Staff Member

    Dec 15, 1999
    Club:
    Leicester City FC
    Beautiful scenery only goes so far when you have to eat Spanish food every day.
     
  12. onefineesq

    onefineesq Member+

    Sep 16, 2003
    Laurel, MD
    Club:
    DC United
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I like visiting Europe as much as the next guy. I've traveled to Spain and had a wonderful visit. But why is it that there are so many ignorant Europeans whose only retort is to accuse Americans of being stupid people who don't travel? Newsflash to you ....... many of us do in fact travel. You know why? Because we have more money than anyone else in the world TO travel. Please find something else to say, which is sensible, because the Americans don't travel angle is just really too stupid to put into words.
     
  13. Congorilla

    Congorilla New Member

    Feb 18, 1999
    Congrats spunk breath, you win moronic superpower hater of the month. Time for yer reality colonic.

    California alone rivals the "beauty" of Spain. Don't even have to put the Grand Canyon, Crested Butte, Key West, Mad River, Niagara Falls, Oahu or dozens of other American Beauties in play.

    Just drag yer sleep depravated ass back into the belly of the nearest euro trash bar and master yer daybreak domain to the far away roar of people actually ATTENDING a real game at a proper time of day.
     
  14. UncleLTrain

    UncleLTrain New Member

    May 19, 2002
    Moscow, Russia
    I lived there... more beautiful... maybe... definately more borring though. You can't front on modern day rome aka NYC.
     
  15. UncleLTrain

    UncleLTrain New Member

    May 19, 2002
    Moscow, Russia
    Actually now that I think about it St. Petersburg, Russia, Riga, Tallin, even Kiev were more fun than Spain.
     
  16. CRSvideo

    CRSvideo Member

    Jul 24, 1999
    New York, NY
    Back to the original topic, I don't think MLS (or at least the Metros) should persue him. His best days are past. After he left Real Madrid he joined Fiorentina, and became a major disappointment there. They eventually let him go for nothing (cuz they tried to sell him but nobody was interested). Not the type of player we want to bring to the Metros.
     
  17. Deuteriumoxide

    May 27, 2003
    Rockville, MD
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I dont want him. I say we put a cap of 32 years old on importing foreign players. (Sorry David Beckham, Sorry Sol Cambell)

    I don't want this league to be a place where washed up old superstars can play their retirement soccer anymore.
     
  18. 11Redknapp15

    11Redknapp15 Red Card

    Nov 30, 2003
    Fla - SC - Eire
    I agree with what you're getting at..however if the guy is comming to play then age should be of no factor. If age is a knock then we simply are a weak ten team league since our number one player,2003MVP, is none other then 40 plus Preki.

    The whole age debate could go on forever but I think we can all agree if any player wants to come here and play legitimate first team football and also help nurture our younger players, Magee, etc... then I say welcome aboard.
     
  19. Deuteriumoxide

    May 27, 2003
    Rockville, MD
    Club:
    New York Red Bulls
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Preki earned his place. These guys come in demanding high wages and time and time again don't really produce anything. Let them all go to Quatar for all I care. The oil money is better than whatever MLS has.
     
  20. tomvandamn

    tomvandamn New Member

    Apr 9, 2003
    new york
    hey thanks to the mls tim howard has been great for manu
    no doubt about it but he does have decent defenders infront of him


    but look at your boys friedel and keller-can you say disapointing this season

    then you got your mls heroes
    clint mathis who got rejected by rangers and leicester city and ruiz also rejected by leicester city

    and those 2 clubs arent the cream of europe either
    so what do you guys have to say about that?

    and about the mls when i see a soccer stadium with football lines over it
    well no need to say anything about that
     
  21. In Bob We Trust

    In Bob We Trust New Member

    Jan 5, 2003
    yo *#*#*#*#*# off...who needs you, and if our league doesnt matter, why are you wasting your time with us..
     
  22. Bilbao2Brooklyn

    Jun 20, 2001
    Brooklyn,U.S.A.
    Do you remeber when you posted this?
    tomvandamn
    BigSoccer Yellow Card


    Team: Hajduk,AC Milan, ManU
    Location: new york
    Joined: Apr 2003
    Posts: 360

    hahahhahahahahahahha

    i told all of you he isnt going to ManU

    sure now they say that theyll wait a year but alot of things can happen in a year......

    they can try some1 out and theyll forget about howard

    hahahhah mls fans





    You are an assclown.
     
  23. Brownswan

    Brownswan New Member

    Jun 30, 1999
    Port St. Lucie, FL
    It's saddens me to see tomvandam is from New York.
    I sincerely hope he isn't from New York, but is just more Eurotrash passing through, never contributing to the scene, never to be missed.

    They just come here to go to school or make money, take up apartment space, raise the rents by reducing the housing stock, and rank on our domestic league -- as in 'how dare we soil their game' with our crass Yank ways.

    The only good they do is keep some bartenders off the unemployment line, and half-a-dozen pubs open for business. Thanks for that, you can go home now.

    If he is from New York, some tar, feathers and a rail would be in order -- but hardly worth the effort. Better to shun him.
     
  24. dcufan1984

    dcufan1984 Member

    Feb 17, 2002
    Club:
    DC United
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    really? americans don't travel? then why do countries across the world compete for our tourism, jackass. places in central america and europe would go broke without north american "ass clowns" spending their money there on a regular basis.
     

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