Serbians Abroad

Discussion in 'Serbia & Montenegro' started by soccer krazy, Jun 8, 2007.

  1. BalkansFella

    BalkansFella New Member

    Jan 4, 2012
    Ajax looking to extend Sulejmani's contract

    Ajax are preparing to engage in contract talks with Miralem Sulejmani next month as they look to extend his contract. The 23-year-old forward is tied to the Eredivisie champions until the summer of 2013 but the Amsterdam giants are anxious to warn off any potential suitors by extending his contract, for at least two more years.

    “Miki has a contract with Ajax until June 2013 and he's doing a great job,” technical director Danny Blind told the Dutch daily newspaper De Telegraaf. “He is one of the players who finds the net quite easily and we're keen to keep him at the club. We will discuss his future with him next month."

    The Belgrade native who has also played for his home town team Partizan, joined Ajax from Heerenveen in 2008 for €16.25 million. Despite initially struggling to gain a regular place in the first team, the Serbia international has become a key member of the squad, scoring 11 goals in 15 Eredivisie appearances for the club this term.
  2. NickyViola

    NickyViola Member+

    May 10, 2004
    ACF Fiorentina
    Adem Ljajic is supposedly poised to get much more playing time now that we have sold Gilardino. Rumor has it that he will play up front with Stevan Jovetic this weekend.
  3. BalkansFella

    BalkansFella New Member

    Jan 4, 2012
    Liverpool eyeing Partizan Belgrade sensation Lazar Markovic

    Serbian striker Lazar Markovic is in Liverpool's sights.

    The People says Kop gaffer Kenny Dalglish is an admirer of the Partizan Belgrade sensation, 17, and sources in Serbia claim Markovic's camp have been on Merseyside to discuss the deal and a move could go through this month or be set up for the summer.

    Markovic, who is in the Michael Owen mould, is rated the best player his country has produced for years.
    Liverpool may run into work permit problems if they can agree a deal, but there is a case for Markovic being allowed into the country before he wins a full cap as an 'exceptional talent.

    Earlier this season, Markovic was quick to talk up his ambitions of joining Chelsea after learning of their interest.
  4. BalkansFella

    BalkansFella New Member

    Jan 4, 2012
    Vidic selected in FIFPro's best team of 2011

    Today at the FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala held at the Zurich Kongresshaus, Serbian international Nemanja Vidic was selected as one of the best defenders in world.

    FIFPro, the world players’ union, had invited 50,000 professional players from all over the world to select their best team of 2011, the FIFA/FIFPro WORLD XI. The honours went to the following all-star squad: Iker Casillas (Spain) in goal; Dani Alves (Brazil), Gerard Piqué (Spain), Sergio Ramos (Spain) and Nemanja Vidic (Serbia) in defence; Xabi Alonso (Spain), Andrés Iniesta (Spain) and Xavi (Spain) in midfield; and Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Lionel Messi (Argentina) and Wayne Rooney (England) up front.

    Vidic, who plays for Manchester United, has been one of the key elements in recents years for the English club. The ex-Red Star Belgrade player has been with Man. U since 2006, playing over league 160 games.
  5. BalkansFella

    BalkansFella New Member

    Jan 4, 2012
    Juventus to make offer for Dzeko and Kolarov

    Juventus are planning to make a major splash in the winter transfer window as they try to strengthen their side for the rest of the Serie A season. The italian giants have set their eyes on two of Manchester City's Balkans players, as they are trying to claim their first tittle in almost 10 years.

    The bianconeri are putting together around €45 million to bring to Turin Edin Dzeko and Aleksandar Kolarov. The Italian outfit are ready to pay €27 for Bosnian striker Dzeko, 25, and €18 for Serbia’s left-back Kolarov, 26, the British media reports.

    Juventus slipped up this week against Cagliari at home in a 1-1 draw.
  6. BalkansFella

    BalkansFella New Member

    Jan 4, 2012
    Roma interested in Groningen's Dusan Tadic

    Seria A outfit Roma, are ainterested to bring to Italy Groningen's Dusan Tadic. The Italians want to first secure a loan deal for the 23 year old with the option of making the move permanent in the summer.

    The news was confirmed by Groningen's director Hans Nijland who admitted that there's some talks going on, but hinted that a deal is miles away. Nijland told RTV/Noord that "we can not take this proposal [from Roma] seriously."

    Meanwhile Tadic's agent has also continued to fuel speculation regarding his client's departure by reportedly naming four other interested parties. Zoran Pavlovic, who represents Tadic, claimed that Koln, Wolfsburg, Borussia Monchengladbach, Schalke and Lazio are all keeping tabs on the Serb.

    Groningen however, maintain that they have yet to receive any official offers for Pavlovic's client.

    Dusan Tadic, a left winger, has impressed in the Eredivisie so far thisseason , netting three goals and bagging eight assists in 18 league matches to date, and was also a target of FC Twente last summer.
  7. BalkansFella

    BalkansFella New Member

    Jan 4, 2012
    Fenerbahce in talk with Juventus over Krasic

    Ali Yıldırım is leading Fenerbahce's negotiations with Juventus to sign Serbian international Milos Krasic on a loan deal. Krasic agent Joksimovic told Turkish newspaper Fanatik, "Fenerbahce may be in negotiations with Juventus however, I have not received an offer for Krasic as of yet."

    The 27 year old winger who has been linked with numerous English premier leagues teams this season has found himself on the fridges at Juventus since the appointment of manager Antonio Conte, and is reportedly looking for a way out the Turin based club.

    Fenerbahce are ready to pay €1 million to take the explosive winger to the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium until the season's end. According to Turkish newspaper, 'Milliyet', Krasic in a statement released through his agent Joksimovic was reported as saying, 'I am struggling to make the team at Juventus, I want to join a club where he can play regular football."
  8. davidianMH

    davidianMH New Member

    Jan 31, 2012

    i know i am in the wrong thread, but i am not able to open a new one and so i took this one.

    i'm not as well informed as you are and so i try my best here. i'm seeking informations about the defensive midfielders in your league. maybe besides partizans smiljanic/medo and red stars mijailovic. i do not hope, that i rested this case on my own by now, so please let me know :D

    which are the three main imprinting personalities in the defensive midfield? feel free to tell me about their (dis)advantages and why you like them the most. i hope to get a few replies soon and wish you all the best.

    see ya.
  9. BalkansFella

    BalkansFella New Member

    Jan 4, 2012
    Lekic scores for Osasuna in 1-1 draw

    Serbian striker Dejan Lekic scored the only goal for Osasuna as they earned a point at Sporting Gijon in a La Liga fixture that was played in a soaked terrain.

    Teh home team was first to enter the score sheet as Nacho Cases curled in a wonderful cross from the left that Carmelo Gonzalez just had to redirect past Andres Fernandez.

    Sporting Gijon was clearly the better side in the opening stage and continued to waste chances in the second half, but the visitors started gaining ground.

    Nino had a good chance for Osasuna and then in the 77th minute Lekic scored his first league goal of the season after poor marking in the Sporting defense allowed him space to head in Bertran's cross.

    Osasuna are now 9th in La Liga with 28 points, well behind the pacemakers real Madrid 55 points.
  10. BalkansFella

    BalkansFella New Member

    Jan 4, 2012
    Jankovic scores two and asists another in 3-2 Genoa win

    Genoa continued their resurgence under Pasquale Marino with a 3-2 victory over Lazio, in their Serie A encounter at Stadio Luigi Ferraris on Sunday afternoon.

    Goals from Rodrigo Palacio and a brace from Serbian Bosko Jankovic ensured the points remained with the hosts, despite the best efforts of the Biancoazzurri.

    The former Crvena Zvezda player was undoubtedly the man of the match, getting an assist as well as the two goals. He now has 5 goals in 16 matches in Serie A this season.

    Genoa move up to the 8th spot with 30 points.
  11. RedStarBg

    RedStarBg Member

    Jan 11, 2010
    FK Crvena Zvezda Beograd
    Nat'l Team:
    Lekić scored two more goals against Barcelona tonight!

    And Red Star extended Osasuna deadline to pay for him, to bad...
  12. Zeljo Fanatico

    Zeljo Fanatico Member+

    Aug 8, 2011
    3 goals against Barca in 5 days!
  13. Benfica4Life

    Benfica4Life Member

    Feb 16, 2006
    Providence, RI
    SL Benfica
    Nat'l Team:
    This thread needs to be revived!!! Too many talented Serbians abroad for this to be dead.

    As a devoted Benfica fan, I must say THANK YOU SERBIA for producing fantastic players! As many of you know, several national team players for Serbia are playing for Benfica! Matic, Fejsa, Sulejmani and my favorite Markovic are fantastic acquisitions by Benfica! Benfica has been recently investing in Serbian talent lately and it's been the best decision I've seen the club make!

    Just wanted to stop in and say, I am honestly rotating for the Serbian nataion team!
  14. Rabbi Keane

    Rabbi Keane Member

    Aug 13, 2003
    Tottenham Hotspur FC
    18 year old Milos Veljkovic on the Spurs bench for the first time today.
    Been great at youth level and has now a boss in Sherwood that's not afraid to play youngsters.
  15. Juniorcbr

    Juniorcbr Member

    Oct 11, 2013
    Düsseldorf, Germany
    Nat'l Team:
    Exactly this. Come on guys get this thread up and running. It is unreal how many good young Serbs are playing abroad now. Looking forward to great things in the coming years!
  16. DrFootball1

    DrFootball1 Member

    Jan 15, 2012
    Atletico Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    Sergej Milinkovc-Savic golazo vs Mechelen yesterday

  17. RevsLiverpool

    RevsLiverpool Member+

    Nov 12, 2005
    Liverpool FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Target acquired (a few years ago).
    In his limited time at LFC Markovic has looked out of his league. Even in Turkey on loan he was nothing special. He most recently had his loan cancelled at Sporti,g. Shame too as he was sensational for Benfica.

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