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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Trent in Andrej Mrkela debut at 16 not on Database!   
    Andrej Mrkela, the son of the great Serbian Legend Mitar Mrkela made his debut for Red Star Belgrade today at the age of 16. He is co-captain of Serbian U-17's and our captain for the U-17's is supposedly the biggest talent to come out of Serbia in 30 years! So, that can speak for itself
    Anyhow, Andrej Mrkela's father Mitar was considered at one time to be the biggest prospect in Serbian football history. His father became the youngest player in history to play for the Serbian/Yugoslavian NT at the age of 17! At that time we had many great players so it was a huge honor. Unfortunately one thing led to another and his stardom didn't last like it was supposed to. But now his son has a chance to make up for his father's loss dreams. The kid is supposedly very similar to his father. Excellent dribbling, vision, passing, and technique. I'll keep you guys updated on him for the future
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from burs in Milos Krasic   
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Ahmed in Milos Krasic   
    Milos Krasic is one hell of a player. He assisted 3 goals in Serbia's 6-1 on wednesday against Bulgaria. We dominated them so bad...The Bulgarian's looked like an ameture U-21 squad. One of the main reasons was Milos Krasic. He's the second best playmaker in the Russian League right behind Arshavin.
    Manchester United is reportedly implying that they are looking for a player like him just in case C. Ronaldo goes to Madrid. Also, Arsenal and Liverpool are after him.
    On a good day, Milos Krasic can be a World Class winger without a doubt. Lately he's been more consistent than ever. He's always top 2-3 players in every game for CSKA. If you don't believe me then check
    People have been calling him the Serbian Nedved for years now and finally I see the resemblence. He's pace is out of this world. So is his vision

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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from up gunners in Serbian Talents and Risers   
    First the Serbian SuperLiga
    I believe our league starts in 8 days.......... I'm expecting good things from Zvezda, Partizan, Vojvodina, and OFK- in that order-
    Now, i'll have to predict that currently Zoran Tosic from Partizan is playing very beautiful football ATM in the Olympics and for Partizan. He's in form and has been for a while. I'd say he'll be a good riser.
    Dusan Tadic is an excellent dribbler. Some say he's the future of Serbia in some aspects. He's very smart and does everything well. He just needs to go 1-on-1 more often. He's Vojvodina's Capitain at the age of 19 and is def their best player by far.
    Danijel Aleksic is going to be a huge riser. If SM is only going to give him a 79 then by the end of the season he should be at 85/86+...especially after the European Competition. If he does good in the U19 and if Serbia qualify for U21
    then he'll most likely get a call up to our U21 squad as well. Shame he didn't go to Olympics. =/
    Nenad Krsticic stats keep increasing year to year. This guy is something else. He's got good vision and he's a very solid player. I expect a great rise from him as well. He's def. OFK's best player and is barely turning 18
    Of course i've already talked about Adem Ljajic in his own thread
    Huge prospect for future.
    Ljubomir Fejsa came to Partizan for the biggest amount of money Partizan has spent on a domestic players since buying the Real Madrid Legend-Predrag Mijatovic- He's only 19. He plays defensive midfielder. His passing is beautiful. He's with the Olympic team now and is doing a decent job. Once he gets fit in with Partizan I see good things coming from him as well.
    Also, Predrag Pavlovic...He just came to Red Star Belgarde and is going to be one of our best players no doubt about it. Many videos of him on youtube. He's a very influential player.
    I'll just add some other names down here as well.
    *= very good player ATM
    Partizan
    Ivan Obradovic, Marko Jovanovic, Moreira*, Juca*, Milos Bogunovic, Diarra*, Nenad Marinkovic, Zoran Tosic*, Ljubomir Fejsa*
    Red Star Belgrade
    Sasa Stamenkovic*, Segundo Castillo*, Igor Burzanovic*, Ognjen Koroman, Nenad Milijas*, Edgar, Boban Maksimovic, Pavle Ninkov*, Predrag Pavlovic*
    Vojvodina
    Dusan Tadic*, Danijel Aleksic*, Igor Djuric*, Vuk Mitosevic, Zeljko Brkic, Zarko Lazetic
    Cukaricki Stankom
    Milan Vilotic*, Nebojsa Marinkovic*, Milan Bojovic, Lazar Popovic
    OFK Belgrade
    Bojan Saranov, Nenad Krsticic*, Andrija Kaludjerovic*, Dalibor Veselinovic, Rodoljub Marjanovic, Igor Misan*, William Artur De Oliveira*, Djordje Ivelja
    Borac Cacak
    Darko Lazetic*, Milos Stojcev, Bojan Pavlovic
    Hajduk Kula
    Drako Fejsa*, Nikola Komazec, Branislav Trajkovic
    This is pretty much all the best players in Serbian League.
    The best are from Partizan, Red Star, Vojvodina, and OFK....
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Seftinho in Serbian Talents and Risers   
    Re: Serbian Talents and Risers
    A collection of Serbian talent that I made:
    Nemanja Matic- He is on trial with some EPL clubs is quite the talent as well. Joined the Serbian squad for the Denmark games and hasn't had much time but already scored 2 goals against Israel in the last friendly. He's very technically gifted and quite pacy for a tall guy. Very much reminds me of a weaker version of Ibrahimovic.

    Stefan Babovic- has had some heart problems and injuries lately but he's one of our more talented right wingers at the moment. He can also play as a forward at times. He's got great technique and speed. He needs to bulk up and fix that heart problem of his if he can =/
    He also has a International caps for Serbia at A team level.
    He scores the 3rd and 4th goals----
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5IKyrLSBOo
    Ivan Obradovic- He's still playing at Partizan, although not for long. He has interests from Ajax, Fiorentina, and Juventus at the moment. He scored a beautiful goal in the WC qualifier for Serbia against Austria. It was one of the best goals in the competition so far if I have to say so myself. He plays as a LB as well.

    Dusan Tadic- I really think this kid has a lot of potential. He has incredible passing and dribbling skills that he would def. improve on if he leaves his current club of Vojvodina. He just needs to go more 1-on-1 against the opposition. Other than that, he was our second best player at the Olympics(IMO).
    Danijel Aleksic- Is wanted by almost every club in the world. Arsenal to be on top of him because of Wenger's early scouting and it's heard that he's already made a top bid for him. Aleksic is the youngest player to ever appear in the Serbian Superliga. I believe Dejan Stankovic used to be the youngest and look where he is now. Also, Sergio Aguerro is the only other player that me and Zoric know who debuted for the A-team at the age of 15. He finished joint-top scorer in the U-17 competition last year. He was the only player to score 5 goals in the final tournament round. He favorite goal is the scissor kick, as you can see here in these videos.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOjTeNZ6owA

    another goal; very nice

    Adem Ljajic- I'm pretty sure everyone in the world already knows about him. According to many sources, he's one of the top 5 talents his generation in the world. He's one of the biggest talents to have ever come out of Serbia. Danijel Aleksic is the another.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAq3BzV9u6s&feature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UOcFAFJ3zw&feature=related
    Aleksandar Ignjovski- Honestly, this is the only player that I know that can literally play any position on the field. I've heard he plays from time to time as a right/left winger. Then he plays right/left back. Then he switches to striker/supporting striker/attacking midfielder. Then he goes to right/left midfield and even defensive midfielder. I also heard that he plays as CB! Here's an excellent goal of his from the match where Serbia crushed England's U-19 and claimed firist position. He already plays for OFK Belgrade's first team at such a tender age.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjRCmRUALfk
    Milos Krasic- I don't know who was talking down upon Milos Krasic but all I can say is that he's one of our most promising player. There's a reason why the media compares him to a Pavel Nedved sort of player.
    I think this video says enough about Krasic and that United are interested in bringing him in if Ronaldo leaves.

    Vladimir Stojkovic- Serbia's all-time best goalkeeper. His only problem is that he's mentally retarded(not literally)..He just doesn't cope well with clubs. He throws bottles at his coaches and ditches trainings. Not to mention that when he got thrown out of Sporting Lisobon, Everton offered him a trial and he never showed up..talk about lazy.

    Branislav Ivanovic- Finally broke through Chelsea's first team. Who know's if he'll keep that position or not but he's one hell of a defender and is excellent in the air. He was one of the best players at the U-21 competition in 07 and was capitain of finalists Serbia.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqxZBQM4XkQ&feature=related
    Bosko Jankovic- He's Serbia's most technical player in my opinion. He reminds me of a weaker version of C. Ronaldo from the dribbling and running. He's just way too lazy and doesn't do much at club level, much like Vladimir Stojkovic. Poor mentality in other words.
    Awesome long shot goals from him:

    Tell me at 3:15 that this is not C. Ronaldo----
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gt_4IdotmN4&feature=related
    Aleksandar Kolarov- He has one of the best left foots on the planet. His free kicks are out of this world, thus called the "New Mihajlovic" or "New Roberto Carlos"

    Milan Jovanovic- Serbia's current best player. He's wanted by Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. He's got excellent pace and unusual technique for a striker. Just look at this video and at 2:30. Amazing

    Zoran Tosic- Manchester United are supposidly picking him up on January 1st for about 8 million euros. Just a year and a half ago he was playing for a low team in Serbian SuperLiga and was playing as a left-back. Djukic brought him to the youth team and made him a left winger. Tosic never looked back ..He keeps improving game after game and people are dubbing him the next Sinisa Mihajlovic from his great free kicks..

    Gojko Kacar- His physical toughness is just as good as his mental toughness. This could also be because his uncle(Tadija Kacar) was a world class boxer in the lightweight division. Kacar showed that in 2007 U-21 when he went up against 5 English guys after a controversial goal. He scored 5 goals against Hungaries U-21 a few months ago as a midfielder! He could have had more according to many people. His heading ability is class. His defending is class. His dribbling is class. His shooting is class. I can say with confidence that he is our most well-rounded player in a really long time. He can play pretty much anywhere on the field with excellence. Real Madrid is very much interested in him along with every other club in the world
    Old video but whatever. Someone needs to make a new one for his youtube promotional video

    Miralem Sulejmani- Won Dutch youth player of the year award last season after an impressive 15 goals and 10 assists for a lower rated club in Holland. He transfered to Ajax over the summer for 16.25 million euros! This was a dutch intake all-time transfer record. I admit that he's not as fit as most other players but he works it well. He was injured earlier in the season but seems to be back in his old goal scoring form. I expect many many goals from him in the future. Hopefully in a season or two at Real Madrid/Chelsea, where he almost went before his manager convinced him to stay in Holland for a bit longer.


    Zdravko Kuzmanovic- He can play anywhere in the midfield and as effectively as a right winger. He also plays defensive midfielder from time to time. Zdravko is tooted as the next Pirlo. He's been wanted by Arsenal and Madrid for some time now. Kuzmanovic is very pacy and has excellent dribbling skills. He just needs to work on fitness because he seems to get subbed in and out quite frequently. I'm not sure if it's tactics or not from Fiorentina's side but it's getting quite annoying.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKzP7KwLcjI&feature=related

    Other mentionable names:
    Serbian A NT: Nenad Milijas, Danko Lazovic, Antonio Rukavina, Milos Ninkovic, Neven Subotic(if he chooses Serbia), Marko Basa and Aleksandar Lukovic for now.
    U-21: Nikola Gulan, Ljubomir Fejsa, Nikola Gulan, Marko Milinkovic, Predrag Pavlovic and Marko Jovanovic.
    U-19: Danijel Aleksic, Adem Ljajic, Nenad Krsticic, Vujadin Savic, Darko Lazovic, Petar Skuletic, Milan Milanovic, and Aleksandar Ignjovski.
    U-17: Filip Djuricic*, Djordje Susnjar, Andrej Mrkela, Jovan Vucinic, and Nenad Lukic.
    * Besides Danijel Aleksic and Adem Ljajic, it is believed to be said that Filip Djuricic is one of the very few potential world class talents to come out of Serbia. Red Star sold him to Olympiakos not too long ago and supposidly have him back now but interests from Ajax after a small tournament in Greece are very high now. Look out for this one guys
    I will do another one of these very soon after the 2008/2009 season most likely. And another after the summer of 2009(aka U-21/U-19/U-17) tournamnets.
    Hope this was enough information and enjoy your days fellas
    And Krstajic, up and coming goalkeeper :pp

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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Ivan1993 in Danijel Aleksic   
    I just read an article from him a few weeks ago that Manchester United offered him a trial like they did to Adem Ljajic but he declined saying..."If I go..I'm afraid that I might think that have become some kind of star and would stop working as hard as I am. I believe that one day I will be at a big club." He also expressed his wishes of going to Ajax or PSV after he's done with Vojvodina. A lot of strikers shine over there. EX: Sulejmani
    Here's his goal from this last weekend.

    Here are some videos of him doing his trademark goal......

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOjTeNZ6owA
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from MU4LIFE in Espanyol Players   
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Keith Fitz in Serbian Talents and Risers   
    First the Serbian SuperLiga
    I believe our league starts in 8 days.......... I'm expecting good things from Zvezda, Partizan, Vojvodina, and OFK- in that order-
    Now, i'll have to predict that currently Zoran Tosic from Partizan is playing very beautiful football ATM in the Olympics and for Partizan. He's in form and has been for a while. I'd say he'll be a good riser.
    Dusan Tadic is an excellent dribbler. Some say he's the future of Serbia in some aspects. He's very smart and does everything well. He just needs to go 1-on-1 more often. He's Vojvodina's Capitain at the age of 19 and is def their best player by far.
    Danijel Aleksic is going to be a huge riser. If SM is only going to give him a 79 then by the end of the season he should be at 85/86+...especially after the European Competition. If he does good in the U19 and if Serbia qualify for U21
    then he'll most likely get a call up to our U21 squad as well. Shame he didn't go to Olympics. =/
    Nenad Krsticic stats keep increasing year to year. This guy is something else. He's got good vision and he's a very solid player. I expect a great rise from him as well. He's def. OFK's best player and is barely turning 18
    Of course i've already talked about Adem Ljajic in his own thread
    Huge prospect for future.
    Ljubomir Fejsa came to Partizan for the biggest amount of money Partizan has spent on a domestic players since buying the Real Madrid Legend-Predrag Mijatovic- He's only 19. He plays defensive midfielder. His passing is beautiful. He's with the Olympic team now and is doing a decent job. Once he gets fit in with Partizan I see good things coming from him as well.
    Also, Predrag Pavlovic...He just came to Red Star Belgarde and is going to be one of our best players no doubt about it. Many videos of him on youtube. He's a very influential player.
    I'll just add some other names down here as well.
    *= very good player ATM
    Partizan
    Ivan Obradovic, Marko Jovanovic, Moreira*, Juca*, Milos Bogunovic, Diarra*, Nenad Marinkovic, Zoran Tosic*, Ljubomir Fejsa*
    Red Star Belgrade
    Sasa Stamenkovic*, Segundo Castillo*, Igor Burzanovic*, Ognjen Koroman, Nenad Milijas*, Edgar, Boban Maksimovic, Pavle Ninkov*, Predrag Pavlovic*
    Vojvodina
    Dusan Tadic*, Danijel Aleksic*, Igor Djuric*, Vuk Mitosevic, Zeljko Brkic, Zarko Lazetic
    Cukaricki Stankom
    Milan Vilotic*, Nebojsa Marinkovic*, Milan Bojovic, Lazar Popovic
    OFK Belgrade
    Bojan Saranov, Nenad Krsticic*, Andrija Kaludjerovic*, Dalibor Veselinovic, Rodoljub Marjanovic, Igor Misan*, William Artur De Oliveira*, Djordje Ivelja
    Borac Cacak
    Darko Lazetic*, Milos Stojcev, Bojan Pavlovic
    Hajduk Kula
    Drako Fejsa*, Nikola Komazec, Branislav Trajkovic
    This is pretty much all the best players in Serbian League.
    The best are from Partizan, Red Star, Vojvodina, and OFK....
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Addy in Serbian Talents and Risers   
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from TomOwen in Serbian Talents and Risers   
    First the Serbian SuperLiga
    I believe our league starts in 8 days.......... I'm expecting good things from Zvezda, Partizan, Vojvodina, and OFK- in that order-
    Now, i'll have to predict that currently Zoran Tosic from Partizan is playing very beautiful football ATM in the Olympics and for Partizan. He's in form and has been for a while. I'd say he'll be a good riser.
    Dusan Tadic is an excellent dribbler. Some say he's the future of Serbia in some aspects. He's very smart and does everything well. He just needs to go 1-on-1 more often. He's Vojvodina's Capitain at the age of 19 and is def their best player by far.
    Danijel Aleksic is going to be a huge riser. If SM is only going to give him a 79 then by the end of the season he should be at 85/86+...especially after the European Competition. If he does good in the U19 and if Serbia qualify for U21
    then he'll most likely get a call up to our U21 squad as well. Shame he didn't go to Olympics. =/
    Nenad Krsticic stats keep increasing year to year. This guy is something else. He's got good vision and he's a very solid player. I expect a great rise from him as well. He's def. OFK's best player and is barely turning 18
    Of course i've already talked about Adem Ljajic in his own thread
    Huge prospect for future.
    Ljubomir Fejsa came to Partizan for the biggest amount of money Partizan has spent on a domestic players since buying the Real Madrid Legend-Predrag Mijatovic- He's only 19. He plays defensive midfielder. His passing is beautiful. He's with the Olympic team now and is doing a decent job. Once he gets fit in with Partizan I see good things coming from him as well.
    Also, Predrag Pavlovic...He just came to Red Star Belgarde and is going to be one of our best players no doubt about it. Many videos of him on youtube. He's a very influential player.
    I'll just add some other names down here as well.
    *= very good player ATM
    Partizan
    Ivan Obradovic, Marko Jovanovic, Moreira*, Juca*, Milos Bogunovic, Diarra*, Nenad Marinkovic, Zoran Tosic*, Ljubomir Fejsa*
    Red Star Belgrade
    Sasa Stamenkovic*, Segundo Castillo*, Igor Burzanovic*, Ognjen Koroman, Nenad Milijas*, Edgar, Boban Maksimovic, Pavle Ninkov*, Predrag Pavlovic*
    Vojvodina
    Dusan Tadic*, Danijel Aleksic*, Igor Djuric*, Vuk Mitosevic, Zeljko Brkic, Zarko Lazetic
    Cukaricki Stankom
    Milan Vilotic*, Nebojsa Marinkovic*, Milan Bojovic, Lazar Popovic
    OFK Belgrade
    Bojan Saranov, Nenad Krsticic*, Andrija Kaludjerovic*, Dalibor Veselinovic, Rodoljub Marjanovic, Igor Misan*, William Artur De Oliveira*, Djordje Ivelja
    Borac Cacak
    Darko Lazetic*, Milos Stojcev, Bojan Pavlovic
    Hajduk Kula
    Drako Fejsa*, Nikola Komazec, Branislav Trajkovic
    This is pretty much all the best players in Serbian League.
    The best are from Partizan, Red Star, Vojvodina, and OFK....
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from BenReado in Serbian Talents and Risers   
    First the Serbian SuperLiga
    I believe our league starts in 8 days.......... I'm expecting good things from Zvezda, Partizan, Vojvodina, and OFK- in that order-
    Now, i'll have to predict that currently Zoran Tosic from Partizan is playing very beautiful football ATM in the Olympics and for Partizan. He's in form and has been for a while. I'd say he'll be a good riser.
    Dusan Tadic is an excellent dribbler. Some say he's the future of Serbia in some aspects. He's very smart and does everything well. He just needs to go 1-on-1 more often. He's Vojvodina's Capitain at the age of 19 and is def their best player by far.
    Danijel Aleksic is going to be a huge riser. If SM is only going to give him a 79 then by the end of the season he should be at 85/86+...especially after the European Competition. If he does good in the U19 and if Serbia qualify for U21
    then he'll most likely get a call up to our U21 squad as well. Shame he didn't go to Olympics. =/
    Nenad Krsticic stats keep increasing year to year. This guy is something else. He's got good vision and he's a very solid player. I expect a great rise from him as well. He's def. OFK's best player and is barely turning 18
    Of course i've already talked about Adem Ljajic in his own thread
    Huge prospect for future.
    Ljubomir Fejsa came to Partizan for the biggest amount of money Partizan has spent on a domestic players since buying the Real Madrid Legend-Predrag Mijatovic- He's only 19. He plays defensive midfielder. His passing is beautiful. He's with the Olympic team now and is doing a decent job. Once he gets fit in with Partizan I see good things coming from him as well.
    Also, Predrag Pavlovic...He just came to Red Star Belgarde and is going to be one of our best players no doubt about it. Many videos of him on youtube. He's a very influential player.
    I'll just add some other names down here as well.
    *= very good player ATM
    Partizan
    Ivan Obradovic, Marko Jovanovic, Moreira*, Juca*, Milos Bogunovic, Diarra*, Nenad Marinkovic, Zoran Tosic*, Ljubomir Fejsa*
    Red Star Belgrade
    Sasa Stamenkovic*, Segundo Castillo*, Igor Burzanovic*, Ognjen Koroman, Nenad Milijas*, Edgar, Boban Maksimovic, Pavle Ninkov*, Predrag Pavlovic*
    Vojvodina
    Dusan Tadic*, Danijel Aleksic*, Igor Djuric*, Vuk Mitosevic, Zeljko Brkic, Zarko Lazetic
    Cukaricki Stankom
    Milan Vilotic*, Nebojsa Marinkovic*, Milan Bojovic, Lazar Popovic
    OFK Belgrade
    Bojan Saranov, Nenad Krsticic*, Andrija Kaludjerovic*, Dalibor Veselinovic, Rodoljub Marjanovic, Igor Misan*, William Artur De Oliveira*, Djordje Ivelja
    Borac Cacak
    Darko Lazetic*, Milos Stojcev, Bojan Pavlovic
    Hajduk Kula
    Drako Fejsa*, Nikola Komazec, Branislav Trajkovic
    This is pretty much all the best players in Serbian League.
    The best are from Partizan, Red Star, Vojvodina, and OFK....
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Seftinho in Biggest Upcoming Risers   
    Re: Biggest Upcoming Risers
    I believe our league starts in 8 days.......... I'm expecting good things from Zvezda, Partizan, Vojvodina, and OFK- in that order-
    Now, i'll have to predict that currently Zoran Tosic from Partizan is playing very beautiful football ATM in the Olympics and for Partizan. He's in form and has been for a while. I'd say he'll be a good riser.
    Dusan Tadic is an excellent dribbler. Some say he's the future of Serbia in some aspects. He's very smart and does everything well. He just needs to go 1-on-1 more often. He's Vojvodina's Capitain at the age of 19 and is def their best player by far.
    Danijel Aleksic is going to be a huge riser. If SM is only going to give him a 79 then by the end of the season he should be at 85/86+...especially after the European Competition. If he does good in the U19 and if Serbia qualify for U21
    then he'll most likely get a call up to our U21 squad as well. Shame he didn't go to Olympics. =/
    Nenad Krsticic stats keep increasing year to year. This guy is something else. He's got good vision and he's a very solid player. I expect a great rise from him as well. He's def. OFK's best player and is barely turning 18
    Of course i've already talked about Adem Ljajic in his own thread
    Huge prospect for future.
    Ljubomir Fejsa came to Partizan for the biggest amount of money Partizan has spent on a domestic players since buying the Real Madrid Legend-Predrag Mijatovic- He's only 19. He plays defensive midfielder. His passing is beautiful. He's with the Olympic team now and is doing a decent job. Once he gets fit in with Partizan I see good things coming from him as well.
    Also, Predrag Pavlovic...He just came to Red Star Belgarde and is going to be one of our best players no doubt about it. Many videos of him on youtube. He's a very influential player.
    I'll just add some other names down here as well.
    *= very good player ATM
    Partizan
    Ivan Obradovic, Marko Jovanovic, Moreira*, Juca*, Milos Bogunovic, Diarra*, Nenad Marinkovic, Zoran Tosic*, Ljubomir Fejsa*
    Red Star Belgrade
    Sasa Stamenkovic*, Segundo Castillo*, Igor Burzanovic*, Ognjen Koroman, Nenad Milijas*, Edgar, Boban Maksimovic, Pavle Ninkov*, Predrag Pavlovic*
    Vojvodina
    Dusan Tadic*, Danijel Aleksic*, Igor Djuric*, Vuk Mitosevic, Zeljko Brkic, Zarko Lazetic
    Cukaricki Stankom
    Milan Vilotic*, Nebojsa Marinkovic*, Milan Bojovic, Lazar Popovic
    OFK Belgrade
    Bojan Saranov, Nenad Krsticic*, Andrija Kaludjerovic*, Dalibor Veselinovic, Rodoljub Marjanovic, Igor Misan*, William Artur De Oliveira*, Djordje Ivelja
    Borac Cacak
    Darko Lazetic*, Milos Stojcev, Bojan Pavlovic
    Hajduk Kula
    Drako Fejsa*, Nikola Komazec, Branislav Trajkovic
    This is pretty much all the best players in Serbian League.
    The best are from Partizan, Red Star, Vojvodina, and OFK....
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from ScOuT in Marko Mitrovic   
    This upcoming year a new U17 starlet is yet to be awoken!
    Marko Mitrovic was bought my Chelsea during the winter transfer market of 2008. In Sweden they call him the next Ibrahimovic. The starlet has a chance to play for Sweden or Serbia in the future. Currently, he's playing with the U17 team of Sweden and recently they played a couple of preperation games for the European Championship that's coming up very soon.
    Marko Mitrovic ended up scoring 7 goals in 4 games!
    Here are some of the games:
    Nordisk Pojkturnering - Grupp A
    Sweden 1-2 Denmark
    1-0 (36') Marko Mitrović, 1-1 (72') Fredrik Grytkjær, 1-2 (80'+2) Christian D Eriksen.
    Sweden: Rikard Hallin, Mattias Johansson, Elliot Lindberg, Oscar Lewicki, Anton Norberg, William Atashkadeh (Damir Puškar, 41), Hampus Bohman ©, Niklas Maripuu (Sandeep Mankoo, 78), Daniel Ålund, Alex Nilsson (Trimi Makolli, 57), Marko Mitrović (Per Frick, 68).
    Nordisk Pojkturnering - Grupp A
    Sweden 5-1 Scotland
    1-0 (6') Per Frick, 2-0 (12') Alex Nilsson, 3-0 (16') Daniel Ålund, 3-1 (50') Max Wright, penalty, 4-1 (59') Marko Mitrović, 5-1 (61') Marko Mitrović.
    Sweden: Rikard Hallin; Mattias Johansson (Elliot Lindberg, 41), Sandeep Mankoo, Oscar Lewicki (Adam Modin, 68'), Anton Norberg; Daniel Ålund (Damir Puškar, 77'), Abdullah Khalili, Hampus Bohman © (Niklas Maripuu, 76'), Per Frick (William Atashkadeh, 41), Marko Mitrović, Alex Nilsson (Trimi Makolli, 67').
    Nordisk Pojkturnering - Grupp A
    Sweden 5-1 Faroe Islands
    1-0 (13') Marko Mitrović, 2-0 (23') Marko Mitrović, 3-0 (35') Trimi Makolli, 3-1 (51') Helgi Samson, 4-1 (53') Niklas Maripuu, 5-1 (75') Sandeep Mankoo.
    Sweden: Jacob Stenblom; Elliot Lindberg, Sandeep Mankoo, Adam Modin, Anton Norberg (Mattias Johansson 50'); William Atashkadeh (Alex Nilsson 41'), Abdullah Khalili (Oscar Lewicki 56'), Hampus Bohman © (Niklas Maripuu 30'), Daniel Ålund (Damir Puskar 41'); Trimi Makolli, 16 Marko Mitrović (Per Frick 41').
    Nordisk Pojkturnering - Final
    Sweden 2-5 Norway
    1-0 (1') Marko Mitrović, 2-0 (8') Marko Mitrović, penalty, 2-1 (42') Mustafa Bakenga, 2-2 (56') Ruben Gabrielsen, 2-3 (81') Own goal, 2-4 (91') Etzaz Hussein, 2-5 (100') Markus Henriksen.
    Sweden: Rikard Hallin; Elliot Lindberg, Sandeep Mankoo (Per Frick, 94'), Oscar Lewicki, Anton Norberg (Mattias Johansson, 41'); Trimi Makolli (William Atashkadeh, 54'), Niklas Maripuu (Abdullah Khalili, 65'), Hampus Bohman ©, Daniel Ålund; Alex Nilsson, Marko Mitrović.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from arsenal 4 ever in chelsea rb problem   
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    I thought Lahms natural position is LB??
    If he plays same on RB then def. get him.
    He's one for the future and is one of the best defenders in the world at the moment. Plus, his offensive game adds a great boost to your teams attack.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Biscuit in Players from the Balkans   
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    Well, Milan Smiljanic was born in Sweden and he played for their youth clubs until someone from Partizan scouted him and wanted him to come to Serbia.
    He was more than glad to come.
    Ummm. Marko Basa is an extremely good defender. He headers the ball as well as Vidic ....But as I know, he's stated that he doesn't want to play for a National Team becuase he doesn't want to choose between Serbia and Montenegro. =/
    But at least we have Neven Subotic rising through the ranks and the Serbian FA has already contacted him as well as Terzic and have spoken to his parents. His dad is really inerested in him playing for Serbia =D.
    He's worth about 2.5 million euros and just transfered to Borussia Dortmund.
    Danijel Subotic is doing quite well in Portsmouth. He's been playing with their reserves. He's scored a couple of goals and the coach has stated that he will be getting some first team action next year. He's fast, can control the ball well, and he has good skills.
    Marko Marin has decided to play for Germany, even though they cut him from the squad before the Euros.
    Too bad he didn't play against Serbia. I'm sure someone would have crushed his legs for all the fake things he's been saying to the media. lol
    Denis Petric, Slovenian born goalie has decided to get a Serbian passport today and play for Serbian NT in the future. He's 19 years old and play in France's Auxere. He's extremely talented according to many.
    Bojan Krkic shut down Spain for Euros and is still wondering about which NT he will play for. Catalonia, Serbia, or Spain.
    Of course Catalonia is not a country, so it's only between Serbia and Spain. He's having mixed feelings at the moment. (Lets pray guys)
    Marko Matic plays for Netherlands u-19 squad and scored a goal in the qualifiers. Although he was injured for the main tournament, he is still regarded to be in the u-21 squad next season. His feelings for Serbia are unknown at the moment. I'm sure we'll hear of him in the future.
    Nikola Saric plays for Denmark u-17 and is 1 year younger than everyone else. He's considered in Denmark to be the biggest talent in 50 years from their country. Both of his parents are Serbian and he's expressed that he would like to play for either Denmark, Serbia, or Bosnia in the future. He signed with SV Hamburg from Germany not too recently. Huge prospect in my opinion.
    Nikon Jevtic, still regards himself as one of the biggest talents at the age of 14 in the world, as i've personally talked to him. He also said that he might be going to Liverpool because Schalke fired his brother and the only reason he came to Schalke was because his brother was assistant coach there and he could continue training with him. He's also a Zvezdas =D
    I'll continue to add other talents.
    I know there is a u-19 Ajax Serbian player. I forgot his name at the moment but it starts with a V...I think Vastic =D.
    A 15 year old Serbian Radovan just signed with Heerenveen.
    Another good prospect.
    There are a lot of Serbs in diaspora and i'm really dissapointed in our FA for not trying harder to research this like I have been doing .....
    Maybe they should hire me..I'd be more than willing.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from El Capitane in Players from the Balkans   
    Re: Players from the Balkans
    Well, he is in Fiorentina and I heard Kuzmanovic has been helping him a lot and they've become good friends..
    Football wise- He's doing well at practices and is proving himself well. The coach has stated that he might be getting good playing time next season.
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Jasenjin in Players from the Balkans   
    Re: Players from the Balkans
    So, pretty much I don't play this game but i've come to inform you guys on some new things..
    Danijel Aleksic would be the best investment at the moment. I have him as a friend on facebook and he said that he will be going to Manchester United a couple of season, as he has already talked to their people and agreed after a couple of more years at Vojvodina that the transfer will be made.
    He was the scoring leader in the u-17 European competition this season.
    He single-handidly led Serbia to the final group stages.
    Here is one of the overhead goals he's scored:

    Very beautiful if I must say so.
    Another player from Vojvodina would have to be Tadic. He's one to look for in the next season. He scored 6 goals in the last 8 or 9 games. Really on a roll finishing the season. After Kacar left, he has become the true capitain of this team...or at least until Aleksic gets some more experience.
    Nenad Krsticic is an extremely talented midfielder. Him and Ljubomir Fejsa are ones to look for in the future. I forsee Krsticic in the A National Team in about a year or so. Fejsa has already a cap to his name. Fejsa will most likely go to Partizan this summer for about 2-3 million euros. Lots of money for a club like Partizan, but he would be worth every penny. Since they sold Jovetic for 8 million euros and won the domestic cup + league, this will be an buy for them. I expect a good run by OFK next year. They have a lot of good youngsters in their squad such as Krsticic and the lazy/talented Milos Bosancic. Also, from their u-19 squad I expect Aleksandar Ignjovski and Goran Brkic to move up to their first team after an exciting u-17 run that they gave. Both are involved in that video of Aleksic's goals. Ignjovski assisting the first goal and Brkic the second =D.
    One player that I think is the second most talented youngster in the Serbian SuperLiga is Adem Ljajic. He was our second best player at the u-17 competition this season and is Serbia's future playmaker. He plays for Partizan's youth and I expect him to get a shot next year at their first team squad in the league.
    Here are some of his videos from last year. He has improved greatly since then =D
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ldr6OZMbQvg
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=8bzaPlEvM4E
    In partizan, I must say Zoran Tosic is a great investment. I presonally don't see very many great things from him, but Djukic loves him and almost always starts him. He's quick and can score from the midfield. Of course we all know about Jovetic, but he's moving to Fiorentina. Ivan Obradovic is a great defender and another good defender, who I expect to see in Partizans first squad next season is Nenad Adamovic. Petar Skuletic, Veljko Vukovic, and Branislav Jankovic are some other names that might be for the future.
    Veljko Vukovic just scored two goals yesterday in Serbia's u-19 qualifying tournament for the final group stage against Belarus. We won 4-0
    England tomorrow!!
    Anyhow, from Zvezda I would have to say two youngsters that were dubbed the future of Zvezda were Vujadin Savic and Milan Prso. Both did extremely well for our u-17 but then dissapeared. Maybe they just had a early 'growth spurt' in their football lives but who knows. I'd keep an eye on them since they are still both very young-18.
    Pavle Ninkov is an extremely talented right back. Just came to Zvezda during the winter transfers.
    Dejan Milovanovic is leaving this summer to a bigger club. Nenad Milijas is leaving this summer as well....At some time German giants- Bayern were interested in him.
    Dusan Basta used to be extremely talented at a younger age but recieved a bad injury and never returned the same. I'd still keep an eye out for him in the future .
    Two other players in the SuperLiga to look out for are Goran Smiljanic- once dubbed to be going to Barcelona and Vuk Mitosevic- played really well in the u-17 competition.
    In the Prva liga Telekom Srbija. I must say the only good player that I know of is Nemanja Kojic-18 years of age and is Serbia's best u-19 striker at the point. During the summer, i'm sure Partizan and Zvezda will be all over him.
    I don't follow the Prva Liga that much since it's kinda hard living in the US and all
    I'm 17 years old as well, so I have school and girls , don't have time to follow that stuff.
    From our A National Team.
    I'd say Miralem Sulejmani- going to Ajax this summer. According to Holland news, he signed a 4 year contract with them but the transfer fee is undisclosed. Or at least until summer time when it's official. He is extremely talented and Chelsea + Real Madrid were all over his signing but Ajax got to him first because Miki's agent told him to stay in Holland for a couple more seasons and make a name for himself like Huntelaar(good choice)
    He was also named Holland Talent of the year and recieved the award for Johan Cruijff- The Legend Himself-
    Slobodan Rajkovic has been awesome lately. He was the best player on pitch last saturday in Serbia's dissapointing 1-1 draw in Ireland, after we allowed a goal in the 90+ minute =/. Rajkovic will be going to Chelsea in a season or two. He'll get great experience next season in the Champions League. No doubt about that =D.
    Zdravko Kuzmanovic has been Fiorentina's best youth football player. He played more games this season on the pitch than any other Viola player. Even more than Adrian Mutu! .. According to the Italians, he's tipped as the next Pirlo!!
    Gojko Kacar, has been Hertha Berlins 3rd best player so far this season. Right after Pantelic-1 and the Brazilian-2(forgot his name) =/
    Kacar seemed to adapt extremely well in the German League and just recently scored his first goal in the Bundesliga! He's a versatile player, who can play anywhere on pitch, but his best position is playing as a defensive midfielder alongside Zdravko Kuzmanovic.
    Branislav Ivanovic hasn't appeared this season for Chelsea because he came at a hectic time and they were chasing the Domestic League title and Champions League. He didn't have time to fit in.
    He said though next year will be much better for him and he'll get playing time for sure!
    Milan Smiljanic- aka Lola- has been a great addition to our national team. He played for Swedish youth before joining our national team. He already has a goal to his name and plays alongside Kuzmanovic as a defensive midfielder. Him and Kacar switch often. He plays for Espanyol Barcelona and has done a decent job this season. He's sometimes invisible on the pitch but always gets the dirty job done when needed.
    Bosko Jankovic finally got a new coach and everything from there in Palermo went uphill for him. After Amauri leaves to Juventus this summer, his coach said that they will build a team around Jankovic. He also got his first domestic goal not too long ago. Juventus wanted to buy him as well as Bayern Munich, since his price is still low, for having a bad coach who didn't play him all season, so they figured they could steal him from Palermo, but Jankovic's coach will not let him go.
    Some other players to look out for-----
    Nikola Gulan who just scored for our u-19 yesterday in a win over Belarusia 4-0. He's also a friend of mine on youtube
    Stefan Babovic who has become if not the best player in Nantes this season, alongside with Filip Djordjevic, who went on a dashing scoring run at the middle to the end of the season. Babovic played against Ireland last weekend but was practically invisible and missed a 1-on-1opprotunity to score for us =/... Shows that he is not ready for A Team material yet.
    Aleksandar Kolarov has established himself as the best left-back for Lazio. His defense is a little shaky and that is the reason as to why he doesn't start for Serbia. But let me tell you....That left foot of his is golden. In a couple of years everyone will know his name. Trust you me =D
    Antonio Rukavina is a great offesnive right back but he's way too shaky if you ask me on the defensive end the most.
    Danko Lazovic is a quite talented sriker. He's about 24-25 now. Hitting his mid-ages. He starts for Serbia and plays very well for PSV but finished off the season poorly. Mainly played as a sub the remainder of the season. I'm thinking it was due to his injury problem and fatigue. I can assure you a great and fresh Lazovic next season.
    Of course we know the King Nemanja Vidic...Best defender in the world.
    Man United!!! Champions League winner!!! Ale ale haha
    Well, I hope this helped you guys as I don't post often here but I wanted to keep you guys updated on Serbian football both National Teams and Domestic League. Hope it helped in your game and good luck!
    Ask questions or please tell me if I missed a name or two.
    Bye!
    Ooh and PS. Luka Modric was an excellent investment. He's worth now 18-21 million euros . Congrats on doubling your money hah
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from Burning Spear in Players from the Balkans   
    Re: Players from the Balkans
    So, pretty much I don't play this game but i've come to inform you guys on some new things..
    Danijel Aleksic would be the best investment at the moment. I have him as a friend on facebook and he said that he will be going to Manchester United a couple of season, as he has already talked to their people and agreed after a couple of more years at Vojvodina that the transfer will be made.
    He was the scoring leader in the u-17 European competition this season.
    He single-handidly led Serbia to the final group stages.
    Here is one of the overhead goals he's scored:

    Very beautiful if I must say so.
    Another player from Vojvodina would have to be Tadic. He's one to look for in the next season. He scored 6 goals in the last 8 or 9 games. Really on a roll finishing the season. After Kacar left, he has become the true capitain of this team...or at least until Aleksic gets some more experience.
    Nenad Krsticic is an extremely talented midfielder. Him and Ljubomir Fejsa are ones to look for in the future. I forsee Krsticic in the A National Team in about a year or so. Fejsa has already a cap to his name. Fejsa will most likely go to Partizan this summer for about 2-3 million euros. Lots of money for a club like Partizan, but he would be worth every penny. Since they sold Jovetic for 8 million euros and won the domestic cup + league, this will be an buy for them. I expect a good run by OFK next year. They have a lot of good youngsters in their squad such as Krsticic and the lazy/talented Milos Bosancic. Also, from their u-19 squad I expect Aleksandar Ignjovski and Goran Brkic to move up to their first team after an exciting u-17 run that they gave. Both are involved in that video of Aleksic's goals. Ignjovski assisting the first goal and Brkic the second =D.
    One player that I think is the second most talented youngster in the Serbian SuperLiga is Adem Ljajic. He was our second best player at the u-17 competition this season and is Serbia's future playmaker. He plays for Partizan's youth and I expect him to get a shot next year at their first team squad in the league.
    Here are some of his videos from last year. He has improved greatly since then =D
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ldr6OZMbQvg
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=8bzaPlEvM4E
    In partizan, I must say Zoran Tosic is a great investment. I presonally don't see very many great things from him, but Djukic loves him and almost always starts him. He's quick and can score from the midfield. Of course we all know about Jovetic, but he's moving to Fiorentina. Ivan Obradovic is a great defender and another good defender, who I expect to see in Partizans first squad next season is Nenad Adamovic. Petar Skuletic, Veljko Vukovic, and Branislav Jankovic are some other names that might be for the future.
    Veljko Vukovic just scored two goals yesterday in Serbia's u-19 qualifying tournament for the final group stage against Belarus. We won 4-0
    England tomorrow!!
    Anyhow, from Zvezda I would have to say two youngsters that were dubbed the future of Zvezda were Vujadin Savic and Milan Prso. Both did extremely well for our u-17 but then dissapeared. Maybe they just had a early 'growth spurt' in their football lives but who knows. I'd keep an eye on them since they are still both very young-18.
    Pavle Ninkov is an extremely talented right back. Just came to Zvezda during the winter transfers.
    Dejan Milovanovic is leaving this summer to a bigger club. Nenad Milijas is leaving this summer as well....At some time German giants- Bayern were interested in him.
    Dusan Basta used to be extremely talented at a younger age but recieved a bad injury and never returned the same. I'd still keep an eye out for him in the future .
    Two other players in the SuperLiga to look out for are Goran Smiljanic- once dubbed to be going to Barcelona and Vuk Mitosevic- played really well in the u-17 competition.
    In the Prva liga Telekom Srbija. I must say the only good player that I know of is Nemanja Kojic-18 years of age and is Serbia's best u-19 striker at the point. During the summer, i'm sure Partizan and Zvezda will be all over him.
    I don't follow the Prva Liga that much since it's kinda hard living in the US and all
    I'm 17 years old as well, so I have school and girls , don't have time to follow that stuff.
    From our A National Team.
    I'd say Miralem Sulejmani- going to Ajax this summer. According to Holland news, he signed a 4 year contract with them but the transfer fee is undisclosed. Or at least until summer time when it's official. He is extremely talented and Chelsea + Real Madrid were all over his signing but Ajax got to him first because Miki's agent told him to stay in Holland for a couple more seasons and make a name for himself like Huntelaar(good choice)
    He was also named Holland Talent of the year and recieved the award for Johan Cruijff- The Legend Himself-
    Slobodan Rajkovic has been awesome lately. He was the best player on pitch last saturday in Serbia's dissapointing 1-1 draw in Ireland, after we allowed a goal in the 90+ minute =/. Rajkovic will be going to Chelsea in a season or two. He'll get great experience next season in the Champions League. No doubt about that =D.
    Zdravko Kuzmanovic has been Fiorentina's best youth football player. He played more games this season on the pitch than any other Viola player. Even more than Adrian Mutu! .. According to the Italians, he's tipped as the next Pirlo!!
    Gojko Kacar, has been Hertha Berlins 3rd best player so far this season. Right after Pantelic-1 and the Brazilian-2(forgot his name) =/
    Kacar seemed to adapt extremely well in the German League and just recently scored his first goal in the Bundesliga! He's a versatile player, who can play anywhere on pitch, but his best position is playing as a defensive midfielder alongside Zdravko Kuzmanovic.
    Branislav Ivanovic hasn't appeared this season for Chelsea because he came at a hectic time and they were chasing the Domestic League title and Champions League. He didn't have time to fit in.
    He said though next year will be much better for him and he'll get playing time for sure!
    Milan Smiljanic- aka Lola- has been a great addition to our national team. He played for Swedish youth before joining our national team. He already has a goal to his name and plays alongside Kuzmanovic as a defensive midfielder. Him and Kacar switch often. He plays for Espanyol Barcelona and has done a decent job this season. He's sometimes invisible on the pitch but always gets the dirty job done when needed.
    Bosko Jankovic finally got a new coach and everything from there in Palermo went uphill for him. After Amauri leaves to Juventus this summer, his coach said that they will build a team around Jankovic. He also got his first domestic goal not too long ago. Juventus wanted to buy him as well as Bayern Munich, since his price is still low, for having a bad coach who didn't play him all season, so they figured they could steal him from Palermo, but Jankovic's coach will not let him go.
    Some other players to look out for-----
    Nikola Gulan who just scored for our u-19 yesterday in a win over Belarusia 4-0. He's also a friend of mine on youtube
    Stefan Babovic who has become if not the best player in Nantes this season, alongside with Filip Djordjevic, who went on a dashing scoring run at the middle to the end of the season. Babovic played against Ireland last weekend but was practically invisible and missed a 1-on-1opprotunity to score for us =/... Shows that he is not ready for A Team material yet.
    Aleksandar Kolarov has established himself as the best left-back for Lazio. His defense is a little shaky and that is the reason as to why he doesn't start for Serbia. But let me tell you....That left foot of his is golden. In a couple of years everyone will know his name. Trust you me =D
    Antonio Rukavina is a great offesnive right back but he's way too shaky if you ask me on the defensive end the most.
    Danko Lazovic is a quite talented sriker. He's about 24-25 now. Hitting his mid-ages. He starts for Serbia and plays very well for PSV but finished off the season poorly. Mainly played as a sub the remainder of the season. I'm thinking it was due to his injury problem and fatigue. I can assure you a great and fresh Lazovic next season.
    Of course we know the King Nemanja Vidic...Best defender in the world.
    Man United!!! Champions League winner!!! Ale ale haha
    Well, I hope this helped you guys as I don't post often here but I wanted to keep you guys updated on Serbian football both National Teams and Domestic League. Hope it helped in your game and good luck!
    Ask questions or please tell me if I missed a name or two.
    Bye!
    Ooh and PS. Luka Modric was an excellent investment. He's worth now 18-21 million euros . Congrats on doubling your money hah
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from borogz in Players from the Balkans   
    Re: Players from the Balkans
    So, pretty much I don't play this game but i've come to inform you guys on some new things..
    Danijel Aleksic would be the best investment at the moment. I have him as a friend on facebook and he said that he will be going to Manchester United a couple of season, as he has already talked to their people and agreed after a couple of more years at Vojvodina that the transfer will be made.
    He was the scoring leader in the u-17 European competition this season.
    He single-handidly led Serbia to the final group stages.
    Here is one of the overhead goals he's scored:

    Very beautiful if I must say so.
    Another player from Vojvodina would have to be Tadic. He's one to look for in the next season. He scored 6 goals in the last 8 or 9 games. Really on a roll finishing the season. After Kacar left, he has become the true capitain of this team...or at least until Aleksic gets some more experience.
    Nenad Krsticic is an extremely talented midfielder. Him and Ljubomir Fejsa are ones to look for in the future. I forsee Krsticic in the A National Team in about a year or so. Fejsa has already a cap to his name. Fejsa will most likely go to Partizan this summer for about 2-3 million euros. Lots of money for a club like Partizan, but he would be worth every penny. Since they sold Jovetic for 8 million euros and won the domestic cup + league, this will be an buy for them. I expect a good run by OFK next year. They have a lot of good youngsters in their squad such as Krsticic and the lazy/talented Milos Bosancic. Also, from their u-19 squad I expect Aleksandar Ignjovski and Goran Brkic to move up to their first team after an exciting u-17 run that they gave. Both are involved in that video of Aleksic's goals. Ignjovski assisting the first goal and Brkic the second =D.
    One player that I think is the second most talented youngster in the Serbian SuperLiga is Adem Ljajic. He was our second best player at the u-17 competition this season and is Serbia's future playmaker. He plays for Partizan's youth and I expect him to get a shot next year at their first team squad in the league.
    Here are some of his videos from last year. He has improved greatly since then =D
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ldr6OZMbQvg
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=8bzaPlEvM4E
    In partizan, I must say Zoran Tosic is a great investment. I presonally don't see very many great things from him, but Djukic loves him and almost always starts him. He's quick and can score from the midfield. Of course we all know about Jovetic, but he's moving to Fiorentina. Ivan Obradovic is a great defender and another good defender, who I expect to see in Partizans first squad next season is Nenad Adamovic. Petar Skuletic, Veljko Vukovic, and Branislav Jankovic are some other names that might be for the future.
    Veljko Vukovic just scored two goals yesterday in Serbia's u-19 qualifying tournament for the final group stage against Belarus. We won 4-0
    England tomorrow!!
    Anyhow, from Zvezda I would have to say two youngsters that were dubbed the future of Zvezda were Vujadin Savic and Milan Prso. Both did extremely well for our u-17 but then dissapeared. Maybe they just had a early 'growth spurt' in their football lives but who knows. I'd keep an eye on them since they are still both very young-18.
    Pavle Ninkov is an extremely talented right back. Just came to Zvezda during the winter transfers.
    Dejan Milovanovic is leaving this summer to a bigger club. Nenad Milijas is leaving this summer as well....At some time German giants- Bayern were interested in him.
    Dusan Basta used to be extremely talented at a younger age but recieved a bad injury and never returned the same. I'd still keep an eye out for him in the future .
    Two other players in the SuperLiga to look out for are Goran Smiljanic- once dubbed to be going to Barcelona and Vuk Mitosevic- played really well in the u-17 competition.
    In the Prva liga Telekom Srbija. I must say the only good player that I know of is Nemanja Kojic-18 years of age and is Serbia's best u-19 striker at the point. During the summer, i'm sure Partizan and Zvezda will be all over him.
    I don't follow the Prva Liga that much since it's kinda hard living in the US and all
    I'm 17 years old as well, so I have school and girls , don't have time to follow that stuff.
    From our A National Team.
    I'd say Miralem Sulejmani- going to Ajax this summer. According to Holland news, he signed a 4 year contract with them but the transfer fee is undisclosed. Or at least until summer time when it's official. He is extremely talented and Chelsea + Real Madrid were all over his signing but Ajax got to him first because Miki's agent told him to stay in Holland for a couple more seasons and make a name for himself like Huntelaar(good choice)
    He was also named Holland Talent of the year and recieved the award for Johan Cruijff- The Legend Himself-
    Slobodan Rajkovic has been awesome lately. He was the best player on pitch last saturday in Serbia's dissapointing 1-1 draw in Ireland, after we allowed a goal in the 90+ minute =/. Rajkovic will be going to Chelsea in a season or two. He'll get great experience next season in the Champions League. No doubt about that =D.
    Zdravko Kuzmanovic has been Fiorentina's best youth football player. He played more games this season on the pitch than any other Viola player. Even more than Adrian Mutu! .. According to the Italians, he's tipped as the next Pirlo!!
    Gojko Kacar, has been Hertha Berlins 3rd best player so far this season. Right after Pantelic-1 and the Brazilian-2(forgot his name) =/
    Kacar seemed to adapt extremely well in the German League and just recently scored his first goal in the Bundesliga! He's a versatile player, who can play anywhere on pitch, but his best position is playing as a defensive midfielder alongside Zdravko Kuzmanovic.
    Branislav Ivanovic hasn't appeared this season for Chelsea because he came at a hectic time and they were chasing the Domestic League title and Champions League. He didn't have time to fit in.
    He said though next year will be much better for him and he'll get playing time for sure!
    Milan Smiljanic- aka Lola- has been a great addition to our national team. He played for Swedish youth before joining our national team. He already has a goal to his name and plays alongside Kuzmanovic as a defensive midfielder. Him and Kacar switch often. He plays for Espanyol Barcelona and has done a decent job this season. He's sometimes invisible on the pitch but always gets the dirty job done when needed.
    Bosko Jankovic finally got a new coach and everything from there in Palermo went uphill for him. After Amauri leaves to Juventus this summer, his coach said that they will build a team around Jankovic. He also got his first domestic goal not too long ago. Juventus wanted to buy him as well as Bayern Munich, since his price is still low, for having a bad coach who didn't play him all season, so they figured they could steal him from Palermo, but Jankovic's coach will not let him go.
    Some other players to look out for-----
    Nikola Gulan who just scored for our u-19 yesterday in a win over Belarusia 4-0. He's also a friend of mine on youtube
    Stefan Babovic who has become if not the best player in Nantes this season, alongside with Filip Djordjevic, who went on a dashing scoring run at the middle to the end of the season. Babovic played against Ireland last weekend but was practically invisible and missed a 1-on-1opprotunity to score for us =/... Shows that he is not ready for A Team material yet.
    Aleksandar Kolarov has established himself as the best left-back for Lazio. His defense is a little shaky and that is the reason as to why he doesn't start for Serbia. But let me tell you....That left foot of his is golden. In a couple of years everyone will know his name. Trust you me =D
    Antonio Rukavina is a great offesnive right back but he's way too shaky if you ask me on the defensive end the most.
    Danko Lazovic is a quite talented sriker. He's about 24-25 now. Hitting his mid-ages. He starts for Serbia and plays very well for PSV but finished off the season poorly. Mainly played as a sub the remainder of the season. I'm thinking it was due to his injury problem and fatigue. I can assure you a great and fresh Lazovic next season.
    Of course we know the King Nemanja Vidic...Best defender in the world.
    Man United!!! Champions League winner!!! Ale ale haha
    Well, I hope this helped you guys as I don't post often here but I wanted to keep you guys updated on Serbian football both National Teams and Domestic League. Hope it helped in your game and good luck!
    Ask questions or please tell me if I missed a name or two.
    Bye!
    Ooh and PS. Luka Modric was an excellent investment. He's worth now 18-21 million euros . Congrats on doubling your money hah
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    DelijaZauvjek got a reaction from hades17 in Players from the Balkans   
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    So, pretty much I don't play this game but i've come to inform you guys on some new things..
    Danijel Aleksic would be the best investment at the moment. I have him as a friend on facebook and he said that he will be going to Manchester United a couple of season, as he has already talked to their people and agreed after a couple of more years at Vojvodina that the transfer will be made.
    He was the scoring leader in the u-17 European competition this season.
    He single-handidly led Serbia to the final group stages.
    Here is one of the overhead goals he's scored:

    Very beautiful if I must say so.
    Another player from Vojvodina would have to be Tadic. He's one to look for in the next season. He scored 6 goals in the last 8 or 9 games. Really on a roll finishing the season. After Kacar left, he has become the true capitain of this team...or at least until Aleksic gets some more experience.
    Nenad Krsticic is an extremely talented midfielder. Him and Ljubomir Fejsa are ones to look for in the future. I forsee Krsticic in the A National Team in about a year or so. Fejsa has already a cap to his name. Fejsa will most likely go to Partizan this summer for about 2-3 million euros. Lots of money for a club like Partizan, but he would be worth every penny. Since they sold Jovetic for 8 million euros and won the domestic cup + league, this will be an buy for them. I expect a good run by OFK next year. They have a lot of good youngsters in their squad such as Krsticic and the lazy/talented Milos Bosancic. Also, from their u-19 squad I expect Aleksandar Ignjovski and Goran Brkic to move up to their first team after an exciting u-17 run that they gave. Both are involved in that video of Aleksic's goals. Ignjovski assisting the first goal and Brkic the second =D.
    One player that I think is the second most talented youngster in the Serbian SuperLiga is Adem Ljajic. He was our second best player at the u-17 competition this season and is Serbia's future playmaker. He plays for Partizan's youth and I expect him to get a shot next year at their first team squad in the league.
    Here are some of his videos from last year. He has improved greatly since then =D
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Ldr6OZMbQvg
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=8bzaPlEvM4E
    In partizan, I must say Zoran Tosic is a great investment. I presonally don't see very many great things from him, but Djukic loves him and almost always starts him. He's quick and can score from the midfield. Of course we all know about Jovetic, but he's moving to Fiorentina. Ivan Obradovic is a great defender and another good defender, who I expect to see in Partizans first squad next season is Nenad Adamovic. Petar Skuletic, Veljko Vukovic, and Branislav Jankovic are some other names that might be for the future.
    Veljko Vukovic just scored two goals yesterday in Serbia's u-19 qualifying tournament for the final group stage against Belarus. We won 4-0
    England tomorrow!!
    Anyhow, from Zvezda I would have to say two youngsters that were dubbed the future of Zvezda were Vujadin Savic and Milan Prso. Both did extremely well for our u-17 but then dissapeared. Maybe they just had a early 'growth spurt' in their football lives but who knows. I'd keep an eye on them since they are still both very young-18.
    Pavle Ninkov is an extremely talented right back. Just came to Zvezda during the winter transfers.
    Dejan Milovanovic is leaving this summer to a bigger club. Nenad Milijas is leaving this summer as well....At some time German giants- Bayern were interested in him.
    Dusan Basta used to be extremely talented at a younger age but recieved a bad injury and never returned the same. I'd still keep an eye out for him in the future .
    Two other players in the SuperLiga to look out for are Goran Smiljanic- once dubbed to be going to Barcelona and Vuk Mitosevic- played really well in the u-17 competition.
    In the Prva liga Telekom Srbija. I must say the only good player that I know of is Nemanja Kojic-18 years of age and is Serbia's best u-19 striker at the point. During the summer, i'm sure Partizan and Zvezda will be all over him.
    I don't follow the Prva Liga that much since it's kinda hard living in the US and all
    I'm 17 years old as well, so I have school and girls , don't have time to follow that stuff.
    From our A National Team.
    I'd say Miralem Sulejmani- going to Ajax this summer. According to Holland news, he signed a 4 year contract with them but the transfer fee is undisclosed. Or at least until summer time when it's official. He is extremely talented and Chelsea + Real Madrid were all over his signing but Ajax got to him first because Miki's agent told him to stay in Holland for a couple more seasons and make a name for himself like Huntelaar(good choice)
    He was also named Holland Talent of the year and recieved the award for Johan Cruijff- The Legend Himself-
    Slobodan Rajkovic has been awesome lately. He was the best player on pitch last saturday in Serbia's dissapointing 1-1 draw in Ireland, after we allowed a goal in the 90+ minute =/. Rajkovic will be going to Chelsea in a season or two. He'll get great experience next season in the Champions League. No doubt about that =D.
    Zdravko Kuzmanovic has been Fiorentina's best youth football player. He played more games this season on the pitch than any other Viola player. Even more than Adrian Mutu! .. According to the Italians, he's tipped as the next Pirlo!!
    Gojko Kacar, has been Hertha Berlins 3rd best player so far this season. Right after Pantelic-1 and the Brazilian-2(forgot his name) =/
    Kacar seemed to adapt extremely well in the German League and just recently scored his first goal in the Bundesliga! He's a versatile player, who can play anywhere on pitch, but his best position is playing as a defensive midfielder alongside Zdravko Kuzmanovic.
    Branislav Ivanovic hasn't appeared this season for Chelsea because he came at a hectic time and they were chasing the Domestic League title and Champions League. He didn't have time to fit in.
    He said though next year will be much better for him and he'll get playing time for sure!
    Milan Smiljanic- aka Lola- has been a great addition to our national team. He played for Swedish youth before joining our national team. He already has a goal to his name and plays alongside Kuzmanovic as a defensive midfielder. Him and Kacar switch often. He plays for Espanyol Barcelona and has done a decent job this season. He's sometimes invisible on the pitch but always gets the dirty job done when needed.
    Bosko Jankovic finally got a new coach and everything from there in Palermo went uphill for him. After Amauri leaves to Juventus this summer, his coach said that they will build a team around Jankovic. He also got his first domestic goal not too long ago. Juventus wanted to buy him as well as Bayern Munich, since his price is still low, for having a bad coach who didn't play him all season, so they figured they could steal him from Palermo, but Jankovic's coach will not let him go.
    Some other players to look out for-----
    Nikola Gulan who just scored for our u-19 yesterday in a win over Belarusia 4-0. He's also a friend of mine on youtube
    Stefan Babovic who has become if not the best player in Nantes this season, alongside with Filip Djordjevic, who went on a dashing scoring run at the middle to the end of the season. Babovic played against Ireland last weekend but was practically invisible and missed a 1-on-1opprotunity to score for us =/... Shows that he is not ready for A Team material yet.
    Aleksandar Kolarov has established himself as the best left-back for Lazio. His defense is a little shaky and that is the reason as to why he doesn't start for Serbia. But let me tell you....That left foot of his is golden. In a couple of years everyone will know his name. Trust you me =D
    Antonio Rukavina is a great offesnive right back but he's way too shaky if you ask me on the defensive end the most.
    Danko Lazovic is a quite talented sriker. He's about 24-25 now. Hitting his mid-ages. He starts for Serbia and plays very well for PSV but finished off the season poorly. Mainly played as a sub the remainder of the season. I'm thinking it was due to his injury problem and fatigue. I can assure you a great and fresh Lazovic next season.
    Of course we know the King Nemanja Vidic...Best defender in the world.
    Man United!!! Champions League winner!!! Ale ale haha
    Well, I hope this helped you guys as I don't post often here but I wanted to keep you guys updated on Serbian football both National Teams and Domestic League. Hope it helped in your game and good luck!
    Ask questions or please tell me if I missed a name or two.
    Bye!
    Ooh and PS. Luka Modric was an excellent investment. He's worth now 18-21 million euros . Congrats on doubling your money hah
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    I would have to say Miralem Sulejmani has shown a lot more for the Serbian Youth International Team than Nikola Gulan. Miralem Sulejmani is more of an attacking Midfielder or a supporting forward while Nikola Gulan is an all-around good player. They are both young at 18 and 19 years of age so we will have to wait for the future to see which one turns out to be better. There are also some other great players as well- Borko Veselinovic, Nenad Marinkovic, Nebojsa Marinkovic, Marko Markovski, Nenad Adamovic, Milan Smiljanic, Stefan Babovic, Milos Bosancic, Gojko Kacar, Filip Djordjevic, and Slobodan Rajkovic. Borko Veselinovic has been a very promising player scoring many goals for Serbian U17 and u19 team. He joined the u21 squad this year. The Marinkovic brothers are both very talented and have their eyes set on the goal at all times. Nebojsa Marinkovic is a couple of years older than Nenad and he has scored numerous times for the u17 and u19 squad. He started this year as well for u21 and has already scored twice in a few games that he has played. Nenad is currently playing for the u19 squad and is a very promising striker. They are both owned by Partizan as well as Borko Veselinovic. Marko Markovski played for the u17 and u19 squad and has scored just about the same amount of goals that Nebojsa Marinkovic did. They made it to the semi-finals that year after beating a tough group that involved Greece and Germany. He has yet to make a u21 appearance but everyone thinks it will be soon because of his talent for scoring goals. Nenad Adamovic played with Nikola Gulan for the Youth European team that defeated Africa 10-1 on aggrigate. Milan Smiljanic is 20 years old and has proven to be a very promising midfielder. He plays for the u21 team and for Serbian A International team. Stefan Babovic has proven himself in the u21 team, and he can play many positions. Milos Bosancic is a 19 year old who is tipped by many pundits for a future success. He is currently on the u19 and u21 squad and plays for Partizan. He is a great attacking midfielder and has a strong shot. Gojko Kacar is a suprise to everyone this season. He considers himself as a defensive back player but leads the Meridian League in goals scored with 11 in 13 games which is quite impressive. The coach of Vojvodina had no choice but to mark him as a Forward because of his talent of scoring goals. He scored a hat trick against Partizan in his last game which gave Vojvodina a point for the draw (3-3). He also plays for the u21 squad. Filip Djordjevic plays for the u21 team and is a promising scorer. He has an attack minded brain and is a really tall player. He already has 2 goals in the qualifications for Serbian u21 team. I'm sure everyones heard of Slobodan Rajkovic. He is a very impressive defensive player who plays for Chelsea in the Premier League but is loaned to PSV EIdenhoven for the 2007/2008 season. He is the youngest player to ever appear in the u21 team at only the age of 16. He is now 18 years old and continues to impress as every year passes by. These are just a couple of young talented player from Serbia. Soon, I will post some other players from Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and Macedonia. If you have anymore names to add to my list from not just Serbia but from any of the former Yugoslav countries please do so. Thank you and have a nice day =D.
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