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post #1 of 371 (permalink) Old November 25th, 2003, 08:03 Thread Starter
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Here we can talk about our players, from the home league to the ones already playing outside, and follow the rumours where they will go.



Miran Pavlin: as you already know, our ex NT captain is without a club and is looking for a new one. In Športna scena (Pop TV) he mentioned having two offers, one from Russia and one from China. While the pay-check at the end of the month is probably bigger in China I would rather see him in Russia as it would suit him better IMO, not to mention that it is a better league.
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post #2 of 371 (permalink) Old November 25th, 2003, 08:10
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No way, He's 32 I think, and if he gets a chance to go to China he'll go there. The money must really be good there, and knowing Pajo he'd choose money over the better league any time.

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He will probably go play with Siljak in China It isnt good for them to play in what is IMO a poor league and I would like to see Siljak leave there as soon as January is here. But then again, the money is good and he is a 'God' there as every game wins man of the match and a bunch of trophy's
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He will probably go play with Siljak in China It isnt good for them to play in what is IMO a poor league and I would like to see Siljak leave there as soon as January is here. But then again, the money is good and he is a 'God' there as every game wins man of the match and a bunch of trophy's
True, not the best league, but at least his place in the 1st 11 is secured and he gets to play
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Šiljo is a different story, in my oppinion he should never left for Cina. Atleast I hope he'll come back soon and play for a decent club. But, if he feels good there, and he does play, that's fine with me.

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I agree. He is much to good to play there and should move to a big club in Europe I think that he is good enough
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He will probably go play with Siljak in China It isnt good for them to play in what is IMO a poor league ...
It is probably still better than Slovenian first division...

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post #9 of 371 (permalink) Old November 25th, 2003, 12:15
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Maybe, but I haven't seen any of them. Plus, the Slovenian first division could not be half as bad as the Australian first division. I am positive of that
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Maccabi Haifa has been interested in Marko Vogrič, the forward from Primorje who has been doing quite good this season.

Milan Osterc, the lost sheep , might go back to his former club Hapoel from Tel-Aviv. He's currently without a club.

Samir Handanovič, the young goal keeper from Domžale might part to Italy. Udinese are interested in him and want him for their 1st team! He has been considered as one of the best young goal keepers in Europe and was monitored by several european clubs.
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Maccabi Haifa has been interested in Marko Vogrič, the forward from Primorje who has been doing quite good this season.

Milan Osterc, the lost sheep , might go back to his former club Hapoel from Tel-Aviv. He's currently without a club.

Samir Handanovič, the young goal keeper from Domžale might part to Italy. Udinese are interested in him and want him for their 1st team! He has been considered as one of the best young goal keepers in Europe and was monitored by several european clubs.
Great news for most of the guy's there, but I'm not sure about them playing in Israel with the political situation that is going on
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Yes Jagoda might be back. If he gets a club, he's still not lost for the NT yet. After all he's not that old yet, some 28 I think!

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Yes Jagoda might be back. If he gets a club, he's still not lost for the NT yet. After all he's not that old yet, some 28 I think!
Walter, please, have mercy...

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I heard that Miran Pavlin has just signed with a club in Belgium Raec Mons. Not sure if that is the correct way to spell it but he has apparently signed with them a couple of minutes ago
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Cime in Olimpija, it was confirmed!

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Well, thats 2 of our players who have signed with new clubs
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Walter, please, have mercy...
He he he, I knew this will touch you inj the right place! Go Jagoda!

Good to hear about Cime and Pajo!

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Cime vendarle podpisal?



S poškodbami tetiv obremenjeni slovenski nogometni reprezentant, napadalec Sebastjan Cimerotič, je po poročanju edinega slovenskega športnega dnevnika danes podpisal 2-letno pogodbo s KD Olimpijo, za katero je že igral tudi preden je odšel v Italijo k Lecceju in ob začetku svoje profesionalne kariere. Cime, ki trenutno okreva po operaciji, naj bi sicer imel še dve ponudbi s »škornja« (Italije), a se je raje odločil za »svojo« Olimpijo, kjer je praktično že za časa svoje kariere postal legenda – mnogi so (in kot kaže tudi bodo) na tekme zeleno-belih hodili tudi in predvsem zaradi njegovih mojstrovin, Cimeta namreč ne kličejo zastonj »kralj preigravanja«.
Uradne potrditve novice izza Bežigrada sicer še ni, a naj bi bila zgolj vprašanje časa. Njegov aganžma bi (bo) verjetno pomenil tudi nekaj drugih kadrovskih sprememb: od Olimpijinega dresa se bo slej ali prej poslovil Blaž Puc, ki je nezadovoljen s svojo minutažo, blizu izhodnih vrat pa naj bi bil tudi Marko Kmetec, ki pa se je sicer na zadnjih dveh tekmah vpisal med strelce, kar bi znalo vendarle prepričati odgovorne, da ostane še naprej za Bežigradom. Od napadalcev sicer v Olimpiji skoraj zagotovo ostaja Bošnjak Nedim Jusufbegović, Beširovič pa kot kaže vse resneje računa tudi na mladega Evzala Dželadinija.


Pavlin in Žeželj v Mons – Bergen?



S pomočjo naših belgijskih kolegov ter po poročanju belgijskih medijev in novice na uradni strani kluba RAEC Mons – Bergen, v Sloveniji ekskluzivno objavljamo novico, da sta bila te dni na preizkušnji v Monsu zdaj že bivši reprezentančni kapetan Miran Pavlin in napadalec Ljubljane Dražen Žeželj. Oba naj bi bila tudi blizu podpisa pogodbe. Pavlin (še vedno na plačilni listi Porta), ki je treniral pri Domžalah, je bil nazadnje član nikozijskega Olympiakosa, prej pa je branil tudi barve Olimpije, Porta, Freiburga, Karslruherja, Dinama iz Dresdna in Britofa. Bo, tako kot za mnoge slovenske nogometaše, tudi za Pavlina in Žežlja obljubljena dežela postala Belgija? Več bo znanega v prihodnjih dneh, oba pa bosta za morebitne nove delodajalce lahko zaigral šele potem, ko se začne zimski prestopni rok.
Royal Albert - Elisabeth Club de Mons je manjši klub iz mesta Mons (Bergen), ki leži ob francoski meji, kakšnih 50 km južno od Bruslja. Industrijsko in rudarsko mesto z 90 000 prebivalci je bilo v 1. svetovni vojni prizorišče prve bitke med Angleži in Nemci, danes pa je najbolj znano po vrhovnem zavezniškem poveljstvu sil NATO za Evropo. Klub, ki je nastal pred 92 leti, je lani osvojil naslov 2. lige in se uvrstil med elito, letos pa jim spet grozi izpad, saj so zbrali le 9 točk. Na 17. mestu na lestvici jih od zadnjeuvrščenega Heusen – Zolderja, kjer igra Domen Beršnjak, loči le točka. Zanimivo je, da so letos rdeče-beli začeli z gradnjo novega stadiona Stade Charles Tondeau, kjer bo prostora za 13 000 gledalcev.
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Source please
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Source please
www.sloveniansoccer.com what else could it be?

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