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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old September 19th, 2005, 06:42 Thread Starter
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I though it would be nice to have this sort of thread again, to follow the performances of our players abroad. To see who's in and who's out of form and things like that.

So here we go:

France:

Marseille 2:1 Troyes

Boštjan Cesar je v nebeško modrem dresu prvič zaigral že med tednom v Pokalu UEFA, danes pa je prvič zaigral še na prvenstvenem srečanju. Dobro je igral celotno tekmo, na štadionu Velodrome pa je bila opažena tudi slovenska zastava.


Lille 4:0 Nice

Ačimovič je igral do 87. minute, ko ga je zamenjal Keita, v 79. pa je prejel rumeni karton. Poleg doseženega zadetka, katerega je Mile dosegel s prekrasnim strelom iz leve strani, je sodeloval še pri prvem in bil nasploh eden najboljših na igrišču.


Italy:

Lazio 3:1 Treviso
Rdeči karton: Handanovič (86'/Treviso)


Germany:

Duisburg 1:3 Bayer
31 [1:0] Klemen Lavrič

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Our French players seem to be doing OK lately. Cesar made his first league performance and payed well in Marseillessecond victory of the season.
Also Mile looks like he's slowly coming back on track. He made his second appearance of the season in Lilles comfortable victory over Nice, where he also score a goal. This sure sounds great before the cruical WC qualifiers.
Handa isn't enjoying his days in Italy. After being the reason for Treviso's lost in the last round he was now red carded and guilty for another goal. Hopefully this won't affect him too much.
Lavric scored his debut goal for Duisburg, which was also the leading goal but his team couldn't avoid defeat to Bayer.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old September 19th, 2005, 11:19
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Our French players seem to be doing OK lately. Cesar made his first league performance and payed well in Marseillessecond victory of the season.
Also Mile looks like he's slowly coming back on track. He made his second appearance of the season in Lilles comfortable victory over Nice, where he also score a goal. This sure sounds great before the cruical WC qualifiers.
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Germany:

Lavric got injured last night in the game between Hertha and Duisburg. He left the field with a knee injury allready in the 11th minute. Hopefully things aren't that bad for him. Duisburg lost in the end 3:2 very unluckyky.

Sukalo scored in a 6:2 win of his Alemania over Achen.

Borut Mavric played the entire match for Greuter Furth and his team won Paderborn.


France:

Mile played the wholle match against PSG and lost 2:1.Again it seems like he's getting things right again, so good news there.

Cesar though didn't play due to anckle injury and Marseille lost to Toulouse 1:0.


Italy:

Dedic made his first appearance for Parma, he played from 62 minute but couldn't help his team in a 4:1 lost to Roma away.

Handanovic didn't play this time becouse of the red card he got in the last round. Treviso lost to Sampdoria 2:0.


Austria:

Nastja also didn't play due to the red card as His Austria Wien defeated Admira.

Knavs played the wholle match of course and Salzburg won over GAK.

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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old September 28th, 2005, 23:07
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Koren and Mavric.

The two Slovenians playing in Norway deserve the outmost respect. Robert Koren has in my opinion been one of the best players of the league in the last part of the season. Matej Mavric also plays very good and is a part of the reason of why his team did not relegate last season and seems to stay in the premier league this season as well

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Thanks for the inside view Anders!

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Nastja gave an assist in Austria's 3-0 win over Mattersburg.

Siljak missed quite some chances and Moeskroen ended up losing 1-0 to Cercle Brugge. He and Filekovic played the full 90 minutes.
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I hope Ermin will soon be in shape again, because after I heard today he'll quit with the national team...
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