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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old August 19th, 2006, 11:24
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Goran Pandev the Maradona of the Balkans

Goran Pandev is a really amazing player !!! ther is no doubt that Pandev at this moment is the best player in the Balkan region !!!! why ??? for that reason no one is so complete as player as Goran in the balkans, many balkan players do one thing well but not totaly complete as Pandev !!! Pandev do everything well,,, Smell for goals,,, and most importent he truley can score on him self and dont need any help many times,, goals that only speciell and bigg players can score,, he have shown in serie a that he can score amazing goals.... He have a eye for the game witch is unique and speciell,, not many times he make wrong passes,,, he always faind the player he want to faind !!! his splitt vission is amazing !! so many assist !!!! thats truley class and he also show that his not selfish player and work for the team.....

His technique is all class ! its very hard to take the ball from him and he protect the ball very well,,, his driblings are super and his first touch is great....

He can even score with his head !

Best of all ! his only 22 ! years old or young and will develup even more of curse !! players are at best beetwen 25-32 years old,,,, best is yet to come...

He have develup even more this summer,, allrady 12 goals for lazio in test games and assist of course !!!! i hope he will take the final step against England ! the final step to become a player inside topp 10 in the world
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old August 19th, 2006, 15:40
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Actually he just turn 23, july 28 or something like that, he's a bit younger then Stojkov.
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If you look the word 'complete footballer' you'll see a pic of Pandev. If Pandev was English, they would be going declaring him the best player in the world. This is a fact! Scored 12 goals in Serie A with but having started only 25! Assisted in 10-15 goals! If he keeps this up, European player of the wont be far away!


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post #4 of 19 (permalink) Old August 19th, 2006, 19:54
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I predict 18 goals this year for Pandev + 15 to 20 assist,, he will play all games from start.....

He started this year like he ended the last,, 12 goals during the summer.

I Predict that 7 of his 18 goals will be goals of the week,,, solo runs in Pandev style
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The piont is,,,, if you put Martin Petrov, Berbatov and Bojinov together they are still not even half as good as Pandev....
post #7 of 19 (permalink) Old September 26th, 2006, 22:58
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As the big kick off edges nearer, Susy Campanale picks out five young guns hoping to leave their mark on Serie A this term

Tomas Danilevicius (Livorno)
A Serie B fixture for several years with 17 goals for Avellino last term, he hasn’t really been given a chance in the top flight, but this could be his season in support of Cristiano Lucarelli at Livorno. Ex-Arsenal man Danilevicius made his presence felt with an historic goal for Lithuania against Roberto Donadoni’s Italy, so he’s proved he’s capable of causing a stir against the Coach that gave him so few opportunities at the Stadio Picchi in 2004-05.

Amauri (Palermo)
Amauri Carvalho de Oliveira showed his worth with two goals in the Champions League preliminary round, building on an impressive haul of 11 in Serie A last season, although even he couldn’t take Chievo into the tournament proper. It’s no wonder Palermo shelled out £6m for the Brazilian hitman, who could soon be wearing the Azzurri jersey when he takes Italian citizenship. After spells at Napoli, Piacenza and Messina, could Palermo be the place where his career really takes off?

Alessandro Rosina (Torino)
Quite simply a sensation waiting to happen. Instrumental in Torino’s climb back up to Serie A, this creative midfielder and dead ball specialist was the team’s top scorer with 12 goals and will be key if they are to survive in the top flight – or even aim for Europe. Another talent from Parma’s youth academy, Rosina also had a short stop at Verona before truly finding his feet in Turin. A central figure in the Under-21 Nazionale, it’s only a matter of time before he steps up to senior level.

Goran Pandev (Lazio)
Many of you will already have noticed the Macedonian support striker with his 11 Serie A goals for Lazio last season and he started this campaign in the same great shape, netting three in as many Coppa Italia games. Brought to Italy by Inter in 2001-02 but never used at League level, the 23-year-old will join the long list of talented players that club let slip through its fingers. Fast, agile and every bit as important in an assist role as in front of goal, Pandev has forged a spectacular partnership with Tommaso Rocchi.

Adriano Ferreira Pinto (Atalanta)
This 26-year-old Brazilian wide man has slowly worked his way through the ranks of Serie C side Lanciano, Perugia and Cesena to get his shot at the top flight with Atalanta. His 11-goal tally helped Cesena to the play-offs, but it’s his movement off the ball and valuable assists that should act as perfect support for Christian Vieri or Nicola Ventola. He was on the verge of joining Bologna before opting for his first stab at Serie A football.


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its great to see that he gets remarks in Italy too, now he just needs to give his best

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Pandev makes Arsenal call Friday 6 October, 2006

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Lazio striker Goran Pandev says he has hopes of moving to the Premiership with Arsenal in the near future.

The Macedonia striker was linked to the Premiership side during the summer, but talks over his proposed move failed to reach a positive conclusion.

But Pandev, who will come up against England at the Old Trafford on Saturday, is dreaming of an English adventure.

“I want to leave Lazio and I hope I can move to England soon,” Pandev told the Daily Star newspaper.

"I know there were negotiations over the summer with Arsenal – who are one of the world's best clubs.

“If I continue to play well and receive some good offers in the future then I will go,” continued the forward.

The 23-year-old was signed by Inter as a youngster and the Nerazzurri then loaned him to Spezia and Ancona.

Pandev landed in Rome in 2004 and has since then played 65 Serie A matches with the Biancocelesti, netting a total of 14 goals.

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rumours, rumours and just rumours

His move in Arsenal has been discussed some time ago and it turned up to be just a rumour. Now in front of the Macedonia-England match the English medias want to make some preasure or sell more with some story

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Is that true what Pandev said? I just find it hard to believe he said he loved life at Lazio and Lazio finally managed to get the other 50% of his contract from Udinese!. I also thought Pandev signed a contract with Lazio until 2010???

The thought of Pandev in the Premier League does excite me although I think hes best off in Lazio, he still has to develop more.

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I dont believe Pandev has ever said that. He loves Lazio and even if he wants to leave he wont tell that to any press, not whit those words!
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Pandev denies Arsenal appeal Saturday 7 October, 2006

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Goran Pandev has angrily dismissed British tabloid reports he is eager to join Arsenal as soon as possible.

“I want to leave Lazio and I hope I can move to England soon,” Pandev was quoted as saying in the Daily Star newspaper.

"I know there were negotiations over the summer with Arsenal – who are one of the world's best clubs. If I continue to play well and receive some good offers in the future then I will go.”

However, the Macedonian – who will face England this afternoon – was furious at the comments he insists he did not make.

“I have never spoken to a journalist about this,” slammed Pandev on the official Lazio website.

“I’ve never even thought about leaving Lazio, a club I made every effort to stay with during the summer when my co-ownership deal with Udinese was being discussed.”

The 23-year-old was signed by Inter as a youngster and the Nerazzurri then loaned him to Spezia and Ancona.

Pandev landed in Rome in 2004 and has since then played 65 Serie A matches with the Biancocelesti, netting a total of 14 goals.

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I guess it was only rumours, he must love life at Lazio.

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Jas pa mislev deka jas sum najgolem post and copy clen, no nemam sansi protiv ovaj.. Mozebi 50% od mojte se takvi postovi no na ovaj 99.9%

Ther wos negotiations beetwen Arsenal and Lazio this summer so that is true and not any rumours but the move did not happen.. When Arsenal look for players they look at least at 10 and compare them and then buy but its flatterd by Pandev to be in the list of intress...

Arsen Wenger told by him self that they look at Pandev very close since he is a Arsenal midd winger type...

But of curse the english media bring it up again before the game since the story sell...
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Pandev on eurosport headlines

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Pandev upset at English reports

Macedonia star Goran Pandev is furious with the English press ahead of the Euro 2008 qualifier between the two nations at Old Trafford.

There are even suggestions in Italy that the 23-year-old will threaten to sue the newspapers in question after quotes attributed to him revealed a desire to join Arsenal.

On the eve of Saturday's game, Pandev has reacted furiously to any talk of leaving Lazio and flatly denied given the interview.

"I've never spoken with this journalist," he told calciomercato.com.

"I've never thought to leave Lazio. I made every effort in order to remain there last summer after the co-ownership with Udinese."

Lazio bought the talented forward outright after he bagged 11 goals for the Biancoceleste.

Macedonia coach Srecko Katanec is fielding one of his most talented individuals in a playmaker's role against England.

"The coach has given me a new role," he commented. "I play deep in the forward line and that has opened up space for me."
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I dont understand why so many of you are excited about macedonians moving the the English Premier league?

I hope that no macedonian plays in England, because the english soccer does not suit our balkan style of soccer. No balkan player ever succeeds in England. Hristov went downhill once he moved to Barnsley, Sakiri hardly got a chance in West Bromwich Albion, Goce Sedloski when he played for Sheffield Wednesday a few years ago hardly ever got a chance to play.... Kezman from Serbia didnt last there eather. Perhaps our defenders might do ok in england, but Italy and Spain are the best countries for strikers, not England.. Pandev will not last in England since they dont tolerate "dribbling"... they play one-touch football which is not compatible for balkan strikers. I truelly hope Pandev stays in Italy or perhaps moves to Spain. If he ever goes to England he will regret it i can bet my life on it.
I dont know why people think English Premier league is "so good". Its shit, it can never compare to Italian or Spanish leagues, even the German league is close to over taking the premier league in quality.
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I dont believe Pandev has ever said that. He loves Lazio and even if he wants to leave he wont tell that to any press, not whit those words!

WHAT DID i SAID ABOUT PANDEV? I guess I was right!
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Од прва рака да ви кажам дека Пандев не изјавил ништо такво во врска со трансфер во Премиер лигата/Арсенал. Он кажа дека би сакал некогаш да игра во премиер лига бидејќи е најдобра во светот ама медиумите тука ја извртеле неговата изјава...
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