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<h4><a name="3"></a>Davor Suker, najbolji strelac SP 1998. za „Blic“
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<h3>Fudbal, to je Maradona! </h3>
<p><a href="#" onMouseOut="MM_swapImgRestore()" onMouseOver="MM_swapImage('Image10','','../slike/back_150_260.gif',1)"><img name="Image10" border="1" src="http://www.blic.co.yu/danas/broj/slike/sport_davor_suker.jpg" width="150" height="260" align="left"></a>Davor
Suker je dobro poznat ljubiteljima fudbala na našim prostorima.
Pre godinu i po dana okacio je kopacke o klin, a kao reprezentativac
Hrvatske bio je najbolji strelac Svetskog prvenstva 1998. godine.
U bogatoj karijeri nosio je dresove Osijeka, Dinama iz Zagreba,
Sevilje, Reala iz Madrida, Arsenala, Vest Hema i Minhena 1860. U
poslednje vreme aktivno se bavi fudbalom na nešto drugaciji nacin:
vlasnik je Akademije otvorenog tipa. </p>
<h4>Po završetku karijere ostali ste uz najlepšu sporednu stvar na
svetu... </h4>
<p>- Javno sam u Hrvatskoj rekao da me nikakav rad u klubu ili savezu trenutno ne zanima. Možda je došlo do zasicenja fudbalom na odreðen nacin, a slicno kao u Srbiji i Crnoj Gori ima i mnogo nagomilanih problema. Kod mene na Akademiji, koju držim vec cetiri godine, svi su nasmejani. Trudim se da mlade ljude i njihove roditelje ne privlacim samo imenom vec i aktivnim radom. Organizovali smo prošle godine kamp u Porecu, imali smo polaznike iz celog sveta: Nemce, Engleze, Kanaðane, Kostarikance, Kineze. Ove godine bicemo u Rovinju.
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<h4>Trenerski poziv vas privlaci? </h4>
<p>- Posle cetrdesete. Još je rano za odelo i kravatu. Trenutno sam samo demonstrator i tako se najbolje osecam. Dolazili su mi na Akademiju prijatelji: Boban, Asanovic, Jarni, Stimac, napravimo mi tu pravi štimung, gostovali su Severina, Toni Cetinski. Ma, druženje je sjajno, a u prvom planu je fudbal.
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<h4>Ima li žala za necim u igrackoj karijeri? </h4>
<p>- Bilo bi neukusno da posle „Zlatne lopte“, svega osvojenog sa Realom, treceg mesta sa Hrvatskom na Svetskom prvenstvu kažem da žalim za necim. Bilo je pobeda i poraza, ali to je sastavni deo života.
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<h4>Prijateljstva ostaju za sva vremena... </h4>
<p>- Imao sam veliku cast da u Sevilji igram sa Maradonom. Ostali smo u izuzetno korektnim odnosima. Pratim ga i krivo mi je zbog svega što mu se dešava. On je pravi primer mladima da shvate šta sve fudbal donosi, ali i gde može da odvede. Naravno, Peðu Mijatovica ne mogu da izostavim. Baš smo se slatko ispricali i smejali nedavno u Madridu na humanitarnoj utakmici. Veliki smo prijatelji i tako ce biti zauvek.
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<h4>Kriza je vidljiva na prostorima nekadašnje Jugoslavije. Da li
je rešenje balkanska liga? </h4>
<p>- Otvoreno cu reci da ne verujem u profesionalnu ligu na prostorima bivše Jugoslavije. Zašto ne reci i to da su kod nas uslovi amaterski. Pa, kad mogu Sveðani, Finci i još mnogi da igraju amaterski, zašto to ne bi bio slucaj i na ovim prostorima? Potrebno je da se pronaðe drugi nacin da klubovi doðu do novca. Mi, a ni vi, nemamo kvalitet. On se stvara kroz omladinske škole, koje vec dugo ne rade kako treba. Treneri se ne placaju. Dok trener ne bude redovno, od prvog do prvog, primao platu i dok ga budu smenjivali tipovi sumnjivog karaktera i znanja, nema rešenja za boljitak.
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<h5 align="right">D. Radovic </h5>
 

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I actually do not agree with Davor, on at least few points I think that a Balkan league would improve the competition of all the ex-YU republics leagues, just as they were competitive in ex-Yugoslavia. What I would expect to see if the big four clubs dominating the rest of the clubs of ex-YU, as they have done in the past. But I think in order for this to be realized all former ex-YU republics need their football associations restructured, too much corruption, game fixing, etc. If the football associations clean up their act perhaps it would attract spectators like it did in the years past, sixties and seventies…The football associations need to be serious, more western European business like or minded and need to deal corruption seriously as well as with making sure young kids are developed for the future of football. They need to make sure that there is money for improving the leagues, face it divided all former republics on their own are just too small and very irrelevant in their own that is just the reality.

I think that ex-YU republics always had talented players but politics prevented top players form achieving stature of their western European counter parts. Case in point is Dragoslav Sekularac who was prevented from playing abroad in Spain during his prime, Real Madrid wanted him, but the communists did not allow him to leave the country at least till way past his prime, and I am sure that there are other examples of this.

Now back on the question of the Balkan league, this concept seems to be working for basketball; I assume that it would also work for football, even though there are still numerous problems in the basketball league, security, officiating, etc. But if these sports are to survive the organizing bodies will need to clean up their act, and resolve these issues.
 

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Hrvatino said:
Interesting reading :)
Hrvatino I take it you do not need a translation? :) I wonder if monte can read and comprehend this Serbian dialect. :)
 

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You are joking,right?
Purger, of course it’s a joke, see the smiley face, I mean fourteen years ago everyone in ex-YU or all ethnic groups pretty much understood each other, but now all of them are creating their own language, thus my pun with the translation.
 

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LopuZa said:
Purger, of course it’s a joke, see the smiley face, I mean fourteen years ago everyone in ex-YU or all ethnic groups pretty much understood each other, but now all of them are creating their own language, thus my pun with the translation.
Ok:)
 

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Good for Suker, Jarni, Severina and co. now just feel free to move this thread to the Croatian forum where I think it belongs. :)
 

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Parni Valjak said:
Good for Suker, Jarni, Severina and co. now just feel free to move this thread to the Croatian forum where I think it belongs. :)
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Parni Valjak said:
Good for Suker, Jarni, Severina and co. now just feel free to move this thread to the Croatian forum where I think it belongs. :)

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No offence Lopuza, but why should we give a damn about what Suker thinks?

As for the Balkan league, it can never work and it's because of the fans. Besides some things are better left alone and I think this is one of them.
You mention the b-ball league which is soon going to be history and is not even that popular among fans anymore.

I do agree about the organization and corruption within our FA, but that's easier said than done, since most people coming to power in modern day Serbia seem to have a personal agenda before anything else.
 

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Our league isn't that good, but is still superior to any of our former "brother's" leagues. So we should instead think of reducing the number of teams in our first division and finally see some better competition.
 

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BTW I do not think we need a thread like this. Xtratime has a Croatian, Bosnian, Slovenian, Macedonian and Serbian forum, apart from that we also have a European Football forum, this kind of news fits better there, if you really want to post it here you might think of the off topic threads or sth ;)
Thanks

btw I SPEAK that very same Serbian dialect so that was a LAME joke.
 
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