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Discussion in 'Bosnia & Herzegovina' started by Vitez, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. Vitez

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    Actually it looks like a bad photo. Look at how small the head is in comparison to the body. It was probably taken from an angle.

    He might have gained some weight though. Those Sarajevski cevapi :eek:
     


  2. Zeljo Fanatico

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    Didn't they say he was drinking a lot of beers and partying in Bremen?
     
  3. Vitez

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    Hahaha that balija got fat in Germany from their awesome beer and chocolates.
     
  4. Zeljo Fanatico

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    Werder Bremen stockpiled his fridge with beers and chocolates to manipulate his career. Same with Denni Avdic. They buy our talents to destroy them :D
     


  5. Vitez

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    Vat are these Herr Husejinovic?? Bueno chocolates?? Raus.


    Arbeit Macht Frei!!
     
  6. Zeljo Fanatico

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    hahaha I fell off the seat bro :D
     
  7. Bosnian Diamond

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    A bad picture.
     
  8. Zeljo Fanatico

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    Oh.. actually that was pretty good then.. You're improving :D
     
  9. Bosnian Diamond

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    Well, I am learning from the best. ;)

    Thanks Vitez.
     
  10. Respekt

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    Husejinovic has really let himself go, I'm pretty sure one of the nights he was eating those cevape and chocolates, he decided to flush his career down the toilet along with all that waste. He really handled everything in a pathetic, immature way. What a shame, we could have had a proper right winger if he actually had the right mentality and worked for his place in the team.
     
  11. Bosnian Diamond

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    Siroki Brijeg defeated Velez Mostar 2-0 this past Wednesday. Nice victory for this club. They currently stand at second place, which is good enough for a Europa league spot. They are only four points away from Zeljeznicar, who have 49 points. Despite the small margin between these two teams in point difference, I don't see Siroki Brjeg catching up to Zeljeznicar due to the easy schedule Zeljeznicar has down the road (including games against GOSK Gabela Gabela, Sloboda Tuzla, etc.). But, I can see Siroki Brijeg putting up a fight and making sure Zeljo works for their league title.
     
  12. Bosnian Diamond

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    Zrinjski defeated Borac Banja Luka this last Wednesday. The score of the match was 1-0. This hurt Borac's placement in the standings. Sarajevo moved ahead to third place while Borac moved down to fourth. Still, good enough to play in Europe. They just can't drop too many points the rest of the way, and they should be fine. And their next match (against Olimpic) is very important. A loss for Borac Banja Luka would result in another slide in the standings (down to fifth - which means they lose their current EL spot). They also play the top team of the BIHPL, Zeljeznicar, after that. if they can do decent in these next two matches and come away with some kind of result, they shouldn't have to worry to much about losing that top four spot.
     
  13. Bosnian Diamond

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    The team recently suffered a terrible 3-0 loss to Travnik n Wednesday. This loss must have hurt the teams confidence, form, etc. Feel really bad for them after this match. And to make matters worse, they play Zrinjski Mostar, the league's sixth-best team (Sloboda is currently the BPL's third-worst team), in the next round. Things aren't looking to great for Sloboda Tuzla, at the moment.
     
  14. Bosnian Diamond

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    In the 21. Kolo (which took place this last Wednesday), Olimpic scored an impressive 2-0 win against Zvijezda. This latest victory for the side from Sarajevo means they are getting closer and closer to the European spots picture. Good times for this club. If they did qualify for EL, this would probably mean there would be three teams in Europe out of Sarajevo.
     
  15. Bosnian Diamond

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    After the 5-0 loss to Zeljeznicar, NK Celik will have to face off against more of a bottom-feeder in Kozara Gradiska. Must be a little relaxing for them after facing Olimpic, Sarajevo, and Zeljeznicar respectively for their last three matches on their schedule. A definite win in the 22. Kolo, and you might be able to say the same for the week after (versus Zvijezda). Celik currently stands at ninth place in the BIHPL standings...
     
  16. Respekt

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    Looking forward to the Borac-Olimpic game. Quietly optimistic that Olimpic could get all three points here. They managed to keep a cleansheet in front of thousands of screaming Manijaks, they could do the same in an empty stadium in Banja Luka as well as score a couple of goals. They won in Banja Luka 2-0 a couple of seasons ago, wouldn't rule out them repeating the trick.
     
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    Things haven't looked great for Sloboda since 2008, they are more focused on youth these days and are just looking to promote their young 17/18 year old talents. While that's good, you'd imagine they should be doing more as a team and not getting involved in these relegation scuffles.

    They'll lose to Zrinjski. Can't remember the last time they actually beat Zrinjski or Siroki in the league.
     
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  19. Zeljo Fanatico

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    0-3 Zeljo..unbelievable.

    Selimovic x2, Beslija
     
  20. Zeljo Fanatico

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    +38 goal difference

    That's higher than the total amount of goals scored by any other team. Other than Zeljo, Sarajevo is the highest scoring team in the league with 36 goals. That's less than Zeljo's goal difference! Zeljo actually scored 48 goals. Pure domination guys.

    Real Madrid concedes .875 goals per game.

    Zeljo concedes .45.

    Unreal.
     
  21. Respekt

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    Free scoring, defensively outstanding, and the most feared side in Bosnia these days.

    Let's see if Zeljo can bring this kind of play to Europe this summer, hopefully they do.
     
  22. Zeljo Fanatico

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    Not against Israeli sides. Celtic, Hamburg, a bunch of teams get thrashed in Israel because of the heat.

    Zeljo's gotten the toughest draws against Israeli sides for 2 years now.

    Bosnia's gotten the toughest draw possible against Portugal for two different qualifiers.

    Just give us something new for once and we'll prove ourselves. Sick and tired of being 'cheated'. I'm pretty sure on a good day, we can beat one of the lower table clubs in the Bundesliga.
     
  23. Respekt

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    If Zeljeznicar can beat a lower Bundesliga club, they can also beat a midtable Israeli club then. Israeli clubs aren't any big deal, some of their clubs have gone out to clubs from Belarus, Kazakhstan, etc. in the past couple of years, who obviously have inferior leagues to ours.

    They just need to be better prepared and take their chances. The way they just let Hapoel and Maccabi walk right through the defence was incredible, it was U-15 schoolboy organization.

    They beat Sheriff Tiraspol and kept two cleansheets in the process while Sheriff themselves have beaten the likes of Dinamo Zagreb, Steaua Bucuresti, AZ Alkmaar, and Dynamo Kyiv recently.
     
  24. Zeljo Fanatico

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    It's the weather dude. Zeljo was the better team at home against both of the Israeli sides they faced in the past 2 years (despite the scoreline). I bet Zeljo would play well in BuLi weather, I guarantee it.
     
  25. Respekt

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    And yet clubs from Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Belarus have been able to deal with it and keep the scoreline respectable.

    Your second sentence also proves that the weather is just an excuse and something to use to run away from how badly Zeljo defended and just looked awful in terms of organization in those games. If Zeljo could outplay them, then there is no excuse in the world to lose 5-0 or 6-0.
     

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