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    Ex Yugoslavian leagues

    I know that is not intersting for most of members but we have a lot of members from this places and would be intersting to hear from the first hand how strong they domestic clubs are?

    "Big clubs" are:

    Partizan Belgrade, Red Star Belgrade from Serbia
    Dinamo Zagreb, Hajduk Split from Croati
    Zeljeznicar and Sarajevo from Bosnia
    Maribor, Olimpia from Slovenia
    Macedonia: I don't know
    Zeta from Monte Negro
    Albania: I don't know


    Interesting clubs:

    Rijeka from Croatia, Italian milioner is owner and a lot of new players came, still didn't catch the momentum
    Slaven Belupo from Croatia is very good team for betting. Expirienced team, very safe.
    Široki Brijeg from Bosnia have money too. Very interesting young club.
    Vojvodina from Serbia have a good team.

    Players who coud become big:

    Croatia: Kovačić (Dinamo), Andrijašević (Hajduk), Vrsaljko (Dinamo)
    Serbia: Marković (Partizan)
    Bosnia: Hadžić (Sarajevo)

    There are probablly much more super talents what I don't know.

    Some players that played that leagues in last 10 years:


    ------ Džeko -- -Jovetić - -- - -
    - -- - - - - -- - - - - - --- ----
    - -- Modrić - - -- - Stanković --
    - -- -- - - - Cana - - -- - - - -
    - Kolarov -- - - - - - - -Srna - -
    - -- -- - -- -- - - - - - -- -- -
    - - Nastasic - Vidić - Ivanović -- -
    - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- -
    -- - - - Handanović --- - -- - - -



    So if anyone have any tips, if anyone knows that some club have help from refs or have a new owner with a lot a money this would be nice place to share that information with us that we can earn some money.

    Thanks!
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    should we create ex Soviet Top League topic

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    Quote Originally Posted by I4E View Post
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    Why are you so puffed-up?

    Anyway:

    Anyone who lives here and loves betting undarstands how easy money can be taken. Bosnian league have bad odds and it's limited with 1 game per ticket, plus you must add another four games to play that one.

    So:

    1. Bosnian league: I can find easilly one sure game every week

    what is missing? Another four games.

    2. Pajo can find Macedonian league
    3. Coatian guys can help there
    4. Some Slovenians
    5. Anyone

    Game, set and match.

    We can try with small stakes.
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    You don't know from Macedonia? Vardar maybe?

    We suck though. Vardar was strong till like 15 years ago, now is shit, as our whole football.
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    ------ Džeko -- -Jovetić - -- - -
    - -- - - - - -- - - - - - --- ----
    - -- Modrić - - -- - Stanković --
    - -- -- - - - Cana - - -- - - - -
    - Kolarov -- - - - - - - -Srna - -
    - -- -- - -- -- - - - - - -- -- -
    - - Nastasic - Vidić - Ivanović -- -
    - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - - - -- -
    -- - - - Handanović --- - -- - - -
    This lineup is a disgrace. Where is Pandev?
    Quote Originally Posted by Arlen View Post
    The problem with this kind of site in english is the international brand of supporters from non-footballers or non-top-footballer countries..
    You see people from Colombia, Oceania, Ireland(i think) pretending that at least ONCE in their life they saw a young wc talent arriving and becoming a world star.

    Just a idea: if you want a serious debate about football, you should block everybody from countries that NEVER will win nothing and NEVER will have a balon d'or, for example.
    Whats the point about those guys opinions??? Can i go to some New Zealand chat and start to teach them how to recognize the better wc prospects among young Rugby players?
    Again, if you NEVER saw a young wc prospect struggling in his first years, like Kaka or Ronaldinho who were booed by they local supporters here, how could you judge????

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    Some decent teams out that way and I very much like a bet on most of these leagues. My number one club Hearts have played against a few ex Soviet teams in recent years.

    We played Dinamo Zagreb in 2009. They are a very strong team with some great players. We played Siroki Brijeg in a CL qualifier in 2006 winning 3-0 on agg. And also played Zeljeznicar in 2003 winning too. I think Edin Dzeko was on the bench for Zeljeznicar when we played them in Scotland but he was very young.

    Our owner is Lithuanian/Russian and we have had a lot of Lithuanian players play for our club including Edgaras Jankauskas who is now our assistant manager.

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