#ThrowbackThursday: Germany vs Serbia, 2010 World Cup

January 21, 2016

I usually have belief in Serbia’s national football team, no matter how bad or good we are, but something about this German squad that really concerned me.  Sure we were coming off a fantastic qualifying phase, where we had finished first ahead of world powerhouse, France and a solid Austrian side.  Germany is a team that had always worried me. Great passing, solid defending and some world class strikers who…

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U-20 World Cup Preview: Serbia

May 20, 2015

A few days ago, Serbian U-20 manager, Veljko Paunovic released the roster that he will be taking to New Zealand for the U-20 World Cup, which will be held from May 30th-June 20th. Serbia is taking part in the event for the first time since 1987 (under the name Yugoslavia) which they coincidentally won that year.   Paunovic’s list is as follows:   GOALKEEPERS: Predrag Rajkovic (Red Star), Vanja Milinkovic-Savic…

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Euro 2016 qualifying: the good and the bad

April 5, 2015

We have entered the final stretch of Euro 2016 qualifying, but there is still so much to be determined with only four or five matches left to play for each team.  If you remember back before qualifying got underway, I wrote a piece on five teams that you should look out for; a few up and comers and some of the more established teams, who still have something to prove. …

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Marko Vejinovic Case: Netherlands or Serbia?

November 9, 2014

Marko Vejinovic, Vitesse midfielder A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a piece on Filip Kostic and how he had the choice of either playing for Montenegro, or Serbia.  Since then Kostic stated that he will be waiting for Serbia to call his name, no matter how long that may take. In the last week or so, Vitesse midfielder, Marko Vejinovic has received some interest from both the Netherlands and…

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Filip Kostic Case: Montenegro or Serbia?

October 21, 2014

Filip Kostic A few days ago, Serbian media reported that Serbian U-21 and Stuttgart winger, Filip Kostic could be suiting up for Montenegro instead of the Serbian national team.  People within the Serbian football have stated that there is no way Kostic will play for Montenegro, as opposed to Serbia. Filip Kostic started his career with FK Radnicki Kragujevac 1923.  In three seasons with the Serbian club, Kostic played a…

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State of the Serbian National Football team

November 19, 2013

Even though Serbia was not successful in qualifying for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, it is time to start looking forward to qualifying for Euro 2016, which will be held in France. Serbia finished third in group A, behind Belgium and Croatia with 14 points (four wins, two draws and four losses).  At the start of qualifying, we knew it would be very difficult to qualify with all the…

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