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Postby RasniPantela » 2008 Dec 13, 19:07

Serbian National Team

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Nickname: Orlovi (Eagles)

Team Kits:
  • Red, Blue, White
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  • White, White,White
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Official Website: fss.rs

Manager: _ned Dick Advocaat

Team Roster:

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Recent Call-ups:

Goalkeepers:
Damir Kahriman _srb FC Red Star Belgrade

Defenders:
Slobodan Rajković - _ger Hamburger

Midfielders:
Aleksandar Ignjovski - _ger Eintracht Frankfurt
Luka Milivojević - _bel Anderlecht
Zdravko Kuzmanović - _ita FC Internazionale Milano
Ivan Radovanović - _ita AC Chievo Verona
Nenad Krstičić - _ita UC Sampdoria

Strikers:
Filip Đuričić - _ger Mainz 05
Stefan Šcepović - _esp Sporting Gijon

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2009 Oct 11, 21:50

Well, if we manage to beat Lithuania away, we can enter layer No.2 ...

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Re: SERBIA

Postby polka16 » 2009 Oct 15, 19:44

I wish Antic call Dusan Basta! He´s a great player! Ivanovic has had a great year and deserves to be a starter but dusan this up to the selection of Serbia!

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2009 Oct 15, 20:36

polka16 wrote:I wish Antic call Dusan Basta! He´s a great player! Ivanovic has had a great year and deserves to be a starter but dusan this up to the selection of Serbia!


Well, we do need a Right Back beside Rukavina since Ivanovic is forced to play in this position. I dunno, Basta had his chance earlier but never did show his potential in national squad. Even in U21 he was most of the time in the reserves... Tbh, I didnt saw him play in Udinese but, considering the stats he looks like nt potential

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Re: SERBIA

Postby polka16 » 2009 Oct 16, 17:14

Lately Basta has continuity and has played at a good level, but the strategy of Italian football is not allowed to play offensively. In the games I have seen is not able to attack, I suppose, because of technical indications. Thank you and Go Serbia! _srb

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Re: SERBIA

Postby Ace » 2009 Nov 09, 12:44

new call-ups:

Goalkeepers: Vladimir Stojkovic (Sporting), Bojan Isailovic (Cukaricki Belgrade), Zeljko Brkic (Vojvodina Novi Sad)

Defenders: Branislav Ivanovic (Chelsea), Antonio Rukavina (Munich 1860), Nemanja Vidic (Manchester United), Neven Subotic (Borussia Dortmund), Aleksandar Lukovic (Udinese), Ivica Dragutinovic (Sevilla), Aleksandar Kolarov (Lazio)

Midfielders: Dejan Stankovic (Inter Milan), Gojko Kacar (Hertha Berlin), Nenad Milijas (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Zdravko Kuzmanovic (Vfb Stuttgart), Radosav Petrovic (Partizan Belgrade), Milos Krasic (CSKA Moscow), Zoran Tosic (Manchester United), Milos Ninkovic (Dynamo Kiev), Milan Jovanovic (Standard Liege)

Strikers: Nikola Zigic (Valencia), Marko Pantelic (Ajax Amsterdam), Danko Lazovic (PSV Eindhoven)
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first post is perfect! thanks coolactive!
(but next times resize the team image :P )

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2009 Nov 14, 20:35

Updated squad with debutants from a friendly match vs Northern Ireland.

Jagoš VUKOVIĆ and Dejan LEKIĆ added in Recent callups ;)

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 Feb 26, 17:30

Announced squad for friendly vs Algeria

Goalkeepers: Vladimir Stojković, Željko Brkić

Defence: Branislav Ivanović, Antonio Rukavina, Nemanja Vidić, Neven Subotić, Aleksandar Luković, Aleksandar Kolarov, Ivica Dragutinović

Midfield: Dejan Stanković, Nenad Milijaš, Gojko Kačar, Zdravko Kuzmanović, Radosav Petrović, Boško Janković, Miloš Krasić, Zoran Tošić, Miloš Ninković, Milan Jovanović

Strikers: Nikola Žigić, Danko Lazović, Marko Pantelić i Dejan Lekić.

Notes about 1st post :
Goalkeeper Vladimir Dišljenković retired from national team due to constant injuries. FK Vojvodina goalie Željko Brkić is most propably his permanent replacement.
Boško Janković recovered from his operation and coach Antić recalled him.
Left back, Ivan Obradović from Zaragoza is left out because of his injuries that sidelined him most of the season.
Striker Dejan Lekić, from Red Star Belgrade is, after his debut vs Korea in London, recalled in 1st squad.

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 Mar 04, 07:37

Friendly match, 03.03.2010.

Algeria - Serbia 0:3
13′ M. Pantelic [0 - 1]
54′ Z. Kuzmanovic [0 - 2]
64′ Z. Tosic [0 - 3]


All players got their chance on really bad and bumpy pitch in Algeria. Surprisingly, goalie Stojkovic had a very good night, his keeping was almost perfect - great save in 1on1 with Ziani and several parades after Ghezzal and Djebour shots. It is pitty that pitch was in such bad condition and players just got too careful not to get injured. You can see goals in this video below :



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Re: SERBIA

Postby PMC » 2010 Mar 09, 05:11

i must say your main squad looks really strong but I'm surprised to see so many "no names" in the recently called up list. I'd have thought that your squad was much deeper than that considering the huge amount of talent you guys possess.

Btw. I like this short review you did... I'll do that for the Romanian NT as well from now on ;)

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 Mar 09, 06:32

PMC wrote:i must say your main squad looks really strong but I'm surprised to see so many "no names" in the recently called up list. I'd have thought that your squad was much deeper than that considering the huge amount of talent you guys possess.

Btw. I like this short review you did... I'll do that for the Romanian NT as well from now on ;)


Are you talking about squad vs Algeria or next callups vs Japan ?
Squad vs Algeria is very much the same like it was before, only without Disljenkovic [changed nationality to Ukraine] and Isailovic, goalkeepers. Now, if you are referring to the squad that will be facing Japan in a friendly, it is a different story. Whole squad for that match will be from JSL, 100% domestic players and Antic wont be leading them. Japanese squad agreed to this.

Thanx for support about review, I wanted to do something new for a change ;)

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 Mar 29, 15:33

Serbia and Japan agreed for a friendly that will happen @ 7th of April. Serbia will go to Japan with squad with player play only in national league, Jelen Super League. Furthermore, sqaud will lead FK Javor Habitpharm coach, Radovan Ćurčić.
His selection for this match is :


GOALKEEPERS:
Željko Brkić (Vojvodina)
Milan Jovanić (Spartak).

DEFENCE:
Pavle Ninkov (Crvena zvezda)
Miroslav Vulićević (Vojvodina)
Milan Vilotić (Crvena zvezda)
Vojislav Stanković (Partizan)
Milovan Milović (Javor)
Marko Lomić (Partizan)

MIDFIELD:
Radosav Petrović (Partizan)
Ljubomir Fejsa (Partizan)
Nikola Mitrović (Napredak)
Nemanja Tomić (Partizan)
Nikola Beljić (OFK Beograd)
Aleksandar Davidov (Partizan)
Dušan Tadić (Vojvodina).

ATTACK:
Dejan Lekić (Crvena zvezda)
Dragan Mrđa (Vojvodina)
Andrija Kaluđerović (Rad).


Those players from Serbian league will have their chance to prove themselves to national coach Antic and maybe selected for South Africa. I guess that some other names from domestic league should be there but there it is. Like you can see, I made most of them, I am also close to make stats for young and promising striker, currently top one in Serbian league, Andrija Kaludjerovic. I am looking forward to see how they will perform vs japanese side. Cheers !

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 Apr 07, 15:11

Friendly match, 07.04.2010. Nagai, Osaka

Japan - Serbia 0:3
15′ D. Mrdja [0 - 1]
23′ D. Mrdja [0 - 2]
60′ N. Tomic [0 - 3]


Japan’s World Cup preparations were rocked on Wednesday evening as they were defeated 3-0 by Serbia at Nagai Stadium in Osaka.
A first half brace from Dragan Mrdja put the Europeans, who like Japan fielded a squad drawn entirely from their domestic league, in control and they never looked back.
- taken from Goal.com review
Only one dark shadow - Ljubomir Fejsa seriously damaged his knee ligaments and propably wont be playing couple of games. All players listed in above post got their chance.

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Re: SERBIA

Postby PMC » 2010 Apr 07, 16:02

a very categoric victory ;)

this should underline the amount of potential you got in your league.

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 Apr 07, 17:28

PMC wrote:a very categoric victory ;)

this should underline the amount of potential you got in your league.


All went well, better then expected here. Guys showed potential and played a very disciplined game. Pitch was almost perfect and all lines were working - even counters [first goal] - good searching balls for Lekic and Mrdja who really made a mess of Japan's defence.
I am satisfied that stats I made for them are very close to their performances, maybe even a bit better :lol:

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 May 11, 06:22

10th May 2010

Coach Antic announced wide list of players for South Africa. Those players will compete for 23 places in a World Cup. I will not update first post until list is confirmed with 23 players who will definetely go to South Africa.

Preliminary list :


GOALKEEPERS
Vladimir Stojković - Wigan Athletic
Bojan Isailović - Zaglebie Lubin
Željko Brkić - FK Vojvodina
Anđelko Đuričić - Leiria [ new player ]

DEFENCE
Branislav Ivanović - Chelsea FC
Antonio Rukavina - Munchen 1860
Aleksandar Luković - Udinese
Aleksandar Kolarov - SS Lacio
Nemanja Vidić - Manchester United
Neven Subotić - Borussia Dortmund
Ivan Obradović - Zaragoza
Jagoš Vuković, PSV
Slobodan Rajković, FC Twente

MIDFIELD
Dejan Stanković - Internazionale, TEAM CAPTAIN
Zdravko Kuzmanović - Sttutgart
Miloš Krasić - CSKA Moscow
Milan Jovanović - Standard Liege
Gojko Kačar - Hertha Berlin
Nenad Milijaš - Wolverhampton
Zoran Tošić - 1FC Koeln
Miloš Ninković - Dinamo Kiev
Radosav Petrović - FK Partizan Belgrade
Miralem Sulejmani, Ajax
Nemanja Matić, Chelsea FC
Nemanja Tomić, FK Partizan


ATTACK
Marko Pantelić - Ajax
Nikola Žigić - Valencia
Danko Lazović - Zenit St.Petersbourg
Dejan Lekić - FK Crvena Zvezda
Dragan Mrđa - FK Vojvodina


Note :
Ivica Dragutinović is injured, achilles tendon is torn and he will not be in the squad. Boško Janković is also out because of the knee ligaments problem. Danko Lazović is doubtfull but his recovery is going fast and he just might be there.
Once again, full update of the squad will be in a 1st post when Serbian national team land in South Africa ;)

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Re: SERBIA

Postby slyz » 2010 May 11, 10:42

This was yesterday at Newspapers, and its not mr. Radomir Antic's list.
Its just a newspaper's speculation abouth who will get a potential call.
Today or tommorow Antic will relase the list... wait until than.




Edit: Now its a mr. Radomir Antic list :)
Too bad, we have just a 2 real CB's (Vidic and Subotic) .

Probably those players from the list will fell out : keeper (Isailovic) , Matic or Sulejmani , and Lekic or Mrdja at forward line. +1 :)

I hope it will not be injuries!

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 May 11, 11:58

slyz wrote:This was yesterday at Newspapers, and its not mr. Radomir Antic's list.
Its just a newspaper's speculation abouth who will get a potential call.
Today or tommorow Antic will relase the list... wait until than.


http://www.sportske.net/vest/domaci-fud ... 20643.html

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 May 12, 10:30

Official list sent to FIFA :

http://www.fss.rs/sr/news/newsArchive/story/2501/ФСС+доставио+ФИФА+проширени+списак+играча+за+СП+2010..html

All players with links are posted here : post175886.html#p175886

Official 23 players list for South Africa will be posted on June 1st and first post will be updated.

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Re: SERBIA

Postby PE+)A » 2010 May 15, 08:58

Wondering why he didn't call Milan Bisevac, who is really better than Jagos Vukovic...Jagos dind't play much this season, unexpected injury in squad will make big problems on CB, even there are alternatives like Lukovic and Ivanovic (in that case RB would be Rukavina :( ).
Also he could gave a chance for Jorgacevic from Belgium, Brkic will have his time in future...
And for attackers, it is very strange for me why is he forcing Lekic so much. For me, he didn't have that quality yet to even be in Red Star, not in the NT :roll:(his price is about 5 million euros :shock: )

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Re: SERBIA

Postby coolactive » 2010 May 15, 12:37

PE+)A wrote:Wondering why he didn't call Milan Bisevac, who is really better than Jagos Vukovic...Jagos dind't play much this season, unexpected injury in squad will make big problems on CB, even there are alternatives like Lukovic and Ivanovic (in that case RB would be Rukavina :( ).
Also he could gave a chance for Jorgacevic from Belgium, Brkic will have his time in future...
And for attackers, it is very strange for me why is he forcing Lekic so much. For me, he didn't have that quality yet to even be in Red Star, not in the NT :roll:(his price is about 5 million euros :shock: )


If he did call Bisevac, considering his years, he should be in first team but it would not be the case obviously... Jagos is young player, he was in all Serbian selections since early years and propably they count on him in a future.
My favorite for a GK spot was Jorgacevic from Gent but, like you, i was wrong, sadly. I agree with you considering Lekic and I must add Petrovic also. Those two are mystery spots...

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