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Adem Ljajić

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Re: Adem Ljajić, FK Partizan Belgrade

Postby coolactive » 2008 Dec 26, 13:25

There are few parameters with wrong colour :oops:

Apply green please. (response,agility,dribble acc., SP speed, shot power, technique, aggression, mentality) .
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Re: Adem Ljajić, FK Partizan Belgrade

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 26, 15:47

Adem Ljajic is a name to remember. The 16-year-old has already established himself as a squad player for local giants Partizan Belgrade. Ljajic is one of the most talented young players in Serbia, he has all the qualities required of a complete, creative right winger or central attacking midfielder.

According to the IMScouting database, Adem Ljajic’s estimated market value is €2,000K and his estimated salary per year is €50K.

The Serbian media have given him the moniker “little Kaka,” due to his similarities with the Brazilian attacker and the youngster admits that the AC Milan forward is his favourite player. Similar to Kaka, Ljajic is an excellent technician and can play in almost all attacking positions in the team; he is a very brave young player and a great dribbler.

Ljajic was brought to Partizan five years ago by one of the greatest youth coaches in Serbia, Dusan Trbojevic, who had seen him in action in a youth tournament. Shortly after his arrival he started to display his magic in Partizan's youth teams.

Last year, several European giants tried to sign the young midfielder. Inter Milan and Spartak Moscow offered Ljajic tempting terms, far better than Partizan’s and it seemed that the youngster would leave the Serbian giants. But the new management board secured him to a three-year contract, with an option to extend for another three years, despite a number of other clubs watching him, including Arsenal, Ajax and Manchester United.

Ljajic, commented on the interest from these big clubs in July of this year: “My father and I decided it would be best for me to stay and try and make a name for myself at Partizan and in Serbian football first. I’d like to give something back to a club that gave me everything and without whom I wouldn’t be where I am now.”

In the summer of 2008 Ljajic trained with the senior squad at Partizan for the first time. The older players in the team were immediately impressed and nicknamed him "Cira," because he reminded them of Dragan Ciric, the former Partizan player who played for Barcelona and was a magnificent technician - a real genius.

But in truth, Ciric was a lazy player and he didn't achieve as much as he should have during his career. In comparison, Ljajic has a different character; he works hard and is always willing to learn. By virtue of wearing the number 22 shirt at Partizan, Ljajic has also been compared to another creative attacking midfielder in Sasa Ilic, who was the last player to wear this number for the Belgrade giants.

It looks like Ljajic will only play a few games for Partizan’s first XI this season as the club has a very strong side aiming for a domestic double and progression in the UEFA Cup. The 16-year-old right-sided attacking midfielder also has some impressive players in front of him. Zoran Tosic is now arguably in the best form of his career and Milos Bogunovic has been a huge revelation.

But, in every game that Partizan are winning comfortably, Slavisa Jokanovic will bring on Ljajic for at least 20 minutes to gain some valuable experience. He has already made five appearances this season, including playing time in the Champions League qualifiers and he also represented Serbia at Under-19 and Under-21 level.

Although Ljajic is 6.0ft, he admits that his main weaknesses are defending and heading, due to a lack of strength, but with the right training and development this should improve as he gains more experience. Ljajic did though recently score a header for the Serbian Under-21 team in their 1-0 win over their Swedish counterparts.

With his great vision, complete technique and strong character, it's only a matter of time before Adem Ljajic makes a big move to an elite European club.

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby CrO_WoNdEr » 2008 Dec 27, 21:39

coolactive wrote:There are few parameters with wrong colour :oops:

Apply green please. (response,agility,dribble acc., SP speed, shot power, technique, aggression, mentality) .
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srrry mate I was in a hurry when I posted our stats...

And Paddy nice copied text :P

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby PMC » 2008 Dec 28, 00:13

CrO_WoNdEr wrote:
coolactive wrote:There are few parameters with wrong colour :oops:

Apply green please. (response,agility,dribble acc., SP speed, shot power, technique, aggression, mentality) .
Thanks for post

srrry mate I was in a hurry when I posted our stats...

And Paddy nice copied text :P


Croats and Serbs posting players together... I thought i'd never see that day :shock: ;)

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby coolactive » 2008 Dec 28, 00:21

PMC wrote:
CrO_WoNdEr wrote:
coolactive wrote:There are few parameters with wrong colour :oops:

Apply green please. (response,agility,dribble acc., SP speed, shot power, technique, aggression, mentality) .
Thanks for post

srrry mate I was in a hurry when I posted our stats...

And Paddy nice copied text :P


Croats and Serbs posting players together... I thought i'd never see that day :shock: ;)


You said "no misbehave" so... :lol:

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 28, 13:31

CrO_WoNdEr wrote:And Paddy nice copied text :P


its from IMScouting database, I thought it wpuld help out

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby coolactive » 2008 Dec 28, 13:49

its from IMScouting database, I thought it wpuld help out


Thank you, this add a new perspective, but, he played only a few games so it is difficult to see his full scale.
We thought this is the "basement" from he can upgrade more and more. If he move to Man Utd and start to play more games, I think he will be better then Rafael da Silva, but until then... What do you think we can change now, is there any parameter that needs to be raised or lowered?

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 28, 13:54

considering I've never seen him play it'd be unfair to rate him.... sorry

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby coolactive » 2008 Dec 28, 14:20

Paddy wrote:considering I've never seen him play it'd be unfair to rate him.... sorry


Then, you must trust cro&srb combination ;)

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 28, 14:37

whys he's so unagile?

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby coolactive » 2008 Dec 28, 15:41

Paddy wrote:whys he's so unagile?


Because, imo, he is like Di Santo in that particular region.

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby Paddy » 2008 Dec 28, 16:05

but, Di santo is a good bit taller than him, who'd he be like who's the same height as him, and compare him to someone who plays the same position if you can

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby coolactive » 2008 Dec 28, 16:42

Paddy wrote:but, Di santo is a good bit taller than him, who'd he be like who's the same height as him, and compare him to someone who plays the same position if you can


Ok, sounds reasonable, so, how about a raise of 2 points ? What is your suggestion?

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby RB7 » 2008 Dec 29, 17:38

coolactive wrote:
Paddy wrote:but, Di santo is a good bit taller than him, who'd he be like who's the same height as him, and compare him to someone who plays the same position if you can


Ok, sounds reasonable, so, how about a raise of 2 points ? What is your suggestion?


Well, each player is like it is.. you shouldn't raise just because he's not as tall as Di Santo, just if you think he deserves to be raised.
Anyways good work, nice for the forum to have you around since you know Serbian football ;)

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby CrO_WoNdEr » 2008 Dec 29, 19:47

i think 78 is enough for what I + coolactive have seen
and I don't think that he'll play in ManU this season he will surely be loaned to another Club, so we won't see him much play in UK this season

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby Ace » 2009 Jan 02, 13:17

United is pleased to announce it has reached an agreement with Partizan Belgrade and the players for Zoran Tosic and Adem Ljajic to join the club.

Tosic, 21, will sign with immediate effect and wear the no.14 shirt, while an agreement is in place for 17-year-old striker Ljajic to remain with Partizan for the rest of 2009.

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby PMC » 2009 Jan 02, 13:19

so he will stay at Partizan for now?

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby coolactive » 2009 Jan 02, 13:21

PMC wrote:so he will stay at Partizan for now?


Yes he is, at least for 6 months more. ;)

EDIT :
Sir Alex Ferguson @ goal.com :
"Tosic has joined us immediately, his work permit is through," Ferguson explained today.

"He's a young player, he's 21. He's a wide left player, we like wide players at this club. We've been watching him for over a year.

"He's now a regular in the Serbia national team. Hopefully he does well.

"We'll give him time; he's not played since December 10, he'll need time to adjust; to get used to the tempo of our game and also the training.

"Ljajic is a very good young player, he's 17 years of age. He will join us next year."

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Re: Adem Ljajić

Postby imi » 2009 Jan 06, 10:10

Goal.com
02/01/2009 ---- Adem Ljajic ---- Partizan --2-- Man Utd. ---- Confirmed

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