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Adnan Aganović

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Re: Adnan Aganović

Postby petreleo » 2016 Jan 18, 15:00

http://ael-fc.com/2016/01/%CE%BA%CE%B1% ... %84%CF%82/

Signed for _cyp AEL Limassol.

He is #79.
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Re: Adnan Aganović

Postby Raulic » 2016 Jun 23, 17:08

Released and signed for Steaua.
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Re: Adnan Aganović

Postby petreleo » 2017 Feb 09, 17:47

Raulic wrote:Released and signed for Steaua.

http://aelfc.gr/index.php/anakoinoseis- ... agkanovits

Signed for _gre AE Larissa for then next 2 and a half years. He is #20.

How has he done in Romania with Steaua București? From what I have heard he had been playing a lot as a both-Sided Full-Back for Steaua, which is really surprising since previously for AEL Limassol in Cyprus, he was playing a lot as an Attacking player, Winger or Attacking-Midfielder, and even as a Striker, doing well in those position for AEL. This guy must be a seriously versatile player to be able to play in all those positions in less than a year!
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Re: Adnan Aganović

Postby Raulic » 2017 Feb 10, 15:36

petreleo wrote:
Raulic wrote:Released and signed for Steaua.

http://aelfc.gr/index.php/anakoinoseis- ... agkanovits

Signed for _gre AE Larissa for then next 2 and a half years. He is #20.

How has he done in Romania with Steaua București? From what I have heard he had been playing a lot as a both-Sided Full-Back for Steaua, which is really surprising since previously for AEL Limassol in Cyprus, he was playing a lot as an Attacking player, Winger or Attacking-Midfielder, and even as a Striker, doing well in those position for AEL. This guy must be a seriously versatile player to be able to play in all those positions in less than a year!


Well, he couln't be seen very much on the field because he had some weird facial injury or the coach didn't put him in the starting 11.
He played as full-back because the coach put him there as he didn't have any decent solution for those position, he can't be considered to be able to play as a full-back yet.
He was decent when he played as an Attacking Midfield or as a Winger as you stated but he played very few matches and hasn't raised to the desired level for Steaua so both parts decided to end the contract.
They somehow expected to replace Stanciu, but he's not that type of player.
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Re: Adnan Aganović

Postby petreleo » 2019 Jan 30, 22:34

Raulic wrote:
petreleo wrote:
Raulic wrote:Released and signed for Steaua.

http://aelfc.gr/index.php/anakoinoseis- ... agkanovits

Signed for _gre AE Larissa for then next 2 and a half years. He is #20.

How has he done in Romania with Steaua București? From what I have heard he had been playing a lot as a both-Sided Full-Back for Steaua, which is really surprising since previously for AEL Limassol in Cyprus, he was playing a lot as an Attacking player, Winger or Attacking-Midfielder, and even as a Striker, doing well in those position for AEL. This guy must be a seriously versatile player to be able to play in all those positions in less than a year!


Well, he couln't be seen very much on the field because he had some weird facial injury or the coach didn't put him in the starting 11.
He played as full-back because the coach put him there as he didn't have any decent solution for those position, he can't be considered to be able to play as a full-back yet.
He was decent when he played as an Attacking Midfield or as a Winger as you stated but he played very few matches and hasn't raised to the desired level for Steaua so both parts decided to end the contract.
They somehow expected to replace Stanciu, but he's not that type of player.

http://www.ael-fc.com/2019/01/%CF%83%CF ... %BF%CE%B2/

Returned to _cyp AEL Limassol(No.#99) as a Free-Agent, after ending his contract with 2nd-Division Turkish Altay S.K.

A good 6-month period at AEL Limassol he had 3 years ago, was the reason why they brought him back this January as an attempt to challenge for the League-title, after quite surprisingly being still close to 1st-position. This guy also has one of the weirdest career paths around, from AEL Limassol to AEL Larissa, and back to AEL Limassol(amongst other clubs) within less than 3 years! :D
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Re: Adnan Aganović

Postby petreleo » 2020 Feb 08, 13:14

petreleo wrote:
Raulic wrote:
petreleo wrote:
Raulic wrote:Released and signed for Steaua.

http://aelfc.gr/index.php/anakoinoseis- ... agkanovits

Signed for _gre AE Larissa for then next 2 and a half years. He is #20.

How has he done in Romania with Steaua București? From what I have heard he had been playing a lot as a both-Sided Full-Back for Steaua, which is really surprising since previously for AEL Limassol in Cyprus, he was playing a lot as an Attacking player, Winger or Attacking-Midfielder, and even as a Striker, doing well in those position for AEL. This guy must be a seriously versatile player to be able to play in all those positions in less than a year!


Well, he couln't be seen very much on the field because he had some weird facial injury or the coach didn't put him in the starting 11.
He played as full-back because the coach put him there as he didn't have any decent solution for those position, he can't be considered to be able to play as a full-back yet.
He was decent when he played as an Attacking Midfield or as a Winger as you stated but he played very few matches and hasn't raised to the desired level for Steaua so both parts decided to end the contract.
They somehow expected to replace Stanciu, but he's not that type of player.

http://www.ael-fc.com/2019/01/%CF%83%CF ... %BF%CE%B2/

Returned to _cyp AEL Limassol(No.#99) as a Free-Agent, after ending his contract with 2nd-Division Turkish Altay S.K.

A good 6-month period at AEL Limassol he had 3 years ago, was the reason why they brought him back this January as an attempt to challenge for the League-title, after quite surprisingly being still close to 1st-position. This guy also has one of the weirdest career paths around, from AEL Limassol to AEL Larissa, and back to AEL Limassol(amongst other clubs) within less than 3 years! :D


Please move him to _cyp AEL Limassol.
He started this Season in an average way, his name was mentioned as one of the candidates to leave the club in January, but then his form improved and now he is performing at a good level once again. Last week in the 2-0 win Vs Apollon Limassol he had been one of the best players.
Physically, I don't think that he is so great any more...His Speed-Stats and Body-Balance can drop about 2-3 points each.
Also, Shirt Name: AGA

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