Category: Balkans

Blog posts covering the Balkans area in football.

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KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny and the 1996 UI-Cup

KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny and the 1996 UI-Cup

Manuel Veth - The introduction of a third European competition with the beautiful name Europa League 2 has caused some consternation among the footba ...
Ante Palaversa – City Sign Croatia’s Answer to Xabi Alonso

Ante Palaversa – City Sign Croatia’s Answer to Xabi Alonso

Marko Jerleković - Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky Italia reported on Tuesday that Manchester City has agreed an €8 million deal with Hajduk Split for Croa ...
Vlasic – Everton’s loanee is profiting from Russia’s Bull Market

Vlasic – Everton’s loanee is profiting from Russia’s Bull Market

Manuel Veth - Nikola Vlasic is one of the many benefactors of Russia's post-World Cup boom. In the latest Transfermarkt evaluation, the Russian Premi ...
What to expect from Eastern Europe’s football clubs in the Europa League?

What to expect from Eastern Europe’s football clubs in the Europa League?

Manuel Veth - The Europa League last 32 has been drawn and teams from the Champions League now enter the competition. The road to the final in Baku i ...
Milan Borjan – The story of an unsung Canadian hero

Milan Borjan – The story of an unsung Canadian hero

Manuel Veth - Milan Borjan has been a star for his club Crvena zvezda both in the Serbian SuperLiga but also in Europe's premium competition the UEFA ...
Rapid București – The complicated history of Romania’s rail-workers club

Rapid București – The complicated history of Romania’s rail-workers club

Tim Appleton - When businessman George Copos sold Rapid București football club in 2013, after two decades in charge, he had overseen one of the most ...
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