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Danteus last edited by
could I make proposal for Yugoslavia team from Nostalgian Cup A league that you include at least one Bosnian player in it? I would propose this earlier, but never got a chance to play this league till now. Historically, Bosnia had some notable football players that have played for Yugoslavian national team, and also has some players now that would probably make it's first team.
Yugoslavia was a country of Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Bosnia& Herzegovina. I don't really know why there isn't any Bosnian player included in this squad when every other nation has it's representatives. It's historically inaccurate and somehow unfair. At least these notable football names deserve not to be forgotten. I propose including at least 2 Bosnian players, as I could make even a bigger list, but it's not needed as players mentioned here, believe me, are well known here.
Proposals would be:
Safet Sušić - Midfielder - Paris Saint Germain's voted best foreign player in history, absolute legend for Yugo team. I don't think there is anyone that doesn't know this guy in this region. 54 caps for Yugoslavia and 21 goals. https://www.transfermarkt.com/safet-susic/profil/spieler/102705
Faruk Hadžibegić - Defender - Member of famous Yugoslav selection that took place on World cup in Italy. Played for Sarajevo, Betis, Sochaux and Toulouse. 49 caps for Yugoslavia and 6 goals. http://transfermarkt.kr/faruk-hadzibegic/profil/spieler/102688
Mehmed Baždarević - Attacking midfielder - Member of Yugoslav team that made it to Euro 84 in France, and Olympic games 84 in Los Angeles. Made 54 apps for Yugoslavia with 4 goals. https://www.transfermarkt.com/mehmed-bazdarevic/profil/spieler/172793
Josip Katalinski - Defender - One of the legends of Yugoslav football, made 43 apps and 10 goals. Played for Željezničar in BiH, and Nice in France https://www.transfermarkt.com/josip-katalinski/profil/spieler/145121
Since there are some players from current players in this Yugoslav nostalgian team, there should be:
Edin Džeko - Attacker - One of the most prolific attackers in last 20 years from ex-Yugoslavian region. League champion with Wolfsburg and Manchester city, Bundesliga top scorer, Top scorer of Uefa Euro league and Seria A, top 10 goalscorers in history of AC ROMA, captain of Bosnian team and player with most goals and apps for Bosnia - 99 aps - 55 goals. Deserves his place! https://www.transfermarkt.com/edin-dzeko/profil/spieler/28396
Miralem Pjanić - Midfielder - One of the most expensive players from this region at the moment, playmaker for Juventus, played huge role in Lyon and Roma, 84 apps for Bosnia and 11 goals. https://www.transfermarkt.com/miralem-pjanic/profil/spieler/44162
E U G E N E last edited by
I'd like to concur with @Danteus about that and also to propose a few changes to the African All Stars as I believe Africa isn't made of just 5 countries namely would be better to see other regions represented to apart from Western countries as most players in line-up are from there there so many others we could bring to mix it up a bit kinda like
M-Victor Wanyama - Tottenham - KENYA
F-Dan Sserunkuma- Express - UGANDA
Salah from the north
Aubameyang from the central Arica (Gabon) and many others please check on this too , thanks
Nations League B
there is: Artem Dyzuba
it should be: Artem Dzyuba
Arbër Zeneli used to play for Sweden but now he plays for his country Kosovo, maybe you can fix it soon.
Roda JC misses some players.
They all ready make an debut
Apologies for delay - will review NL league today/tomorrow and add any missing players
Harit from Morocco, He played the 2018 World Cup with Morocco but in Schalke he is from France .. I hope to correct that error
Nigerian goalkeeper Francis Uzoho(who played for Nigeria in World Cup 2018) is not put to Elche squad.He was loaned by Deportivo La Coruna to Elche in 24/08/2018.The link is here:
simone.antonello last edited by
Dear @blob59 any news on Serie C (Italy)?
Serie B and Serie C are very "confused" this year, but they still exist
Danteus last edited by
I'd like any kind of reaction on my proposal, is it possible to review this?
@danteus Hi Dante! As you can see your post with your suggestions was not deleted , for a very good reason mate.
Every single post in here coming from managers with their any corrections or suggestions is : a) being viewed and read thoroughly , b) followed by research and verification ( proving authenticity ) of your submitted data , c) then followed by a quoted reply to the manager of interest by the League Manager and d) the original manager's post gets deleted ( report closed ) to save space for the new/future incoming posts.
We appreciate all of your good efforts and we thank you for your help but we also need from you to patiently await of your own replies to come in time.
Nielsoonll_NL last edited by
Feyenoord is missing Orkun Kökcü. He even scored a goal a week ago.
He got a contract a while ago. https://www.transfermarkt.nl/feyenoord-rotterdam/startseite/verein/234
Jess Saad last edited by
Real Madrid have signed a player that is not in my squad.
Name: Brahim Diaz
Former Club: Manchester City
Please add him soon Thank you
A manager Jess Saad
Jess Saad last edited by
thank you for adding him
Diaz rating 87
right thanks again