Any good Serbian players?

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  1. Lean

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    For a club with the financial status of Red Star Belgrade, you couldnt afford to buy Kezman even if half of your players were turned into prostitutes(nothing against them;) )
     
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    But it would be worth it;)
     
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    Yep, when i remember my PSV days the first guy who comes to mind is Kezman. Okay, maybe Robben. Or Aimar?;) He's damn good, both Cm and real life.
     
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    I play PSV right now, Kezman first season: 44 games, 68 goals, 12 assists and 11 times Man of the match
     
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    If that's in Cm4, its what i would expect for him. But if it's Cm0102, then you have more luck with him than me. He was class for me, scored important goals, but like, his average rating for me in all seasons was something like 7.80 or a little less, and he scored like 40 goals a season, 35-40 to say the true.
     
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    It's CM4
     
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    Eventually, I haven't got a single name for Red Star... :(

    BTW, I looked at Djurgardens-Partizan last Wednesday and at Zvezda-Olympiakos last Monday - and it's true there are no decent Serbian keepers around! Kralj and Disljenkovic really, REALLY suck.

    Maybe Poleksic at Lecce will become something. Maybe.
     
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    Kralj played for PSV, man he was so bad. He also was the keeper for Yugoslavia at euro 2000 against Holland. Holland won with 6-1 :rockman:
     
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    He made a mistake in Djurgarden's second goal last week. On a free kick, he didn't quite know if he should have gone to punch the ball or rather have stayed between the posts. Result? A Djurgarden forward headed the ball from the goal-line to the centre where another player netted it in. I was really afraid for Partizan, well, I'm glad they did it, so the Yugoslavia coefficient will rise. No danger they'll get to group stages, Newcastle is class... :D

    However, Partizan is a classy team. When I compared Partizan's right wing and Zvezda's right wing, Orahovac, well... Orahovac can't really stop a ball.
     
      

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