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seso wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 10:34 @bugylibicska What can you say about Viktor Gyökeres? He has been doing very well for Sporting CP!
Not much. I knew he must be Hungarian, because of his name and checked him out in the Wikipewdia. Both parents Hungarian, grandpa left Hungary, but he was born in Stockholm. He plays for Sweden.
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bugylibicska wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:37
seso wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 10:34 @bugylibicska What can you say about Viktor Gyökeres? He has been doing very well for Sporting CP!
Not much. I knew he must be Hungarian, because of his name and checked him out in the Wikipewdia. Both parents Hungarian, grandpa left Hungary, but he was born in Stockholm. He plays for Sweden.
He has been doing very well lately and he is 26 years old. I think a good transfer may be on! Coventry also looks forward to that!
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seso wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:43
bugylibicska wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:37
seso wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 10:34 @bugylibicska What can you say about Viktor Gyökeres? He has been doing very well for Sporting CP!
Not much. I knew he must be Hungarian, because of his name and checked him out in the Wikipewdia. Both parents Hungarian, grandpa left Hungary, but he was born in Stockholm. He plays for Sweden.
He has been doing very well lately and he is 26 years old. I think a good transfer may be on! Coventry also looks forward to that!
He looked good, Hungary somehow missed him or he refused them. OK, I have to run to the airport, flying to Dublin, 2 weeks absent.
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bugylibicska wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:56
seso wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:43
bugylibicska wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:37

Not much. I knew he must be Hungarian, because of his name and checked him out in the Wikipewdia. Both parents Hungarian, grandpa left Hungary, but he was born in Stockholm. He plays for Sweden.
He has been doing very well lately and he is 26 years old. I think a good transfer may be on! Coventry also looks forward to that!
He looked good, Hungary somehow missed him or he refused them. OK, I have to run to the airport, flying to Dublin, 2 weeks absent.
Have a good time in the Irish tavern, bugy! :beer:
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Serb 29-year old Nemanja Maksimović will join Panathinaikos in July 2024. He has played for Domžale, Astana, Valencia and Getafe. He has 48 apps for Serbia.
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quelhar wrote: Thu Dec 07, 2023 23:43
NederPAOKtzis wrote: Thu Dec 07, 2023 18:44
quelhar wrote: Tue Nov 28, 2023 21:04 Mohammed Ihattaren, That's not a name one would expect to see in the czech league...
or any league at all!!
Hope for you this will work, but I have big doubts he will be able to get fit at all and play one game for Slavia.
Yeah, my hopes are not very high either... But the contract seems to be a low risk for Slavia with potentially high reward if a miracle happens and he is able to lose weight and work hard.
And he is gone:

(i Slavia a Mohamed Ihattaren končí
vzájemnou spolupráci
X
Klub a nizozemský záložník se společně
dohodli na ukončení vzájemné spolupráce.
Hráč mimo jiné vyjádřil přání soustředit se na
svou kariéru v rámci svého blízkého okolí a
rodiny, Slavia ho v této volbě plně podpořila.)
PAOK is not a club. PAOK is a cultural phenomenon.
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NederPAOKtzis wrote: Sun Mar 31, 2024 23:02
quelhar wrote: Thu Dec 07, 2023 23:43
NederPAOKtzis wrote: Thu Dec 07, 2023 18:44

or any league at all!!
Hope for you this will work, but I have big doubts he will be able to get fit at all and play one game for Slavia.
Yeah, my hopes are not very high either... But the contract seems to be a low risk for Slavia with potentially high reward if a miracle happens and he is able to lose weight and work hard.
And he is gone:

(i Slavia a Mohamed Ihattaren končí
vzájemnou spolupráci
X
Klub a nizozemský záložník se společně
dohodli na ukončení vzájemné spolupráce.
Hráč mimo jiné vyjádřil přání soustředit se na
svou kariéru v rámci svého blízkého okolí a
rodiny, Slavia ho v této volbě plně podpořila.)
Yeah, not really a surprise for anyone :D
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Greyn wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 19:07
bugylibicska wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:56
seso wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:43

He has been doing very well lately and he is 26 years old. I think a good transfer may be on! Coventry also looks forward to that!
He looked good, Hungary somehow missed him or he refused them. OK, I have to run to the airport, flying to Dublin, 2 weeks absent.
Have a good time in the Irish tavern, bugy! :beer:
Yeah, I'd Guinness (cold!) with Irish stew in pubs like Boar's Head, Red Fox and Blue Door! Too bad it's raining almost all the time, but the road from Inverness to the Isle of Skye (in Scotland) is unforgettable, so beautiful. Both people - the Irish and the Scots are 1st class! :up:
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bugylibicska wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 16:57
Greyn wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 19:07
bugylibicska wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 15:56

He looked good, Hungary somehow missed him or he refused them. OK, I have to run to the airport, flying to Dublin, 2 weeks absent.
Have a good time in the Irish tavern, bugy! :beer:
Yeah, I'd Guinness (cold!) with Irish stew in pubs like Boar's Head, Red Fox and Blue Door! Too bad it's raining almost all the time, but the road from Inverness to the Isle of Skye (in Scotland) is unforgettable, so beautiful. Both people - the Irish and the Scots are 1st class! :up:
I've never been in Scotland, but I remember a scene from Skyfall (James Bond film) where the beauty of Scottish landscape was shown. Simply amazing. I found a video on youtube with that scene in HQ: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNeQBg- ... mesBond007
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Greyn wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 21:25
bugylibicska wrote: Wed Apr 03, 2024 16:57
Greyn wrote: Tue Mar 19, 2024 19:07

Have a good time in the Irish tavern, bugy! :beer:
Yeah, I'd Guinness (cold!) with Irish stew in pubs like Boar's Head, Red Fox and Blue Door! Too bad it's raining almost all the time, but the road from Inverness to the Isle of Skye (in Scotland) is unforgettable, so beautiful. Both people - the Irish and the Scots are 1st class! :up:
I've never been in Scotland, but I remember a scene from Skyfall (James Bond film) where the beauty of Scottish landscape was shown. Simply amazing. I found a video on youtube with that scene in HQ: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNeQBg- ... mesBond007
Most of the Highlands are wild, rugged beauty and probably saved the Scots(Picts) from being wiped out by the Romans and the English. The softer parts - like I've mentioned between Inverness and the Hebrides - extremely beautiful, like imagined from Virgil's bucolic verses. Big green hills with neat houses like treasure boxes and hundreds of sheep around. I've always dreamt visiting, but was scared driving on the other side. Finally I've made it before the world turned totally mad.
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Brazilian CB Thiago Silva has returned to Fluminense after a flawless 15-year long career in Europe. He has had hundreds of apps for AC Milan, PSG and Chelsea.
He also has 113 apps for Brazil; he is the 5th-highest capped player after Cafu, Neymar, Dani Alves and Roberto Carlos!
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25-year old Greek FW Vangelis Pavlidis to Benfica. He has played for Willem II and AZ. He also has 38 apps for Greece.
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Bayern signed Stuttgart's CB Hiroki Itō (~25m €). Stuttgart could lose a few more important players. I hope they can keep at least some of them for the CL.

Leverkusen signed Girona's strategist Aleix Garcia for 18m €, Alonso got the player he wanted.
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BurningStorm wrote: Fri Jun 14, 2024 14:30Leverkusen signed Girona's strategist Aleix Garcia for 18m €, Alonso got the player he wanted.
Uhm... it is this a replacement for Wirtz in the case the talented German leaves to a club like Real Madrid or Bayern Munich in the summer?
What is the feeling? Will Wirtz stay in Bayer Leverkusen for the next season?
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offside wrote: Fri Jun 14, 2024 14:41
BurningStorm wrote: Fri Jun 14, 2024 14:30Leverkusen signed Girona's strategist Aleix Garcia for 18m €, Alonso got the player he wanted.
Uhm... it is this a replacement for Wirtz in the case the talented German leaves to a club like Real Madrid or Bayern Munich in the summer?
What is the feeling? Will Wirtz stay in Bayer Leverkusen for the next season?
It's more a "second Xhaka". I'm sure they can play together as well, but he is not a type of player who could replace Wirtz. And yes, the plan is that he'll leave after the upcoming season.
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