Dusan Vlahovic

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I am from Serbia and my home town club is Partizan Belgrade. In Europe we are famous for our youth academy called "Teleoptik". Due to constant financial problems Partizan is facing through decade, the club is forced to sell those talented kids from our academy and not giving them proper senior debut. Those talented kids once included: Stevan Jovetic, Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham), Dusan Savic (Athl. M), Lazar Markovic (ex lpool), Strahinja Pavlovic (Monaco), Marko Jojic (ex Borussia D.), Zoran Tosic (ex Man utd) and, you may read about this one- Filip Stevanovic (on a loan at Heerenveen from Man City). And now, we have Dusan Vlahovic. A kid who is forming into serious European striker. Yes, Italian football is slower than it is in England/Germany. Yes, Italian football do not have nearly as much quality as PL, but this guy is 21 years old and yet he scored 4 goals in his 7 appearances in Seria A and 2 goals in one game in Italy cup. Last season he scored 21 goals in 40 matches. I don't want to write about his qualities, which I think he has enough for PL and our club but here is nice analysis for those interested in knowing more about his general qualities and shortcomings: https://cultofcalcio.com/player-analysis-dusan-vlahovic-fiorentinas-strike-sensation/

Come on City!
Do you know if Dusan speaks English at all? A Brazilian friend has a theory that he rejected our bid last summer to take some English lessons and come either in January or next summer so he wouldn’t be so lost
 

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I am from Serbia and my home town club is Partizan Belgrade. In Europe we are famous for our youth academy called "Teleoptik". Due to constant financial problems Partizan is facing through decade, the club is forced to sell those talented kids from our academy and not giving them proper senior debut. Those talented kids once included: Stevan Jovetic, Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham), Dusan Savic (Athl. M), Lazar Markovic (ex lpool), Strahinja Pavlovic (Monaco), Marko Jojic (ex Borussia D.), Zoran Tosic (ex Man utd) and, you may read about this one- Filip Stevanovic (on a loan at Heerenveen from Man City). And now, we have Dusan Vlahovic. A kid who is forming into serious European striker. Yes, Italian football is slower than it is in England/Germany. Yes, Italian football do not have nearly as much quality as PL, but this guy is 21 years old and yet he scored 4 goals in his 7 appearances in Seria A and 2 goals in one game in Italy cup. Last season he scored 21 goals in 40 matches. I don't want to write about his qualities, which I think he has enough for PL and our club but here is nice analysis for those interested in knowing more about his general qualities and shortcomings: https://cultofcalcio.com/player-analysis-dusan-vlahovic-fiorentinas-strike-sensation/

Come on City!
Thanks Serb Blue!! Some good intel here!
Blues are here, Blues are there, Blue are every f****** where :-)
 

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Thanks for your comments. I really don’t know how good this kid is but I have always loved players from your part of the world. Stems from the glory days of Red Star Belgrade - what a team they were!

This one made me chuckle out loud. The lad just said he supported the bitter rivals, talk about pissed on chips. Know your audience and whatnot.
 

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Thanks for your comments. I really don’t know how good this kid is but I have always loved players from your part of the world. Stems from the glory days of Red Star Belgrade - what a team they were!

Im sure @SerbianBlue really appreciated your kind wishes.

Its like someone telling you how much they loved the Utd team of the 90s.
 

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