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ForcaMadrid2010-05-10 06:03:33 +0000 #1
I thought that we should open a thread for albanians playing abroad. May be even better if there is a thread for each country where albanians play, especially if there are a few of them. We can discuss how they are doing, what is the local press saying about them, etc.

So i am opening on for Italy.

I heard that both TARE and Bogdani scored last week. Is that true?
baggy2010-05-10 06:08:50 +0000 #2
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Originally Posted by ForcaMadrid

I thought that we should open a thread for albanians playing abroad. May be even better if there is a thread for each country where albanians play, especially if there are a few of them. We can discuss how they are doing, what is the local press saying about them, etc.

So i am opening on for Italy.

I heard that both TARE and Bogdani scored last week. Is that true?

Yes, they both scored: Tare the equalizer 4 Bologna, and Bogdani the 2-1 winner 4 Verona! And he is still the top scorer of Italian Serie B with 14 goals!!!

Also Arminia Bielefeld, where Ervin Skela, Klodian Duro and Fatmir Vata play, won 3-1 this weekend against Bayern Munchen, but neither of the albanians scored!!!
Drenica2010-05-10 06:20:27 +0000 #3
Erjon Bogdani recently scored his 15 goal and is the scoring leader in the Serie B
Drenica2010-05-10 06:33:28 +0000 #4
Besides Those players u've mentioned earlier we have Valon Behrami! the most talented and gifted player in the serie B scoring 3 goals in 20 games for Verona.

He is only 19 years old and has already changed 4 clubs in his carrier, he can play four positions which makes him OUTSTANDING! Right/Centre, Defence/Midfield.

This guy's hunted by teams such as: Juventus,Arsenal,Liverpool,Tottenham,Inter,Palermo et.c

But Juventus has already made an agreement with Palermo by buying him and then share him 50-50 so he will start to play next season for Palermo and then play for Juve.

Then we have Florian Myrtaj 27 years old, the albanian who is still owned 50 % by Parma but was recently sold from Verona to Catanzaro where he has had a huge succes scoring 3 goals in 5 games helping Catanzaro avoid relegation.
ForcaMadrid2010-05-10 06:38:05 +0000 #5
Yes, Berhami is a very talented player. Albania is trying to make him an Albanian NT player. Tough competition with the swiss though. He has been born in swiss. I am not sure if he has an albanian passport, but if he hasn't it will not be difficult for him to get one. The question is: will he choose Albania over Swiss? you never know.

I hope we will get him.
baggy2010-05-10 07:41:48 +0000 #6
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Originally Posted by ForcaMadrid

Yes, Berhami is a very talented player. Albania is trying to make him an Albanian NT player. Tough competition with the swiss though. He has been born in swiss. I am not sure if he has an albanian passport, but if he hasn't it will not be difficult for him to get one. The question is: will he choose Albania over Swiss? you never know.

I hope we will get him.

He hasn't got an albanian passport for sure. But the main problem is that he has never declared that he wants to play for the Albanian NT. And the swiss side is trying to keep him at every cost. We really need that player for our future plans and as you said it's not a problem to give him an Albanian passport, all we need is his agreement!
RonaldoD082010-05-10 06:52:08 +0000 #7
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Originally Posted by baggy

He hasn't got an albanian passport for sure. But the main problem is that he has never declared that he wants to play for the Albanian NT. And the swiss side is trying to keep him at every cost. We really need that player for our future plans and as you said it's not a problem to give him an Albanian passport, all we need is his agreement!

I think that in an interview he said that he was thinking of joining the Albanian NT. The swiss side plays him in the U21 team only. He wants to play for a real NT and Brigel is ready to offer him a strting position.
baggy2010-05-10 08:14:38 +0000 #8
This weekend in Italy Tare, Bogdani and Myrtaj couldn't score. Behrami goes on playing pretty good, as he always does.

In Greece, Fortuzi scored again for Iraklis, this time against AEK, even if they lost 2-1. Salihi played again for Panionios, but he couldn't score to help his team to avoid the 2-1 loss against PAOK.

In Germany, Vata got booked, Skela played only 20 mins, and Duro wasn't even on the bench. Lala's Hannover lost 4-1, with their captain only playing for 64 mins.

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