12 April, 2012 in
“It was tactically a very mature performance from my team, who deserved to win this excellent game of football played in a cracking atmosphere.” – Robert Prosinecki.
Trailing Partizan Belgrade in the Superliga, it was imperative for Crvena Zvezda to gain some pride in the second leg of their Serbian Cup semi-final.
Already 2-0 up from the first leg, Robert Prosinecki’s side romped to a 2-0 away win over Avram Grant’s men on Wednesday...Read Full Story
04 November, 2012 in
Serbian league leaders Partizan Belgrade were always likely to cruise to victory at lowly Radnicki on Saturday, but the manner of opening goal in the 4-0 away win couldn’t have been predicted by the most proficient clairvoyant.
After eight minutes of the contest Radnicki defender Nikola Lukic put the ball in the back of his own net as he scored one of the craziest own goals of the season.
Partizan broke down the left wing, however...Read Full Story
Reports from Serbia over the weekend claim that Chelsea are closing in on a deal with Partizan Belgrade that will see them pay an initial £8million for 18-year-old midfielder Lazar Markovic. However, the coach of the Serbian champions says he knows nothing of any transfer agreement and claims nor does the club president. Markovic has [...]Read Full Story
Blackburn have swooped to sign Partizan Belgrade midfielder Radosav Petrovic for an undisclosed fee after he was granted a work permit. Rovers chief Steve Kean swooped for the 22-year-old, who has made 19 appearances for Serbia and is currently on international duty with his country ahead of their match against Russia in Moscow on Wednesday, as he wanted to bolster his options in the middle of the park.The 6ft 4in, Petrovic, has been named in the Serbian league team of the..... read moreRead Full Story