Interview: Enes Šipović

It's been a while but finally I got a new interview. This time Enes Šipović took the time to talk with Football-Weekends. Enes central defender who played 5 years in Romania at 3 different clubs. Later on he went to Belgium to play at KVC Westerlo. Nowadays he's one of the key players in Morocco at Ittihad Tanger. The friendly Bosnian player answered our questions with pleasure.

1. Who was your toughest opponent ever?
The toughest opponent as a team was the German national team U21 with Ilkay Gundogan, and Jan Kirchhoff. As an individual opponent it would be Alexander Kokorin.

2. Which is the most memorable stadium you played in for now?
The most memorable stadium must be the Stade Mohammed V where we played against Wydad Casablanca. When we played them there were like 80000 spectators.

3. How did you experience football in Romania and how are the stadiums there?
The football there is pretty good with some great quality players. Unfortunately there are a lot of financial problems within the clubs. The infrastructure is not bad at all as the pitches are really very good, despite the grounds, who aren't new or modern at all.

4. How is football in Morocco? How is the atmosphere?
The atmosphere in Morocco is one of the best I experienced in my career. The football here is attractive but there is always room for improvement.

5. Which was your favorite team? Don't you miss playing in Belgium at Westerlo?
My home club in Bosnia, Zeljeznicar FC will always be my favorite one. In Belgium it was a nice experience but unfortunately I did play very much. I wish the team the best of luck and I hope they stay in the Jupiler Pro League.

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