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

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Interview: Lukáš Zelenka

During a quiet groundhopping weekend, Lukáš Zelenka was ready to have a small chat with me and to answer my questions. The Czech midfielder, born in 1979, came through the youth system of Sparta Praha and went to RSC Anderlecht at the age of 17 where he only played 3 games in the first team. After 1 season in Brussels, he

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Interview: Darko Lukanovic

Dark Lukanovic is a Bosnian and Herzegovinian/Swedish striker who already played for 11 different teams in 6 different countries over the last decade. He came through the Malmö FF youth system and won the Swedish championship in 2004. Afterwards he went to Antwerp FC, CF Atlético Ciudad, IF Limhamn, CSU Vointa Sibiu, Cahlaul, Rapid Bucharest, Hoang Anh Gia Lai, Landskrona

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Interview: Christian Gytkjær

This time Christian Gytkjær was very kind to answer my questions. The Danish striker is currently active for Rosenborg BK where he signed at the start of this season. The 26-year-old striker started his career at FC Roskilde before he moved to Lyngby BK in 2005. At Lyngby, Gytkjær got hist first contract and he managed to score 10 goals

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Interview: Ole Martin Årst

During my stay in Norway I had the chance to talk to Ole Martin Årst. Ole Martin is former a Norwegian football player who played for IF Skarp, Tromsø, RSC Anderlecht, KAA Gent, Standard de Liege and IK Start.  The Norwegian striker started his career in 1994 at IF Skarp where he scored 34 goals in 20 matches. 1 year later

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Interview: Tessa Wullaert

Here we are again with a new interview! This time we decided to give attention to the women competition of football. We are very proud to announce you this interview, with a footballer who has the future of the women’s football at her feet, Tessa Wullaert! Tessa started her carreer as a 5-year-old girl at FC Wakken, Ingelmunster and Sporting

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