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Mi jesmo velikan svetskog fudbala, samo to mnogima u Srbiji (ukljucujuci i ljude iz naseg kluba) nije poznato. Valjda ce se i to promeniti.
 

Vladimir_TS

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Cudo nema Mijata na ovoj listi 'legend spilera' :D
ili ja nisam shvatio, a i ne znam nemacki, pa da prevedem ovo sto pise ispod spiska imena.
 

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Nema ni Galica, Milutinovica, Soskica, Cajkovskog, Bjekovica, Borote, Mancea, Kezmana, Milosevica, Krstajica... Dugacak je spisak.
 

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Једноставно су преписали списак играча са највише утакмица и са највише постигнутих голова...
 

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A ko od ovih koje sam naveo gore ne zasluzuje da bude na spisku najboljih? To su sve jako dobro poznata imena u evropskom i svetskom fudbalu.
 

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Pogresno si me razumeo. Ja sam i za duzi spisak od tog tvog. Samo racunam ti zapadnjaci to gledaju drugacije, tj drugacije gledaju na nase igrace, pa Mijatovic i ne znam lupam Vukotic im sigurno nisu isto.. Odmah da kazem, da je meni svaka nasa legenda podjednako draga, da ne dodje do zabune.
 

medjutim

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Ma trebalo je jedno 165 igrača da napišu, da udovolje svakome, nema veze što ni za Real Mančester i Barselonu ne pišu veći broj igrača od petnaestak..
 

carsa

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Znam nemački tako da sam pažiljivo pročitao ceo tekst.
Lepo i afirmativno napisano sa njihove strane.
Rečenice kao "Klub kojem je mesto u svim istorijskim knjigama.."
"Mana što nije najtrofejniji klub u zemlji bi mogla ubrzo biti obrisana jer zadnjih godina u Srbiji Partizan je mera i uzor za sve"
"Više puta nagrađivan klub za rad sa mladima a 2006 odlikovan kao najbolji za rad sa mladima" lepo izgledaju za pročitati.
Ne znam odakle su našli Biševca da komentariše veličinu derbija.
Kažu da se ne može zamisliti lepše ime za stadion od onog koje PFC ima "FUDBALSKI HRAM". Doduše ciganski zovu Marakana!?
Ja zadovoljan tekstom,nekako ponosan na PFC,bravo za autora.
 

SpejsNigrutin

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Postavio ja to jos pre nedelju dana na temi Partizan i mediji, ali ko cita :D
 

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Ma, i vi ste mene pogresno razumeli. Ono sto sam hteo da kazem, uz duzno postovanje navedenima u tekstu) je da nisu ispostovali da pomenu neke od najvecih legendi naseg kluba, koje su i tek kako poznate u fudbalskim krugovima. Samim tim zainteresovanost citaoca koji cita clanak , a koji ne poznaje klub je na manjem nivou, sto za posledicu ima da postovanje prema nasem klubu ostaje na nizem nivou nego sto to treba da bude. Clanak na nemackom o nasem klubu, a u njemu se ne pominje jedan Cajkovski, koji je ostavio ogroman trag u nemackom fudbalu (cak i umro u Nemackoj). Ni reci o Krstajicu, za koga svi znamo u kakvim superlativima pricaju Nemci o njemu...U tom kontekstu pricam. Ne mislim da u dodatku sa bivsim igracima ima tendecioznosti, ali da su pomenuli neke od gorenavedenih (pa i drugih, mladjih i trenutno aktuelnih), mnogima bi ostala otvorena usta. Ipak, hvala im i na ovome. :D:
 

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Ау, какав текст! Ово свако мора да прочита. Најежио сам се.
 

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Пошто сам већ сличан интервју поставила у КК Партизан из L'Équipe-а, поставићу овај овде да не гушим ту тему. Ако није требало, преместите или избришите.

Sports.fr Westermann: "Un autre monde"

Westermann: "Another World"



It has now been four months since Leo Westermann left Asvel to join Partizan. A choice that the French leader (20 years old, 1.96 m) doesn’t regret. Before the clash between Belgrade and Barcelona in Euroleague, the French player immerses us into his life in Serbia, where he discovered "fanaticism to the extreme."

-Leo, how do you feel in Belgrade, a little more than four months after your arrival?
Everything is going well for me. I didn’t know Belgrade before coming but it is a pleasant city to live in, though, between training and matches, I don’t have much time for sightseeing ... Here we train really a lot so the rest of the time, I am often at home and I am resting.

-And on the court, how is it going with Partizan, which is a big European basketball team?
Very good as well. I came to know all this excitement around basketball here and to play Euroleague, where we’re still running for Top 16 (Partizan is fifth of its group with two wins in eight matches). Thursday we will play Barcelona. This is a big team but we lost only by three points there (82-85) and at home, we know that everything is possible. After that, we go to Bamberg, where we will have to get a good result no matter what. We have our chances. And we are second in the championship so I couldn’t expect better. Up to this point, the results are very positive.

-What is so special and so destabilizing for opponents in Belgrade?
Here it’s really another world. It is hard to describe. I don’t think there is such fervor elsewhere in Europe or in the world. Around the club, it's fanaticism to the extreme. It's really impressive. Here for example, when we will play against Barcelona, it will be total madness. The arena is full all the time, people are standing throughout the match. It is exceptional to play in an atmosphere like that. It carries you. You can always watch videos on YouTube and get an idea of what it is, but as long as you didn’t live it, you cannot know. It's just amazing!

-You’re only twenty. Did this context intimidate you at first?
No, I came for that. I knew by signing Partizan that I would have more pressure than in previous years, that expectations would be more important. It makes you grow faster as a player but also as a man, playing in front of all those fans who encourage you.

-Which place has basketball over football, in Serbia and more precisely in Belgrade?
Serbia is a country of football, but also basketball and here people don’t support a sport. They support a club. And as there is the forever enemy, Red Star, in the same city, it creates even more fanaticism. It is worse than the PSG-OM rivalry. I don’t even know if you can compare it to a derby between the two Manchester or Milan since hatred between the two teams is huge ...

-In Euroleague, you played some good matches against Besiktas, CSKA and Barcelona. Is this a sign that you have already taken your game to a new level?
I grow up every day playing in Euroleague. I benefit from ‘Serbian school’, one of the world's most famous and advises from a great coach. I still have a problem with regularity, it is one of my biggest problems. But it is often the case with young players.

-What is your relationship with the club coach, Dusko Vujosevic, which probably expect a lot from you as a playmaker?
Player maker ... and foreigner! It’s going very well with him. Even if he doesn’t speak English, there is a translator and basketball terms often come back so I got used to hear Serbian all day and I understand what he wants. Vujosevic, before being a coach, is a personality. When he enters the arena, everybody stands up. He's like a Roman emperor. He really is a god here, he has every right and does what he wants. I don’t know if there is such passion elsewhere for a coach. He has proven in recent years that he was the best coach in Europe. It's great to play for him.

-Many people didn’t understand why you and Kim Tillie left Villeurbanne. Do you regret anything?
I have read many articles about Asvel, who was disappointed with my departure. I understand it, they gave me a lot of responsibility, they made me grow and I thank them for that. But it was my dream to play for Partizan, even more when you're playmaker in Euroleague. When an offer like that happens, it's really hard to refuse. My contract in Asvel was also made in a way that I could leave the club so now it’s done. I think that if I didn’t go to Belgrade, I would have stayed in Villeurbanne where I felt good. With Pierre Vincent, it went well. It is a career choice. I understand, but they also need to understand me. I want to stay in good terms with them.

-You signed three years in Partizan, where Euroleague, especially if you reach Top 16, could be a good springboard to NBA. Do you think you can make it to the next draft?
NBA is very attractive, that's for sure. I think because it is the league where the best players are and if you want to compete against the best in the world, you need to be there. But for the draft, I don’t know. It's too early to talk about it and to leave. For the moment, we are in the middle of the season and a lot can happen. Besides, I am not obsessed with NBA. I am very "European basketball" and I think I will stay next season at Partizan.

-You briefly were in French team last summer in preparation for the OG. Is your goal Euro 2013, knowing that Vincent Collet should give a chance to young people?
I hope to be there. This is one of my goals this season. We know that behind Tony (Parker), there will be not a lot of playing time and there are a lot of candidates including Antoine Diot, Andrew Thomas Albciy or Heurtel, but I'd really like to join. The French team, when you have’ tasted’ it once ... I understand why guys even after playing one hundred matches in NBA want to come back every summer. The atmosphere is great. This is unique to play for the French flag.
Да не буде забуне, заслуге за превод овог текста (и текста из L'Équipe са француског на енглески) има моја другарица која је иначе Францускиња и годинама навијач Партизана. Надам се да ће после оваквих текстова, којих има све више у француским медијима (пре свега због Леа тренутно), Партизан придобити још навијача из Француске.
 

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VIDEO: PARTIZAN THANKS DAVIS BERTANS WITH EPIC HIGHLIGHT REEL
Partizan forward Davis Bertans (traded to the San Antonio Spurs during the 2011 NBA Draft) is currently on the road to recovery after suffering a right knee ACL tear during the Serbian championship game, which required surgery. Fast forward to today and he is in good spirits and is looking to come back a "beast" as he put it once he is back on the court.
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ne znam na koju temu da zalepim..izvestaj o derbiju nekog navijaca kardifa.. http://www.ultras-tifo.net/match-reports/2025-welcome-to-hellgrade.html

As kick off moved closer and closer, I realised that the section I had chosen to stand in belonged to Red Star hardcore, and made the tactical decision to move over a block. This gave me the perfect view of the next moment of madness that would occur in the away end, as Partizan proved themselves to be perhaps the craziest club in Europe, if not the world.​
I had been baffled by the fact that Partizan had two away ends, with a section of fans kept away from the main block of supporters. I had initially thought that extra tickets had been released in this section late on, but it was at this stage I remembered reading about a feud between differing groups of Partizan fans, linked both to control of the Ultras scene and organised crime. Unbelievably, the two sections of Partizan fans begin to attack each other, hurling flares back and forth and attempting to break through the masses of segregation and police to get to one another. Here they are at one of the fiercest derby matches in existence, and they are hell-bent of setting fire to their own fans. If I hadn’t seen it for myself, I would not have believed it.

Finally, the flames are quenched by the fire brigade, turning giant hoses on the away end, all the while being taunted by the Grobari, the shadows of their dancing figures reflected against the flames like demons. Galatasaray proudly display a ‘Welcome to Hell’ banner at their games, but how can anything compare to this? If there is a more insane set of fans in world football than Partizan Belgrade then well, I certainly haven’t seen them.
 
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