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Thursday, January 25, 2007The Croatians want Slavkovski
Dinamo Zagreb president Zdravko Mamic in talks with Inter Milan for the young striker Goran Slavkovski
Mamic confirms Dinamo's interest for the "wonder kid"
As the Croatian medias present, Zdravko Mamic confirmed the interest of Dinamo Zagreb for seeing Goran Slavkovski on "Maksimir". For a long time the name of Slavkovski was connected with Dinamo but this is the first time that it's officially confirmed.
- I'm in talks with Inter about Slavkovski's arrival. He's only 17 years old and he plays great. Many big clubs are interested in him. Goran wants to play for Dinamo but also he would like to play for the Croatian NT, said Mamic.
This is another confirmation that the Croatins want to see Goran Slavkovski with the Croatian NT jersey. He has no connection with Croatia but if he plays at least 2 years in Croatia he can get Croatian passport and we'll be allowed by UEFA to play for the Croatian NT.
Everybody wants Slavkovski
Swedish-born by Macedonian parents Goran Slavkovski is raising heads all over Europe, already earning the nickname “Ibrahimovic the Second.” Born April 8, 1989, in Skravlinge, Sweden, the 17-year old Slavkovski shares much in common with Serie A’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic. For starters, both players began their careers with Swedish side Malmo FF, and before that Rosengard club FBK Balkan, and both players have family origins in the former Yugoslavia. But this is just the tip of the iceberg as Slavkovski, like his childhood role model Ibrahimovic, currently finds himself at Italy’s FC Internazionale Milano, hoping to further develop the goal-scoring prowess he has shown thus far. The fight for Slavkovski is also rumoured to have transcended the European club level, with recent media outlets reportedly alleging a “war” between the Macedonian, Swedish, and Croatian football federations to woo the youngster to their respective national teams. It is also said that the still undecided Slavkovski has stated it would be an honour to play for Macedonia, and even received an official invitation from Macedonia’s Prime Minister to discuss his possible future with the FFM.
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