Albanians abroad

With memories of the golden years (80's) of the albanian football still fresh on her mind, Albania is now attempting to recreate its strong football legacy. As young players start making their names abroad, the future is looking bright for Albanian football!

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Dallku
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arent his kids half Serbian anyway? It would make him look hypocritical to play the nationalistic card.
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Muci with a spectacular goal. He looks so talented and has all the skills to be a good footballer in a top league but I guess he may just not have the IQ or work ethic to take the next step. He might just be the next Roshi for us. I really hope the manager gives him a look because he can atleast have value as a Super Sub.

He really seems like one of those players who at the international stage really takes it to big teams and plays fearless despite being a nobody at the club level (ie Roshi)
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After Uzuni choked 34234 chances, Muci should be the starter.
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Kumbulla (who's now 5th choice) will be forced to start in their upcoming games because Smalling and Llorente are injured.

In their most important games too because they're fighting for Europe and to win EL.
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Dallku wrote: Sat Apr 29, 2023 3:45 pm Kumbulla (who's now 5th choice) will be forced to start in their upcoming games because Smalling and Llorente are injured.

In their most important games too because they're fighting for Europe and to win EL.
well he played well for 10 mins until Giroud injured him lmao
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Kumbulla might just be the most disappointing player we've had in the past 10 years (maybe a close second after Arlind Ajeti). This guy can't stay healthy and the few times he is he either performs horribly or gets injured. Needs to get out of Roma and find a place where he can rebuild himself.
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It's amazing that something always happens in important games for him. One thing you can't say is that Mourinho has been harsh to him. If anything he has been too nice and given him countless of chances.
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Dallku wrote: Sun Apr 30, 2023 4:30 pm It's amazing that something always happens in important games for him. One thing you can't say is that Mourinho has been harsh to him. If anything he has been too nice and given him countless of chances.
It's not so much the lack of big games, but the lack of small games on a regular basis. Once you start rotting on the bench, your form will suffer.

But Kumbulla is not blameless here either.
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Amir Rrahmani just won Serie A with Napoli and what a journey it has been for him :gezuar:
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Redijupison wrote: Fri May 05, 2023 12:10 am Amir Rrahmani just won Serie A with Napoli and what a journey it has been for him :gezuar:
From Partizani to Serie A Champions in a decade. What a journey.

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