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Old 21-06-2005, 12:55   #91
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Old 21-06-2005, 13:24   #92
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@kambodza brate, znas li mozda da li ce biti nekog organizovanog prevoza navijaca iz nekih vecih gradova, jer mi se ne isplati da idem cak u podgoricu sam

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I asked him will there be something organized for fans from other cities to go see the game


Da se razumijemo-ti bi da dođeš u Podgoricu da navijaš za Deportivo?
Ako je tako,onda ti ne bih preporučivao da dolaziš.
Hi everyone.
First of all,I think that you should notice that there is a diference between Serbs and Montenegrins,and Deportivo is not coming to Serbia,but to Montenegro.
Regarding the matches,I dont think it will be that easy for Deportivo to beat Buducnost as you all think.Of course,Deportivo is better team and big favourite in this game,but I think that Buducnost is able to play well and,maybe,suprise Deportivo.Favourites does not always win.
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I just want to say that all funs of Deportivo are welcome to Podgorica and you must not seriously think about this post from people from Belgrade that they love Deportivo.
They don't love Montenegro and Buducnost, it is reason for their words.
Also, they can't imagine anything which is conected with Montenegro, they would be so happy if we didn't win in Malta.
We are small country and small club with long tradition, but we are so proud on it. And people from Belgrade have forums of their club's opponents to chat, not with Deportivo's funs.
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Alo,neka vam politike!Mi nismo politicka organizacija.

I said them to stop with politic,let`s talk about football.
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Old 22-06-2005, 11:35   #95
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@MONTENEGRIN Zasto ne bi preporucio navijacima Deportiva da dolaze??? Svako ima pravo da navija za klub koji hoce, a ako hocete da se obrukate ispred UEFA i ucinite da ta utakmica izgleda kao neki veciti derbi, onda je huliganstvo mnogo vise zastupljeno kod nas nego sto sam mislio... Sta mislis, koliko navijaca koji ce biti na tom stadionu iz srbije ili iz crne gore ce u stvari doci da navija? Vecina ce doci samo da VIDI deportivo, a ko pobedi to ce biti svejedno... Deportivo je veliki klub i dolazak takvog kluba je nesto sto se ne vidja svakog dana.
I jos nesto, jel to buducnost clan crnogorske lige ili SRPSKOCRNOGORSKE? Ja koliko znam Buducnost je zavedena kao tim iz SRBIJE I CRNE GORE, a ne iz crne gore i Deportivo dolazi u drzavu koja se zove SRBIJA I CRNA GORA. A koja je to razlika izmedju srba i crnogoraca koju si spomenuo?


Ok, first - Deportivo is not coming to Montenegro - the club is coming to Serbia&Montenegro and Buducnost is playing under the Serbia&Montenegro flag, not Montenegro flag. Second - I think that everyone has a right to go see the game, no mather if he is from Serbia, Montenegro, Spain or somewhere else and no mather if he supports Deportivo, Buducnost or neither of them.
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Nobody doesn't say that you or anibody else can't come to Pg.
I am talking about people who say that they love Deportivo and want it destroy Buducnost with 5:0.
That people, exept really funs of Deportivo from Spain, are not welcome Pod Gorica.
All funs who really love their team from Spain will be recieve wich it seems: WELCOME!
It have to win better team and if Deportivo will be that-good luck!
Smetaju mi navijaci CZ i Partizana koji navodno vole Deportivo, ma sta objasnjavam znate vi iz Bgd sta mislim, sta sad pametujete.
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Da se razumijemo-ti bi da dođeš u Podgoricu da navijaš za Deportivo?
Ako je tako,onda ti ne bih preporučivao da dolaziš.
(Translation: "You would like to come to Podgorica and support Deportivo? If so, I would not recommend You to come.")


Everyone should be welcome no mather what result do they want and which club do they like.
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@MONTENEGRIN Zasto ne bi preporucio navijacima Deportiva da dolaze??? Svako ima pravo da navija za klub koji hoce, a ako hocete da se obrukate ispred UEFA i ucinite da ta utakmica izgleda kao neki veciti derbi, onda je huliganstvo mnogo vise zastupljeno kod nas nego sto sam mislio... Sta mislis, koliko navijaca koji ce biti na tom stadionu iz srbije ili iz crne gore ce u stvari doci da navija? Vecina ce doci samo da VIDI deportivo, a ko pobedi to ce biti svejedno... Deportivo je veliki klub i dolazak takvog kluba je nesto sto se ne vidja svakog dana.
I jos nesto, jel to buducnost clan crnogorske lige ili SRPSKOCRNOGORSKE? Ja koliko znam Buducnost je zavedena kao tim iz SRBIJE I CRNE GORE, a ne iz crne gore i Deportivo dolazi u drzavu koja se zove SRBIJA I CRNA GORA. A koja je to razlika izmedju srba i crnogoraca koju si spomenuo?


Ok, first - Deportivo is not coming to Montenegro - the club is coming to Serbia&Montenegro and Buducnost is playing under the Serbia&Montenegro flag, not Montenegro flag. Second - I think that everyone has a right to go see the game, no mather if he is from Serbia, Montenegro, Spain or somewhere else and no mather if he supports Deportivo, Buducnost or neither of them.



Bogati,kad ja napišem da dolaze u Crnu Goru,onda je problem što nisam napisao u Srbiju i CG,a kad si ti prije napisao da jedva čekaš da Deportivo dođe u Srbiju,tad se podrazumijeva da su to Srbija i Cg,jeli?
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First match is in Spain, june 2 (or 3), and then on june 9 (or 10) in Serbia.

Sad se kao nešto buniš,a kad si ovo napisao to je bilo uredu,jeli?E pa dosta mi je više nacionalističkih licemjera kakav si ti.



It is true that Deportivo is coming to Ser&Mo,but it is also true that it comes to Montenegro and only sentece that is false here is that Deportivo is coming in Serbia.



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Get ready for a culture/football lesson guys and girls...

buducnost podgorica...

A long time ago, in 1883, an “army captain” from Norway, Henrich Augusto Angel “flew” through Montenegro on skies, and two years later, in Norway metropolis Christiania (Oslo), he published a book of his travels “ On skies through Montenegro” in which he recorded that Montenegrins were good in playing ball.

The Football Association of Montenegro started acting under the current name in 1948 with the Head office in Podgorica, and it was created out of Cetinje football sub-association, the founding assembly of which was held on March 8, 1931.

As it was noted down in newspapers, football in Podgorica started playing in 1910. Since that time to nowadays the following football clubs have been formed on the territory of Podgorica: FC Decic (Tuzi), FC Zeta (Golubovci), FC Crvena stijena (Tolosi), FC Ribnica, FC Graficar, FC Bratstvo (Cijevna, Golubovci), FC Partizan (Momisici), FC Mladost, FC Buducnost. Buducnost has been the only club out of all these clubs that played in the First Federal League.

In the last few years mini football (usually played indoors and with smaller number of players) has become developed and its popularity is growing every day both among the players and spectators.



and here to give Tristan, Luque et al some target practise is Buducnost goalkeeper Miroslav Vujadinovic...



Here is some club info...

Football Club “ Buducnost” was founded in 1925 and already in 1946 the club became the first club in Montenegro to join the First League. Schools of football for all ages and categories have been organized within the club. The colors of the club are blue-white.

The biggest successes of the club are participations in the finals of the Yugoslav Cup in 1965 when Buducnost played with Dinamo- Zagreb and lost with the result 2:1, and in 1977 when Hajduk from Split was better after overtimes, the result was 2:0. Buducnost also participated in RAPAN Cup (today’s Inter-Toto Cup) in 1981 when the club won the first place in the group and the second time was in 1985. Young categories of footballers won the Championship and the Yugoslav Cup a number of times.

In 1975, “Buducnost” was awarded a Decoration of Brotherhood and Unity with golden wreath by Josip Broz Tito.

The famous football stars like Dejan Savicevic, Predrag Mijatovic, Dragan Vujovic, Dragoljub and Branko Brnovic, Dragoje Lekovic and many others played in the club.

This year the Club also competes in the First Federal League and the competition is in due course. All games are played at the stadium under the Gorica Hill. The premises of the club are situated in the basement of the stadium in Vaka Djurovica bb Street.


Here is the team...

Tor:
1 Darko Lubarda 24/11/72 SBM 1.92 86
21 Miroslav Vujadinovic 22/04/83 SBM 1.89 81




Abwehr:
5 Ivan Carapic 08/02/82 SBM 1.83 78
3 Nebojsa Djordjevic SBM
36 Milos Lakic SBM
2 Risto Lakic 03/07/83 SBM 1.80 73
6 Mirko Raicevic 22/03/82 SBM 1.84 79
4 Zoran Vukovic 07/07/79 SBM 1.82 78




Mittelfeld:
8 Goran Burzanovic 04/08/84 SBM 1.81 79
23 Marko Dzevardanovic 03/11/83 SBM 1.82 75
24 Boris Grbovic 31/01/80 SBM 1.82 74
11 Bracan Popovic 31/05/82 SBM 1.83 73
18 Nikola Rogosic 22/05/80 SBM 1.86 80
17 Radislav Sekulic 27/09/85 SBM 1.79 72
15 Nenad Sofranac SBM
13 Bojan Usanovic 18/04/82 SBM 1.79 71
7 Nikola Vujovic SBM
14 Nikola Vukcevic 22/02/84 SBM 1.82 76




Angriff:
16 Ivan Boskovic 01/01/82 SBM 1.90 82 2005 Sutjeska Niksic
10 Igor Burzanovic 25/08/85 SBM 1.78 70
29 Vladimir Gluscevic 20/10/79 SBM 1.90 84 2004 Sparta Praha, Mogren Budva
9 Davor Maras 25/09/77 SBM 1.78 72
20 Marko Mugosa 04/04/84 SBM 1.86 76
27 Goran Perisic 06/12/76 SBM 1.85 80
30 Milan Purovic 07/05/85 SBM 1.77 71
19 Slobodan Rovcanin 29/08/84 SBM 1.80 72
25 Vanja Tatar 28/01/84 SBM 1.79 72
Krsto Zvicer 10/06/87 SBM 1.87 72 2005 Sutjeska Niksic

Personal:
Präsident Vladan Vucetic
Manager Danilo Karadzic
Trainer Branislav Milacic

and here are the club contact details...

Address:
Vaka Djurovica bb
81000 Podgorica
Tel.: (081) 244955
Fax: (081) 244955
Stadium (Capacity):
Pod Goricom (17.000)
Club colours:
Blue-White

here is the stadium...

Football stadium “Pod Goricom”

Another sports pearl of Podgorica situated within the sports zone “Pod Goricom” (Under the Gorica) is deemed to be the football stadium. Big stars of world football played at this stadium. It is enough to mention only two of them, Dejan Savicevic and Predrag Mijatovic who spent a part of their football career playing for Football Club “Buducnost from Podgorica.

The stadium is still under construction. Dimensions of the grass terrain of the football playground are 105 x 70 meters. The planned capacity for the spectators of 24,000 seats shall be provided at the western and eastern stands each of them with 27 rows of stairs and the southern and northern stands each one with 10 rows of stairs. According to the plan the stadium will also encompass 14500m2 of sports and business premises. The western and partially northern stands have been completed until now, while a part of sports and restaurants facilities are situated under the stands space.

The stadium has no athletic lane and a part of western stands is covered. The stadium is equipped with 4 reflectors that enable the games to be played in the evenings. Besides football, the stadium is the venue of numerous cultural happenings.

With respect to economic valorization, the already built part and the planned scope of work as well as the location of the stadium are estimated to be worth about DEM 20 million.



and here is the town/city official site...

http://www.podgorica.cg.yu/English/history/history.htm

another team that plays in blue and white!!!
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Get ready for a culture/football lesson guys and girls...

buducnost podgorica...

A long time ago, in 1883, an “army captain” from Norway, Henrich Augusto Angel “flew” through Montenegro on skies, and two years later, in Norway metropolis Christiania (Oslo), he published a book of his travels “ On skies through Montenegro” in which he recorded that Montenegrins were good in playing ball.

The Football Association of Montenegro started acting under the current name in 1948 with the Head office in Podgorica, and it was created out of Cetinje football sub-association, the founding assembly of which was held on March 8, 1931.

As it was noted down in newspapers, football in Podgorica started playing in 1910. Since that time to nowadays the following football clubs have been formed on the territory of Podgorica: FC Decic (Tuzi), FC Zeta (Golubovci), FC Crvena stijena (Tolosi), FC Ribnica, FC Graficar, FC Bratstvo (Cijevna, Golubovci), FC Partizan (Momisici), FC Mladost, FC Buducnost. Buducnost has been the only club out of all these clubs that played in the First Federal League.

In the last few years mini football (usually played indoors and with smaller number of players) has become developed and its popularity is growing every day both among the players and spectators.



and here to give Tristan, Luque et al some target practise is Buducnost goalkeeper Miroslav Vujadinovic...



Here is some club info...

Football Club “ Buducnost” was founded in 1925 and already in 1946 the club became the first club in Montenegro to join the First League. Schools of football for all ages and categories have been organized within the club. The colors of the club are blue-white.

The biggest successes of the club are participations in the finals of the Yugoslav Cup in 1965 when Buducnost played with Dinamo- Zagreb and lost with the result 2:1, and in 1977 when Hajduk from Split was better after overtimes, the result was 2:0. Buducnost also participated in RAPAN Cup (today’s Inter-Toto Cup) in 1981 when the club won the first place in the group and the second time was in 1985. Young categories of footballers won the Championship and the Yugoslav Cup a number of times.

In 1975, “Buducnost” was awarded a Decoration of Brotherhood and Unity with golden wreath by Josip Broz Tito.

The famous football stars like Dejan Savicevic, Predrag Mijatovic, Dragan Vujovic, Dragoljub and Branko Brnovic, Dragoje Lekovic and many others played in the club.

This year the Club also competes in the First Federal League and the competition is in due course. All games are played at the stadium under the Gorica Hill. The premises of the club are situated in the basement of the stadium in Vaka Djurovica bb Street.


Here is the team...

Tor:
1 Darko Lubarda 24/11/72 SBM 1.92 86
21 Miroslav Vujadinovic 22/04/83 SBM 1.89 81




Abwehr:
5 Ivan Carapic 08/02/82 SBM 1.83 78
3 Nebojsa Djordjevic SBM
36 Milos Lakic SBM
2 Risto Lakic 03/07/83 SBM 1.80 73
6 Mirko Raicevic 22/03/82 SBM 1.84 79
4 Zoran Vukovic 07/07/79 SBM 1.82 78




Mittelfeld:
8 Goran Burzanovic 04/08/84 SBM 1.81 79
23 Marko Dzevardanovic 03/11/83 SBM 1.82 75
24 Boris Grbovic 31/01/80 SBM 1.82 74
11 Bracan Popovic 31/05/82 SBM 1.83 73
18 Nikola Rogosic 22/05/80 SBM 1.86 80
17 Radislav Sekulic 27/09/85 SBM 1.79 72
15 Nenad Sofranac SBM
13 Bojan Usanovic 18/04/82 SBM 1.79 71
7 Nikola Vujovic SBM
14 Nikola Vukcevic 22/02/84 SBM 1.82 76




Angriff:
16 Ivan Boskovic 01/01/82 SBM 1.90 82 2005 Sutjeska Niksic
10 Igor Burzanovic 25/08/85 SBM 1.78 70
29 Vladimir Gluscevic 20/10/79 SBM 1.90 84 2004 Sparta Praha, Mogren Budva
9 Davor Maras 25/09/77 SBM 1.78 72
20 Marko Mugosa 04/04/84 SBM 1.86 76
27 Goran Perisic 06/12/76 SBM 1.85 80
30 Milan Purovic 07/05/85 SBM 1.77 71
19 Slobodan Rovcanin 29/08/84 SBM 1.80 72
25 Vanja Tatar 28/01/84 SBM 1.79 72
Krsto Zvicer 10/06/87 SBM 1.87 72 2005 Sutjeska Niksic

Personal:
Präsident Vladan Vucetic
Manager Danilo Karadzic
Trainer Branislav Milacic

and here are the club contact details...

Address:
Vaka Djurovica bb
81000 Podgorica
Tel.: (081) 244955
Fax: (081) 244955
Stadium (Capacity):
Pod Goricom (17.000)
Club colours:
Blue-White

here is the stadium...

Football stadium “Pod Goricom”

Another sports pearl of Podgorica situated within the sports zone “Pod Goricom” (Under the Gorica) is deemed to be the football stadium. Big stars of world football played at this stadium. It is enough to mention only two of them, Dejan Savicevic and Predrag Mijatovic who spent a part of their football career playing for Football Club “Buducnost from Podgorica.

The stadium is still under construction. Dimensions of the grass terrain of the football playground are 105 x 70 meters. The planned capacity for the spectators of 24,000 seats shall be provided at the western and eastern stands each of them with 27 rows of stairs and the southern and northern stands each one with 10 rows of stairs. According to the plan the stadium will also encompass 14500m2 of sports and business premises. The western and partially northern stands have been completed until now, while a part of sports and restaurants facilities are situated under the stands space.

The stadium has no athletic lane and a part of western stands is covered. The stadium is equipped with 4 reflectors that enable the games to be played in the evenings. Besides football, the stadium is the venue of numerous cultural happenings.

With respect to economic valorization, the already built part and the planned scope of work as well as the location of the stadium are estimated to be worth about DEM 20 million.



and here is the town/city official site...

http://www.podgorica.cg.yu/English/history/history.htm

another team that plays in blue and white!!!




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Jedva cekam da dodje u Srbiju sam napisao kad sam mislio da ce igrati protiv OFK Beograda. Za ono drugo priznajem gresku, ali nisam imao nikakvih nacionalistickih misli dok sam to pisao niti cu ih IKAD IMATI (za razliku od tebe). A ti sto teras navijace sa stadiona, to je kao u redu??

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which is this language???
Serbian and Montenegrian language is the same
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