Good life lesson learnt if anything. Fiji may not offer the very best but Kuwaiti money won't lure Igor away for the time being.
You sold Waqa AND Finau?! Those players were icons and I really hope there are some players coming in/through the ranks to become just as good as there is a 40-goal gap now in that team!
Losing Waqa is gutting and a massive loss to what was a successful side last year. But the money you got could keep the team running for a good year because of it. I just hope you can find a similar gem this window!
One thing about Igor is his ability to recognise talent. Once a player leaves, I have confidence in him to find a suitable replacement and that has been proven here. A good signing, in my opinion.
2021-03-06 11:55#282289 ScottT : One thing about Igor is his ability to recognise talent. Once a player leaves, I have confidence in him to find a suitable replacement and that has been proven here. A good signing, in my opinion.I'm convinced Igor's recruitment policy is getting people with height and decent set piece ability. In Hnamuko's case, I believe goalkeepers are signed based on hand size
Some good results in the warm up games, great to hear that Brníc is happy with the mentality of his squad now more than ever after his ventures to watch structurally better teams in Australia and in Europe.
As Igor says, it's always pleasing to win silverware irrespective of whatever competition it is. The season starts brightly and they do say to start as you mean to go on. Plenty more success and trophies ahead I feel.
That first leg bodes well for the upcoming season, a good start to the trophy collection this season too!
A surprisingly simple draw it seems like! I think Igor should be able to coast past these opponents.
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