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Igor Brníc - Destination Unknown

Started on 18 January 2021 by J_ames
Latest Reply on 9 April 2021 by Jack
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To lead the game at such a late stage only to throw it away and then go on to lose it is disappointing. I know that Brnic will be challenging his players to respond accordingly, though. He has demonstrated that he isn't one to beat around the bush.
Great to see you racking up the wins in the league but unfortunately the same cannot be said about that start in the AFC Cup. You have a few games to make amends which I'm sure you'll do!
Some excellent arrivals coming in this season to make up for the talent that left and I agree the squad has certainly improved. I especially like the Kai Knight signing and look forward to seeing him score plenty of goals from set pieces :D

On a personal level it seems as though Igor has come to a wise decision as Monte Carlo has been no challenge to him so far. Time for a step up!
Christ. The opposition will be sticking a couple of men on Knight at a time!

I think the most important thing to review in this update though is the decision Brnic has made on his future at the club. Macau has a limited ceiling and I agree that the ceiling has been reached. There will be clubs keen on attaining his services that will benefit his career in the long run rather than sticking around at Monte Carlo amassing silverware for what? Very little.
An important victory in North Korea to keep Monte Carlo's hopes alive in the AFC Cup. There's little to say for the league aside from congratulations!
Gabriel's double hat-trick is lovely <3 The AFC Cup is not finished yet!
Qualification was always set to be a tough ask but a positive to take is that, as mentioned, Monte Carlo didn't disgrace themselves in their performances and results.
Reflecting back on the previous update, eighteen clubs in one stadium?! :O That pitch must be of a pretty poor standard. As for this update, a pleasing end to the chapter at Monte Carlo. I'm looking forward to seeing where the future lies for Brnic. He has impressed in Macau and whilst the reputation of the league isn't the best, I'm hopeful that someone of a decent standard will afford him an opportunity to prove himself at an improved standard.
When you're scoring more goals than you have played games, that's when you know you're playing at a standard that just isn't up to where you ought to be. Fair play to Va Loc for his twelve assists from left wing-back too. Very impressive.

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