Serbia Kill Korea’s Unbeaten Record

November 18th, 2009 by rosstheger

A goal after six minutes from Valencia giant Nikola Zigic brought South Korea’s 27 match unbeaten run to an abrupt end at Fulham’s Craven Cottage. The game kicked-off at the odd-time of 2.30pm and was played infront of pretty much an empty stadium with one of the highlights being the happy bunch of Koreans.
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Serbia Prepare For World Cup With Belfast Win

November 14th, 2009 by rosstheger

Danko Lazovic’s 10th International goal for Serbia was enough for Beli Orlovi to see off the stubborn challenge of Nigel Worthington’s developing Northern Irish side at Windsor Park. Lazovic of PSV, capped off a fluent move at the edge of the box involving Zdravko Kuzmanovic and Zoran Tosic set up the 26 year-old PSV frontman [...]

How Serbia qualified for the 2010 World Cup

November 4th, 2009 by leewilson

Fresh from many names changes in the last decade or two, Serbia entered their first qualification campaign as an independent nation. The team were formerly known as Yugoslavia before competing as Serbia and Montenegro. However, the split with Montenegro has ensured that the majority of star players have stayed with Serbia making Montenegro the weaker [...]