Switzerland trio Granit Xhaka, Stephan Lichtsteiner and Xherdan Shaqiri have been fined for their controversial double headed eagle celebration against Serbia. However, no bans were imposed on the players meaning they are free to play in Switzerland’s final group match against Costa Rica on Thursday. Xhaka, Lichtsteiner and Shaqiri were seen emulating the Albanian double
The final game for the day faced the European teams of Serbia and Switzerland. The game was expected by many people, mainly due to the fact that World Cup games between nations from the same continent are always interesting. This game was not exclusion and after a late drama, Switzerland stole the three points from
Image Credits – Instagram Tennis star Novak Djokovic knows exactly what he wants if he’s offered to choose between watching Serbia play their first ever World Cup final and playing in the Wimbledon final-he would chose the latter. Djokovic is a devoted fan of the Serbian national football team and was over the moon to
Image credits – Aleksandar Vucic Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told the Serbian national team that they would receive ten million euros if they manage to lift the World Cup trophy in Russia. Vucic announced the reward in a presidential reception of the Serbian team and staff ahead of the World Cup. “Earlier, I finished the talks
Image credits – Instagram Serbia have announced the final 23-man squad for the Russia World Cup before flying out to Austria, where their World Cup preparations will continue. Serbia head coach Mladen Krstajić has omitted the names of Aleksandar Jovanovic (Aarhus), Matija Nastasic (Schalke), Mijat Gacinovic (Frankfurt) and Nemanja Maksimovic (Valencia) from the 27-man provisional
Image credits – Mladen Krstajic The head coach of the Serbian national football team Mladen Krstajic released his preliminary squad of 27 players for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. The final squad of the Eastern Europeans will be updated on June 4th when is the final date for the releasing of the final squads.
Yugoslavia was one of the countries that produced the most football talents in the history of the world. Parts of Yugoslavia were the countries of Macedonia, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. You can only imagine how good of a team could have been presented now if this country was still active. Part
Serbia and the whole Balkan region had always been a synonym of high-level football and tons of talented players. Since Serbia became an independent country the nation had qualified for the World Cup only two times (in 2006 and for the upcoming tournament). For this reason, the upcoming World Cup in Russia is of huge