Batko WroteColonUpravo tekma na face TV sada za bojkotašku ekipu!!!
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Mozda im se ovaj put posreci, pa pobjedi Mexiko.
Liverpool. YNWA WroteColonVirtu4l WroteColonJeli ono navijači Meksika govore 'puta' kad protivnički golman ispucava loptu?
gledao sam meč sa meksikancem, to je kod njih normalno
govorili su "puto", kako mi on reče, to je kod njih "p ederu" ili "kukavico"
"Naučio sam dosta toga o Hrvatskoj u ovom susretu jer BiH igra dosta sličan nogomet. Međutim, mislim da Hrvatska igra bolji nogomet od BiH koja je vrlo prljava iako su to dvije slične reprezentacije. Hrvatska ima vrlo jake napadače koji vole igrati po zemlji te također dvojicu sjajnih veznjaka u Luki Modriću i Ivanu Rakitiću. U obrani igraju dosta slično. Mislim da će nam ova utakmica dosta pomoći, vidio sam neke stvari koje moramo popraviti. Imamo u petak još utakmicu protiv Portugala i onda još četiri-pet dana za završnu pripremu", istaknuo je Herrera.
Bosnia came into June of this year with an abysmal 0-3 record on American Soil, two of those losses coming against Mexico. Two friendlies later and the Dragons got a lot done: they got that elusive first win in America, against the Ivory Coast (you can read what we learned from that match here: http://bhdragons.com/bosnia-vs-ivory-co ... e-learned/), and they finally exercised some demons with a 1-0 win against Mexico. Here are five things we learned from the Mexico friendly:
1) Muhamed Besic is an anchor: Against Ivory Coast, we learned that Besic was the real deal; against Mexico, we learned that he’s so much more. Muhamed was once again the player of the game, just like in the game against the Ivory Coast: he hustled, won the ball back for the Dragons at every turn, and once again established himself as a wall. In the press conference, Safet Susic declared that “Besic has it all, he’s won a spot in the starting lineup.” Susic showed massive confidence in the 21 year old when he declared that Besic is the only player on the team who can stop Messi: and while it may be wishful thinking that La Pulga will be stopped, it looks like Muhamed will be in the middle of it all if our defense does manage to tame the dangerous Argentina attack. If Besic keeps this play up in the World Cup, it will be shocking if he doesn’t transfer to an elite club after the tournament.
2) Izet Hajrovic is a deserving starter: The other player, along with Besic, who proved the most in the trio of friendly games (against Mexico, Ivory Coast, and the U-21 team) was Izet Hajrovic. Hajrovic was a menace on the right wing, flashing some pace and speed to make it very uncomfortable for the Mexican defense; his speed and long distance shooting capability will make him a valuable asset on counter attacks. Izet scored the only goal of the game against Mexico, but beyond just that, he exhibited a refreshing hunger and desire in all of the friendlies. In these three matches, nobody made a better case, other than Izet Harjrovic (and Muhamed Besic), for why they should be a starte. It would be a mistake on Susic’s part not to include Izet in the starting 11, for the match against Argentina.
3) The 4-2-3-1 formation is gold: All throughout qualifiers, Susic was churning out the 4-4-2 formation. Although it worked at first, the formation was exposed late in qualifiers: in both Slovakia games (one a loss in Zenica and the other, a win but only because of Hajrovic’s miraculous brilliance), and in a bad friendly loss to Egypt, in February. Susic had to change something after that 2-0 defeat at the hands of the Egyptions, and he hit the nail on the head by changing the formation. The 4-2-3-1 gives Bosnia more speed by being able to play Lulic and Hajrovic on the wings, it doesn’t sacrifice play-making ability because it still lets Pjanic and Misimovic be in the thick of things on offense; and with Besic playing CDM, Pjanic is allowed to move forward and contribute in attack because he’ll know that Muhamed has him covered. Safet Susic found the formation which suits our team best, and needs to run with it, at the World Cup.
4) The injuries from the Ivory Coast game weren’t serious: The main story of the Ivory Coast game was injuries: Kolasinac, Begovic, Spahic, and Vranjes all suffered their own personal knock, and Bosnians everywhere held their breath after each injury happened. Fortunately: none of the injuries were serious at all, and all of the substitutions made in the Ivory Coast match because of the injuries, were mere precaution. Begovic, who was dealing with some back issues throughout the Ivory Coast game but didn’t come out, showed no signs of any injury as he made two acrobatic saves late in the Mexico game to help preserve the win. Spahic started the game and played all 90 minutes, Kolasinac and Vranjes both came in during the 2nd half and were key contributors in helping keep Mexico off the score sheet. Mensur Mujdza started the match and played a solid game, while Bicakcic is expected to re-join the team and be ready for the Argentina, match after his hand injury; the Dragons look to be fully healthy going into the World Cup (knock on wood).
5) This team is ready for the World Cup: Going into these friendlies (vs. U-21 team, Ivory Coast, and Mexico), it was questioned whether or not this team was ready for the World Cup, as the last match we had witnessed was that malfunction against Egypt. A lot of questions were answered, however, with three wonderful performances: and it’s clear now that this team is ready to represent their country in Brazil, in just a couple of weeks (yes, the World Cup is that close people!). The formation has been figured out, the players are showing a grit and desire like never before, Misimovic looks to have slimmed down, we’ve finally found our starting CDM (Besic), and the team just looks very confident. A lot of credit has to go to the often criticized Safet Susic, who coached circles around Sabri Lamouchi and Miguel Herrera in these friendlies, and who looks to have prepared this team for Mundial. Brazil is waiting boys, make our country proud!
Virtu4l WroteColon"Naučio sam dosta toga o Hrvatskoj u ovom susretu jer BiH igra dosta sličan nogomet. Međutim, mislim da Hrvatska igra bolji nogomet od BiH koja je vrlo prljava iako su to dvije slične reprezentacije. Hrvatska ima vrlo jake napadače koji vole igrati po zemlji te također dvojicu sjajnih veznjaka u Luki Modriću i Ivanu Rakitiću. U obrani igraju dosta slično. Mislim da će nam ova utakmica dosta pomoći, vidio sam neke stvari koje moramo popraviti. Imamo u petak još utakmicu protiv Portugala i onda još četiri-pet dana za završnu pripremu", istaknuo je Herrera.
Ovaj još uvijek kuka.
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