A young player who played in Spain for the last two years returns to Slovenia: Tim Veber under the guidance of Ermin Rakovic at NK Ljubljana
Tim Veber is one of those Slovenian footballers who left home at a very young age. He left his native country, where he last played for the Ljubljana Freedom, at the age of 17 and moved to Spain. There he first signed for CD II Pueblos, later also played for Bahia Santiago and lastly Real Union. All three clubs are based in Tenerife. There is little information on how well he did, but what is true is that Spain became a thing of the past for him.
Tim Veber, born in 2003, is back home in Slovenia and will kick the ball again in the capital. The 19-year-old has agreed a deal with Ljubljana, which the former Slovenian national team player Ermin Raković Rakovic took Slovenia from fifth to fourth in the Slovenian league last season. The former first league player has even higher ambitions, the next goal is the third league, and Raković will be helped in achieving this by winger Tim Veber, who was
Football Association of Slovenia
has already registered the club in the capital.
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