Aljaž Ivačič unhappy in Portland, reports to the MLS Players’ Union
A few months ago, Aljaž Ivačič raised a lot of dust by arbitrarily and, above all, prematurely early and prematurely left the Slovenian national team camp. At the time, he explained that he had returned to the United States also for his club. Matjaž Kek did not call him anymore and now Aljaž Ivačič is also in trouble with his club. He doesn’t defend for Portland, and it’s even gone so far that Aljaž Ivačič has reported his club to the North American MLS Players’ Union.
“Ivačić’s complaint alleges abuse and manipulation. Ivačić did not want to elaborate on the reasons for his complaint and the club did not want to comment on the matter,” it says The Oregonian which claims that Aljaž Ivačić has tried to leave Portland several times in the past, but always without success. The Oregonian also reported a statement from an unnamed source:”He does this (requests a transfer) every time he doesn’t start a match. He made it clear that if he doesn’t start the game, he doesn’t play. Every time he didn’t start a game, every time the coach didn’t pick him, there were problems. Just as he had problems with everyone and anyone.”
The relationship finally broke down after a transfer to the New England Revolution, Antonio Delamea Mlinar’s former club, allegedly fell through. Aljaž Ivačič has been completely sidelined since then, and the club is reportedly very annoyed that the footballer does not want to talk to them except in the company of his agent Denis Selimović. But the latter does not have a good record with Portland’s management, dating back to the problems with Santiago Moreno, who ended up changing agents.
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