Domžale say goodbye to their record holder: Slobodan Vuk ends his ‘serious’ career, he will now play ‘a little bit for fun’ in 3. SNL
played 271 matches for Domžale. They are gone. He scored 67 goals for Domžale. They are gone. Slobodan Vuk is a living legend of Domžale. But Slobodan Vuk is no longer a member of Domžale… The yellow family has confirmed what has been hinted for some time: the experienced striker has said goodbye to the club, which is home to Kamnik Bistrica.
“I have a long period in Domžale behind me. From 2010 until now, I have spent many good times here. There have been some less beautiful ones, but that’s sport. Football has really given me a lot and I am grateful to everyone who has stood by me all the way. I consider it a great honour to finish as the top scorer and the record holder for the most games played. Feelings are mixed. At the end of my first league career, I thought at times that I could extend it for another year or two. In the end, we and the club decided not to do this. I quickly processed it all and turned to new challenges. I will help Domžale in various organisations, but I will not give up football completely. I will play for Dob. A little bit for the soul, a little bit to help them get back to 2. SNL,” Slobodan Vuk told
and revealed that he is saying goodbye to Domžale, but not to football, even though he will no longer play at the highest level.
Appreciate the experience of Slobodan Vuk
“Thanks to Slobodan for everything he has given to the club! For a long, really long time he represented the coat of arms of Domžale. And above all, it is successful. He is a double record holder. We have also played quite a lot of games together, and of course it is nice to have people like that staying with us even after they have finished playing. So we will continue to work together, which is great. He was always there to help with advice. He has a wealth of experience and this should be appreciated. I wish him well on his new path. I believe he will be at least as successful as he was on the pitch,” said goodbye to Vuk to Domžale’s sport director Senijad Ibričić.
Slobodan Vuk signed for Domžale for the first time in 2010, when he came from Kamnik, and then more often than not played for the yellow family all the time. The exception is the brief period when he went abroad for the first and last time. In 2018, he moved to Norway to join Tromsø, where he scored just 2 goals in 23 games.
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