Dušan Kosić will soon get a new striker: Filip Stuparevic, who also played for Watford, will be transferred
Domžale are in a serious crisis, but Dušan Kosič, who is the coach of the yellow family, can sleep well. The club’s management trusts him and instead of threatening him with a “book”, they will bring in new reinforcements. According to Sportklub, Filip Stuparević will continue his career at the Kamniška Bistrica stadium. He is a 23-year-old forward from Belgrade, who can boast of having played regularly for Serbia’s youth national teams in the past.
Filip Stuparević last played on the club scene in the United Arab Emirates, where he wore the Al-Orooba jersey. Before that, he was a member of Watford for two years, where he did not make a single appearance in the senior category. Watford paid more than €2 million for him, and in 2019 also beat out a Juventus and Valencia. Filip Stuparević played on loan for his native Voždovac and the Czech Republic’s Pribram, but after leaving the island he signed for FK Metalac Gornji Milanovac.
He moved to the UAE last summer and has had a successful season. He scored 20 goals and was the second top scorer in the local second league. Only Diogo Acosta has scored more goals (24). Now, as we said, he is supposed to come to Domžale as a free agent, where they are in dire need of a goal-scoring footballer. No goals, no points, and Domžale have very few this season – only five after seven games.
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