Gorica is becoming more active in the winter transfer market: After Haris Kadrić, Lazar Sajčić from Serbia has also signed for the blue-and-whites
Photo: SK Dynamo Česke Budejovice
In Nova Gorica, they claim that there are no more obstacles to registering new football players, even though it’s true that they received a penalty from the International Football Association (FIFA) at the end of last year. Consequently, the new sports director Zoran Ljubinković has already started recruiting. Luka Marjanac will continue his career among the roses, and yesterday we exclusively reported that former young Slovenian national team representative Haris Kadrić has signed a contract. Additionally, Lazar Sajčić will also play in the blue-and-white jersey in the spring.
Lazar Sajčić is a 27-year-old attacking midfielder or winger from Serbia, who also holds a Croatian passport. He began his career in the youth academy of the Belgrade giant Partizan, later gaining experience abroad. In Belarus, where he played for Gorodeya and Gomel, he won a cup trophy. He was a member of the club SK Dynamo Česke Budejovice in the Czech Republic and played in Kazakhstan for Atyrau, and most recently in Lithuania for Hegelmann.
In his senior career, he has played 182 matches, scoring 17 goals and providing 12 assists. At first glance, it seems that Gorica has gained a valuable reinforcement, which could be crucial for coach Miran Srebrnič in the battle for a speedy return to the Prva liga Telemach.
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