Kras Repen is flying on the wings of Slovenians this season: Rajčević, Perhavec, Badžim and Đukić on the wing, Velikonja immediately wakes up the attack of the foreigners
Karst Repen, a club of Slovene expatriates from Italy, is competing in the Promozione league, the sixth best league in the country. The football team from Repentabor (Monrupino), near Trieste, is doing well at the start. It is true that Kras started the new competition year with a defeat against Cormonese, but the sequel was much better. The club has 10 points from the next four games and is currently third in the standings. Slovenian footballers also play a big part in the good results.
Last weekend, the foreign club beat Unione Fincantieri Monfalcone 5:2, with goals by Žiga Perhavec (23 years old, who played for Dekane in Slovenia) and veteran Aleksander Rajčević. Etien Velikonja also played in the second half, but although he did not score, he gave Kras a good boost in attack. When he was on the pitch, his club scored four goals.
Luka Badžim, former footballer, scored in the win over Lavarian Mortean Esperia Koper and Primorje, while Bojan Đukić, a former member of Gorica, scored a goal in the win over Fiumciello. Badžim also scored to celebrate in the quarter-final of the Cup, in which Kras also beat Fiumciello.
It should be added that Primož Bužan is the Kras goalkeeper, Anže Kuraj and Andrej Lukač also wear the Kras jersey, and Radenko Knežević, who played for Tabor, Domžale, Koper and Aluminij and was also a young Slovenian national team player, sits on the coaching bench. The main goal of the Slovenians in the Kras is clear: immediate promotion to a higher level of competition.
This text was automatically translated using AI.