Kris Jogan gets a Slovenian footballer as teammate in Italy: ex-MIBER hopeful Tim Golob to prove himself in Romanje na Soči
Source of the photo: ASD Pro Romans
Not only the lower leagues in Austria, the lower leagues in Italy are also becoming more and more interesting and popular for Slovenians. Kris Jogan is one of those who is proving himself on the Apennine Peninsula. The former Slovenian national team youngster is a member of ASD Pro Romans, a club based in the border town of Romans d’Isonzo, or Romans na Soči in Slovenian.
ASD Pro Romans plays in the Promozione league, the fifth best league in Italy, and one of its rivals is the Slovenian club Kras Repen. The Slovenian phalanx is very much present in the latter, with Aleksander Rajčević and Etien Velikonja, among others, wearing the latter’s jersey.
But Kris Jogan is no longer the only Slovenian at the Comunale F.lli Calligaris. Tim Golob, a 26-year-old defensive-minded footballer from Maribor, who also spent his younger years with the Violistas from Ljudski vrt, has also moved there.
Tim Golob last visited Austria, where he played 26 games, and the last time we saw him in Slovenia was in the 2021/22 season. At that time he was in 2. SNL, wearing the jersey of Rogaška. Before that, he was with Brda, Ptuj Drava, Fužinar, Beltinci and Aluminij. In 2. SNL he played 95 games and 16 times in the 3. SNL.
“We are very happy with our purchase. Tim Golob is the missing piece in our mosaic,“, said Davide Demasi, Sporting Director of the Jogan club, on the arrival of the Slovenian footballer.
This text was automatically translated using AI.