Mirza Hasanbegović was a member of Domžale for only a year: The striker left Slovenia and found a new club in the fifth tier of French football
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Although only 22 years old, Mirza Hasanbegović has experienced quite a bit in his career. He honed his skills in Venice with Venezia, played in Greece and Bulgaria, kicked the ball in his native Sweden, spent time with Gorica, and most recently with Domžale, and now he is set to play in France. All well and good – France is a football powerhouse. But… But Mirza Hasanbegović will be playing there in – attention – the fifth division!
The former member of the yellow family has signed with the club AS Prix-Les-Mezieres from the north of the country, which competes in Championnat National 3 – Groupe I. Or, as mentioned: the fifth French league. In the standings of their group, they are currently in the middle, but club president Jerry Zuccari has brought in quite a few interesting reinforcements (Santy Ngom was, among other clubs, at PSG and Nantes, and played for the Senegal national team), among whom undoubtedly belongs Mirza Hasanbegović.
Born in 2001 in Stockholm, the forward with roots in Bosnia and Herzegovina played only 15 games for Domžale in a year, scoring once. When he scored against Bravo in his second appearance in the Domžale jersey, many thought that the yellow team had acquired a quality reinforcement for more goals, but that was not the case…
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