Olimpija celebrates among its members, but loses another talented guy: Maj Pirc says goodbye to the Dragons and goes to Domžale
She was in a class of her own on the members’ stage last season, and her fans
is also impressing this season, having already leapfrogged two rivals in the Champions League qualifiers and secured a place in the group stage of a European Cup for the first time in its history. Meanwhile, the club’s fans fear that sooner or later the team will be sold off, but Goran Boromisa, the club’s sporting director, has reconfirmed that this will not happen. On the other hand, Olimpija has lost a number of young players this summer, who had been sprouting in its youth squad.
The players who have been on the attack recently are mainly those who played in the U15 league last season. Top scorer Ajdin Sadiković left for Brinje Grosuplje, while Stefan Brankovski, who had some good performances in the spring, signed for Maribor. Aleksej Mikulic moved to city rival Bravo, and Maj Pirc was the next to say goodbye. The 2009-born player was the third top scorer for the U15 team last season, scoring seven times, and will now continue his football development in the youth set-up
. The latter got a national team player, Maj Pirc has already proved himself under the guidance of Muamer Vugdalić, the U15 national team selector.
Let’s add that Luka Radiković, another former member of Olimpija, also moved to the yellow family, but he left the Dragons in the middle of last season. First he wore the Radomlje kit, now he has to prove himself on the pitch at Kamniški Bistrica.
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