What else could have been expected? Experienced Saša Aleksandar Živec is playing, scoring, assisting, and above all, winning in the 4th Polish league (!)
Just a few years ago, he was a Slovenian international, and now Saša Aleksander Živec is proving himself in – attention – the fourth league! But not in Slovenia, rather in Poland, where he spent a significant part of his successful career. Despite being 32 years old and undoubtedly capable of playing at a higher level, the Primorje native made a rather unusual decision this summer. He signed for a club called Wieczysta, relatively unknown, but it allowed him to do what he wanted most – live and play football in Krakow.
Although the decision was surprising, in terms of competition, it has been undoubtedly positive. Saša Aleksander Živec is thriving in the yellow and black jersey: under the guidance of coach Slawomir Peszka (44 appearances for Poland, also played for Köln, Wolverhampton, and Parma), he plays regularly, scores goals, makes assists, and most importantly, wins.
After eighteen matches played, Wieczysta tops the table in the fourth Polish league, holding a three-point lead over the closest pursuer. Among all the teams in the league, the Krakow-based club has scored the most goals (54), with the two-time Slovenian international contributing three of those goals while also registering two assists in the statistics.
Saša Aleksander Živec and his teammates are currently on an eleven-match unbeaten streak, securing nine victories in this period, including six consecutive wins. It’s premature to predict how the season will end, but it seems that the former Primorje, Gorica, and Domžale player is enjoying himself. When you’re winning, everything else falls into place. Even if it’s just in the fourth Polish league…
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