It's revolting. This highly talented, golden-hearted youngster should not rot and get forgotten in China. He should have been transported to Western Europe, after those in charge definitely wanted to put him on loan. May all those whom it concerns put up a wire-brush to themselves.
If that was not enough, another Chinese team is interested in Petar Škuletić. (What the hell is going on there?...) The unnamed team offered 4 million euros for the striker, but after the Lille-adventure the management made it clear, Škuletić is not for sale. The player had only a resigned comment to mozzartsport.com saying the world would not collapse if he had to stay in ul. Humska, but he would have to find out how to manage his livelihood. (Yes, Partizan’s financial state is still between "horror" and "unbelievable".)
Hotsport made an interview with former Partizan player Igor Duljaj. The entire text can be read here, now I just try to pick some highlights. Duljaj has been playing in Ukraine for more than 6 years, but due to the civil war his team, Sevastopol ceased to be. All players were discharged, many of them ended their professional career. Duljaj got some offers from Greece, but he decided to give up being an active football player and enrolled to a trainers’ course in Kiev. He also tells about his experiences living in a civil war area, talks about the current state of Serbian football as well as many others.
It’s official: Partizan signed (again) Stefan Babović. Announcement and press conference will be tomorrow at 13:00.
Ulsan Hyundai, a football team from South Korea is interested in signing Vladimir Volkov. The defender has nothing against it either, mozzartsport.com says the making of the contract is in the final stage. (Let’s not draw quick conclusions. Volkov is still with the team that just started the winter preparations.)
Vanja Marinković has signed his first ever professional contract with KK Partizan for 4 years.
Milutin Đukanović from Montenegro arrived at KK Partizan for a "test run". KK Lovćen Cetinje’s player will be tested as a point guard.
Partizan’s water polo team will clash with Galatasaray in Champions League on 17th January. However, after the basketball tragedy in November the match will be played behind closed gates. VK Partizan wrote a letter to the Serbian Ministry of Home Affairs to allow their fans to enter the Banjica sports hall and watch the game. No reply has been received so far.