Wednesday, October 28, 2015

All in one

In the past days I had no internet connection, so now you get all the events of the previous days in one.

In the 6th round of the handball superliga Partizan played eternal derby with Crvena Zvezda at the Banjica sports hall. It could have been a very tough clash, Zvezda was leading in the first time always with 1-2-3 goals, but then in the 14th minute we equalized with Radojković’s goal, then Đuričić shot and we took the lead for a short while. At the end of the first half the standing was 10:10, when Mršulja scored, probably right before the buzz, setting the half-time result to 11:10.
In the second half we kept on leading until the 40th minute, when Zvezda equalized, then they took back the lead. From then on we could only equalize here and there, even though we struggled  hard. The end result of the match was 20:22.

Nemanja "Parni valjak" Živković, one of the heros of the day with 5 goals

Mihajlo "Unbreakable" Radojković, the other hero of the day (5 goals)

Ivan Popović

Current championship standings:
1. CZ 11 points
2. Sloga 9 points
3. Metaloplastika 9 points
4. Partizan 8 points
5. Rudar Kostolac 6 points
6. Požarevac 5 points
7. Jugović 5 points
8. Radnički 3 points
9. Morava 3 points
10. Železničar 1 point


The volleyball superliga started last weekend. Partizan visited Vojvodina in the first round. In the first game Partizan was leading to 11:16, but Vojvodina switched the standing and won it to 26:24. In the second set was more narrow, Partizan leading to 7:8 in the beginning, but later it was 16:13 and finally the Novi Sad team won again to 25:19. In the third part the home team was leading for the whole time, winning it to 25:21 as well as the match to 3:0. The hero of the day was Dimitrije Pantić with 12 points. No photos are available, because all sports sites are a bunch of fat monkeys not even just mentioning volleyball results.

Current championship standings:
1. Novi Pazar 3 points
2. Spartak Ljig 3 points
3. Vojvodina 3 points
4. Klek Srbijašume 2 points
5. Niš 2 points
6. Inđija 1 point
7. Radnički 1 point
8. Partizan 0 point
9. CZ 0 point
10. Ribnica 0 point


In the 7th round of Adriatic League Partizan clashed with Krka at home.
I don’t get into details, I guess everyone has seen the match together with the lousy, corrupted referees and that one, goddamn basket by the opponent, that was scored after the end buzz, and the referees still validated it.
But I brought you photos, right from Pionir Hall.
Yes. I was there.
Yes. Me.

Partizan's basketball players are professional, they always start with warming up

Victorious KK Partizan

Full of energy, enthusiasm...


...ready to clash with the opponent

Short discussion before the start

Fair-play handshakes


Down there there are Edo Murić and Mihajlo Andrić watching the game (later they were joined by Kevin Jones)

Free throw by Danilo Anđušić

KK Partizan logo on the court

Children playing on the court in the half-time

Half-time result

Free throw, second half

Match action
(photos: JSD Partizan Fan Blog)

Current standing of the League: 
1. Budućnost 13 points
2. CZ 12 points
3. Mega Leks 12 points
4. Union Olimpija 11 points
5. Igokea 11 points
6. Cedevita 11 points
7. MZT Skopje 11 points
8. Zadar 10 points
9. Metalac 10 points
10. Krka 10 points
11. Partizan 9 points
12. Sutjeska 9 points
13. Cibona 9 points
14. Tajfun Šentjur 9 points


In the 15th round of Jelen SuperLiga Partizan met Mladost at an away match.
I won’t get into details now, okay?...
Everyone could see, it was a very bad, very muddy, cursed game, Mladost scoring right at the beginning (1:0). We equalized with Babović’s goal only in the 48th minute (1:1), then we picked ourselves together and took the lead with Grbić scoring in the 79th minute (2:1), but in the 88th minute Mladost scored a terrible goal, equalized and kept one point at home.

(photo: Facebook/Fudbalski klub Partizan)

May I have a frank question?
Who is this Babović that he can always make it back to the starting eleven at every coach, and he is never ever substituted at any game, just doing some alibi hanging around on the field? How is it possible that so far nobody did (or nobody could) throw out this talentless, wooden-legged show-off from the team?

Current championship standings:
1. CZ 41 points
2. Borac 27 points
3. Partizan 25 points
4. Čukarički 25 points
5. Radnički Niš 25 points
6. Javor 24 points
7. Vojvodina 21 points
8. Novi Pazar 19 points
9. FK Voždovac 18 points
10. Mladost 17 points
11. OFK Beograd 15 points
12. Metalac 15 points
13. Surdulica 14 points
14. Rad 13 points
15. Jagodina 11 points
16. Spartak Zlatibor Voda 7 points


Some good news as well: Partizan’s rugby team WASHED OFF Crvena Zvezda in the Serbian Cup final with a shining victory of 21:13.

(photos: Facebook/Ragbi Klub Partizan)

A video about the ceremony:

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