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The red-and-whites return to training

Crvena zvezda first team resumed training after winter holidays. The players reported to Head Coach Vladan Milojević on 9 January with second half of the season approaching.

The gaffer spoke to the press and confirmed that the team remained unchanged, but that it could change before the end of the transfer window.

“We’ve had some good times this season, but we haven’t won anything yet. We want to keep working hard and prepare for the challenges that are coming. We know each other well now and it should make my job a bit easier”, Milojević said.

“There will be transfers, that is almost certain. But nothing is official yet and we have to focus on the training pitch. You have to be prepared to lose players if the club receives an acceptable offer. It’s just football, you have to get on with it if it happens.”

The following players reported for training on Tuesday: Damir Kahriman, Milan Borjan, Nemanja Supić, Aleksandar Stanković, Filip Stojković, Vujadin Savić, Uroš Račić, Dušan Anđelković, Milan Rodić, Srđan Babić, Marko Gobeljić, Nenad Krstičić, Nemanja Milić, Slavoljub Srnić, Nenad Milijaš, Mitchell Donald, Damien Le Tallec, Abraham Frimpong, Richmond Boakye, Branko Jovičić, Milan Pavkov, Luka Adžić, Nemanja Radonjić, Aleksandar Pešić, Filip Bainović, Zé Marcos, Dejan Joveljić, Luka Ilić, Ivan Ilić, Aleksa Terzić, Veljko Nikolić, Strahinja Eraković and Mateus Viveiros Andrade.

Guélor Kanga was allowed a few extra days off by the staff, Milojević confirmed.

“Kanga will be with us in two or three days. Milan Pavkov is back from his loan at Radnički and he is fighting for his place on the team. Young striker Dejan Joveljić is training with the first team along with a few other youngsters and we will think about sending him out on loan to gain a bit of senior football experience.”

“We will travel to Cyprus on Sunday and spend a week there working on the players’ fitness. Afterwards, we fly to Turkey to continue training and play four training matches. Some changes to the schedule are still possible, of course.”

Head Coach Vladan Milojević refused to comment on the UEFA ban while Crvena zvezda’s legal team is working on the matter.


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