Sunday, February 26, 2012

Edin Džeko known as a Bosnian footballer

Edin Dzenko (in Bosnia [ɛdin dʒɛkɔ]) is a Bosnian player who was born on March 17, 1986 as a striker for Premier League club Manchester City is also a national team of Bosnia. Dzenko become the best player of Bosnia in 2009 and 2010 and in Bosnia-Herzegovina he was known as Bosanski, Diamond Bosnian meaning. Dzenko be one of Bosnia's first ambassador for UNICEF in November, 2009 who had made visits to several schools in poor areas of Bosnia-Herzegovina and help children who have traumatic experiences associated with the war in Bosnia and in other situations. Dzenko born in Sarajevo, SFR Yugoslavia in Bosnia families and children of a father named Midhat and his mother also he had a sister named Belma merima. He was from the beginning has been supported by his family to play football, even his father, who took the training in Zeljeznicar. Dzenko father is also a professional player Bosnia-Herzegovina. Dzenko master multiple languages ​​including Bosnian, Czech, German and English. AC Milan is a club favorite and Andriy Shevcenko Dzenko is his favorite player, even he still had the AC Milan shirt worn Scheva numbered 7. Dzenko is the first cousin of the Bosnian national team player named Emir Spahic. Their work began playing football in the year 1996-2003 with Zeljeznicar junior and senior club progress to the years 2003-2005. Then he joined the club Teplice in 2005-2007, but became an loan to the club Usti nad Labem. After the contract expires, Dzenko join one German club VfL Wolfsburg named in 2007-2011. After scoring a total of 66 goals in 111 appearances, he played for one of the English club Manchester City in 2011. Dzenko career with the national team of Bosnia-Herzegovina began when he played for the U-19 in 2003-2004. Later in the year 2006-2007, Dzenko play with the national team for U-21 and defended the senior team in 2007. [read more}