Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Stefan Savić, the professional football player

Stefan Savic (Serbia pronunciation [stɛfa sâʋitɕ ː n]) (Cyrillic: Стефан Савић) was born on January 8, 1991 at Mojkovac, SFR Yugoslavia was a football player who played in the Manchester City club and national team as a center back Montonegro. Savic started his professional career with BSK Borca football in 2008-2009 and he was in the 10-day trial period with the club Arsenal in early 2010. Savic actually want to join Arsenal, but never realized. On August 29, 2010, announced that Savic had signed for Partizan club for four years. Savic signed a four-year contract with Manchester City in the amount of six million pounds on July 6, 2011 and originally started his debut against Swansea City on August 15, 2011 as a substitute. On October 1, 2011, Savic scored his first goal even though he played as a substitute against Blackburn. Savic had four match ban Vincent Kompany (11 January to 25 January 2011) and his position is replaced by another player. He returned to the team's first game on March 11, 2011 against Swansea, but many Manchester City fans who are frustrated because of lack of clear improvement in the appearance and position play Manchester City slumped in the ratings of two Premier League. With the national team, Savic has represented for U-17 Montenegro in 2007, U-19 in the year 2008-2010 and the U-21 in 2009. He has represented the national team at senior level in a friendly against Northern Ireland on August 11, 2010. [read more]