Inter Milan forward Ivan Perisic, despite playing for one of the most exciting young teams ever witnessed in German football, most times ended up at the peripheral side of activities.
His 42 match appearances in the two year stint he spent under the tutelage of current Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp – amidst stars like IkayGundogan, NuriSahin and Shinji Kagawa – was mostly doctored by substitute appearances
The Borussen won one Bundesliga and a DFB Pokal and all along the aforementioned stars were more involved than the Croatia international.
This was a player who was crowned the Belgian League’s player of the season in 2011 and managed to bag in 31 goals throughout his stay. Dortmund was supposed to be a higher platform on which he could showcase his value most importantly since the then coach took a special likeningto youths over experience. Unfortunately for him, he couldn’t get much of the action. Read more “PERISIC’S PRIME DESERVE TO BE SPENT AWAY FROM INTER”
Croatia is positioned at the top of Group H in the group stages of the 2016 Euro’s as they remain undefeated after having claimed triumphs over Malta, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan and forced a draw when facing off with Italy.
It’s no doubt whatsoever that it has been a fairly impressive campaign for the Croatian team but not everything has been perfect for the team which is being led by NikoKovac as they have encountered a number of setbacks along the way.
One of the main problems that the Croatian side has faced was concerning the recent injury that Luca Modric sustained as the midfielder picked up a thigh injury during the 2016 Euro’s qualifiers when playing against Italy on November 16 of 2014.
This thigh injury has forced the Real Madrid midfielder on being unable to play for 3 months and according to the manager of the Croatian national football team, NikoKovac said that this injury was caused by the big amount of matches that Modric has been recently. Read more “Croatia undefeated in Euro 2016 Cup”