Tipp U21s will learn from ‘tough experience’ of losing

first_imgThat’s according to manager Tommy Toomey, whose side went down by a solitary point to the Kingdom at Austin Stack Park, Tralee.Tipp, who were defending provincial champions, led for much of the game but couldn’t get the better of a Kerry side that finished with 14 men.Tommy thinks that the Premier County have a lot going for them despite giving up on their title.last_img

Hajrović: Passing from Galatasaray to Werder is a Step Back, but I just Want to Play

first_imgBosnian footballer and a new player for the German Bundesliga club Werder, Izet Hajrović said that the dispute with ex-club Galatasaray is over and that FIFA’s permission to play for the Bundesliga is a big relief to him.In an interview he gave for the German Bild, Hajrović reminded that he left Turkish Galatasaray because he didn’t get the arranged money and that now he has absolutely no problems with playing for Werder.“My transfer from Galatasaray to Werder was like a step backwards. But I don’t even think about it no more. I just want to play and show as much as I can.” – said the young midfielder Hajrović.He also said that Galatasaray sent one part of the money and that the case is closed for him and that he doesn’t want to go to court about it.Within the preparations for the next season, Werder will play today against Chelsea from London where Didier Drogba plays. Drogba used to play with Hajrović in Galatasaray and Hajrović said he is a great player and a great man with who he had a good time in Istanbul.“We were together in Istabul. He is a great man on the field and outside of it too. After the match I am going to ask him to give me his shirt, and if he does not, there will be some serious problems! I have learned from him how to be stable.” – said Hajrović.Last season, Hajrović came to Galatasaray from the Suisse club Grasshoppers, for 3.5 million Euros. After the club did not pay him, he left it and passed to Werder.(Source: Klix)last_img read more