Glad to have you back here - I was worried about you a bit.. when stuff like this happens it's always hard to overcome it. I guess, you've chosen the best way - just concentrate on your exams.. And you still have your footie, right? the best goalie ever!!! I really think that if you were in England's national team, Germany would never make it 6-2 in the final, he he.. ))
yeah, meeting "in flesh" would be great! I was granted Australian visa yesterday, so, maybe we'll see each other in Wollongong one day! Now you have 2 reasons to travel there, he he... lol
about my sword - I swing it sometimes Kill-Bill-style! don't laugh! ))
writing in Serbian/Russian? would be great, but we've got our terrible cyrillic letters! Can you read them? or should I use translit? %)) ok, let's try... so "Pozdrav" means "hi", right? we say "привет" which it "privet" %)) he he he... that's just crazy...
4th that is so cool. so how did the other games go?? hope u won. well i work in the mornin from 6 to 12 or so and well my team doesnt practice because most of the player have kids and well they cant durin the week so we just meet for game time saturday and sundays.. its the same team but two different leagues and well since we dont travel to other places its easier.. i would love to join a travel team but that would be hard. altough u get to go to nice places but idk maybe later.
Oh, god.. so sorry about your friend.. it always seem so.. I don't know... unfair when somebody so young dies.. My father's school friend has been dreaming about moving to New Zealand all her life and finally made it.. The next day she died in a car accident.. Can you even imagine it? moving so far away just to end your life like this.. After that it's really hard to make me shoked.. :/ Nevetheless, we have to move forward, 'cos life's going on...
having so many foreign friends is sooo goood! )) it's like experiencing other cultures and lifestyles without leaving your cosy little flat, he he... But don't think of me as a lazy person spending the whole life on a sofa! xD
No, I think kalashnikov won't help.. I need something bigger and more fearsome.. hmmm.. I was also thinking about using a machete! %)) Oh, and I have a japanese sword at home! lol
hey, where's my huge bottle of vodka which I was saving for the rainy day!? probably, my grandmother has finished it already.. lol... ))) BTW, I don't like alcohol... a can of beer is my personal limit %))
šljivovica , huh? In Russian it's the same %)) made of plums, right? God, I can fluently speak Serbian, he he! )))
hey, congrats on winning! )) 4th, huh? Not bad! ))
Time zones are always a problem... My friend moved to Canberra a month ago and we call each other using Skype.. Time difference is 7 hours, so it's quite ok... I think the difference between Serbia and Wollongong must be about 9 hours, right?... You can call each other in the morning! lol
Oh, come on! The beauty of Moscow? Well, maybe the Red square worths to see... But only in summer! he he... as for the tourism here... I think the most popular places to visit are the mausoleum (but it's been closed for several years) and Moscow metro. It's really beautiful but always extremely overcrowded... You have to fight your way through the crowd of gloomy, agressive employees going to work %))
Besides, one japanese guy I was working with asked me to show him all the local pharmacies - he was doing some kind of a reasearch, I suppose.... %)) It was a really long day for me.. but well-paid! lol
BTW, there is only one soccer field in my neighborhood, where we usually play.. Yesterday while I was just passing by I saw the most terrifying thing in my life: 5 dozers were slowly destroying it... ((((( Now I'm gonna buy a big gun and fight my field back! At least, we, russians, are barbarians, aren't we? lol... communists, snow, vodka and bears...
oh cool, so guess wat im playin in two leagues the first one we've played 3 games and ramin undefeated and the 2nd we start playin today. game its a 530. cant wait im playin in this indoor arena i've never played before and im kinda ecxited.... so u still playin keeper??
Well, it's gonna be Wollongong (it's near Sydney) at first... but I'd really like to move to Perth after the graduation... And I've never travelled anywhere before.. I'm a looser! ))))
he he, Russia seems to be deeply in crisis too, but it doesn't refer to our soccer teams.. lol... they get a lot of money from guys like Roman Abromovich... ;))) I don't like this because teams lack motivation.. Sooner or later players realize that it's much better to sit at the bench and gain money than to run and gain money.. BTW many players who had played in Russia and then moved, for example, to England, say that their salary was much higher in Russia!.. It's a big business, not a game anymore and I don't think it's not gonna change in the nearest future..
me as a goalie? oh, no! I'm too terrier for that, I just can't stay still when others are running! )) and I don't really like mud ;))) and snow!!! I really hate snow and cold winters!!! I remember me at my uni, having no central heating due to some melfunctions with -35 degrees outside... I bought a bottle of mineral water and there was only a piece of ice inside! %))) so, the seller said (as an excuse, I suppose) "maybe you can melt it somehow?" lol that's why I'm trying to move to Australia... applied for my student visa last week, he he... ))
Yes, Crvena Zvezda FC is really popular, I'm sure of it! Maybe not among the youngsters, but older generations (like my father and me, lol) remember it's great perfomances.. and we watch the games quite often too! Oh, and we call it "Krasnaya Zvezda", lol! )))
thats got to suck to play in cold weather but it is true that in the mud is way better, cause of the slidetackle who doesnt like a good slidetackle.. do u play once a week or more cause i only play every saturday and its not as cool.
Huh??? 165 cm??? Damn, I'm 164 and I feel like I'm an evil dwarf! Always have to jump when I need somthing from the highest shelf,lol... I thought, a goalie should be at least 180 cm! Hmm, I should reconsider my point of view...
well, I'm not THAT agressive.. My agression is constructive, not destructive if you know what I mean...So, no sent offs, broken legs, killed players or something like that for now... ;)
I like you positive attitude towards mud, he he.. I'll try to think this way when Moscow will be flooded in Spring.. It gets REALLY dirty here and after 5 minutes of walking everyone looks like they spent a night under the bench in the nearest park...
BTW, I like the fact that Serbian, Ukranian, Polish, etc are similar to Russian... Well, of course it takes some time to get used to the sound of a languadge and finally begin to understand it, but it's really great... When Manchester United played in Moscow three weeks ago Nemanja Vidic seemed to have a lot fun talking to russian fans, he he.. And as I know he also played for Spartak Moscow FC... Actually, there are a lot of Seriban players like Krasic and Olic here.. Oh, and I think it's really hard to find a football fan in Russia who haven't heard about Crvena zvezda FC! )))
Yeah, japanese is hard.. but I think russian is the most terrible languadge to learn - we have more exceptions than rules.. ))) so, when I'm asked to teach russian to foreigners I always refuse.. cowardly!! ))
I like being a winger, 'cos I'm quite agressive and like to have an opportunity to attack.. well, to be honest, I'm REALLY agressive (you can ask dozen of guys, who I fought with and won, he he... I always had a black eye when I was at school), but I think the thing I do the best is assisiting other players, you know.. I'm definetely a team player... ))
What do you like the most in being a goal-keeper? I could never be one, I suppose.. 'Cos I am really short, he he... ;)