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Serbia U18 League starts this weekend

October 30th, 2010 · 7 Comments

The Serbian U18 League, which is probably one of the most talented National Youth Leagues in Europe starts this weekend. 12 teams will compete for the National title in a regular season that qualifies 8 squads for the Final Tournament. Serbian Twitterer Miodrag Rakic published his players to follow and he allowed us to talk about them on this website as well. So who will be the successor of 2009/2010 champion Novi Sad and MVP Bogdan Bogdanovic?Here is the list of the 12 teams including the names of the players to follow according to Miodrag.

Mega Vizura Zemun

  • Andrija Bojic – 2m06 – F – 1993
  • Vasilije Micic – 1m92 – G – 1994 – Video
  • Nikola Vujovic – 2m09 – C – 1993
  • Pavle Reljic  – 1m94 – G – 1993
  • Dejan Sakotic – 1m94 – F – 1993
  • Luka Markovic
  • Miodrag Brkic – 2m10 – C – 1994

FMP Belgrade

  • Nenad Miljenovic – 1m95 – G – 1993 – Video
  • Nemanja Bezbradica – 2m05 – C/PF – 1993 – Video
  • Nikola Jankovic – 2m03 – PF/C – 1994
  • Nikola Pavlovic – 1m95 – G – 1993
  • Stefan Popovski – 2m01 – SF – 1993
  • Stefan Zorbas – 1m91 – SG – 1994
  • Dragan Savic – 2m02 – PF – 1993

Knjazevac

  • Jank Pejcic – 1m91 – G – 1993

Mladost Cacak

  • Sasa Avramovic – 1m94 – G – 1993
  • Milos Jankovic – 2m00 – PF – 1994
  • Luka Dmitrovic – 1994
  • Sreten Knezevic – 1m98 – F – 1994
  • Nikola Kosanovic – 2m07 – C – 1993 – Video (#15 white)

Beovuk Belgrade

  • Nikola Socanac – 1m86 – G – 1993
  • Bogdan Drobnjak – 1993

Radnicki 06 Kragujevac

  • Nemanja Miskovic – 2m05 – C – 1993
  • Strahinja Gavrilovic – 2m00 – PF – 1993

Partizan Belgrade

  • Nikola Radicevic – 1m95 – G – 1994 – Video
  • Mladen Djordjevic – 1m87 – G – 1994
  • Vukasin Vujovic – 2m04 – PF – 1993
  • Nikola Majic – 1m98 – F – 1994
  • Nikola Zejak – 2m05 – C –1994
  • Aleksandar Djordjevic – 1993

Novi Sad

  • Ljubomir Campara – 2m03 – PF – 1993
  • Igor Vujcic – 1m80 – G – 1993
  • Danilo Zekovic – 1993

Hemofarm Vrsac

  • Luka Mitrovic – 2m04 – PF – 1993
  • Djordje Milosevic – 1m98 – G – 1993
  • Nemanja Dangubic – 1m96 – G – 1993
  • Nikola Milutinovic – 2m06 – C – 1994
  • Luka Nikolic – 2m05 – F – 1994

Crvena Zvezda Belgrade

  • Ivan Marinkovic – 2m07 – SF – 1993 – Video
  • Aleksandar Cvetkovic – 1m85 – PG – 1993 – Video
  • Nikola Cvorovic – 1m98 – F – 1994
  • Marko Radonjic – 1m91 – G – 1994

Morava Vladicin Han

  • No player mentioned

Borac Cacak

  • No player mentioned

From the teams that did not qualify for the Serbian U18 League, Miodrag mentioned also the following players.

Proleter Zrenjanin

  • Marko Tomic – 2m07 – PF – 1993
  • Djordje Bozovic – 1m88 – G – 1994

Napredak

  • Aleksa Salovic – 1m87 – SG – 1993
  • Dimitrije Raicevic – 1m87 – PG – 1993

You can follow the Serbian U18 League on the official Website.

7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Miodrag Rakic // Oct 31, 2010 at 1:27 pm

    Some facts :

    _ FMP owner Nebojsa Covic shows no mercy to players who refuses to sign long term contract and as Nenad Miljenovic didn’t do it, he will only play junior league. Nenad seems to have stabilized his shoot and he is, for me, the main favourite for the MVP award.

    _ In my opinion, Hemofarm has the best coach, Zarko Vucurovic. In the past, when he was working for Atlas Belgrade, he made an amazing job with players like Nikola Pekovic, Stefan Markovic.

    _ Best serbian U16 player Dusan Ristic (PF/C 205 ’95) will also have a great role in FMP U18 squad.

    _ Ivan Marinkovic is already playing for Crvena Zvezda first team.

    _ Andrija Bojic made some great games during the offseason.

    _ At the end of the season, there will be a friendly game between serbian junior league all-star team and a selection of the best Bosnian Serbs juniors.

  • 2 Miodrag Rakic // Oct 31, 2010 at 1:58 pm

    I forgot to mention forward Pavle Saponjic (199, ’94, Sloga Kraljevo) in the list of prospects who won’t take part to junior league.

  • 3 pep // Nov 1, 2010 at 7:40 pm

    wow, I´ve watched the video (good quality video by the way)on Nikola Kosanovic and one thing he is not is the usual “skinny” euro player.
    It looks like Mladost always has good young teams, but their players seem to end up playing for Borac, don´t they?

  • 4 Miodrag Rakic // Nov 5, 2010 at 6:42 pm

    No more. Although playing in 2nd division, Mladost is a ahead of Borac. Mladost has more money and is working better with youngs. Borac due to financial problems is now unable to keep its talents such as Radicevic (’94) who left Borac two years ago to join Partizan.

  • 5 pep // Nov 5, 2010 at 10:28 pm

    but as you say in your twitter they (Mladost) haven´t managed to keep Kosanovic and he´s signed for Knjaževac, too bad…

  • 6 Djuro // Nov 8, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    Nenad Miljenovic will have very limited minutes due to not signing contract. So, Luka Mitrovic or Andrija Bojic will fight for MVP award.

  • 7 Miodrag Rakic // Nov 10, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    Nikola Zejak who signed a contract last year with Partizan but remained on loan in Zemun, will finally not come to Partizan. It seems that Partizan coaches arn’t satisfied with his progess.

    MVP award means nothing, in the current case, everybody knows that Miljenovic is the best talent in the league. I even consider him as the 3rd best serbian PG actually, after Teodosic & Markovic (Nedovic is better offensively than Miljenovic, but he don’t have such a feeling for the game).

    So far Mitrovic & Bojic are the favorites for the award, but don’t forget Ivan Marinkovic. Crvena Zvezda is adding a new US player on his roster, so Marinkovic will now be available full time for the junior team.

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