Re: robert mirosavic 2nd trial
Robert Miroslav Savic has been in the North-East of England and the sample trained with Sunderland.
Interview with Robert Miroslav Savic
One of the biggest talents have been and sample training with Sunderland in a week, we therefore chose to take the pulse of him and ask some questions about his adventures.
Schedule for Sunderland
16-year-old Robert has been able to follow the SVT's series "Blue and Yellow dreams" is considered by many to be a very big talent in Swedish football. Captain as he is for the Swedish U16 national team have obviously done that several foreign clubs have opened Ųgonon for him, one of which is Sunderland where he has recently been over and visited and trained with the test. After having been in contact with his coach in Helsingborg Jonas Ohlander we got through an email interview with Robert set out below:
Hi Robert, Jimmy, from the Swedish fans here. When you have been over in Sunderland and test training, we are naturally sparkling interest in seeing how you look at the time who were there. Here are some questions:
We begin with some personal facts:
We begin with some personal facts:
Name: Robert Miroslav Savic
Age: 16 years
Club: Helsingborg IF
Best foot: Left Foot
Favorite Position: Offensive midfielder / trailing forward. (Number 10 role)
Turning to the questions and we begin with some personal questions about yourself as a footballer and your thoughts about football in general.
Can you first tell us a little about your background as a footballer.
I started playing football when I was 4 years in High's BK. Went over to Helsingborg IF when I was 14 years. Playing in the Swedish national team and is also captain.
How would you describe yourself as a footballer?
Conductor type, technical, two - footed, scorer, makes a lot of assists. In other words, a skilled offensive player.
What do you feel about yourself that you need to improve as a footballer?
Do everything faster, take it to a new level to improve and develop as players.
Are you ready to provide security in Sweden and begin your professional adventure? Or would you rather invest in establishing yourself in the Premier League before trying their luck abroad?
There is nothing I think. I take it as it comes and you never know what the future holds.
How many other teams have you been to test trained with? Or how many teams are there who have invited you to sample workout?
I've been to Arsenal two times and was invited three time but HIF stopped me at the time.
Which league would you rather end up in?
One of the biggest leagues in the world. But any time in the Spanish league, La Liga!
Which team in Europe are you closest to my heart?
My favorite team is FC Barcelona. But I like all the top clubs in Europe.
Turning to questions about your adventures in Sunderland.
What happened when you got the invitation to come over and train with the team?
Sunderland contacted my agent Per Jonsson and wanted to invite me up a week of practice games.
How long were you in Sunderland?
I was there for a week.
Which age group trained with you?
I trained with their U-18 and the reserves / B team.
I myself have been on a tour of the Academy of Light and thought it was an impressive Fitness Centre, what did you think of it?
They say it is one of the best and finest training facilities in England. I can certainly agree with. It was very nice and luxurious and a great environment to play football in.
What the coaching staff did you meet? What was your impression of them?
I got to meet U-18 and B-team coaches. They are very knowledgeable and well and knows what the club's philosophy stands for and running hard by it.
What was your reaction from Sunderland when you have finished your training period? Will they continue to follow you? Are they even really interested in picking on you now?
They said they were very happy with my week and that they would talk more my agent.
Did you meet with Sebastian Larsson? If YES, he had something to share for Sunderland as a club and city?
I met Sebastian Larsson two times and he is happy with the club and said it is a club for the future.
What did you think of the time in Sunderland, it was useful to you? Did you learn something new that you have not thought of before?
It is an experience to try and I got a good impression of the club.
We conclude with five speed:
Artificial turf or natural grass?
An attractive assistant or a shot in the cross?
Messi or Cristiano?
English or Spanish league?
Standing or seated?
We at Sunderland editors thank you for taking the time to answer these questions. We wish you also good luck in the future with your career. It will be very interesting to follow you.
We also got a comment from Robert's coach about how he sees him as a footballer:
Robert is a very exciting offensive player. He has a good clearance technique, great technology and touch on the ball, a very good left foot and is also bipeds, which is unusual for left-footed player.
He does of course continue to work to take the next step and when it is above all a game, view and play without the ball in order to become more involved in the game, allowing them to use their strengths even more.
/ Jonas Ohlander
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