Iliev joins Polish side on loan

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Having just been recalled from his season long loan spell at Slovakian side SKF Sered, Dejan Iliev has gone out on loan again.

This time the 24 year old has joined Polish side Jagiellonia Bialystok – a team which sounds like a former Everton defender has put on a hippy music festival.

They’re currently 9th in the Ekstraklasa, and the 24 year old will be hoping to add to the 18 appearances he made in the Fortuna Liga.

Best of luck to him there.

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Hantal
Hantal
2 months ago

Any explanation why the change was made? If he was playing seems odd

bendtnerschristmastree
bendtnerschristmastree
2 months ago
Reply to  Hantal

the ekstraklasa is a bit better? I think

Sebastian
Sebastian
2 months ago

A tiny bit 😉

President Eckener
President Eckener
2 months ago

It’s certainly better than the normalnaklasa.

Bartek S.
Bartek S.
2 months ago
Reply to  Hantal

Jagiellonia is a good club, usually aiming for the top in our league. Sered had poor defence, thus Dejan could not show his best there.

Based on what I’ve seen in Jagiellonia’s performances in 2019 (Ekstraklasa has got a lengthy winter break currently) Illiev should be able to show what he’s made of.

DaDude
DaDude
2 months ago
Reply to  Bartek S.

I hope they also need him, is their first choice keeper injured? Cause with 18 games for the Slovakians, it seems he was pretty much their regular starting keeper. Good luck there, I hope he gets a lot of starts.

Nate from NH
Nate from NH
2 months ago

they have recent history developing mid to top tier keeper talent. Bartlomiej Dragowski I believe.

gooner
gooner
2 months ago
Reply to  Nate from NH

Szcztop Wlying too

La Défense
La Défense
2 months ago

Looks like he ain’t that good. Almost 25 years old and the best he can manage is to shuffle between average teams in the Slovakian and Polish leagues. Disappointing, as many had high hopes for him when he joined as a promising 17 year-old in 2012. Good luck to him, hope he can go on to have a decent professional career outside of the big 5 European leagues

Djgooner
Djgooner
2 months ago

Hopefully he can go and polish his skills…

I’ll see myself out

Sebastian
Sebastian
2 months ago

Wow.
My home country attracting Arsenal players 😉
First Eduardo da Silva couple of years ago to Legia Warszawa (Club where Fabiański and Szczesny grew up) and now Jagiellonia. Don’t know if that’s the right direction.

Mariusz
Mariusz
2 months ago
Reply to  Sebastian

Polish direction can’t be right for any Arsenal player 😉

Arsemusic
Arsemusic
2 months ago

Don’t know much about him but still i wish him good luck.

Teryima Adi
Teryima Adi
2 months ago

The Strange Case of Mr. Iliev??