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Haris Vuckic Talks About His Time At Rangers


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Haris Vučkić to Nogomanio spoke about the exceptional experience in the Scottish giant Rangers and revealed a number of attractions that have accompanied his already seven episode on the island.


As you like to say - he went as a boy, he was soon back as a man . Haris Vučkić is native Domžale to leave at the age of 16 years when his peaceful life of adolescents 'washed away' exceptional football talent, for which, as he says himself, his father Phone brnel hundred per hour. Domžale has changed for Newcastle , quickly tasted the burden of top professionalism and found myself on the edge of the lesions dream of every footballer. Today, seven years later, Vučkić is no longer just a big child, but a man who knows what he wants and what its objectives are. In the meantime, he married (in a marital status is already two years - Author's note), physically strengthened, soccer mature and become more immune to all the drops, which are mainly in the form of continuous damage track in the early years of his career. He lives by the principle "what you are destroyed, you stronger" and now the exceptional episode in the cult Scottish Rangers with great optimism look to the future. Keep this in Newcastle , or anywhere else. Episode Glasgow gave him the confidence and knowledge to be able to realize the potential, accompanied by virtually all since the Slovenian public in the winter indoor tournament All Stars first became aware of him. With him we talked in Domžale , which counts down days to return to Newcastle and are more optimistic than ever about to see future challenges. How was enjoying star status in the so beleaguered and big club such as Rangers? The most I was happy because I am still awaited opportunity. I never wanted anything like this to play several matches in a row and show what I can do. I'm sorry, because we have not finished in the top league, but otherwise it was a fantastic experience in Rangers. It's always nice when you play. Even in Newcastle it was nice, but when you do not play, you feel left out. Failing this, they quickly forget. Now I have regained confidence. Was it hard to say goodbye to the Rangers? I really was quite disappointed. Scots are great people and generally have me at the club very well received. I really loved the club. When you step into their room with all the laurels, this takes. Trophies, flags, history ... amazing, really. When my glass is still on the field, I really wanted to remain part of the story. He was present at the beginning of what stage fright? The first was that. A few times I needed, I got a real sense. "Match fitness" and trainings are quite another. Physically I was ready, but the game play is quite another. With the naked self-confidence has grown, even more glad I was, because I have so much to reach Ibroxu.





What are the chances to resume a career in Rangers?

We'll see. In Newcastle I have a one year contract. If you want to sell, now it is the last option, because over half a year already can talk to other clubs. There is much talk, but about what my future will bring, I know as much as you. In Rangers I proved it with no fans (proudly shows a video in which fans shouted his name - Author's note) and I have to admit that this team feel a little more. How do you take note coach Srecko Katanec to play in other Scottish league does not represent a satisfactory level for calling the selected type? Everyone has their own opinion and I respect that. I think it is not so bad. As powerful as it was this year, probably has never been. In any case, I maintain respect. I will fight the best and I hope that I will be back. I must also be realistic and understand that other Scottish league is not as strong as he would have wanted. I had to take a step back so I can go two ahead. In Newcastle I lost my confidence because I was there stabled. Now I have only managed to show what I'm capable of. It is what the Slovenian national team player, to which cultivate a very special respect? I must say that I was very well caught by Bojan Jokic and Valter Birso. Especially with Joko - when I received a call-up Matjaz Kek, I had to be baptized to sing a song. Jokic helped me sing "my brother" and for this I am still grateful to him! (Laughs). It was fun and this event I really stayed in a beautiful memory. Otherwise he gave me some valuable tips Jokic. Abroad have already almost seven years and during that time you had a few more chances in the first team. How have you experienced this year, when your career is not able to develop in the desired direction? I had a really high pitch with injuries. I debuted 17 years ago, but then quickly followed by injury. He is the new coach (Alan Pardew - Author's note), I reached bare in preparation for the US, but he then broke his arm. I slowly "crawling" up to the first team, and then I shook the pitch and all, I began again. I'm not just frustrating, but certainly I was not able to. I always wanted to just to get a little more concrete opportunity to do can show what I can do.



Have you told the coaches, why not get a chance?

I have to say that any coach did not blame anything and I'm still all in good relations. Most were indirect damage. After returning present a certain fear, but the problem was partly in the fact that I've been in 17 years and trained with the first team. I was like a young lion and fought with players like Fabricio Coloccini example. It is clear that extra running, but so is the probability that something will burst, is even greater. Now, thankfully, these errors do not do more. I'm healthy, I train with dr. Mitja Bračiču and keep fit and can not wait to start preparations. Live in Newcastle, the capital of "Geordijev", which are known for their entertaining lifestyle. I'm not a man for "nightlife", well I do not drink alcohol. By Geordieji but you know ... broadcast Geordie Shore says it all. (Laughs). Sam, I received because I'm married. Newcastle is the place where you go urate all, but I must admit that I am not moved by these things very much. From an early age I decided that I would a professional footballer and I submit to this life. It could also be responsible. Not fine if the paparazzi caught drunk football with hamburger in hand. Finally, we need to be a role model for young people. Do you think that could play in the Premier League? Absolutely! I just lacked the confidence and continuity. I hope the new coach (Steve McClarnu - Author's note) got a chance. I have not even talked to him, but I read that in it all starting from scratch. If I get a chance in Newcastle, great, otherwise I onwards. If you do not play, you quickly forgotten. I 'fajter' soul, but in any case I am not confrontational man and so certainly I'm not looking for conflict with the coach. You have the Premier League any idols? I am very honor Steven Gerrad. I started the match on Anfieldu and stood at the famous tunnel. You stand in a column next to you and Gerrard. My legs were shaking began. You know, I was just inexperienced. He was a true actor with a capital letter. Such would also like to me. It was not the fastest, but he was so intelligent in the game, it is always able to select the right move. What kind of impression are you leaving from celebrities experienced first team Newcastle? On the whole, they were all correct to me. Coloccini me as captain always wondered if I was healthy, if I'm okay and so on. I respect him very much, as I Jonas Gutierrez or Jose Enrique. Many were hung out already because we were just strangers. I also like the example of Paul Dummetta, who once played with me in the academy. He went on loan to St. Mirrnu to Scotland, there established itself and is now a standard member of Newcastle. I would also like to follow this path and awaited his chance.




For some time he was your coach the legendary Alan Shearer.

Unbelievable how respected he is. I have an interesting story that concerns: once played with us in training and I found myself in duelu. Star I was 17 or 18 years, but I still 'carried away' with both feet. Immediately afterwards I was horrified, saying 'oh, what have I done', but I was immediately reassured Shearer and praised me for this move. All the time I was talking to the football key self-confidence. Many like to emphasize that your family had a great finish to how it evolved your life and your career. It really is. My father went with me to Newcastle and I was immensely helpful. All of us with his brother stood by us and promote the sport. After the service we went to the playground and play everything possible, from basketball, football, volleyball ... Father played basketball in Bosnia and is therefore hoping that we'll go well with his brother along these routes, but I'm past all the time to go into ground and kicking it (laughs). Both parents have a lot of the credit for everything that happened to me in life. Allow me as a youth, though never lived in luxury. I have before my eyes the image that we are instilled by parents. On it are the villas and small kolibica, the two could cemetery. When you die, it does not matter whether you rich or distress. My parents taught me that, and I think this is very important. It was not always easy. As a child I had to listen to zmerljivke relating to my background. I remember that I came home and my father said 'I would like to Slovenian' because we all criticized that I am a Bosnian. No one dealt with why we all moved here, and that this was not an easy decision. You are much weighed between whether to play for Slovenia or Bosnia? I say that I am happy because I have two countries. I'm proud of both. It is this decision that you will in any case someone disappoint. I love coming back to Slovenia, I have a family in Bosnia. However, I was born here and Slovenian football Domžale and gave me everything. From where originates temperament, which is reflected in your game? I've always enjoyed football. Such am also in character. I was never shy. When they where, for example, in some elections, to share cookies, my friends did not dare take even one, and I wanted you two (laughs). Somehow I got it in you. When I get the ball, I know what I'll do with it. When I was in Slovenia, I have always provoked the 'tamale' to take my ball, as they will get ice cream. I do not have it be just to buy a lot (laughs). Is there any criticism that you especially its thorns? Neither does. We did not care when I listen to because of all the injuries I 'glass'. Otherwise, smile often such barbs of people who do not know me and they pity that they do not have anything better to do. But that's how it is, "hejterji" will always be here.

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As much as I like Haris and as much as he was our best attacking player last season I really have doubts about if he is a player MW would like here.

You are probably right but he is attack minded, young and has great development potential, though he lacks pace. It would be good to see how he performed with better players around him. I actually reckon he's better as a super-sub.

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but he is a player that has a good reputation and would likely have a decent sell on value.

It would not be unfeasible to accept at least what we pay in the form of a fee back if he didn't work out over the next say 2 seasons.

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Anyone think vuckic could be similar to what Wenger done with Henry n changed him from a wide man into a centre forward.

In no way am I compairing the two but vuckic has a presence , can hold the ball and if he had two wide men either side he def has the ability to link up play.

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Anyone think vuckic could be similar to what Wenger done with Henry n changed him from a wide man into a centre forward.

In no way am I compairing the two but vuckic has a presence , can hold the ball and if he had two wide men either side he def has the ability to link up play.

Not sure he has the pace and stamina to play as a centre forward.

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Here, the parts related to Rangers:

How it is to have a star status in such popular and big club as Rangers?

I was the most happy that I get my opportunity. I never wanted anything else – to play several matches in a row to show what I can do. I regret that we didn't get promoted, but otherwise my stay in Rangers was fantastic. It's always nice when you play. Even in Newcastle it was nice, but when you don't play, you feel left out. When you are not in (the squad), you are quickly forgotten. But now I've regained self-confidence.

Was it hard to say goodbye to the Rangers?

I really was quite disappointed. Scots are great people and I was very well received at the club. I fell in love with the club. When you step into their room where they keep the trophies, it overwhelms you. All the cups, flags, history ... amazing, really. When I started doing well also on the field, then I really wanted to remain part of this story.

Was there any stage fright (nervousness?) at the beginning?

At first, yes. I needed to play a few games to gain that right feeling. Match fitness or just practicing are different things. Physically I was ready, but playing the games is something completely different. With each scored goal my self-confidence started to grow, I was even more glad to score that many at Ibrox.

What are the chances to continue the career at Rangers?

We'll see. I have a one year contract with Newcastle. If they want to sell ne, now it is their last chance, because in six months I can freely talk to other clubs. There are a lot of rumours going around, but I know as much as you what the future will bring. I proved myself in Rangers, I really got on well with the fans (he proudly shows a video in which fans chant his name - Author's note) and I must admit I feel something more towards this club.

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He basically said that he loved his time at Ibrox and would have loved to stay and get us to the top tier.

He feels that he has unfinished business and if given a chance he would like to return because he didn't want to go back to Newcastle, but that's where he's contracted to.

Newcastle will have to make their mind up soon in the sense he doesn't want to be at a club where he's not playing. Being at Ibrox gave him a lot of confidence so he was sorry to leave and he doesn't know what will happen in the future.

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A man with that much raw talent could adapt to any managers philosophies. Yes he has his limitations but I'm sure our new coaching staff could enhance him. He's liked by most and loves it hear. Time to cough up and get him signed although Ashley could make it difficult.

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