Congrats Croatia! Congrats Danijel & Ivica! I love both of you so much..I hope Croatia will go through to the next stage.Good luck Croatia! :))
If only Ivi was not injured,he would have scored for them
This post is dedicated to 2 very special people in my heart. Just when I thought this month could never gets any worst, my 2 favorite Bayern players have to leave me with a broken heart all by myself. Tomorrow will be the last day for both my Croatian warriors Danijel Pranjic & Ivica Olic to be Bavarians. I don’t know what have I done to deserve this. I really wanted to see them lifting the UCL trophy for the very last time before they are gone but it never came true. I just don’t understand, why it has to be now, why do they have to add more pain in my life, why from all of the season it has to be this horrifying, this awful season ever, why? I just wish all of these are only nightmares. I just wish I never liked them but I did, I respect them, I love them with all my heart and soul since they started their careers with FC Bayern. Ivi & Dani.. No matter what happens, I will always love you. You guys will always have a special place in my heart. I wish you could stay for another year with FC Bayern but if you think this is the right thing to do, then I respect your decisions. I wish you all the very best in your career. Good luck out there Ivi & Dani. If you ever need, I will be here. Forever and always. Oh God, I’m crying again..
Bayern Munich’s players in training
Bayern Munich striker Ivica Olic has confirmed that he is contemplating a move to Wolfsburg in search of regular first team football and that a decision on his future will be taken later this month.
The Croatian, who has been strongly linked with a departure from the Allianz Arena in the summer after growing unhappy with his peripheral role at the club, admitted he was “surprised” to be in the starting lineup for Tuesday night’s Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Marseille.
“Wolfsburg is a club that has definitely signaled real interest,” Olic told Goal.com after netting both goals in Bayern’s 2-0 victory over the French side.
“For me, this is a serious option. This is a club where I could play more. I’ve always said that I wanted to play more.”
However, the 32-year-old, whose contract with the Bavarian giants expires in the summer, was keen to stress there is no agreement in place yet, but that he expects a decision before the end of April.
“We will only talk with each other when it has been established that I can leave in the summer”, he explained.
“I hope we can reach a decision later this month.”
Olic also appears to have moved on from his previous interest in Major League Soccer. With Wolfburg likely to guarantee a starting spot, Olic wants to remain in a top European league.
“I do not think I’m going to the United States,” he said. “I still feel very good and there is still time. I see myself in a top league.”
.:: Interview with Ivica Olic after the match against Marseille ::.
Ivica : I think the French did well until the first goal. They had one or two chances but after the first goal the morale was quite low because they knew it will be very difficult for them that they needed 3 or 4 goals to go through. I think my team gave a great performance tonight and we played very well throughout the game.
I think there are no favorite anymore. Real are a great team but they know we are a great team as as well. It will be a very difficult game. I hope and I think that we have the chance to fulfill our dreams and play the final here at the Allianz Arena. We have two more games, it will go quite quickly. I’m expecting a very tough game, a tough semifinal.