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Tomi Juric


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  • Date Of Birth: 22/07/91
    Nation: Australia
    Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
    Squad Number: 9
    Position: Forward
    Joined Wanderers: 17/05/13
    Contract Details: 2 year initial contract.
    Contract Finish: 2014/15
    Previous Club: Adelaide United
    Wanderers Debut: 12th October 2013 vs Central Coast Mariners
    A-League Appearances: 34
    A-League Goals: 12
    ACL Appearances: 13
    ACL Goals: 5
    FFA Cup Appearances: 1
    FFA Cup Goals: 0
    Club World Cup Appearances: 2
    Club World Cup Goals: 0
    Total Appearances: 50
    Total Goals: 17
    Yearly Appearances & Goals: 2013/14: 25 (9), 2014/15: 25 (8)
    Individual Awards: Wanderers Golden Boot 2013/14, Asian Champions League Dream Team Substitute (2013/14).
    Team Honours: Asian Champions League Winner (2014), Asian Cup Winner (2015 for Australia).
    Highlight: Juric created the goal that was scored by James Troisi to win Australia the 2015 Asian Cup.
    Highlight: Juric made his Wanderers debut on the 12th of October in Round 1 of the 2013-14 A-League season. He came off the bench to replace Labinot Haliti in the forward role, and scored a wonderful volley to equalise for Western Sydney.
    Highlight: Scored the Wanderers goal in the first leg of the AFC Champions League final against Al Hilal on 26 October 2014, the only goal of the tie.
    Description: A young striker who returned from Croatian football and took up a short term deal with Adelaide United before moving to Western Sydney on a 2 year full time deal. His performances earned him a lucrative transfer to China only for the player to turn it down, his form dipped after Australia won the 2015 Asian Cup and he left the club who had put him back on the world football map.
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Im excited already, cant wait for the first trial game..

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How do you pronounce the J in Croatian?

there is no J in Croation its spelt C - R - O - A....... :ninja:
T - I - A - N not "Croation":Pthough what I was really asking (thanks smartass :P) is do we pronounce the J in English when we say his name or not?
We pronounce J's as Y's .. for example. In English it was Yugoslavia in Yugoslavian, it was Jugoslavia So the J is pronounced as a Y. So its Tomislav Yuric if you wanted to pronounce it in english
Thanks, that's what I thought but just making sure.
Just so we make sure that Balkanite also understands our language..Tomislav Yuric will score G O A L S .. (GOALS means more than 2 a season - hopefully)Couldn't help myself man :)
Just call him Dino.

 

Every striker from now on should be called Dino.

We just replace the striking position with a new name, it will be called 'Dino'.

 

Looking forward to seeing Juric play Dino for us this season

 

does that mean he will play like dino?

 

only score two goals all season and miss a lot of chances lol

 

 

It means you will show the man respect or my Eastern European Herritage comes out and ill ***** teach you a lesson *****!

Shouldn't that last bit be "Jebemte *****"?

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How do you pronounce the J in Croatian?

there is no J in Croation its spelt C - R - O - A....... :ninja:
T - I - A - N not "Croation":Pthough what I was really asking (thanks smartass :P) is do we pronounce the J in English when we say his name or not?
We pronounce J's as Y's .. for example. In English it was Yugoslavia in Yugoslavian, it was Jugoslavia So the J is pronounced as a Y. So its Tomislav Yuric if you wanted to pronounce it in english
Thanks, that's what I thought but just making sure.
Just so we make sure that Balkanite also understands our language..Tomislav Yuric will score G O A L S .. (GOALS means more than 2 a season - hopefully)Couldn't help myself man :)
Just call him Dino.

 

Every striker from now on should be called Dino.

We just replace the striking position with a new name, it will be called 'Dino'.

 

Looking forward to seeing Juric play Dino for us this season

 

does that mean he will play like dino?

 

only score two goals all season and miss a lot of chances lol

 

 

It means you will show the man respect or my Eastern European Herritage comes out and ill ***** teach you a lesson *****!

Shouldn't that last bit be "Jebemte *****"?

 

Brother, i was keeping it PG!

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How do you pronounce the J in Croatian?

there is no J in Croation its spelt C - R - O - A....... :ninja:
T - I - A - N not "Croation":Pthough what I was really asking (thanks smartass :P) is do we pronounce the J in English when we say his name or not?
We pronounce J's as Y's .. for example. In English it was Yugoslavia in Yugoslavian, it was Jugoslavia So the J is pronounced as a Y. So its Tomislav Yuric if you wanted to pronounce it in english
Thanks, that's what I thought but just making sure.
Just so we make sure that Balkanite also understands our language..Tomislav Yuric will score G O A L S .. (GOALS means more than 2 a season - hopefully)Couldn't help myself man :)
Just call him Dino.

 

Every striker from now on should be called Dino.

We just replace the striking position with a new name, it will be called 'Dino'.

 

Looking forward to seeing Juric play Dino for us this season

 

does that mean he will play like dino?

 

only score two goals all season and miss a lot of chances lol

 

 

It means you will show the man respect or my Eastern European Herritage comes out and ill ***** teach you a lesson *****!

Shouldn't that last bit be "Jebemte *****"?

 

But how do you pronounce the J?

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awesome signing for the club, really excited to see him in the red and black next season

i wonder how popa will play him, sole striker?

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Great signing,good to see another western sydney boy on board.

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Same bloke? also notice the striker in teh first clip

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Same bloke? also notice the striker in teh first clip

 

Yes that is the same guy, Tomislav Juric otherwise known as Tomi Juric ... He played with Dino Kresinger in Cibalia Croatia ... Legend!

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Scores within minutes of coming on for Australia, a great finish from the edge of the box with his left low to the keepers right.

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dino would be proud

Dino would be thinking "how the hell did he do that?"

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Great game and great goal for our latest asset...This will be a great year for Tomi and the Wanderers.

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Great Goal!

 

a blinder! Didnt have much to work with and nailed it. 

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dino would be proud

Sorry Balks but I have to show this...

Osieck said it was essential Juric played regularly this season at his new club Western Sydney now that much-maligned Croatian striker Dino Kiesinger had left the Wanderers.

"I hope in particular Juric will get enough playing time with the Wanderers. They had a centre-forward last season that should not block the path of a young promising Australian," he said.

 

Read more: http://www.foxsports.com.au/football/socceroos/socceroos-boss-holger-osieck-says-harry-kewell-still-on-world-cup-radar-lucas-neill-needs-club/story-e6frf4l3-1226686746830#ixzz2aE7fAor0

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Ironic of Holger to comment on players: "block[ing] the path of a young promising Australian"...

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Clearly holger follows the a-league.. pfft. He still thinks Thwaite is a footballer.

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dino would be proud

Sorry Balks but I have to show this...

Osieck said it was essential Juric played regularly this season at his new club Western Sydney now that much-maligned Croatian striker Dino Kiesinger had left the Wanderers.

"I hope in particular Juric will get enough playing time with the Wanderers. They had a centre-forward last season that should not block the path of a young promising Australian," he said.

Read more: http://www.foxsports.com.au/football/socceroos/socceroos-boss-holger-osieck-says-harry-kewell-still-on-world-cup-radar-lucas-neill-needs-club/story-e6frf4l3-1226686746830#ixzz2aE7fAor0

 

 

All good, constructive criticism is always welcomed, pitty it came from Holger, a man who would rather play old farts instead of young up and coming talent :P

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Whose path was Dino blocking last year btw? O.o

 

anyone remember Joey Gibbs?

 

 

Gibbs got more than enough chances though

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Whose path was Dino blocking last year btw? O.o

 

I think the way Holger meant it was that Dino isnt there now to block Jurics path. If he didnt meant it that way then I have no idea what he is on about.

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Whose path was Dino blocking last year btw? O.o

 

I think the way Holger meant it was that Dino isnt there now to block Jurics path. If he didnt meant it that way then I have no idea what he is on about.

 

 

Either way more fuel to my Hatred of Holger fire ...

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Dino's legacy - forever haunting the threads of those who replace him

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Dino's legacy - forever haunting the threads of those who replace him

 

i prefer to think of it as setting the bar for other threads. :D

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