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New midfielder for Montreal

New midfielder for Montreal

FC Montreal announced on Friday that it has acquired 20-year-old midfielder Matko Miljevic, who has signed a three-and-a-half-year contract with an optional year.

Miljevic was born to Argentine parents of Croatian descent, but has both Argentine and American citizenship since his birth in Miami. So he will not be considered a foreign player.

“At the moment, we don’t know when it will be available because there are procedures around COVID and paperwork,” Wilfried told Nancy on Friday. I hope to have it after the next international break.”

“He’s an interesting player who is good at destabilizing and making others play.”

Miljevic spent most of his career with Argentinos Juniors, with the exception of a short stint at Boca Juniors. Internationally, he has worn the colors of the United States in the U16 and U20, as well as Argentina in the U18 and U20.

good conversation

Björn Johnson was expected to score and he certainly expected it. That is why his meager two-goal harvest since the start of the season is disappointing, especially since these two successes are a double result in the same match.

Nancy has been having a good conversation with her skinny striker lately, only to reframe things a bit.

“It was a good conversation,” Nancy said. He feels good in the team, he has a very good mentality.”

“After that, he has to adapt to certain things that I want for the team. At the same time, it was a very constructive conversation that would allow him to move forward.”


Due to injuries and exhaustion, Nancy does not rule out the possibility of trying the attack. In particular, he can create only midfielders.

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“I’ve already tried in a game for the last 20 minutes. I already told Georgie about it [Mihailovic]Nancy said, adding that she wasn’t at the end of her rope.

“We have to say that we still have strikers with Al-Senussi [Ibrahim] and Bjorn. I’m not worried about how we’re going to play against Philadelphia. […] What worries me most is the recovery of freshness because with the wounded we could not turn.”