Let s get together tonight in vaslui

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The paper published today a list with the top 3 foreign players in the past 5 years and is very interesting what happened with them, although they impressed over here. Sebastian Dubarbier, an Argentinian winger who was too quick for Liga I, but proved a bad piece of business for Lorient, who spent a lot of cash by there standards in January A series of loans followed, to Tenerife and Cordoba, and the left footed player finally got a shot at first division football in a top league, once he left Ligue 1 and moved to La Liga, with Almeria. Third placed Yssouf Kone had an even worse faith, struggling to move away from Romania and failing to get back to playing football, after his transfer to Valerenga. In , the versatile Pablo Brandan impressed under Dan Petrescu, helping Unirea Urziceni win the title , but not even 1 and a half years with Steaua convinced a European club to gamble on the former Alaves player, who moved to China. His career stalled, yet, for some reason, his former club tried to undone that mistake by taking him back last summer.

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