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Blazic swaps Panaitolikos for Anorthosis
- Updated: May 30, 2012
Srdan Blazic has broken ties with Panaitolikos and in turn has signed a contract with Anorthosis Famagusta, the latter has confirmed via an official statement on Anorthosis’ website. A one-year stay in Agrinio was cut short when the club were demoted to the Greek Football League after a failed attempt to stave off relegation.
Having signed on with Panaitolikos last summer, Blazic returned to Greece following a six-month stay at Belgium’s Standard de Liege — who he joined after leaving Levadiakos in June 2010. Following Panaitolikos’ relegation from the Super League, it was evident that Blazic’s time in Agrinio was up.
Indeed the Montenegrin ‘keeper was released by the club on Monday, less than 24-hours before Anorthosis announced their latest signing. “Anorthosis Famagusta announces the acquisition of the Montenegrin goalkeeper Srđan Blažić with a two-year contract,” read the announcement on www.anorthosis.com.
“The 29-year old goalkeeper (26/11/1982), who is international with his National team, played in the past in teams of Montenegro, Serbia and Greece, whereas it’s worth to notice his presence in Standard Liège in Belgium.”
“We welcome the football player to our team and we wish to him to live great successes wearing the white-blue colours,” the press release continued.