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Nikola Rosić
SCM SCM "U" Craiova
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First name: Nikola 
Last name: Rosić 
Gender: Male 
Weight: 90kg (198lb) 
Height: 191cm (6ft 3in) 
Laterality: Right 
Place of birth:  
Date of birth : 05.08.1984 
Country: Serbia 
EU Passport: NO 
Spike: 0cm (0in) 
Block: 0cm (0in) 

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Milos Nikic for WoV: “Big thanks to people from Ziraat”

From now on Ziraat is one of my favorite clubs. It is rare today to find a club that is looking after their players even when they are injured. Milos is born champion, and I have no doubt he will play on his level next season. Reply

TUR W: Ognejnovic to replace Nootsara in Fenerbahce!?

Re: @ST Thai opposite like from China and sometimes Japan players are also receivers.
I don't believe buying one of Nootsara's teammates to receive will solve Fenerbahce's reception troubles. IMHO it will probably spark more problems for Fenerbahce as they will probably have less reception coverage and will endanger Fenerbahce to Vakifbank,Eczacibasi and Galatarasay's servers even worse as there is a great doubt Thai receivers are experienced enough in two or three reception system. Reply

TUR W: Ognejnovic to replace Nootsara in Fenerbahce!?

Re: @I love Fereira Kim is getting older. Soon her level will drop as she aged. What Fenerbahce needs to do is to find someone younger to compete against Zhu and Tijana and become the next sensation because getting Kim back will not only be expensive but risky for Fenerbahce's finacial health. There's a reason she went to China. The european season is also tough on the body and staying in Turkey might just accelerate the decline so she's being cautious with herself.