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Clubs life, Logua The Prophet and Mutli against technology

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CLUBS LIFE

He was the first option in our search, considering he gave a positive response, there was no need to discuss with anyone else. He is sufficiently experienced and fit for us.
Kalev commissioner, Sigrid Karpova, and the thorough hiring process of new coach, Sergei Zamogilnõi, last year relegated with FC Kuressaare – Vikerraadio

We also have few players from Kuressaare, so i think that the players are satisfied with this decision (of
hiring Zamogilnõi).
Has Sigrid Karpova asked those players how much satisfied were to be relegated with 11 points? – Vikerraadio

For Siim it is a step forward in his career. He had other offers , but he wanted to play here. He loved the team and it is all good. Although he does not speak Russian , but he will learn . This is for him a new experience.
Marika Tenno, mother of footballer Siim Tenno who relocated to Narva – Narva Trans Facebook page


Basically, I am the one who deals with everything.
Kaarel Kiidron explains his role at Tammeka after his registration as a player was confirmed. He is already team director and else. – Soccernet.ee

HOME AND AWAY: IRAKLI LOGUA


At the end of the year my agent told me that there was interest from Krylia Sovetov (club from Samara in Russian Premier League – A.P.) and this option boosted my morale. However, information started to reduce and I was mad at my agent. When he called me and told me that there was no deal with Krylya, I ended my partnership with him.
FC Flora striker, Irakli Logua explains his transfer market vicissitudes before returning to Flora following a phonecall by Aivar Pohlak (FC Flora president) – Flora vs. Paide match program

Levadia are not invicible.
Irakli Logua being prophetic before the victorious Supercup final - Flora vs. Paide match program

Getting into the Russian national team is extremely hard.
Former Russia U17 and U19, Irakli Logua, explains how tight is the competition in a big country like Russia - Flora vs. Paide match program

If you wish, I can have a triple nationality!
Irakli Logua, born in Georgia from Georgian mother, Abkhazian father and moved to Russia (Moscow) when he was still a child, solves the Estonian press doubts in assigning him the correct nationality - Flora vs. Paide match program

It upset me quite properly.
Irakli Logua explains his feelings upon reading Zlatan Ibrahimovic autobiography - Flora vs. Paide match program

Once in Russia, one former teammate started to explain me that Estonian Premium Liiga is weak. I proposed him to come over and try to score 23 goals in a season like Vosko (Vladimir Voskoboinikov, last season topscorer – A.P.) and I would have stack up 10,000 dollars in his hand. After this, he’s been silent.
Irakli Logua defends the honour of his workplace and colleagues - Flora vs. Paide match program

An intelligent and well-grown man is always a better footballer!
Irakli Logua sends his appreciation to Estonian international Kostantin ‘Kostja’ Vassiljev 
- Flora vs. Paide match program




THE MAN WITH THE WHISTLE: JAANUS MUTLI

In my opinion Estonian referees should not be ashamed of their level in Europe at all.
Referee Jaanus Mutli about Estonian refs skills level – jalgpall.ee

I cannot comment clubs’ statements.
Jaanus Mutli being asked about the heavy bashing of refs in season 2013. Among others, Estonian international Martin Vunk, labelled them literally as ‘shit’ – jalgpall.ee

I think that in other countries the pressure on referees is even bigger. In Estonia is still a peaceful situation.
Jaanus Mutli dixit, amen to that – jalgpall.ee

Actually, there has not been much criticism from medias.
Jaanus Mutli defines ‘peaceful situation’ and what probably means ‘bigger pressure’ in other countries– jalgpall.ee

There are no infallible
refs, even Howard Webb makes mistake.
Jaanus Mutli knows which saint to pray for help – jalgpall.ee

If an Estonian ref has the luck to enter a stadium packed with 40,000 people, this is something worth to do this job for.
Jaanus Mutli about what is a work target for an international ref from Estonia – jalgpall.ee

In Southern countries it is hard.
Jaanus Mutli hints at Southern Europe as the most difficult countries where to officiate as fans are more emotional – jalgpall.ee

Replays could kill the game tempo.
Jaanus Mutli is against stopping the game to watch a situation on a screen again – jalgpall.ee

Football stress with its game intensity is good stress.
Jaanus Mutli upon being asked whether it was harder to be deputy mayor (he has been covering this role in Tallinn in the past) or a referee – jalgpall.ee