November 2, 2018 - It has been almost 500 days since the beginning of the reconstruction of the indoor pool in Kotor, and there is no announcement for the eventual completion. Tenders are being annulled, and time passes. Absurdly, but true: our athletes have traveled to the nearest pools for the last two years. And when they get there, they face another problem - there is not enough space.
Unfortunately, one pool is used by three clubs, which practically means that more than 100 people are in the pool at the same time, said the chairman of the president of the Democrat’s Committee from Kotor Slobodan Mačić.
He said that "between our political games, imposed bureaucracy and systemic irresponsibility of the state institutions in charge, are our children".
"Disappointed by the inability to solve this problem, they slowly lose their motivation, give up or even pursue their future in sports somewhere else outside the borders of Montenegro. Hereby, we request from the competent Public Works Directorate to finish the formal procedure and elect the contractor by the New Year and, if they fail to do so, inform us in a timely manner that they are unable to do so, so that through the Plan of the Directorate for Planning and the construction of Kotor we would seek a way to solve the problem. We also argue that if this process is not completed within a reasonable time, and in order to rescue water polo as a sport in Kotor, we, the Democrats from Kotor, will not seek the reasons for the delay, but we will call for clear responsibility for what was done, i.e. not being done on this project, of which the completion depends on the future of water polo and overall sports in Kotor," Macic said.
Text by Boka news, on November 1st 2018, read more at Boka news
November 1, 2018 - Montenegrin national team players Stefan Savic and Adam Marusic could change their clubs in January. Two clubs from Italy and one from England are interested in Savic.
Although they are doing great in the Serie A (six points more than Napoli) and the Champions League (three victories), Juventus is considering bringing in new reinforcements, and among the potential candidates to come to Turin is the defender of Atletico Madrid, announced calciomercato.com.
The Montenegrin defender has recently returned to the pitch after a break due to an injury he suffered on September 10th in a national team game for the Nations League and he is currently not the first choice of Diego Simeon.
However, not only Juventus has this idea. Milan is interested in Savic, who needs reinforcements in order to become a serious competitor in the battle for the place that leads to the Champions League. If Juve or Milan send a satisfactory offer to Atletico and Savic, it would be the return of the 28-year-old player to Serie A, where he played for Fiorentina from 2012 to 2015. He came to Florence from Manchester City, who BeIN Sports is also in ocontact with the defender from our national team.
The former FC Borca and Partizan player was a member in the 2011-12 season, having played 12 games in the Premier League. Apparently, Pep Guardiola believes that our ace will significantly boost competition in the central part of the defense, but the more realistic possibility is that Savic will return to Italy if a transfer from Atletico takes place.
Adam Marusic (26), a player who covers the right side of the field in Lazio, could go to England, however. He arrived in Rome in the summer of 2017 from Belgium's Ostend, and played brilliantly in last season, in which Simone Inzaghi's team in the final round remained without a place in the Champions League. Though his team is not so strong this year and lost all the duels against stronger rivals in Serie A, Marusic remained interesting to the giants. Liverpool and Tottenham are battling it for him, though their plans could be spoiled by Borussia Dortmund.
Text by Pobjeda, on November 1st, 2018, read more at CdM
October 28, 2018 - The basketball players of Buducnost will host Cedevita in the extremely important encounter of the ABA league 5th round.
October 26, 2018 - Two and a half months remain until the decisive matches of the Montenegrin volleyball players in qualifying for the European Championship. With three wins in the first four games in Group C, Veljko Bašić's team is at the forefront of their first placement in a major competition.
October 25, 2018 - The departing trend of water polo players from Montenegro did not stop even in 2018 - and the group of guys who said they had enough has another member - Aleksandar Radovic.
October 24, 2018 - The Montenegrin Olympic Committee (COK) has presented the official mascot of the 2019 Games of the Small States of Europe which will be held in Montenegro next year.
October 22, 2018 - Although his team was tragically defeated 25:24 in the third round of the group stage of the Champions League, Buducnost handball coach Dragan Adzic was not dissatisfied.
October 18, 2018 - Stefan Savić began training after a month's break, likely to be ready for the matches of Montenegro against Serbia (November 17th) and Romania (November 20th), but as Atletico Madrid Diego Simeone is thinking of returning Savić to the first 11, the media are speculating that the 27-year-old player from Mojkovac will be sold.
October 17, 2018 - Two big rivals will open the Regional A1 League, only one day after they found out that they expect a break in the quarterfinals of the European Cup. It is time for the first story of Boka in this season - Jadran Carina is hosting Primorac from 7 p.m. in Igalo.