Blistering Bob Keane – the man they couldn’t hang, but did manage to successfully hurl rotten fruit at- has been on fire north of the border. But to little avail. Virtually no one at White Hart Lane is interested in the return of a man who was once a legend, but then degenerated into a pushy has-been.
A name that is being bandied about is that of Edin Dzeko. He’s a Bosnian chap, currently playing for Europa darlings Wolfsburg. Dzeko joined Bosnia and Herzegovina Premier League side FK Zeljeznicar and made his debut in 2003, starting out as a midfielder and scoring five goals in 40 games in two years at the club.
Dzeko became half of the most successful strike force in Bundesliga history alongside Brazilian frontman Grafite, beating Gerd Mueller and Uli Hoeness’s record from 1972-73. Dzeko notched 26 of the pair’s 54 goals which helped propel Wolfsburg to the Bundesliga title.
“He is just the kind of striker a club would wish for. He is unselfish, has an accurate shot and header, and knows what to do with the ball the moment he receives it.” says his manager, Felix Magath.
Here are five of the boy’s best belters, enjoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lYyKlg02Tk