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Southampton: Fans react to Dusan Tadic video

Southampton: Fans react to Dusan Tadic video - Southampton News

Southampton fans have been discussing Dusan Tadic after the club’s official Twitter account shared a video of him scoring against West Brom.

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The Serbia international spent three years at St. Mary’s Stadium, scoring 24 goals and providing 35 assists in 162 games for the Saints (Transfermarkt). In 2018, he moved to Ajax, where he blossomed into a star – he has 68 strikes and 56 assists in just 128 matches for the Dutch outfit. Throughout his career, he has managed 165 goals despite not always being a striker.

Would you take Tadic back at St. Mary's?





There is no doubting his ability, and the goal against the Baggies showed off his skills as he delicately chipped the ball over the onrushing goalkeeper. The club’s official account shared a video of the effort as part of their #OnThisDay series, and it enabled the fans to reminisce about the 32-year-old.

They took to the social media platform to share their thoughts.

Let’s see what the fans had to say about Tadic below

“Always rated Tadic. Didn’t quite reach the heights his ability should of got him.”

Credit: @nunnas22

I miss Dušan This clip also notable for the solitary contribution in a Saints shirt by Guido Carrillo #saintsfc”

Credit: @SteveGrant1983

“Boy, could we do with that magic right now.”

Credit: @Veganlifebuild

“What a player he was for Saints. Loved watching him play so much.”

Credit: @cj_garrett

“I was a massive Tadic fan but i was the only one in my group, he was inconsistent but wow he had ability & im gutted we never saw him supplying Ings.”

Credit: @DarrenW74628086

“I love this goal!”

Credit: @MartyyMcFly55

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