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Albert Nadj



Albert Nadj
Albert Nadj's career developed with Partizan Belgrade, where he won three league titles and three cups between 1988 and 1996.

He then switched to Spain, playing for Real Betis for one season in 1996 before moving to Oviedo.

This hard working midfielder made his international debut playing Brazil in December 1994 but has struggled to become a Yugoslav regular.

He scored twice against Malta in the European qualifying campaign but was still substituted in three of the four subsequent games he started.

Nadj has a colourful history, having refused to play left-back and was subsequently dropped from the World Cup squad in 1998.

He has recently been troubled by injury but should contribute this summer, albeit from the bench.



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