It may not be the biggest stage of domestic football, next season there won’t be one below it either, but the Zlatibor team has a pearl in its ranks that could bring them a big profit.
It is the left-wing striker Saliman Kayode (born in 2003), who is very well known to connoisseurs of the First League of Serbia. With his games, he forced many sports directors in Serbia and the region to ask for the services of the young winger who came to Zlatibor at the very end of last year’s summer transfer window and that too through the back door.
However, after ten rounds, he began to impose himself, gaining more and more space in the current team, which, frankly, did not shine in the First League of Serbia, and three rounds before the end of the championship, he lost all chances of survival in this level of the competition.
Those whose eyes are regularly focused on the events in the First League of Serbia agree that one of the few bright spots of Zlatibor was precisely the young Nigerian who is adorned with speed and creativity in the game.
He easily eludes the opposing players, which often drew the attention of the spectators to him. He was particularly impressive in the second part of the season when he achieved a solid performance of two goals and three assists in four matches.
Those in the know point out that his balance would have been even better if his teammates had converted Kayode’s plays.