Bokelj vs Vojvodina by DamirJ
FK Bokelj is not that young club, being founded back in 1922, however the club made great success only in season 2006-07 when they got promoted to the first Montenegrin league. They were only for one season in the first league, getting express relegation, just to re-enter the first league again for one season only.
Finally, back in 2013-14 they promoted again and now finally stood in the first league for the first time for consecutive seasons. Not only that, the team managed to build up from previous season's eight position and to reach the fourth position this time, leaving much more known and reputable sides like Sutjestka and Zeta behind themselves. Their roster seems modest for this season, only consisting domestic players plus few Serbian players who surely couldn't play in the Serbian Superliga European teams.
Three players have left the club during the transfer season, two really important ones, while the team brought three players in as well. Important goalkeeper Mijatovic will be playing this one, even though he was close to sign for Azeri club Neftchi Baku in previous days.
Vojvodina had many ups and downs during the previous season, but once they installed Lalatovic for their coach, it seems that the things have gone in bit more desired and positive way. In the end, they have finished the season at fourth position, just a point above fifth placed Radnicki securing the Europa League ticket in last round.
They will now try to repeat the same success they had in previous season, when the team managed to reach the play-off stage, but Viktoria Plzen proved to be much more superior side then them. However, the team impressed on their way to play-offs, since they won over MTK Budapest and Spartaks Jurmala, but also have excluded Italian Serie A side Sampdoria with a 4:2 aggregate score and a great 4:0 victory in the first leg away from home.
The team is yet to make real moves in the transfer window, since they brought some of their younger players back from loan, but no real transfer move was made yet. On the other side, young central back Radovan Pankov left the team signing for Russian Premier League side Ural, while defensive midfielder Danilo Sekulic left the club for Hungarian side Debreceni.
There is some certain difference quality between these two sides. Vojvodina already performed well in attack during the preparation period and should prove to be here much more quality side with experience being completely on their side.