Bosnians founded a Club for Socializing and conquered the Bundesliga

first_imgFC Diamant Linz is the new champion of Austria in futsal.FC Diamant secured the Bundesliga title in the round before the end of the championship with the victory over Wiener Neustadt Fortuna with the score 5: 3. Before the last round which is scheduled for the weekend, the club from Linz has four points more than the second-ranked team FC Murexin Allstars.What is interesting is that this fresh champion of Austria mainly consists of players from BiH. A success is even more significant when we consider that this is the first season for FC Diamant in the elite ranks of the Austrian futsal.“The club was founded 15 years ago purely for socializing. Initially, the team played in tournaments, and then we got the idea of joining the Bundesliga. The club is financed by sponsors and members. They are the most responsible for this success,” said young Saldin Pezic.“I started playing for FC Diamant two years ago. I played only tournaments at first. When the club came in the Bundesliga, I started recording the first official appearances,” said Pezic.Most of the members in FC Diamond come from the Una-Sana Canton and Tuzla Canton. Their coach is Elmir Omeragic, who is also the player. The best scorer of the team is Edvin Skrgic who scored a total of 22 goals.(Source: faktor.ba)last_img read more

What?! Cowboys’ Randle stole underwear, now is a pitchman for them?

first_imgThanks to reality TV and NFL backup Joseph Randle, young kids are learning everyday that crime, debauchery and wretched behavior does pay.It pays big time.Obey the laws for what? Carrying yourself in a respectable manner? Well, how much does that pay? These are the questions that many exasperated, dumbfounded readers are probably asking themselves after an NFL benchwarmer is getting rewarded after being caught stealing in a Texas mall.Randle, the Dallas Cowboys backup running back who stole high-end underwear and cologne from a suburban Dallas mall, is now going to pitch underwear for a Los Angeles-based underwear company, ESPN is reporting.According to the report, MeUndies will pay Randle enough to pay down the $29,500 fine the Cowboys imposed on him — then supply Randle all the underwear he needs for a long time.Randle who was charged while trying to commit his “heist” at a Dillard’s in Frisco, Texas, will reportedly donate $15,000 worth of underwear and basic apparel to children in need and making multiple appearances at Dallas-area schools and charities to speak to students about learning from their mistakes.Models promoting MeUndies underwear line.“Joseph felt the need to turn a negative situation into a positive and teamed up with MeUndies to give back to his community and help families in need,” MeUndies marketing and development chief Dan King. “As a young company, MeUndies is faced with difficult challenges all the time. It’s up to us to turn a negative situation into a positive one, almost on a daily basis. How you learn from your mistakes fast is how you find success in our business and those lessons are applicable in all walks of life.”Randle, who immediately offered the standard mea culpa after getting caught, said he and his agent were searching for ways he could show his contrition and redeem himself. MeUndies apparently offers him the opportunity to do both at the same time.“There is no excuse for my mistake last week, and I take full responsibility for my actions,” Randle said. “I let down my coaches, teammates, and family. My agent and I have spent a lot of time looking for ways I can turn my situation into a learning experience for young people.“Partnering with MeUndies allows me the opportunity to give back to others less fortunate than myself, and spread a positive message of not making the same mistake twice.”Added King: “We told Joseph that if he was willing to take responsibility for his actions, apologize, and take action, we would donate $15K worth of product that he could give back to his community — so that’s what we plan to do.“Everybody deserves a second chance because people make mistakes. We want to help him put his best foot forward, so he can get back to setting a good example for the NFL, the Dallas Cowboys, and the kids who look up to him.”last_img read more