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Goran's Partizan preview

Posted on 27 November 2014  - 15:11

Goran Bunjevcic earned 16 caps for Serbia & Montenegro and played for us between 2001-2005 - he's featured in an exclusive interview in tonight's official matchday programme as we take on Serbian side Partizan Belgrade.

Goran during his time at SpursGoran celebrates a goal in the League Cup win at Bolton in 2004

Here, the classy central defender runs the rule over Partizan, fierce rivals during his time back home at Red Star Belgrade.

"Partizan are one of the big clubs in Serbia, along with Red Star who have a big, famous rivalry of course.

"Anything can happen in football but Tottenham are big favourites to win this game.

"Partizan performed very well to get a point at home to Spurs earlier in the group stages (0-0) and perhaps they took them a bit by surprise.

"Knowing Partizan better now, Spurs will be able to target their weak areas more and deal better with their strengths.

"Partizan are a young team with a few experienced players amongst the squad like Sasa Ilic and Nikola Drincic, who work hard, are creative and can get goals.

"Petar Skuletic has an excellent scoring record since joining from Vojvodina and, at the age of 24, will be among the players in the Partizan team that a lot of scouts would be interested in."

Look out for the full interview in tonight's programme...