Weekend round up

The season is over in Slovakia, where Adnan Kanurić and his Sered saved their top division status for the second year in a row. Bosnian keeper was on the bench in his team’s 1-0 loss to Zlate Moravce on Saturday. The only goal was scored 13 minutes after the kick off, when Meszaros scored.

In action this Sunday afternoon was Budimir Janošević, but his AIK Stockholm suffered third loss of the season. This time they were beaten away at Helsingborg, where Alex Timosi Anderson and Anthony van der Hurk scored two late goals to confirm crisis in Swedish biggest club.

AC Milan continued with solid performances. They are unbeaten since restart of the season and this weekend they won an important point in Naples. Hernandez was the one to open the account after 20 minutes, but Napoli overturned the score through Di Lorenzo and Mertens. However, Milan managed to equalize in 73rd minute, when Kessie converted a penalty. Milan is still 7th, but gap to Napoli is now only two points, while Roma is four points ahead.

Australian U23 international Jordan Holmes, who wears AB1 Impact UNO Pro, signed a new contract with Ebbsfleet United. The former Bournemouth goalkeeper arrived at the Kuflink Stadium last season and immediately set about winning the hearts of the supporters.

“I believe in what we, the club and manager, want to try and and do next season, be that in the National League or the South. What’s in place for the new season, it is something to believe in here and I’m delighted to get the deal over the line. We don’t know exactly the situation for next year, but if we do have to do it the hard way, I want to be part of the resurgence that brings the club back. The fans have been great with me and I want to repay that.”, said Holmes to Ebbsfleet United website.

Congrats Jordan!