Boa ujica has said that his team’s future is “very uncertain” and that he is still in talks with his former club, Bosnian football association (BIVA).
Bula ujICA, a former Bosnian side, is in the process of selling the Bosniak national team to a consortium of owners.
The team has been in existence since the mid-1990s and has won nine titles, four European Cups and two Champions Leagues.
In his first interview since his departure from the team, Bula said he is ready to leave and was not prepared to give up the national team.
“We have to move on,” Bula told a news conference on Monday.
“I have a contract with the BVB and it has been signed with a deadline of February 10.
If things go according to plan, I will leave the team.
I have to be honest and explain the reasons.
I am not ready to give anything up.”
Bula’s departure is the latest in a long list of changes in Bosnian soccer.
The country was last in the European Champions League in 2010 and 2013.
Bula, who played in his country’s last four World Cups, was also a key figure in Bosnia’s 2010 World Cup qualification campaign.
“I will leave because I am not prepared and I want to do what I love, to have a football club that can be successful,” Bulas said.
I love the sport. “
It’s my time to go.
I love the sport.
I want the best for the team and my future is very uncertain.”BULA’S REPUTATION IN BOSTONIn January, Bosnians voted for Bula to become the first player to wear the captain’s armband in a BVB shirt, which he received during the national anthem.
He has since become a popular figure in the city and is frequently photographed with his supporters.
He is also a well-known Bosnian businessman who has given more than £1.3 billion ($1.6 billion) to local charities.BULANIA’S GOALBOA UJICA has said he wants to see the national side in the Champions League and has been open to a possible move to England or France.
Bolas is now looking at the possibility of signing a new contract with BVB, which will see him receive a further €6.2 million ($7.3 million) annually.
Bula has not spoken publicly about his plans, but in an interview with Bosnian television in January he said: “BVB are my priority and my priority is to do my best for them.
I am always ready to talk to anyone.”
Bolas has been criticised in the past for his decision to sign for the English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur, but he has been praised for his performances for his national side.
In December, he said he would return to Bosnian Football Association (BIKA) if Bosnian voters were to reject the deal with Tottenham.
The player, who is now 34, said he had always wanted to play for his country but said that he had been “left behind” by BKA and had been unable to do so.”BKA made me a scapegoat, a scapegoated man who didn’t want to play in the national league because of their financial pressure,” Bolsa said.
“If they had offered me a contract, I would have had a contract.”