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New Austria Wien deal for Dragovic

Published: Thursday 24 July 2008, 16.15CET
FK Austria Wien have extended the contract of Serbian midfielder Aleksandar Dragovic until the summer of 2011. The 17-year-old has made two Bundesliga appearances for the Viennese club and made his full debut against FC Tobol Kostanay in the 1-0 UEFA Cup first qualifying round first leg defeat. "Aleksandar has developed fantastically," said chairman Thomas Parits. "With that in mind, we are delighted to have been able to keep him at the club."
Published: Thursday 24 July 2008, 16.15CET

New Austria Wien deal for Dragovic

FK Austria Wien have extended the contract of Serbian midfielder Aleksandar Dragovic until the summer of 2011. The 17-year-old has made two Bundesliga appearances for the Viennese club and made his full debut against FC Tobol Kostanay in the 1-0 UEFA Cup first qualifying round first leg defeat. "Aleksandar has developed fantastically," said chairman Thomas Parits. "With that in mind, we are delighted to have been able to keep him at the club."
Last updated: 24/07/08 16.20CET

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