Sport Meppen equips Pepic with a one -year contract from
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from SV Meppen has signed Mirnes Pepic. The experienced midfielder is to compensate for the failure of Luka Tankulic.
former Würzburger changes to the Emsland
Pepic brings second and third division experience to the Emsland. The Montenegrin was under contract with the Würzburg Kickers last season and completed 21 games in the 3rd division (one goal). Previously, he played at MSV Duisburg and Hansa Rostock, and he also played 17 second division games for Paderborn and Aue. This is exactly what you want to benefit from in Meppen.
"It is very painful that Luka Tankulic is not available for longer in a central position. Therefore, it is important that with Mirnes Pepic we have an experienced midfielder who has proven that he can design a game at a high level "SVM sports director Heiner Beckmann is quoted in a club announcement. "I am sure that Mirnes with his flexible qualities can help us directly in the position."
The former junior national player Montenegros receives a one -year contract in Meppen. He could make his debut next weekend if his new team receives FSV Zwickau (Saturday, 2 p.m., live! At Kicker).
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