Borislav Jovanovic: ''For me is more important the win of the team''.
Experienced defender Borislav Jovanovic plays for Banants already 1 year. Before that 6 years he was in Greece and played for Ergotelis and Larissa. In the interview for the official website of Banants Jovanovic remembered his career life and told about future plans.
- Tell a little about your career. How you started?
- I was born in a Serbian village, I started to play football in this village, after I moved to Greece, worked here 6 years and now I’m here in Banants.
- You left your motherland and moved to another country to start career. How it happened?
- In that moment Serbia didn’t have a good football, so one agent came from Ergotelis and he wanted to work with me and sign a contract. So I told my family, and It was very difficult to left my country, my family, but this is football and this is my job.
- Do you remember your best match?
- For me is more important the win of the team, not only mine.
- What drives you to get up and go training every day?
- I want to be better every day, this is my job but I can say, that it's more than a job, it's my life. I started when I was 6-7 years old and all my life I played football, so I don't imagine my life without football.
- What will you change for your next game?
- The last game was very good, so I’ll change nothing (laughing).
- Who supports you the most?
- My father, my family.
- The first thing when comes to your mind when you say “football”.
- My life.
- What do you miss the most about Greece?
- I miss fans, because there was a lot of people in our games and it was great.
- Are you satisfied by working in Armenia?
- Sure, everything is perfect for me.
- What do you love the most about playing in Banants?
- Banants is very organised club, everyone do their job, and I really enjoy being here.
- Comparing football in Greece and Armenia, can you mention both positive and negative sides?
- In Greece I was playing against famous clubs such as Olympiacos, Panathinaikos and PAOK. There were many fans in that matches, so playing in such conditions is a great pleasure for every football player. And the negative side was that in that period Greece was in crisis so that affected also on football. But I didn't meet such problems in Armenia.
- How do you see yourself in 10 years?
- I will be a grandfather (laughing). It’s many years that I’m working outside of my country, so I want to marry and have my children, to have a normal life with my family in the future. But I want to stay in football, maybe I will be a coach or something else.
- Can you say something in Armenian?
- “Akhper jan” , “Shat lav pokhancum er”. Armenian is difficult.