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This is definitely a upward move for him. Rostock is a much bigger club than Lotte, who were pretty much the smallest club in the 3. Liga. Rostock will likely be contenders for promotion next season a

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Yann Fillion makes the step up in Finland from the Ykkönen (second tier) with Ekenäs up to the Veikkausliiga (first tier) with newly-promoted side Oulu for 2021 - believe it's also a club option for 2022.

 

Ottawa-born keeper, put in quite a few games with EIF, in a 1A/1B situation with their second keeper Jiri Koski. Across the pair, it was enough to take the team up to 4th place in the Ykkönen in 2020. Will be interesting to see the keeper duel at Oulu next season (Finnish season starts back up in April, COVID-pending).

 

From a Finnish friend: 

"Expectations: Backup, probably sees 5-7 games in the league. The club wanted a young goalkeeper with reach and the ability to claim crosses as their first-choice is quite short for the position. Fillion's season at EIF wasn't exactly a shining success story and their fans considered the other keeper to have played better, though he got a lot of starts despite reports of mediocre performances."

 

 

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Georgi Atanasov is a 2004 player who was in the youth system of Levski Sofia, and just transferred to Arda (Bulgarian 1st tier).  He has played for the Bulgarian U15/U17 team in the past.  According to transfermarkt he was born in Toronto, and social media also says the same.

It has been confirmed that he has Canadian citizenship.

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Georgi Atanasov is a 2004 player who was in the youth system of Levski Sofia, and just transferred to Arda (Bulgarian 1st tier).  He has played for the Bulgarian U15/U17 team in the past.  According to transfermarkt he was born in Toronto, and social media also says the same.

It has been confirmed that he has Canadian citizenship.

We have to cap him with the specific function of nutmegging Yankov.

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On 1/15/2021 at 9:44 AM, Buchta said:

Georgi Atanasov is a 2004 player who was in the youth system of Levski Sofia, and just transferred to Arda (Bulgarian 1st tier).  He has played for the Bulgarian U15/U17 team in the past.  According to transfermarkt he was born in Toronto, and social media also says the same.

It has been confirmed that he has Canadian citizenship.

You can watch a recent match of him here with Levski Sofia U17 vs CSKA Sofia U17. He wears number 9 in blue and scores the 2-0. https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=342373463760912&ref=watch_permalink

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