Sometimes things get a bit seared for footballers when they’ve been during a bar for several years, while other times a new manager comes in who only doesn’t imagination a player.
Former Manchester City star Alexander Kolarov is a box in point, as a Serbian full-back – a cult figure among City fans – was ushered out of a Etihad and sole to Roma as partial of a outrageous summer transparent out by Pep Guardiola.
Since withdrawal City, Kolarov has enjoyed a new franchise of life in a Eternal City, attack 3 goals in 4 games for bar and country.
His latest was an comprehensive rocket that helped Serbia better a Republic of Ireland in Dublin and pierce to a tip of World Cup subordinate Group D.
Kolarov could’ve attempted attack it a bit harder pic.twitter.com/2wVPEqsCBv
— Si Lloyd (@SmnLlyd5) September 5, 2017
He also scored opposite Moldova in final week’s qualifier.
Kolarov after a match. Didn’t play good progressing in subordinate though he was glorious in a final 2 matches. pic.twitter.com/So8Nza9HBE
— Serbian Football (@SerbianFooty) September 5, 2017
All in all, it’s been a flattering good few weeks for Kolarov.
— AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN) September 5, 2017
There’s still life in a aged dog, yet!