No Pain - No Gain: Story about Bojan Jorgacevic

Bojan Jorgacevic had a tough childhood. He lost his father early, and in order to continue to train football, as a teenager, he had to work on a construction site, and a night shift at a train station burger kiosk, and still he didn’t miss a class in his high school.
Because he lived on the other side of the town, more than once, he happened to spend a night sleeping on a park bench after work, so he wouldn’t skip the morning training. The coaches thought that he was on drugs, because he looked really bad and pale with bags under his eyes. 
But the effort and faith in himself paid off. One night his coach from FC Rad saw him at the burger kiosk, and after he found out about all the Bojan’s trouble in life, the club gave him a scholarship, and from that day his life was going for the better.
He made a successful career defending for Gent, Club Brugge, Kayser and Levski, and made his dreams come true when he reached the Serbian National team jersey. 
Today, he works as the goalkeeper coordinator at the Crvena zvezda Youth School and the goalkeeper coach for the cadet team.

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