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Bio je prvi nas golman koji je nosio sorc do kolena, neko vreme je imao i mini val, bio je sav svoj, za druge ekscentrican!

Stigao mi urednikov zahtev: dream team i nightmare team!

Za prvo mi i nije trebalo objasnjenje a uz drugo je stiglo nekoliko recenica: ne najgorih 11, tih ima tonu, nego onih koji su bili takvi da se nikada nije znalo sta mogu da naprave, kako da preokrenu utakmicu… Zbog kojih se danima posle budimo obliveni znojem!

Nightmare jedinica bez dileme - Petar Borota!

 

Koliko znam, rodjeni je Beogradjanin i karijeru je zapoceo u OFK Beogradu. Naravno, talenat ga je odveo u Partizan, gde je uspesno branio od 1977.

Bio je prvi nas golman koji je nosio sorc do kolena, neko vreme je imao i mini val, bio je sav svoj, za druge ekscentrican!

Za nightmare jedinicu kvalifikovale su ga neverovatne (ali mahom istinite) price.

Bio je to derbi, po snegu (kako su meni ispricali, prihvatam ispravke). Borota je i te kako bio na iskusenju, s obzirom da je centarfor u Zvezdi bio Milos Sestic.

Posle jednog skoka, u kome je bio malo i fauliran ali nedovoljno za delioca pravde, Borota je lezao na zemlji, s loptom u narucju. Sestic mu je prisao: Kume, svirao sudija faul! Pera je spustio loptu da izvede slobodni udarac, a centarfor crveno-belih se usetao u gol! E onda stvarno jeste sudija i odsvirao – pogodak za Crvenu zvezdu.

- Meni to Dule Savic nikada ne bi uradio – legenda je prokomentarisao!

Kada je branio za Jugoslaviju protiv Rumunije 1977. u kvalifikacijama za Svetsko prvenstvo (krajnji rezultat 6:4 za nas), komentator je izjavio: Jadan Susic, ne moze da se nadaje golova koliko Borota moze da primi! Debitant Safet Susic je dao tri gola na tom mecu.

Takav kakav je bio, kazu da je cesto upadao u nevolje. Jednom je krenuo u posetu Cavi Dimitrijevicu u bolnici, ali je promasio sprat i zavrsio na psihijatarskom odeljenju. Usao je unutra, ali kada je krenuo da izadje zaustavio ga je cuvar:

- Gde ces?

- Napolje!

- Nema sansi!

- Kako nema sansi, pa ja sam Petar Borota, golman Partizana!

- Znam, znam, ovde je svaki drugi Dragan Dzajic, levo krilo Crvene zvezde!

Za Celzi je potpisao 1979. godine za celih 70.000 funti! Iako je u toj sezoni Celzi vec bio vidjen za ispadanje, Borota je postao ljubimac fanova. Voleo je da dribla, igrao je kao treci bek, istrcavao daleko ispred 16 metara. (Kasnije je, tvrde strucnjaci, Iguita kopirao njegov stil.) Bio je akrobata na terenu, nesto do tad nevidjeno! Pa uostalom, 1981. godine je bio proglasen za najboljeg igraca Celsija!

Iako nisam nasla nigde ni snimak, a ni podatak, prepricao mi je jedan od ocevidaca najveci Borotin blam, koji ga je apsolutno zakucao za mesto jedinice mog nightmare tima.

To je bila Kup utakmica. Borota je branio fenomenalno. U jednoj akciji, pred kraj, kada je vec bilo izgledno da ce Celsi da pobedi, Borota je prvo odbio loptu bacivsi se u jednu stranu, onda je napravio paradu u suprotnu stranu i loptu je uhvatio tek iz treceg puta ponovo se bacivsi sa zemlje! U toj poslednoj odbrani mu je spao kacket sa glave i zavrsio iza gol linije, u mrezi.

Petar Borota, kome su navijaci u tom trenutku skandirali, sa loptom ispod ruke se usetao u gol da pokupi kacket!!! Sudija je svirnuo i pokazao na centar! Autogol!

Iako je unistio tim, Borota je sa tribina imao freneticnu podrsku. On se bacio na zemlju, udarao i rukama i nogama o travu, a fanovi su ga naprosto obozavali!

Cudni su bili putevi Petra Borote posle svega toga. U Lonodnu je neko vreme imao i galeriju, a bio je i u zatvoru zbog svercovanja umetnickih dela.

Petar Borota, nightmare jedinica!

 

 

Chelsea FC

1979-1982

POSITION

Goalkeeper

DATE OF BIRTH

Wednesday, 5th March 1952

PLACE OF BIRTH

Belgrade, Yugoslavia

LEAGUE DEBUT

Saturday, 3rd March 1979 in a 0-0 draw at home to Liverpool (Aged: 26)

CLUB CAREER

107 League apps

 

During Chelsea Football Clubs formative years at the beginning of the last century, they fielded a gargantuan goalkeeper by the name of William Fatty Foulke. Weighing in at 22 stone, he was a fearsome character who, legend has it, once picked up an opposing forward and dangled him by his ankles in the goalmouth for making an ill-judged comment. Seventy years later The Blues unearthed his eccentric successor between the sticks when Danny Blanchflower recruited the flamboyant Yugoslav Petar Borota from Partizan Belgrade. Signed for £70, 000 in March 1979 to replace the departing legend Peter Bonetti, he acquitted himself superbly on his debut later that month as he kept a clean sheet in a 0-0 draw with European champions Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea were bottom of the First Division when Borota joined and were relegated within weeks of his arrival, indeed he might have wondered what he had let himself in for three weeks after his debut when he was forced to pick the ball out of the net six times at Nottingham Forest. He subsequently played the remainder of his career with The Blues in Division Two. He established himself in the team during the following campaign, missing just one game as Chelsea finished fourth in Division Two. Petar enjoyed a wonderful relationship with the supporters who relished his outrageous acrobatics and regular forays up-field. He in return would celebrate goals scored, often a rare event at the time, exuberantly with the supporters behind his goal. His popularity was never better exemplified than at Southampton in January 1981 when he stepped in to quell a near-riot which was breaking out behind him. His playing style often had the fans hearts in their mouths and the inevitable finally happened in February when he was caught in possession by Watfords Malcolm Poskett as he dallied with the ball 30 yards from goal, allowing the Watford man to score the only goal of the game. Borota did, however, keep 16 clean sheets in 1980/81 and that, allied to the fact that Chelsea failed to score in 19 of their last 22 league matches, made him the obvious choice for the Player of the Year award. The Blues appointed John Neal as manager in the summer of 1981 but he was unconvinced by the Yugoslav. Petar began the season in the team but was dropped in October after refusing the managers requests to cut out the eccentricities. He returned to the side for six more appearances, including a 6-0 defeat at Rotherham, but continued to exasperate Neal and he was eventually replaced permanently by 17 year-old Steve Francis. In keeping with his outrageous career to date, Borota left Chelsea for Brentford on a free transfer the following summer only to sign for Benfica before he had made a single appearance for the Griffin Park club.



 
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