“I congratulate the coaching team. First of all, this is a test of maturity and quality of our team. The preparations that we did give us hope that we can do something more and go to the playoffs. The team has shown a great deal of seriousness and concentration and hopefully will show a good result tomorrow “said Ibraković. (Source: Sportcentar) On Thursday from 20:30 o’clock, the FC Sarajevo will play against Atromitos on our largest stadium. The representatives, as well as players show the optimism, but in the same time hope that stands will be fulfilled on Koševo stadium tomorrow.On the occasion of tomorrow’s match, Svetozar Vujović held a press conference. Firstly, Dženan Uščuplić, the head of the profession team talked to the media.“Tomorrow we will play against a team which is good and has good players. It is a well-coordinated team which is 3-4 years together. In addition, the team comes from a strong league in which they are just behind Olympiakos and PAOK. However, we are prepared and we have our chances to win. We know that they are favorites, but we will do our best. There will be no changes in the composition of the team, except suspended Berberović”, said Uščuplić.Afterwards, the athletic director of FC Sarajevo, Abdulah Ibraković spoke to the media.
The animated fairy tale “Hoodwinked” and the inspirational sports flick “Glory Road” topped a family-oriented box office for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, according to estimates released Monday. “Hoodwinked,” an animated update of the Little Red Riding Hood story, debuted with $16.6 million in ticket sales over the four-day weekend while “Glory Road” was a breath behind with $16.5 million. A new Queen Latifah movie, “Last Holiday,” opened in third place with $15.7 million. The only other new movie to make the top 10 list was the romance “Tristan & Isolde,” which opened in eighth place with a gross of $7.9 million. “We’re getting mainly families with young children,” said Weinstein’s Mike Rudnitsky, senior executive vice president for domestic distribution. “We know our target audience. We picked a holiday weekend because people are always looking to take their family out and looking for a family film.” It was the second independently produced movie to make No. 1 in two weeks, after the horror film “Hostel,” from Lions Gate. Another PG-rated film, “Glory Road,” was in second place and made some $3 million dollars more in its opening than expected. The movie tells the story of how underdog Texas Western, fronted by an all-black starting lineup, beat the all-white powerhouse University of Kentucky to win the NCAA title in 1966. Critics praised its inspirational qualities but panned its cliches. Overall, the top 12 films grossed an estimated $125.4 million, down about 12 percent from last year’s $142.7 million. TOP MOVIES Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Monday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Exhibitor Relations Co. Final figures will be released today. 1. “Hoodwinked,” Weinstein Co., $16.6 million. 2. “Glory Road,” Disney, $16.5 million. 3. “Last Holiday,” Paramount, $15.7 million. 4. “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” Disney, $12.2 million. 5. “Hostel,” Lions Gate, $11.7 million. 6. “Fun With Dick and Jane,” Sony, $10.3 million. 7. “King Kong,” Universal, $9.2 million. 8. “Tristan & Isolde,” 20th Century Fox, $7.9 million. 9. “Brokeback Mountain,” Focus, $7.1 million. 10. “Cheaper by the Dozen 2,” 20th Century Fox, $6.8 million. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita “Brokeback Mountain,” director Ang Lee’s story of two rugged Western family men concealing their homosexual affair, had the highest per-location average of any movie in the top 10, at $10,330 per location. It was ranked No. 9 in ticket sales over the long weekend. In spite of – or perhaps because of – the controversy over its gay theme, “Brokeback Mountain” has done well in every market where it has played. “This film has everything going for it: the critical acclaim, the word of mouth and, of course, the seven Golden Globe nominations never hurt,” said Paul Dergarabedian, president of box-office tracker Exhibitor Relations. “Hoodwinked” received mixed critical reviews but its opening day was a financial triumph for a movie that was made for a relatively paltry $15 to $20 million. Weinstein Co. hoped to expand its showings this week to as many as 3,000 screens. The movie was held back to January so it would not have to face the big Christmas-season releases such as “King Kong” or “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” which was fourth for the weekend and has now grossed more than $260 million.