Vedran Janjetovic lashed out at his former club League, accusing Sydney FC to treat him how he was and offer him to Western Sydney in the quest to get Andrew Redmayne.
In a spectacular rant on his page on Instagram on Friday evening, Janjetovic denied a claim coach Graham Arnold goalkeeper “we were forced” in search of a way to join the ranks of the Wanderers and said he experienced “a year of lies.”
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29-year-old five years in the sky Blues ended on a sour note last week when he signed with their bitter cross-town rivals.
He went straight to training with the Wanderers in spite of stress to leave over the last month in Sydney where he lost his place in the starting lineup Danny Vukovic early in the season.
Responding to a comment about my last post that questioned his loyalty, said Janjetovic fans to read only “the end product of a particular situation.”
“It so happened that 5 years, 3 of them played every minute of every game, not good enough for some of the coaching staff buddy,” Janjetovic wrote.
“I didn’t want at the club, which was out of my control, I had no choice.
“Why do you think nobody commented on this?? All questions are dodged or say that I made their hands??
“What is it, lol as the player’s contract to force the clubs hand, come on.
“In fact, they came into contact with opponents and told them they can have me I didn’t even know about it.”
Janjetovic also claimed Sydney has rejected a proposed move to Newcastle, because the club holds a swap transaction with Redmayne, who is willing to sign with the table topping side as a backup Vukovic is.
“Mate, after several months of lies and being treated like I’m not wanted there, there’s only so much people can take,” he said.
“I did and I said, let me go instead of Newcastle. You know what they told me. WHAT’S IN IT FOR US??
“So in their eyes the Wanderers was what they wanted, and they sold me for it.”
Sydney has kept largely quiet about the Saga, but Arnold said he never wanted to leave Janjetovic.
“I wanted two No1 goalkeepers,” Arnold said last week.
“Vedran decided to leave and he forced us to leave.
“So it is with regret on my part that we released it, that’s all I’ll say about that – it is a complicated matter.”