Miroslav Stoch is a 23-year-old flamboyant winger from Slovakia. In 2005 he transferred to Chelsea making his big step towards recognition.
After only four appearances in a season, Stoch went on loan to the Dutch side Twente where he had 32 appearances with 10 goals in that season.
His dream of returning to Chelsea never came true. After his season on loan with Twente, Stoch signed a four-year deal with Fenerbahce.
His career with Fenerbahce may have started well but did not continue at the same level. Gradually he lost his position at the starting 11 and had even less participation in the team plan.
PAOK loan offer came at the right moment and Stoch agreed to the new challenge in his career.
This challenge, up to now, seems to be the one that will bring him back to his promise land. So far his performance is great. He already has scored three goals in four appearances and the fans simply worship him.
His name is already the talk of the town in Thessaloniki. He stated that he feels really good being appreciated and at the same time everyone shows trust in you and your abilities.
Stoch is among the best players of PAOK so far and he is promising more and more for the future.
The latest news in this story is the recent statements of the Slovakian international that he is here to stay.
In an interview during last week, Stoch made clear that he does not want to go back to Fenerbahce but he wants to stay where he feels that everyone have faith in him and this place is nowhere else than Toumba Stadium and PAOK.
Now the ball is is PAOK chairman Mr Savvidis's court. He may make an offer to Fenerbahce in order to sign Stoch on a permanent basis in December or wait until the end of the season in June.
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