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Smail Prevljak

Striker, Attacking Midfielder (Centre) S, AM (C) - Hertha

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03 Aug, 2024 at Olympiastadion Berlin
2. Bundesliga - Gameweek 1

About Smail Prevljak

Who is Smail Prevljak?

Smail Prevljak is 29-years-old, born on 10 May 1995, and is a right-footed professional football player from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Born in Konjic, Smail Prevljak has also played in Jupiler Pro League for AS Eupen, in Bundesliga for RB Salzburg, in Bundesliga for Mattersburg and in 2. Liga for Liefering. He currently plays as a Striker, Attacking Midfielder (Centre) in 2. Bundesliga for club Hertha.

How good is Smail Prevljak?

Based on our FC Ranking and match performance analysis he currently has a ranking of 48 out of 99 which is 'Far below Average-level' compared to other football players around the world.

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