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Matko Djarmati

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Full name  Matko Djarmati
–2001  HNK Rijeka
Current team  KS Kastrioti
Number  25
Height  1.85 m

Playing position  Midfielder
Role  Football player
Place of birth  Rijeka, Croatia
Name  Matko Djarmati
Position  Midfielder
Matko Djarmati
Date of birth  (1982-02-24) 24 February 1982 (age 33)

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Matko Djarmati (Serbian Cyrillic: Матко Ђармати) (born 24 February 1982) is an ex Croatian football player who finish his cariere as a Midfielder for Kastrioti Krujë in Albanian First Division. Currently Matko is student of FSHF Uefa Pro License, and in possessions of UEFA A licence for coaching!


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Club career

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Djarmati previously played for NK Rijeka in the Croatian Prva HNL and KS Skenderbeu Korce in Albanian Superliga. He also played for Lamia F.C. in the Greek Gamma Ethniki.

He finished one of the best Croatian schools for football (HNK Rijeka), and started his professional career in the same club. With HNK Rijeka he played some international games, part of UEFA league. After that, he played in Croatian second Division and one year in Greece. From 2009 until now Djarmati has played in Albanian Superleague.

Dinamo Tirana

On 2 September 2012, Djarmati extented his contract with Dinamo Tirana for another one season, keeping him at the club until the end of 2012–13 season.

Tërbuni Pukë

On 22 March 2015, Djarmati received the first red-card of his career for punching a player during the 0–3 away win against Ada Velipojë. He was banned for five matches, and returned in the first team for the league match against Adriatiku Mamurras on 9 May. In this match, Djarmati started and played full-90 minutes as Tërbuni didn't go more and a goalless draw.

Kastrioti Krujë

On 13 July 2015, Djarmati returned to Kastrioti Krujë after almost five years by signing a one-year contract. He was given number 25 for the 2015–16 season. About this transfer, Djarmati said: "I'm very happy that i will be part of Kastrioti for the new season. I'm optimist that this team will be a rival to be promoted in Albanian Superliga next season".

Djarmati started the season by playing only 25 minutes in team's opening match of the season against Erzeni Shijak on 12 September 2015, helping his side to start the season in the right way with a 2–1 win. He scored his first goal of the season one week later in the second match of the league, netting the first goal of his team that equaled the 0–2 disadvantage into a 2–2 draw against Adriatiku Mamurras. He appeared again as a second-half substitute. In the beginning of September Djarmati suffered an injury that kept him outside of the field for three weeks.

On 30 September, Djarmati was again in the score sheet as he scored a decisive goal in a 2–1 lose against Besëlidhja Lezhë in the returning leg of the first round of 2015–16 Albanian Cup, helping Kastrioti to pass the round with the away goal rule after winning the first match 1–0. In his first match as a starter on 7 November, Djarmati scored a brace as Kastrioti thrashed 4–1 KS Burreli in the week 8 of the league.


As of 12 November 2015


Tërbuni Pukë
  • Albanian First Division: Runner-up 2014–15
  • Personal life

    Djarmati is married with Gerta Heta, a well-known singer and television moderator. The couple was married in 2010. They baby daughter, Luna, was born in one year later.


    Matko Djarmati Wikipedia

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