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There seems to be no peace in Serbia's national team. After the problems in the qualifier with Albania now the team is ripped with another scandal. It looks like there are a lot of problems in the locker room and even after the 2-0 victory against Greece the tension is high. 

Lazio's striker Filip Djordjevic feels unwanted in the team and according to RTS the former Red Star player refused to come in as a substitute last night. According to the Serbian media he has spoken to some of the coaches in the team and has told him about his decision. 

Djordjevic feels unhappy about his status in the team and that players like Mitrovic and Lazovic are in front of him in the pecking order and that is why he decided that he doesn't want to be part of the Serbian national team anymore. He has made 14 appearances and has scored 4 goals for Serbia. 

He was a first team player when Sinisa Mihajlovic was coach but after Dick Advocaat took over he has been on the bench. 
Author: Martin Meranzov
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