The only thing I know about Dino Seremet is he played a stormer on loan to Doncaster when they beat Villa 3-0 in the cup in November. He's only 25 so he's a long way to go but he's aff to a pretty good start.
Achterberg is a long way from being finished, but it might not do any harm if we tried to hold onto him for another bit
Right, after not even knowing who Dino was at 4:45 on Monday, I decided to take a look into who he was and right a little artical for my site on him. So here is what I've come up with, hope it helps:
So who is Dino Seremet? No, really!
Story by Matthew Jones 4 January 2006
Like a number of others I'm sure, I turned up at Prenton Park on Monday to find a player I had never set eye apon in a Tranmere shirt before.
I had heard rumours on other forums that Tranmere had landed a new goal keeper on loan for one month, but I didn't trust them, as niether the official Tranmere Rovers site nor the Text Service that the club runs telling fans all the latest news had brought me the news.
However, there he was, warming up with Eric Nixon and Phil Palethorpe at the Kop end on Monday and there he was again at 3:00 with a Green goalkeeper's jersey on bearing the number 30 and "Seremet" on the back.
So my eyes couldn't be decieving me, and the rumours were true, Tranmere had indeed signed a goalkeeper on loan - unless it was Theo again or Steve Wilson on stilts with a fake tan and hair die.
So, I'm now going to take a brief look into this mystery goalkeeper.
Dino Seremet is a 25 year-old Slovenian who was second choice goalkeeper to Marlon Beresford at Luton Town (Coca-Cola Championship) before his loan move to Tranmere.
Last season, the giant 193cm tall keeper managed just six league starts and a seventh as sub whilst making one F.A. Cup appearence.
He also spent time on loan at Doncastor Rovers (League One) this season, making one league start and one league cup start. In these two games he kept two clean sheets and was involved in the League Cup giant killing of Aston Villa which finished 3-0 to Doncastor.
However, injury prevented any further appearences for Doncastor and he has been unable to make an appearence since returning to Luton.
Dino arrived at Prenton Park just two or so hours before Rovers kicked off on Monday against Rotherham, which Tranmere won 3-2.
The Slovan impressed Rovers fans with his quick throw-outs and kicking and an impressive save from a Rotherham free-kick.
Although he couldn't have prevented Rotherham's first goal, he maybe could have done better on their second. However, he could be one to look out for, but Jonny A looks better.
I think Achto's still got a couple of weeks remaining on the sidelines and I don't think he will be rushed back in action... he'll probably be back late February. I think Dino's done well... and 4 clean sheets in 5 games shows that. I'd liked to think we could maybe sign him permanently at the end of the season. Apparently Luton can recall him though if they need him during those 2 months.
What do you mean exactly? That's he got his coaching badges? That he's mentoring the other goalkeepers? If one or both of those then I'd agree. If you mean he's taken Eric Nixon's job as goalkeeping coach, I haven't heard anything about that.