Bojan can’t get his head around the urgency to set a date for football’s return at a time when the rest of the world is still trying to get a handle on the coronavirus.
The former Stoke City playmaker is currently training on his own as he tries to prepare for a season with Montreal Impact – even if no one knows when it will get going.
He is missing sport, of course, but that’s secondary to a global crisis and he can’t believe that’s not the same for everyone.
“How is it possible that, in the middle of the battle against COVID-19, there are those who think beyond the present?” he writes in his blog for Sport Diario.
“I can understand that you plan for the future, with the aim of being prepare if the current scenario improves.
“But I am surprised by the need to set a specific schedule by those who manage football when not even countries dare to set a date to end the crisis.
“We live in a time of uncertainty and, surely, it is this feeling that I bear the worst.
“But I insist, not as far as football is concerned, but the fact of how this dramatic situation will affect, how it is already affecting, people. How it will affect my family, how it will affect my friends and society in general.”
Hope is emerging in China, where social distancing has been strictly managed over a sustained period, that the Chinese Super League could re-start in late spring.
But death rates are still rising in Europe and North America.
Bojan said: “I am a person who tries to empathise with the world around me and I love to see calm and motivated people, which is the opposite of what I am seeing right now.
“How will everything be? How will it also affect the world of sports? The questions accumulate and the answers are few.
“I am really concerned because what we are experiencing is uncontrollable and it is taking many people ahead. So, please, let’s worry about what really matters, which is saving lives and preventing the health crisis from turning into an economic crisis of unimaginable consequences.
“This virus makes us all equal: here there are no different nationalities, rich and poor, there are no races or languages… In this fight, we are all together or we will all pay the consequences.”