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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old July 26th, 2004, 21:15 Thread Starter
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Bosnians Playing For Other NTs (Missing Pieces From Bosnian Dream Team)

Sweden:

01. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Ajax)

02. Bojan Djordjic (Manchester United)

Serbia-Montenegro:

03. Savo Milosevic (Osasuna)

04. Mladen Krstajic (Bremen)

05. Miroslav Stevic (Bochum)

Croatia:

06. Mario Stanic (Chelsea) - retired this summer

07. Drazen Ladic (played in WC 1998) - retired

08. Davor Suker (played in WC 1998) - retired

09. Ivan Klasnic (Bremen)

10. Igor Biscan (Liverpool)

11. Niko Kovac (Hertha Berlin)

12. Robert Kovac (Bayern Munich)

13. Dario Simic (AC Milan)

14. Stjepan Tomas (Fenerbahce)

15. Dado Prso (Rangers)

16. Bosko Balaban (Club Brugge)

17. Filip Tapalovic (Bochum)

18. Mato Neretljak (Hajduk Split)

Slovenia:

19. Ermin Siljak (Servette Genève)

20. Amir Karic (Torpedo Moscow)

21. Muamer Vugdalic (Shakhtar)

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Source: BH Dani, No. 343, January 9th, 2004.

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Veded! he plays in College here in the States and will sign a contract with PSG , france. A Great talent!
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but he doesn't play for the US NT..he plays for our U21 team...these are players playing for OTHER NT's.
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hmm I knew about the majority of the Croatia list, Klasnic actually had a choice between three countries! Bih, Croatia and Germany. Though I never knew about Biscan, Kovac brothers and Simic.
Imagine if some of these guys played for Bosnia, the team would be amazing along with some of the talent they have now!
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Interesting point. If we had all these players we would have had to field two teams, a Bosnian team and a Hercegovinian team just to fit them all in hehehe

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hmm I knew about the majority of the Croatia list, Klasnic actually had a choice between three countries! Bih, Croatia and Germany. Though I never knew about Biscan, Kovac brothers and Simic.
Imagine if some of these guys played for Bosnia, the team would be amazing along with some of the talent they have now!
Yes, Klasnic had a choice but so did many others on the list. Niko's and Robert's parents moved from Bosnia to Germany. Igor Biscan is from Bugojno. Dario Simic, I believe he is from Travnik or Livno (not exactly sure which one it is).

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Some of you are probably surprised to see Dado Prso on the list. His parents are from Bosanski Grahovac but moved to Zadar where Dado was born.

Source: BH Dani, No. 343, January 9th, 2004.
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Well if he was born in Zadar then why do you class him as a lost 'Bosnian NT' candidate?

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Well if he was born in Zadar then why do you class him as a lost 'Bosnian NT' candidate?

So if you marry a Bosnian woman and your child is born in Australia, he is not going to be Bosnian? That would be the same thing if you said Mark Viduka is not Croatian!
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Dj, with that logic, you can wipe out Milosevic, Krstajic and Stevic from your list. Even Djordjic.

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Dj, with that logic, you can wipe out Milosevic, Krstajic and Stevic from your list. Even Djordjic.
Exactly my point!

DJ you can't have it both ways, if we are going to chase players whose parents were born in Bosnia then you can't argue with the players playing for the Serbian and Croatian NT's because their parents were born over there.

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Bosanac, you did not answer my question.....
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Dj, with that logic, you can wipe out Milosevic, Krstajic and Stevic from your list. Even Djordjic.
Red Star, "Serbians" do not exist in Bosnia, only Orthodox Christian Bosnians. Muslims from Sandzak are not BOSNIAKS, they are SERBIANS. Milan Rapaic is not a Serb, he is an Orthodox Christian Croatian. Sinan Sakic and Saban Saulic are Muslims but they are Serbs. Nationality and religion are two different things, you should know this by now.
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So if you marry a Bosnian woman and your child is born in Australia, he is not going to be Bosnian? That would be the same thing if you said Mark Viduka is not Croatian!
huh?

Viduka is Croatian Australian. He was born in Australia and should be playing for Australia.

Going by your theory the Croatian, Serbian and BiH NT's would be completely different.
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this doesnt make any sense at all. djordjic is not a bosnian, prso isnt either, nor klasnic..whatever.... wishful thinking ;-)
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Monte, Bojan was born in Sarajevo. His dad is from Sarajevo and mom is from Zenica.
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Check Man Utd's site if you don't believe Red Star's, Bojan Djordjic was born in Belgrade.
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Or even his own website for that matter He was born in BG. I do believe he´s lived in Sarajevo for a while though.
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Red Star, "Serbians" do not exist in Bosnia, only Orthodox Christian Bosnians. Muslims from Sandzak are not BOSNIAKS, they are SERBIANS. Milan Rapaic is not a Serb, he is an Orthodox Christian Croatian. Sinan Sakic and Saban Saulic are Muslims but they are Serbs. Nationality and religion are two different things, you should know this by now.

True, Serbians do not live in BiH but in Serbia. SERBS, however,do live in BiH Nationality and religion are different you´re right, but you forget ethnicity. My view on the matter. Don´t discuss pls cause I´ve already read your opinion :smileani:
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Monte, please read some of Balkan's history books.
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