Extractions: Search Euro 2004 Portugal Soccer Shop Football News ... Home Soccerphile CONTENT About Us Advertise with Us Archives Betting Book Reviews Contact Us Currency Converter Discussion Board Friends Home i-mode/WAP Links News News Ticker Portugal 2004 Search Shop Site Map World Cup 2002 World Cup 2006 Zvonimir Boban, the former captain of the Croatian national team, has achieved something notable for a footballer - a university diploma - and is a serious contender for the both the position of deputy minister of sports and that of FA president. The 35-year-old former AC Milan star has recently graduated in history from Zagreb University, having submitted his thesis "Christianity in the Roman Empire" to Professor Petar Selem, a leading authority on the subject. After four years of study, the Croatian footballing idol has secured a Bachelor's Degree and the title of "professor" awarded to graduates of Zagreb's College of Arts and Letters. "He was a professor on the footballing pitch, and now he is one in academic sense," according to the Zagreb-based
Extractions: Search Euro 2004 Portugal Soccer Shop Football News ... Home Soccerphile CONTENT About Us Advertise with Us Archives Betting Book Reviews Contact Us Currency Converter Discussion Board Friends Home i-mode/WAP Links News News Ticker Portugal 2004 Search Shop Site Map World Cup 2002 World Cup 2006 Soccer News From The Balkans - Six weeks after the event, the police in Croatia still say they have no clue as to who murdered the well-known players' agent Dino Pokrovac in Zagreb. Hajduk Split took the 2005 league title but the talking point of the season was Miroslav Blazevic, a Dinamo icon, joining the new champions. Football War : For many Croats, the war of independence from Serbia did not start in June of 1991 as most history books will tell you. The "real" date was May 13th of 1990, when Dinamo Zagreb ultras, stood up against the Serb-controlled police and their foes, Red Star Belgrade followers, that were tearing Dinamo's stadium apart. Eduardo da Silva : Dinamo Zagreb fans celebrate an unlikely idol, the Brazilian Eduardo Da Silva Alves, a 21-year-old forward who came to Croatia four years ago and is now the most revered player of the Croatian First Division.
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Extractions: However, it was on the night of May 13, 1990, when Boban would become the symbol of a Croatian nations struggle for independence and international recognition. The 22-year-old lead Dinamo Zagreb on to the arena against Red Star Belgrade in a Yugoslav First Division fixture, but the match was non-existent, as a spiteful incident was soon to take place. A full-scale riot broke out involving two sets of fans and police, which spilled onto the arena. During the incident, Boban kicked a Yugoslav policeman, who, in Bobans view, was mercilessly attacking a Dinamo supporter. The incident lead to the Yugoslav Football Federation banning him for nine months, consequently placing his Italia 90 World Cup spot for Yugoslavia in jeopardy.
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Extractions: PLAYERS A B ... Links Complete Name: Zvonimir Boban Nationality: Croatian Place of Birth: Imotski, Croatia Date of Birth: Height: 183 cm Weight: 78 kg National Team: Croatia- A National team 2: Yugoslavia- A Current Club: Retired Position: Central Midfielder Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia), Bari (Italy), AC Milan (Italy), Celta Vigo (Spain) Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3 Picture 4 Zvonimir Boban (born October 8, 1968, in Imotski, Croatia) was a football midfielder who gained most of his fame playing for AC Milan. His professional career began with Dinamo Zagreb. In a now-famous incident, he defended a young fan from being beaten by the police during a riot that broke out in a match against Red Star Belgrade. He played a big part in Yugoslavia's win in the 1987 World Youth Championship, foreshadowing his future with Croatia. In 1991, Boban moved to AS Bari, but stayed there for only a season, because he was picked up by AC Milan. He stayed in Milan for 9 seasons, and enjoyed great successes with the club. He helped the team win the 1994 Champions League title and become runners-up in 1995. He won 4 Serie A titles with Milan as well. In 2001, with his role at Milan diminished, he was loaned to Celta Vigo, and played there for one year until his retirement in 2002.