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Supporter Sites: Europe : Croatia : Players For the soccer Fans! Saturday, 6th August 2005, 2212 CEST (53 Fans Online) This site is dedicated to davor suker, croatian players and supporters. http://www.supportersites.com/Europe/Croatia/Players/
Extractions: Friday, 16th September 2005, 08:33 CEST (32 Fans Online) Soccer News Live Scores League Tables New Sites ... Advertising Live Internet Radio Listen to the best Live Radio for Supporters on the web. Click Here and get ready to hear the latest hits directly on your pc! You can even choose from a wide selection of players, so there's no excuse for not trying it out. Our Partner Sites Submit a Site Modify a Site Home Europe ... Bernard Vukas - Bajdo Legendary Croatian Player. URL: http://www.bernardvukas.com/ Report Dead Link Davor Suker URL: http://www.davorsuker.de/ Report Dead Link Davor Suker's Home Page I love Davor Suker. My home page supports him. URL: http://www1.odn.ne.jp/takako-9-suker/englishindex.htm Report Dead Link Igor Tudor Fans Site Benvenuti nel sito dedicato al futuro miglior difensore del mondo. URL: http://igortudor.cjb.net/ Report Dead Link In Suker We Trust This site is dedicated to Davor Suker, croatian players and supporters. URL: http://www.geocities.com/mariostanic13/ Report Dead Link Marijo Maric Official web site of Marijo Maric. URL: http://www.marijo-maric.de/
Extractions: Soccer Fans Network Forums Other European Soccer French Soccer PDA View Full Version : What's this rumour I hear Davor Suker is maybe going to P.S.G? is this true? Zvonimir 06-01-2000, 02:34 AM Anyone have more info? Omar 06-13-2000, 10:26 PM Not really, but it's very likely. West Ham or PSG, in my opinion. :)
Extractions: Soccer Fans Network Forums Other European Soccer East European Soccer PDA View Full Version : Bulgaria-Croatia Soccer war!!!!!!!!! PrAvI HrVaT 05-08-2005, 12:21 PM IN this thread, we mus fight like civilized people, we can only use soccer facts to prove our points. NO RACISM OR ANY THING OFF THE TOPIC OFF SOCCER. PrAvI HrVaT 05-08-2005, 12:21 PM I beleive croatia is better because we were 3rd in 98'. PrAvI HrVaT 05-08-2005, 12:22 PM I also beleive we are better because one of our players won the golden boot at a world cup. 05-08-2005, 02:25 PM hmmm.. good thread pravi.. and a very tough one to call..
Ireland.com / Today / Sport / Soccer Even davor suker, who has hardly played club football since grabbing the Golden 11Alen Boksic (Middlesbrough/Eng), 9-davor suker (1860 Munich/Ger), http://www.ireland.com/sports/soccer/worldcup2002/croatia.htm
Extractions: September 16, 2005 Take me to... TODAY The Irish Times Breaking News Sports Business Technology The Ticket Weather Crosswords Sudoku Archive Search CLASSIFIEDS Jobs Property Motors SERVICES Ancestors Dating Email Explore Ireland Mobile Personal Notices Photosales Training Travel Shopping Prices THE IRISH TIMES BREAKING NEWS NEWS IN FOCUS SPORT ... Other Sport Vintage of 98 hard to replace CROATIA PROFILE: After finishing third in France 98, Croatia will need to strike the right balance between youth and experience to sparkle in the Orient, writes Paul Doyle One thing is clear: do not judge Croatia's ability by their performances in friendlies. Manager Mirko Jozic will no doubt arrange a stack of them before next summer, but the chances of any of his players taking them seriously are roughly the same as the chances of Robert Prosinecki guiding Portsmouth to the Premiership title. Prosinecki is still a central schemer for his national team, as is Alen Boksic (right). The presence of such stars at glum English clubs such as Portsmouth and Middlesborugh may be incongruous, but there is nothing odd about their place in Jozic's team. And just to prove youth is no substitute for class, it was Boksic who bagged qualification with the crucial winner against Belgium (he also notched the goal that sealed qualification for France '98, but injury meant he missed out on Croatia's glorious expedition in the Finals).
Ireland.com / Today / Sport / Soccer Robert Proscinecki, and eventual Golden Boot winner davor suker. When sukershot them into the lead in their semifinal against France, http://www.ireland.com/sports/soccer/worldcup2002/1998.htm
Extractions: September 16, 2005 Take me to... TODAY The Irish Times Breaking News Sports Business Technology The Ticket Weather Crosswords Sudoku Archive Search CLASSIFIEDS Jobs Property Motors SERVICES Ancestors Dating Email Explore Ireland Mobile Personal Notices Photosales Training Travel Shopping Prices THE IRISH TIMES BREAKING NEWS NEWS IN FOCUS SPORT ... Other Sport France finally arrive, Brazil take a tumble France 98 simultaneously saw the inauguration of the hosts as a great footballing power and the slide of the erstwhile holders, Brazil, into the ranks of the mediocre. The home sides facile victory expunged the foul memories of 1982 and 1986, when the French fell at the penultimate hurdle, and ignited scenes of celebration all along the Seine. The main toast of France was Zinedine Zidane, a quiet marseillais of Algerian origin who began his voyage to hero status with a red card against Saudi Arabia but culminated it with two goals in the final. Back in Brazil, fans, shocked at the teams spiritless display in a 3-0 defeat, demanded to know what befell their "phenomenon" 21 year-old striker Ronaldo collapsed and lost consciousness on the morning of the match and played in the final despite being visibly dazed. Vasca da Gama striker Edmundo, who was named as Ronaldos replacement until, just 45 minutes before kick-off, the official teamsheet was retracted and changed, muttered dark allegations as to why Ronaldo was risked and, months later, Brazilian congress ordered an investigation. But its findings were inconclusive.
Extractions: Updated: Monday June 03, 2002 09:11 AM ET Mon June 3 Games Ecuador Italy 2 - FINAL Mexico 1 Croatia - FINAL Turkey 1 Brazil 2 - FINAL WORLD CUP MATCH SUMMARY Recap Match Summary Today's Scoreboard Mexico 1, Croatia - Final GOAL SCORING MEX - Cuauhtemoc Blanco (PK), 61st min. Live Match Commentary Up-to-the-Second Score: Mexico 1, Croatia FINAL Final match report Final whistle blows. Mexico wins 1-0. 90'+1 Croatia corner kick is cleared. 90'+1 Perez comes off line to get a touch on Simunic's point-blank shot after long throw-in is flicked on. 90' Croatia appeals for penalty kick after player goes down in area off a cross from right. 87' Croatia corner kick headed away; poorly struck shot off clearance leaves Croatia offside. Rapaic had earned corner kick along left touchline. 86' Pletikosa blocks Morales' close-range shot from tight angle on left. 85' Croatia heads away Morales' dangerous far-post cross from left. 83' Pletikosa comes out to grab through ball before Hernandez can catch up to it.
Utusan Online's World Cup '98 Croatian forward davor suker waves the national flag after winning with his team davor suker who scored the second goal for this during the 1998 soccer http://www.utusan.com.my/Utusan/WorldCup/bergambar.asp
Extractions: Croatian forward Davor Suker (L) watches the ball shot by teammate Robert Prosinecki (hidden on R) go into the net for a goal as Dutch goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar (R) looks on during the1998 Soccer World Cup third place match between the Netherlands and Croatia, 11 July at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris.
2002 FIFA World Cup - Teams - Croatia davor suker and Alen Boksic will line up next to each other as outright strikers . Both Alen Boksic and davor suker have struggled this past season with http://www.cbc.ca/sports/soccer/teams/croatia.html
CBC Sports Online Euro 2004 Teams Croatia He became a legend in European soccer during a successful stint with Italy s davor suker The top goalscorer at France 98, suker lifted Croatia to a http://www.cbc.ca/sports/soccer/euro2004/teams/croatia.html
Op / Ed: Opinions And Editorials After a couple weeks of holiday cheer, it was time for the soccer star Croatianstriker davor suker will be free of Arsenal and could be had by MLS http://www.soccertimes.com/oped.htm
Extractions: Players seek the safety found between the touch lines. (Sunday, February 18, 2001) Rio Ferdinand, the world's most expensive defender, injured himself watching television recently and is expected to miss at least two games for England's Leeds United. Ferdinand, who cost Leeds a hefty $26.5 million to acquire, is just the latest soccer player to suffer a freak off-field injury. Full story. Before turning to the year ahead, it's time for a quick look at 2000. (Tuesday, January 2, 2001) Today was a great day. After a couple weeks of holiday cheer, it was time for the soccer community to look ahead and focus on the challenges of the coming year. But first, its time to offer the best and worst of 2000. Full story.
Extractions: MLS directory LONDON (Monday, April 24, 2000) Much has been written recently about Major League Soccer signing a Mexican player with "superstar" status. Presumably it will cost the league a bundle, but the league apparently feels the investment is worth the risk given the large contingent of Mexican-Americans in MLS cities. However, there is another superstar that will be available in less than a month and he will cost nothing in transfer fees. Reliable reports out of London this week state that Davor Suker is on his way out at Arsenal. The Croatian international will be allowed to leave on a free transfer at the end of the Premier League season in May. The 32-year-old striker will be coming up on an option year of his contract which Arsenal is reluctant to pick up. The club already has powerful weapons up front including Dennis Bergkamp, Thierry Henry, and Nwanku Kanu, and are making a strong move in obtaining Europe's most sought-after striker, PSV Eindhoven's Ruud van Nistelrooy. With so many weapons up front, the club feels it has the luxury of letting Suker go. Many will remember that Suker was the top scorer at the World Cup in France '98. His six goals helped lead Croatia to a surprise third-place finish, including a 3-0 upset of Germany. His thunderous left foot was legendary in Spain after successful seasons with Real Madrid, even though he found himself on the bench during the club's run at the European Cup in 1998.
Croatia News June 16 Argentine soccer star Diego Maradona showed that his health has davor suker, Croatia s Golden Boot winner at the 1998 World Cup in France, http://www.topix.net/world-soccer/croatia
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Extractions: Croatia's all-time leading scorer Davor Suker believes the team are coming into form at just the right time. The 33-year-old striker was instrumental in his country's third-place finish at the 1998 World Cup, where he won the Golden Boot with And Suker, who has scored 36 goals in 45 games for Croatia, says expectations to repeat their previous success are not a burden on him or team as a whole. He said: "We are now playing better and everything is falling into place as we near the World Cup. "When I am out on the pitch, I want to play and enjoy soccer. I have always been ready to pull my weight for the Croatian team in any way.
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