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    Russia CSKA Moscow (1st)  – Russia

    Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv (1st) – Ukraine
    Czech Republic Viktoria Plzeň (1st) – Czechia
    Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk (2nd) – Ukraine
    Czech Republic Sparta Prague (2nd) – Czechia
    Croatia Dinamo Zagreb (1st) – Croatia
    Poland Legia Warsaw (1st) – Poland
    Belarus BATE Borisov (1st) – Belarus

    Bulgaria Ludogorets Razgrad (1st) – Bulgaria
    Serbia Red Star Belgrade (1st) – Serbia 
    Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana (1st) – Slovenia
    Slovakia Trenčín (1st) – Slovakia

    Bosnia and Herzegovina Zrinjski Mostar (1st) Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Republic of Macedonia Vardar (1st) – Mecedonia

    Montenegro Mladost Podgorica (1st) – Montenegro



    Belarusian BATE Borisov sucks big times.

    I like Dynamo Minsk who were champion of USSR in 1982. They were bronze medalists on several occasions — 1954, 1962, 1983. Minsk were cup finalists on several occasions.



    While I was watching football I used to be Red Star fan. Today I only watch their Euroleague basketball matches.



    I prefer Hajduk Split over Dinamo Zagreb for Croatia but Hajduk isn’t in this year. At least HSK Zrinjski Mostar is in for Bosnia which is my third favorite team in the region. 




    My favourite clubs of Yugoslovia are 

    Crvena Zvezda (football) and  Cibona Zagreb (Basketball)



    In Serbia i prefer Partizan
    @Xekoslav in Croatia i’m not sure, if i should chose some team i would probably go with Hajduk or Rijeka. But the hate is just too big :(




    >In Serbia i prefer Partizan

    Duh! I don’t like Partizan.



    @Sviatogor Obviusly you don’t since you stated Crvena Zvezda :)




    Partizan sucks big times. They never won anything.  :)



    The best football clubs from Slavic countries are Dynamo Kiev and Crvena Zvezda.



    Go Ukraine! :D




    The strongest team USSR ever had was in 1986-1988. The team had around 8-10 players from Dynamo Kiev managed by Valery Labonovsky – Ukrainian after whom the largest football field is named in Kiev. 



    It all depends how you look at it, i mean yeah ofc they won international cup and became champions of the world in 1991, while Partizans biggest achievment was to come 2nd in Europe in 1966. But that is only football. 



    Serbs and Russians feel themselves as brothers. Partizan fans bashed Spartak Moscow fans after they played against Crvena Zvezda in Belgrade.

    I am sure Partizan fans would bash Belarusians and Ukrainians if they visit Belgrade.



    Legia… eh

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