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    Anonymous

    I would like to remind all Slavorumers of biggest sucess of Serbian (and Yugoslav) footbal ever.  21 years ago, Champion of Yugoslavia, Crvena Zvezda (better known as Red Star outside Yugoslavia) won finals of European Champions' Cup (predcessor of Champions League) by defeating French champion Olimpiqe Marseille.

    Final was a held at the Stadio San Nicola in Bari, Italy, in front of 58, 000 people. After normal time and extra time without goals, the match was to be decided on penalty kicks.  Zvezda's players held their nerve, scored all kicks and won European Champions Cup. French player Amoros miss his penaltic in first serie so at end Zvezda win 5-3.
    Somebody could ask why I am posting it here, well it was tim consited exclusively of Slavs (precisely South Slavs -Serbs, Macedonians Bosniak and Croat). Only foreign player Miodrag Belodedić was ethnic Serb from Romania.

    1 Stevan Stojanović (c) 2 Refik Šabanadžović 3 Ilija Najdoski 4 Slobodan Marović 5 Miodrag Belodedić 6 Siniša Mihajlović 7 Robert Prosinečki  8 Vladimir Jugović 9 Darko Pančev 10 Dejan Savićević  11 Dragiša Binić
    Substitutes: 12 Milić Jovanović 13  Ivica Momčilović 14  Rade Tošić 15  Vlada Stošić 16  Vladan Lukić
    Coach was Ljupko Petrović.

    South Slavs on their way to conqer Europe.
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    Before Victory:
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    Zvezdas, fearless fans Delije, nightmare of all police forces in Europe:
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    Darko Pančev was top scorer of competition:
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    Penaltics:
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    Penaltics seen from eyes of Belgradians:
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    Well, we are the champions ;D
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    Of course, video is even better:

    Crvena Zvezda – Olympique Marseille penali 5:3
    Delije u Bariju 1991 – Koreografija i Bakljada
    Fk Crvena Zvezda 1991

    #382875

    Anonymous

    Good thread Dalibor. I didnt know this. :)

    #382876

    Anonymous

    Just one year earlier, the Delije and Dinamo Zagreb's Bad Blue Boys had fought the first "battle" of the Croatian War of Independence:

    http://www.onthisfootballday.com/football-history/may-13-the-match-that-started-a-war.php

    Football seems to be a fairly explosive affair down in the Balkans ;D

    #382877

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Just one year earlier, the Delije and Dinamo Zagreb's Bad Blue Boys had fought the first "battle" of the Croatian War of Independence:

    http://www.onthisfootballday.com/football-history/may-13-the-match-that-started-a-war.php

    Football seems to be a fairly explosive affair down in the Balkans ;D

    Well, war was allread in air and they fight eachother for years, even before anybody was thinking about separation of Yugoslavia. And all Serbian football fans (basketabll, handball even waterpolo, enjoy fighting, basically it is same bunch of football fans) enjoy fighting, police, Croatian fans, each other (Delije vs Grobari).
    Even when Serbia plays, hardcore Delije and Grobari do not mix. Only occasion when they mix (besides of aranged fights) is when they are protesting over so called gay pride. Due to treaths of football fans it was canceled for few years, it cuceed only once 2010, with 5000 policemen protecting 500 khm, participants.

    #382878

    Anonymous

    Ponos Jugoslavija ;D Nice thread.

    #382879

    Anonymous

    3везда je живот – Остало cy cитницe !!!

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    Saw the game live, just like the International Cup finals in Tokyo (damn, was that late at night!).

    Delije Sever – Zvezdo Zvezdana

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