Category: Balkans

Blog posts covering the Balkans area in football.

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Slavoljub Muslin – Sacking Shows Serbia’s Lack of Direction

Slavoljub Muslin – Sacking Shows Serbia’s Lack of Direction

Damir Kulas - A few weeks ago, I sat down and commenced writing a piece on how the unfashionable Slavoljub Muslin had taken Serbia out of internation ...
A Glorious Summer – When Crvena Zvezda Toured the UK

A Glorious Summer – When Crvena Zvezda Toured the UK

Manuel Veth - The 1990-91 season is one that will be forever etched into the history books of Crvena Zvezda Belgrade, known abroad as Red Star Belgra ...
Ange Postecoglou – Scouting Eastern European Replacements

Ange Postecoglou – Scouting Eastern European Replacements

Damir Kulas - With rumours rife that Ange Postecoglou will leave his post following November’s qualifiers, here are ten candidates from Eastern Europ ...
Constantin Dumitrascu – A Case Study Into Forbes “World’s Most Powerful Soccer Agent”

Constantin Dumitrascu – A Case Study Into Forbes “World’s Most Powerful Soccer Agent”

Costin Ștucan – How is it possible for a reputable media company as Forbes to name a ghostly character like Constantin Dumitrascu as the world’s seco ...
#WePlayStrong”: Women’s Football in the Balkans

#WePlayStrong”: Women’s Football in the Balkans

Valerio Fabbri - What is the status of women's football in the Balkans? Valerio Fabbri takes a look at the region and highlights that there has been ...
Hajduk Split – The History Behind Goodison’s Crowd Trouble

Hajduk Split – The History Behind Goodison’s Crowd Trouble

Tom Wood - After finishing a respectable third in Croatia’s Prva HNL behind a wild HNK Rijeka side and a Dinamo Zagreb team heavily favoured by the c ...
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