The great team that Yugoslavia would have today if it still existed

The great team that Yugoslavia would have today if it still existed
Croatia is the example of the great team that Yugoslavia would have if it had not disappeared as such. PHOTO: sdpnoticias

Surely you ever thought, the great team that Yugoslavia would have if it still existed. Italy 90, the World Cup last saw a selection of Yugoslavia as such. The terrible war that ravaged the Balkans in the early 90, high bill claimed human lives.

The conflict, Apart from numerous civilian casualties and countless material damage in the affected cities, also it caused a division in the area in many countries. A) Yes, the former Yugoslavia He gave way to Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Croatia, Bosnia, Slovenia and despite not being recognized by the United Nations and have had their own war too late 90, Kosovo.

A sporting level, It took that despite having qualified for the Euro 1992, what were disqualified He propitiated the entry of Denmark to the tournament and eventually, he would be champion of the tournament. After the end of the Balkan War, all nations that made up the former Yugoslav territory, They came to have their own selections, and even though not official, the Kosovars in this century.

The last time he saw Yugoslavia as a team in a World Cup

That team that went to Italy 90 gathered from other players like Robert Prosinecki, Pedja Mijatovic, Davor Suker, Boban and Savicevic among many others, something that only a few years later, and it would be impossible. The team that indeed, he eliminated Spain, was the last combination of Yugoslavia was in World.

After the absence in USA 94 for the war, we saw in France 98 the first selection of Croatia was going to be fourth in that tournament. curiously 20 years later, he would be runner-up to the French in Russia 2018.

 

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An image of Yugoslavia in Italy 90. Photo: Fotolog.com

 

The great team that Yugoslavia would have today if they had not separated

Oblak and Handanovic (Slovenia), Dmitrovic, Subotic, Maksimovic, Kolarov, Tadic, Mitrovic, Lukic, Ljajic, Matic, Milinkovic-Savic, Jovic, Radoja and Ivanovic (Serbia), Perisic, Modric, Pasalic ,Rakitic, Roe deer, Lovren, Kovacic, Halilovic s Mandzukic (Croatia), Savic, Jovetic y Vucinic (Montenegro), Dzeko s Pjanic (Bosnia), Pandev, Alioski and Bardhi (Macedonia) or others of Balkan origin who play in other teams such as Shaquiri, Drmic y Gavranovic (Switzerland) among many other competitive players.

And the Balkan player has always had a very desirable profile in European football for its easy adaptation and language learning and characterized as technical players and fine stylists with the ball. As always politics and other social issues and ethnic course, influence but do not tell me that for a moment have not imagined a Yugoslav selection. It sure would be great to see you play.

Alberto Llopis

Alberto Llopis

Hanged for football fully. Attempt to gather letters and tell stories in Colgadosporelfutbol.com. Specialist retro football Current. Football Coach Level II. You can follow me on @AlbertiniLlopis @colgadosfutbol

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