Dennis Salanovic, once regarded among the best winger prospects in Europe because of his blistering speed and dribbling ability. He signed with Atletico Madrid and quickly impressed for their youth team--earning a call-up to Liechtenstein's national team. Being of Bosnian decent the Savez quickly got to work on bringing him over to us. When Bosnia scheduled a friendly with Liechtenstein in Tuzla, Dennis and his parents were invited to lunch with the Savez where he pledged to play for us in the future. The next day he made his debut for Liechtenstein. Afterwards, Liechtenstein traveled to Russia for an official qualifier and Dennis was listed as questionable because of injury, raising Bosnian's hopes that he wouldn't play and get cap tied, but he did end up playing and declared his allegiance to Liechtenstein. Shortly after, he was released by Atletico Madrid and signed with Croatian club Istra 1961, where he failed to win a place in the first team was forced to play for the reserves. After a year at Istra Dennis was released and signed with FC Balzers in the Swiss 4th league, currently on track to relegation into the fifth league.