Zrinjski Mostar

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  1. Melbourne Croatia

    May 21, 2005
    Croatia
    A retail store in Australia called Jeanswest has been selling tops with Zrinjski Mostar emblazoned on them. I noticed that the tops have a double headed eagle where the Croatian grb should be on the Zrinjski Crest.

    I have never seen this on the Zrinjski Crest?

    Anybody know what is going on?


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  2. BBBulldog

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    Jun 25, 2004
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    no idea, does it have big CCCC on back too? :D
     
  3. Gilbertsson

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  4. Gilbertsson

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    Croatian club Zrinjski Mostar is the current leader in Bosnia - Herzegovina league, they have 38 points.

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    Croatia has another nice chance to achieve something special. Croatia could have two clubs as title holders in two countries.
     
  5. Gilbertsson

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  6. Gilbertsson

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    Croatian football club Zrinjski Mostar has won the Bosnia and Herzegovina national football league. Nice result, Croatia has two club titleholders in two countries: Croatia & Bosnia and Herzegovina.:)

    http://www.soccerstats.com/latest.asp?league=bosnia



     
  7. Gilbertsson

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    #7 Gilbertsson, May 29, 2017
    Last edited: May 29, 2017
    Nationalistic insults of Bosnian Muslims against Croatian football player Ivan Lendric who plays for FK Zeljeznicar (Bosnian Muslim club). Ivan Lendric took his jersey off and he doesn't want to play for this club anymore. It's interesting, that he is top goalscorer of Bosnia and Herzegovina league.


    After he scored for "his" club, he noticed insults from "his" Zeljeznicar fans. His fans insulted his Croatian mother.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Lendrić

    Still after many years, nationalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina can't be turned off. I don't understand how they can promote multicultural society, atmosphere of cultural mosaic. This is all because Croatian club Zrinjski Mostar won the title.

    Riots of Zeljeznicar fans during years


    If Bosnia and Herzegovina has three main ethnic, constitutive groups, why Croats need to see antagonism directed to them in their own Bosnia and Herzegovina? How can Croatian name be declined, ignored? That's why Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina don't like to play for Bosnia and Herzegovina, because they are not accepted among Bosnian Muslim fans. Why are Bosnian Muslims against Croatian Roman Catholic identity in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

    Bosnia and Herzegovina needs to introduce democratic values, religious tolerance.

    https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2017/country-chapters/bosnia-and-herzegovina

    Bosnia and Herzegovina just pretends to be multicultural...they could not agree about the national flag, national anthem....how can they agree about the future?

    I am very disappointed at the moment....:rolleyes:

    Croatian club Siroki Brijeg and their fans before and after the Bosnian Cup final match....real football atmosphere.

     
  8. Gilbertsson

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    2017 Zrinjski Title Celebration



     
  9. Gilbertsson

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  10. Gilbertsson

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    The situation with the Croatian clubs placed in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Premier Liga.:)

    https://www.soccerstats.com/latest.asp?league=bosnia

    Croatian clubs: NK Zrinjski Mostar, NK Siroki Brijeg, GOSK Gabela.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HŠK_Zrinjski_Mostar

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NK_Široki_Brijeg

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NK_GOŠK_Gabela

    The situation is not so great. Bosnian Muslim club FK Sarajevo is leading, same as Zeljeznicar, who is fourth. Serbian club Rad. Bijeljina is fifth.

    Not sure, do they have major quality for Croatian NT. Croatian players hold dual citizenships, some of them only Bosnian. They don't seem so strong for Croatia, but they could play for Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    https://www.transfermarkt.com/hsk-zrinjski-mostar/startseite/verein/6808

    https://www.transfermarkt.com/nk-siroki-brijeg/startseite/verein/1242

    https://www.transfermarkt.com/nk-gosk-gabela/startseite/verein/9544

    So far only 2 players, Toni Sunjic and Stjepan Loncar.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosnia_and_Herzegovina_national_football_team

    ....maybe it's time for another friendly - violent match.:confused:

     
  11. Gilbertsson

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  12. Gilbertsson

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    Fans of NK Zrinjski Mostar

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HŠK_Zrinjski_Mostar

    The club was founded by Croat youth in 1905 and is the oldest football club in Bosnia and Herzegovina. After World War II, all clubs that had participated in the wartime Prva HNL were banned in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia,:confused::rolleyes: Zrinjski being one of them.:confused: The ban lasted from 1945 to 1992.:rolleyes: The club was reformed after the independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It played in the Herzeg-Bosnia First League until 2000 when it joined the Premier League. In 2005, Zrinjski celebrated its first championship crown in the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.








    Fans of Siroki Brijeg

     

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