Hajduk Split

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Sport In Croatia - Team Sports - Association Football
2011 champion, with 13 total championships, followed by Hajduk Split with 6 championships (last one in 2005) ... in Croatian football, and has also been dominated by Dinamo Zagreb and Hajduk Split ... No Croatian Club has ever won the UEFA Champions League, however Hajduk Split, at the time Croatia's premier club, made it to the quarterfinals of the 1994-95 league, losing on aggregate to ...
List Of Croatian Football Transfers Winter 2008–09 - Transfers
08 Dec 2008 Tomasov, MarinMarin Tomasov Zadar Hajduk Split €400,000 12 Dec 2008 Golik, GordanGordan Golik Varteks Lech Poznań €250,000 12 Dec 2008 Brkljača ...
Slavko Luštica
... He played club football in Yugoslavia with NK Osvit and Hajduk Split ... Soon after that he signed for Hajduk Split, where he spent his entire playing career ... During WW2 he played in all of Hajduk's games after the club escaped (and was temporarily relocated) to the island of Vis in 1944 ...
Sportske Novosti Yellow Shirt Award - Winners - Croatian League
... Season Player Club 1992 Vučević, GoranGoran Vučević Hajduk Split 1992–93 Vlaović, GoranGoran Vlaović Croatia Zagreb 1993–94 Mladenović, MladenMladen Mladenović Rijeka 1994–95 ...
Sportske Novosti Yellow Shirt Award - Winners - Yugoslav League
... Player Club 1952–53 Vukas, BernardBernard Vukas Hajduk Split 1953–54 Bobek, StjepanStjepan Bobek Partizan 1954–55 Vidošević, JoškoJoško Vidošević Hajduk Split 1955–56 Horvat ...

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