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Algeria’s World Cup Coach to Open Hotel in Dubrovnik

CroatiaDinamo Zagreb’s former Bosnian coach Vahid Halilhodžić, who guided Algeria to the round of 16 at the football World Cup in Brazil last summer, is set to open a hotel in Dubrovnik…

Halilhodžić, who was regarded as one of the best players to come out of the region in the 1970’s and 80’s, has reportedly purchased the ‘Lapad Castle’ commercial complex block in the popular Southern Dalmatian tourist city, and plans to turn it into a hotel, writes Dubrovački vjesnik.

According to the report, Halilhodžić who has also managed Paris St-Germain, Ivory Coast and Lille, spent around 3 million euros on the investment. Halilhodžić, who left his role at Algeria after the World Cup, already owns a villa in Dubrovnik.

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