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Croatia Appoint Zoran Vulić for U-19 Job

CroatiaFormer  Hajduk Split, Mallorca, Nantes and Croatian international Zoran Vulić has been appointed the coach of the Croatia U-19 team…

Vulić, who has also coached Hajduk Split and was assistant to Otto Barić for Croatia at the 2004 EURO, was presented to the media on Friday and will take over from the sacked Ivan Gudelj.
“It is my honour to take this position. One of my childhood, coaching dreams is fulfilled. I had some offers from China, but they did not materialize. My goal is to pass the qualifying group, and I believe in this generation, there is a big future in front of them. It is up to me to lift them to their maximum,” said Vulić. (pic: HNS)

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