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Croatia Boss Asks Facebook Followers For Team Selection Advice


The boss of Croatia’s national football side has turned to the fans to help him with team selection for an important World Cup qualifying match against Wales in Osijek, Croatia on Tuesday.

Igor Stimac, who recently joined the millions on social network Facebook, has posted a unusal request suggesting his 2,600 plus followers to offer suggestions on the starting line-up and even the formation they should play in their next match.

“I am opening a discussion about the next match on Tuesday 16.10 against Wales,” Stimac posted, before continuing to ask followers, “What is your ideal line-up and what formation would you go with against Wales 4-3-3? Knock yourself out!

To date over 600 people have given Stimac their 2 cents worth about who should run onto the paddock on Tuesday. Stimac has been very open on his facebook page, replying to critics and posting behind the scene photos.

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