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Croatia Not Allowed To Wear Famous Red And White Checkers Against Serbia

When Croatia runs out onto Zagreb’s Maksimir stadium on Friday night against Serbia in their World Cup qualifier they will not be wearing their legendary red and white checkers, becasue FIFA won’t allow them to.

Portal Net.hr reports that Croatia has been forced to wear their away all blue strip on Friday becasue according to FIFA and UEFA regulations, Croatia can not wear their red and white checkers against any nation that has red or white on their strip. Serbia will play in an all white strip. The match kicks off at 18:00 on Friday.

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