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Croatian Football Supporters’ Club Award Best and Biggest Hearted

Stipe PletikosaThe official supporters club of the Croatian football team, “Uvijek vjerni” (Always faithful) have handed out their annual awards for 2013…

Veteran goal keeper Stipe Pletikosa received the award for the ‘biggest hearted and best player’ for 2013. Pletikosa, who now has played 109 times for his country, was rewarded for his consistent form and heart shown in what was a topsy turvy World Cup qualifying campaign. Previous winners of the award include Vedran Runje, Josip Šimunić, Darijo Srna and Mario Mandžukić. The award for the ‘young hope’ went to Fiorentina’s Ante Rebić, while legendary coach  Miroslav Ćiro Blažević received a life time achievement award.

Uvijek vjerni's Zagreb headquarters

Uvijek vjerni’s Zagreb headquarters

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