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Dinamo Zagreb Display ‘Banned’ Fans List At Turnstiles

Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb celebrated their league victory in front of just over 1,000 people on the weekend when they played Slaven Belupo at their Maksimir stadium as fans protested in front of the stadium’s West stand.

Dinamo Zagreb officials refused to permit a number of fans into the stadium after displaying an ‘unwanted’ list of fans, supplied by Zagreb police, at the turnstiles. A large number of fans then protested under the West stand in support of those not let in.

The list of ‘provocateurs’ has caused controversy in Croatia with the media questioning the legality of the list.

The list, which came from Zagreb police, was put up at ticket booths so they (fans) coud see easier whether or not their names were on the list and as proof for those who were told they could not purchase a ticket for the match or go into the stadium, said a statement from Dinamo Zagreb.

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