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Dinamo Zagreb Plane Forced to Land in Ljubljana En Route to UEFA League Match in Sofia

Dinamo Zagreb have had a longer than planned journey to Sofia in Bulgaria for their UEFA Europa League match against Ludogorets on Thursday night, after their charter plane had technical problems and had to make a forced landing on Wednesday.

Players on board before technical problems forced the plane to ground in Ljubljana (pic: GNK Dinamo)

Players on board before technical problems forced the plane to ground in Ljubljana (pic: GNK Dinamo)

Dinamo Zagreb’s Slovenian Adria Airways plane experienced difficulties not long after taking off from Zagreb on Wednesday morning, and was forced to land in Ljubljana where the plane was to be fixed. “We are bored at the airport because our plane has had problems, We were forced to land and now we have to wait 2 hours before we can fly again,” commented striker Junior Fernandes.

Players hanging around the airport in Zagreb (pic: Facebook)

Players hanging around the airport in Zagreb (pic: Facebook)

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