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Slaven Bilić Graces Cover of GQ Magazine

slaven-bilićHe is an old rocker at heart, so getting asked to pose for the cameras in a series of ‘trendy’ threads might have felt a bit foreign for former Croatia international and coach Slaven Bilić recently…

Bilić (46), who is the popular coach of Turkish club Bešiktaš, turned model for the day as he posed for a photo-shoot for GQ magazine. The former Everton and West Ham defender looked sharp and seemed to know what he was doing. Bilić, who is expecting a baby with his girlfriend Ivana Đeldum shortly, graces the cover of the latest edition of the popular magazine.

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