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Slovenian U-17 Captain Decides He Wants To Play For Croatia

He captained Slovenia at the U-17 European Championships, but Sven Dodlek (17) has reportedly pledged his alliance to Croatia.

Slovenian portal SIOL.net says that the talented Maribor midfielder, who can qualify to play for Croatia thanks to his father who moved to Slovenia from the northern Croatian town of Cakovec, has indicated that he wants to play for Croatia.

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