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Were You at Dinamo Zagreb’s UEFA Champions League Win Over Sturm Graz in 1999?


The UEFA Champions League is fast approaching, with English team Arsenal visiting Zagreb’s Maksimir Stadium for the first group match. No one is honestly expecting anything other than an away win, and that’s been the tone for the last several European campaigns.

Indeed, it’s been over 15 years since Dinamo’s last win in the group stages, a 3-0 win over SK Sturm Graz.
We’re looking for someone who was at that match as part of the crowd, to possibly appear on TV for a look back at that last victory. The film crew arrives in the capital this Tuesday (the 8th), so you’d want to be quick. Know someone? Then have them email [email protected] before Wednesday morning.
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