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Who Turned up to Niko Kovač’s Birthday?

Croatia11Croatia manager Niko Kovač turned 43 yesterday, and after his side gifted him a present on Monday with a 6-0 thumping of Azerbaijan, it was the turn of his close friends and family to help him celebrate on Wednesday night…

Kovač celebrated with an intimate dinner with family and friends at Vallis restaurant in the Zagreb suburb of Sesvete , which just happens to be owned by his brother and assistant coach Robert. Along with his brother, Kovač was joined by former internationals Mario Stanić and Boško Balaban, as well as Dinamo Zagreb’s manager Zoran Mamić, and his brother Zdravko. (pic: Instagram)


Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamić with Robert's wife Anica

Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamić with Robert’s wife Anica


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