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Wikipedia Attack For Hajduk Player Who Signs For Biggest Rivals

It did not take long for fans of Croatian club Hajduk Split to react after one of their players earlier in the week completed a transfer to the club’s fiercest rivals – Dinamo Zagreb.

Portuguese defender Ruben Lima signed for Dinamo Zagreb and last night it looks as if Hajduk Split fans had hacked his ‘Wikipedia’ profile.

“Ruben Alexandre Rocha Lima (born 3 October 1989 in Lisbon) is a Portuguese asshole who plays as a left defender and sometimes as a defensive midfielder”  has since been corrected by admin staff.

Lima now joins Duje Cop, Ante Rukavina, Marijan Buljat, Mirko Hrgovic, Mladen Bartulovic, Danijel Hrman, Niko Kranjcar, Mate Dragicevic, Ivan Bosnjak, Mario Bazina, Goce Sedloski, Adrian Kozniku, Mladen Mladenovic, Renato Jurcec, Josko Jelicic, Stjepan Deveric, Vilson Dzoni, Bozidar Sencar, and Branko Stincic as players who have played for both clubs since the 1940’s.

The corrected version today

 

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