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Zagreb Basketball Manager Found Dead

Croatian basketball club KK Zagreb are in shock at the news of the death of their team manager and marketing manager Zoran Sucevic (44).

Police found Sucevic’s body in the early hours of Thursday near a volleyball court at Zagreb’s lake Jarun, writes Vecernji list. It has been reported that his colleagues do not believe that he took his own life and a police investigation is under way to find the cause of Sucevic’s death.

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