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If Yugoslavia hadn't broken up...


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Think about how good a team they would have. Players from Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Macedonia...

This is a possible starting XI, I've probably missed some players though.

Begovic (maybe someone else)

Srna Vidic Lovren/Ivanovic Kolarov

Modric Kranjcar Krasic

Vucinic Dzeko Pandev

With players like Jovetic, Kuzmanovic, Pjanic, Pranjic, Rakitic, Olic, Petric, Jelavic, Papac, Vuckevic and Stankovic just missing out :crywank:

Not a bad team at all!

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Just think of France 98.

Prosinecki, Jarni, Suker, Boban, Bilic, Boksic + Milosevic, Mjatovic, Mihaijlovic, Savicevic, Jugovic, Stankovic, Stoijkovic, Pancev + Salihamidzic + Zahovic.

Boban and Savicevic supplying Mjatovic and Suker upfront, with Jugovic, Stankovic and Prosinecki doing the grafting in midfield with a defence marshalled by Bilic and Mihaijlovic :drool:

Remember Robert Jarni joined Coventry and left for Real Madrid before he'd even played a game

Classic

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On that topic, it's a fascinating period in history. Really complex and hard to get your head around the split-up.

But yeah, they would have won something or done well if they had stuck together.

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