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The Yugoslavia national football team represented the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in association football. It enjoyed success in international competition. In , during the Yugoslav wars, the team was suspended from international competition as part of a United Nations. 11 Jul SBS Sport Documentary As it Happened: The Last Yugoslav Football Team Saturday 12 July @ pm. Boban, Prosinecki, Savicevic, Mihajlovic, Suker. Born in the same country and growing up with the same dream. In they became World Youth Champions in Chile. The?Chileans? (as the team. I remember watching this years ago - tremendous story of the last days of the Yugoslavian countries and the football team. Cant find it it anywhere in English and would really like to see it again. Any help would be appreciated.
30 May In terms of football in the Balkans, it is quite probably their finest hour. In the meantime, their country was tearing itself apart as a result of centuries of ethnic and religious tensions. The issues began in Slovenia, although in reality the Yugoslav War – what became an umbrella term for the wars in the Balkans. 12 Oct Monica Seles, who won a number of Grand Slams in the early 90s and topped the WTA rankings, was Yugoslavian. In football, the Under World Cup showed that the future of Yugoslav football was bright. At the team tournament held in Chile, Yugoslavia easily made it to the final where they. The last Yugoslav football team. [Pieter Van Huystee; Vuk Janoć; SBS-TV.; NPS Productions.; Pieter van Huystee Film & TV.;] -- In , the last Yugoslav football team became World Youth Champions in Chile. The "Clileans" (as the team affectionately became know) played together until the war broke out and Yugoslavia.
22 Dec Does anyone know where I can find a copy of this with English subtitles? One of the best football docos ever made, I can't believe the difficulty in. 24 Jul In the build-up to the tournament, the Yugoslav Football Federation (FSJ) made no secret of the fact they were sending a team only to fulfil their obligation to Fifa. Their captain, Aleksandar Djordjevic, had been sent off in the final qualifying match in Hungary and banned for four games, and with Igor Berecko. It was about the great young Yugoslavia team that won the youth world cup and all the expectations they had about what would happen at senior level and obviously how the war basically ruined it all. It covered the Croatia Zagreb/ Red Star game where Boban punched the policeman on the pitch, and the.