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Old 28-02-2018, 09:31 PM
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Mr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy dietMr Mojo Risin came here looking for the peace and quiet; the healthy air and the healthy diet
I think a united Yugoslavia would have done very well in the mid 1990s, as shown by Red Star Belgrade winning the 1991 European Cup and Croatia reaching the semi finals of France 98 with so many great players. They would still be a strong force now, with Serbia and Croatia having both qualified for the World Cup and Bosnia and Slovenia also qualifying for recent World Cups. There are also a few players who were born in Yugoslavia who represent other countries after moving there because of the war such as Xherdan Shaqiri and Adnan Januzaj.

The club sides have also suffered - the likes of Red Star Belgrade, Partizan Belgrade and Dynamo Zagreb will never reach the heights that they did before the war.
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