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News and live scores (in English) from the Swiss Super League and Swiss Challenge League. Also covers the national team and Swiss teams in Europe.
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Mario Budimir (ST) Experienced striker who joined from Rudes in April. Also had spells earlier in his career at HNK Sibenik, Uskok, NK Solin & Hajduk Split. 14 in 24 for an 8th placed team last season. 2 assists & 1 goal vs. HBS and also scored in the 2-0 win in Kazakhstan.
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Luka Menalo (LW) New signing. This time from Siroki Brijeg where he played in all four Europa League qualifiers last season. Hasn't played in the this season but played a part in the opening three games of the season.
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Izet Hajrović (RW) Another familiar name for Swiss fans. He came through the youth ranks at Grasshoppers before moves to Galatasaray & Werder Bremen with a loan spell at Eibar inbetween. January signing. Featured heavily at end of last season. 2 goals & 2 assists vs. HBS.
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Damian Kądzior (RW) Polish 26-year-old that the manager will know well having played at Ekstraklasa side Górnik Zabrze. Featured in the qualifiers for only 8 minutes but has assisted in the last two league games and played 90 minutes in both.
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Bruno Petković (ST) Another striker in the squad as he joins on loan for the season from Serie A side Bologna. Disappointing goal returns in his last two seasons and has only featured fleetingly this season so far. Late OG vs. Osijek on Friday.
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Mario Šitum (LW) Someone the manager likes having played for DZ only to join Nenad Bjelica at Poznan last season on loan. Won first caps late last year. Captained the team in the 1-1 league opener with Rudes and also played in the first match but hasn't featured since.
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PART TWO: An overview for YB fans of , the opponents of on Wednesday in the Champions League. Thread limits mean I need to spread this over two posts. If any Dinamo or Croatian football fans want to know about YB - just ask!
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Mislav Orsic (LW) 25-year-old with a storied career already having spent time at Spezia and Rijeka aswell as spells at Slovenian side NK Celje, South Korean clubs Jeonnam Dragons & Ulsan aswell as Chinese team CC Yatai. New signing for Zagreb. Scored in 5-0 win vs. HBS.
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Armin Hodžić (ST) Left Liverpool in 2014 to move to Croatia. Another goal threat on his day but disappointingly only scored 6 in 24 last season after finding 16 in 25 in 16/17. Started this season well with a goal each in the league and . One to watch on Wednesday.
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Mario Gavranović (ST) Lugano-born Mario Gavranovic has lit up Croatian football since moving to Rijeka from Zurich in 2016 before Dinamo snapped him up in January. Huge goal threat, 15 in 32 in the HNL last season and scored the winner vs. Astana in the . Huge goal threat.
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Dani Olmo (LW) Spaniard plucked from Barcelona's youth system in 2015. Steadily increasing game time since and played a crucial part last season. Vital in the qualifiers, scoring and assisting in Astana and assisting another away to Beer Sheva.
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Bojan Knežević (MID) A youth product from the club. Spent the last few months of last season at Lokomotiva. On the cusp of the team. Didn't start any of the European qualifiers but started the first three league games this season.
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Arijan Ademi (MID) At the club since 2010. Spent time on loan at Lokomotiva in 2012 and missed the end of the 15/16, the entirety of the 16/17 and beginning of last season due to a doping ban. Important player. Captain. Scored two goals vs. Beer Sheva in the 5-0 win at home.
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Ivan Šunjić (MID) February signing for Dinamo from NK Lokomotiva and spent the last half of last season back on loan there. 21-years old, has played 90 minutes in every league game this season and featured as a sub in 3/4 qualifiers.
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Ivan Fiolić (MID) 22-year-old Zagreb native. Came through the ranks at Zagreb from youth to reserves before NK Lokomotiva came calling. A loan spell at Zagreb turned permanent in 2017. 21 apps last season. Late sub in two games this season but missed last two league games.
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Amer Gojak (MID) Sarajevo-born 21-year-old entering his fourth year at the club come February. 22 appearances last season and played in all four Europa League qualifiers. 16-times capped international, assisted twice vs. Beer Sheva & Astana and played the last two domestically.
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Lovro Majer (MID) 20-year-old prospect signed this summer after coming through the ranks at NK Lokomotiva. Broke into the first team there last season scoring 11 goals, including two away at Zagreb in a 4-1 win. Only one app this season. One for the future.
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Jan Lecjaks (LB) A name very familiar to YB fans having left Bern in 2017. He played in the opening game of the season but hasn't featured anywhere since. He was much more involved in his first season but signings may have forced him down the pecking order.
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Dino Perić (CB) Into his second season with Dinamo. 24-year-old once in the youth ranks at the club. Scored on opening day vs. Rudes but was on the bench at the weekend and featured for only seven minutes vs. Astana.
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Sadegh Moharrami (RB) Another new signing. 22-year-old Iranian plucked from Persepolis. He didn't play any of the qualifiers but has played 90 minutes in every league game, assisting a goal in the win vs. Osijek on Friday evening.
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