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Starting lineup - published: 22.11.18

Position First name Last name Mjesto rođenja Like Dislike
GK Asmir BEGOVIĆ Trebinje

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GK Ciprian TATARUSANU Bucharest

21

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7

DC Aymen ABDENNOUR Sousse

0

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1

DC Dejan LOVREN Zenica

41

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4

DC Kostas MANOLAS Naxos

28

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1

DC Matija NASTASIĆ Valjevo

59

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5

DC Stefan SAVIĆ Mojkovac

42

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4

DC Vedran ĆORLUKA Derventa

36

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4

DRC Sokratis PAPASTATHOPOULOUS Kalamata

23

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5

DLC Stefan RADU Bucharest

21

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6

DR Elseid HYSAY Reç (Shkodër)

13

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8

DR Gokhan GONUL Bafra

2

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3

DL/ML Aleksandar KOLAROV Belgrade

43

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11

DMC Bibras NATCHO Kfar Kama

0

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0

DMC Mohamed ELNENY Mahalla 

0

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0

DMC Nemanja MATIĆ Vrelo

57

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7

DMC Selcuk INAN İskenderun

8

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11

MC Mahmoud DAHOUD Amude

1

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1

MC Miralem PJANIĆ Tuzla

39

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2

ML/DL Senad LULIĆ Mostar 

7

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6

AMC/SS Josip ILIČIĆ Prijedor

9

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AMRLC Adem LJAJIĆ Novi Pazar

20

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3

AMRLC Arda TURAN Fatih

16

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4

AMRL Xerdan SHAQIRI Gjilan

38

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23

SS/FC Stevan JOVETIĆ Podgorica

26

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8

FRLC Enes ÜNAL Bursa

5

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7

FRLC Mohamed SALAH Basyoun

18

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3

FC Aleksandar MITROVIĆ Smederevo

27

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8

FC Burak YILMAZ Antalya

8

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8

FC Edin DŽEKO Sarajevo

32

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5

FC Ilija NESTOROVSKI Prilep

20

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4

FC Omar AL SOMA Deir ez-Zor

0

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FC/SS Pieros SOTIRIOU Nikosia

1

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1

(Today part of: Turkey, Greece, central Serbia, parts of Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Montenegro, Macedonia, Syria, Egypt, Lybia, Tunisia, Israel, Cyprus)

The defeat of the Ottomans at the siege of Vienna (1683) was a turning point in the centuries-long struggle between Christianity and Islam. Immediately afterwards, a Holy League was formed under the auspices of the Pope - an alliance of Poland, the Habsburg Monarchy and Venice, and the aim of each member was to reclaim the territories in Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean that had been overrun by the Ottomans during the earlier centuries. The Habsburg Imperial Army, whose conquests reached the border with the Ottoman Empire on the Sava and Danube, had the most success. The Christian War's "liberation wars" occurred almost simultaneously with the beginnings of profound changes in Western imagination of both nature and government.

The power of the Ottoman Empire has been around since the 18th century in constant decline. Apart from the frequent changes at the state summit and corruption, due to the unlimited power of religion in the Muslim world, there has been no scientific progress compared to European Christian states where rulers, enlightened absolutists, actively supported the development of science. The European path to the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment was based on the Christian principle of separation of Church and State, while, unlike the Bible, the Koran insists on the inseparability of the law of God and of every authority established on Islamic grounds. Also, free-Muslims began to rise: tax leaseholders worked for their own pockets and gradually lost control of the peripheral parts of the Empire. However, apart from the aforementioned internal reasons, the Empire was threatened with the disintegration of its vast territory in Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia and the Mediterranean and due to the ambitions of rival major powers, mainly Great Britain, Russia and, to a lesser extent, France, which caused an almost permanent crisis - the so-called . the eastern question, which will take until the end of World War I.

Sources
    • Niall FERGUSON, Civilizacija: Zapad i ostali, Zagreb, 2012.
    • Eric John HOBSBAWM, Doba revolucije: Europa 1789-1848, Zagreb, 1987.
    • Herfried MUNKLER, Imperiji : logika svjetske vladavine - od Staroga Rima do Sjedinjenih Američkih Država, Zagreb, 2010.
    • ''U potrazi za mirom i blagostanjem: hrvatske zemlje u 18. Stoljeću'',  Povijest Hrvata, sv. V, (ur.Lovorka Čoralić), Zagreb, 2013.
    • Coat of arms: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sultans_of_the_Ottoman_Empire