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Starting lineup - published: 19.04.19

Position First name Last name Mjesto rođenja Like Dislike
GK Etrit BERISHA Pristina

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GK Predrag RAJKOVIĆ Negotin

22

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4

GK Vladimir STOJKOVIĆ Ložnica

18

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2

DC Matija NASTASIĆ Valjevo

59

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5

DC Milan BIŠEVAC Kosovska Mitorvica

3

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1

DC Nikola MILENKOVIĆ Belgrade

17

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5

DC Uroš SPAJIĆ Belgrade

4

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1

DRLC Nenad TOMOVIĆ Kragujevac

20

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6

DRL/MR Adam MARUŠIĆ Belgrade

6

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1

DRL/MR Stefan RISTOVSKI Skopje

24

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9

DR/MR Dušan BASTA Belgrade

4

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1

DL/ML Aleksandar KOLAROV Belgrade

43

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11

DL/ML Ivan OBRADOVIĆ Obrenovac

12

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3

DMC Luka MILIVOJEVIĆ Kragujevac

27

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9

DMC Nemanja MATIĆ Vrelo

57

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7

DMC Valon BEHRAMI Kosovska Mitrovica

1

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2

MC Marko GRUJIĆ Belgrade

13

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3

MC Nemanja GUDELJ Belgrade

2

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MC Nikola MAKSIMOVIĆ Belgrade

24

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13

MC Zlatko JUNUZOVIĆ Loznica

11

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8

AMRLC Filip ĐURIČIĆ Obrenovac

7

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AMRLC Milot RASHICA Vushtrri

3

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10

AMRL Andrija ŽIVKOVIĆ Niš

16

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3

AMRL Filip KOSTIĆ Kragujevac

26

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7

AMRL Lazar MARKOVIĆ Čačak

16

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7

AMRL Xerdan SHAQIRI Gjilan

38

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23

FRLC Admir MEHMEDI Gostivar

4

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14

FRLC Uroš ĐURĐEVIĆ Belgrade

8

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8

FC Aleksandar MITROVIĆ Smederevo

27

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8

FC Ilija NESTOROVSKI Prilep

20

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4

(Today: Central and Southern Serbia, Macedonia, Kosovo)

As the plan for realizing Dusan Serbia, on whose territory Serbian ideologists claimed historical rights, failed due to the emergence of independent Greece (1829) and then Bulgaria (1878), aspirations for territorial expansion to the South Slavic parts of Austria-Hungary have emerged. In doing so, they invoked the natural or ethnic right to live of a nation in the same state. Specifically, the religious theory of identifying Serbianness with Orthodoxy was complemented by a linguistic theory of equating Serbianness with the Stokavian language. Consequently, such a vision of belonging to the Serbian nation also automatically meant the denial of other national identities, which were simultaneously constructed in these areas, primarily Croatian in Slavonia, Dalmatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The Orthodox Church, as the only surviving institution from medieval Serbia, played the most important role in constructing a Serbian national identity. At its core, however, is the myth of the Battle of Kosovo, which contains all the elements necessary for its construction and maintenance: heroism, the golden age, the culprits and causes of its disappearance, etc. At the same time, it promotes "Serb vulnerability" and an almost paranoid way of looking of the world as a “conspiracy against Serbia that resists everything”. In these circumstances, the Serbian summit will encourage and support anti-Habsburg elements in Austria-Hungary (especially in BiH), which will ultimately lead to the outbreak of World War I.

Sources
    • Srećko Matko DŽAJA, Politička realnost jugoslavenstva : (1918. - 1991.) , Sarajevo, 2004.
    • Ivan PEDERIN, Dalmacija i Hrvati u vanjskoj politici bečkoga dvora, Zadar, 2005.
    • Sabrina Petra RAMET, Tri Jugoslavije : izgradnja države i izazov legitimacije : 1918.- 2005., Zagreb, 2009.
    • Srđan ŠLJUKIĆ, '' Kulturni resursi i sukob: Kosovo između istorije i morala'', Mitovi nacionalizma i demokratija'' (ur. Ljubiša Despotović, Darko Gavrilović, Vjekoslav Perica, Srđan Šljukić),  Novi Sad, 2009.
    • Coat of arms: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Serbia