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Starting lineup - published: 25.11.17

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Ciprian TATARUSANU Bucharest

20

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GK Etrit BERISHA Pristina

13

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20

DC Matija NASTASIĆ Valjevo

52

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3

DC Nikola MILENKOVIĆ Belgrade

13

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5

DC Stefan SAVIĆ Mojkovac

39

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2

DC Vlad CHIRICHES Bacău

5

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3

DRC Branislav IVANOVIĆ Sremska Mitrovica

28

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7

DLC Stefan RADU Bucharest

19

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6

DRLC Nenad TOMOVIĆ Kragujevac

16

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5

DR/MR Strahil POPOV Blagoewgrad

8

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7

DL/ML Aleksandar KOLAROV Belgrade

38

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7

DMC Ljubomir FEJSA Kula

8

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5

DMC Luka MILIVOJEVIĆ Kragujevac

26

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6

DMC Nemanja MATIĆ Vrelo

52

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4

DMC Nemanja RADOJA Novi Sad

4

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2

MC Marko GRUJIĆ Belgrade

11

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3

MC Nikola MAKSIMOVIĆ Belgrade

22

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10

MC Zlatko JUNUZOVIĆ Loznica

11

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6

AMRLC Adem LJAJIĆ Novi Pazar

20

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2

AMRLC Georgi MILANOV Levski

10

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1

AMRLC Ivelin POPOV Sofia

9

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2

AMRLC Kostas FORTOUNIS Trikala

18

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8

AMRLC Nicolae STANCIU Alba Iulia

8

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4

AMRL Filip KOSTIĆ Kragujevac

24

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6

AMRL Lazar MARKOVIĆ Čačak

15

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6

AMRL Xerdan SHAQIRI Gjilan

32

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18

SS/FC Stevan JOVETIĆ Podgorica

23

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6

FRLC Admir MEHMEDI Gostivar

4

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13

FRLC Uroš ĐURĐEVIĆ Belgrade

8

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6

FC Aleksandar MITROVIĆ Smederevo

25

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8

FC Ilija NESTOROVSKI Prilep

19

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3

FC Konstantinos MITROGLOU Kavala

7

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4

Today part of: Bulgaria, Romania, Republic of Macedonia, Moldavia, Serbia, central, nothern and eastern Greece (without Thessaloníki), Montenegro, Albania (without coast)

By the end of the 7h century, the areas of Moesia and Dacia, formally under Byzantine rule, had fallen into the hands of a less-than-numerous martial people of Turkic origins – the Bulgarians. Coming from Asia, the Bulgarians, as a territorial elite, had subdued and ruled over the Slavic majority in those parts, who had not had any kind of organized political system, but whose language soon became the state language, and the Bulgarian elite itself had  Slavicized by the 10th century. During the 60s of the 9th century, Boris I (ruled 857 – 888), introduced Christianity along with Slavic liturgy, and the Glagolitic alphabet. At first, he embraced Catholicism, and then Orthodoxy, because the pope had refused to approbate his Archbishopric. Since those times they expanded into Byzantine lands, although it would appear that Hungarians had been their biggest enemies at the time.

Under Simeon (ruled 893 – 927), the Bulgarian Empire threatened to take the military and political primacy away from Byzantium, against whom he had led two prolonged wars (894 – 899; 912 – 924). It is assumed that his empire had, at its peak, spread from the Black Sea in the east, to approximately the Drina and the Ionic Sea in the west, the Peloponnese and the shores of the Aegean Sea in the south, to the Danube in the north, while it also controlled the areas north of it. Of course, all areas along the borders were exposed to further threats of being conquered. Simeon took the title of “the Emperor of Bulgarians and Romaioi” (917 AD); nevertheless, he was never able to conquer Constantinople.In order to emphasize Bulgarian independence in the religious sense, he had named the metropolitan in Preslav patriarch, and created ties between himself and the pope. The empire declined during the reigns of his successors, under Pecheneg and Hungarian attacks, and in mid-10th century it became the scene of conflict between the great prince of Kiev and the Byzantine emperor that ended in the victory of the latter, but also in the loss of Bulgarian independence (971 AD).

 

Sources
    • Felipe FERNANDEZ-ARMESTO, Narodi Europe, Zagreb, 1997.
    • Grupa autora, Povijest: Rani i razvijeni srednji vijek , knjiga VI., Zagreb 2008.
    • Jacques LE GOFF, Civilizacija srednjovjekovnog Zapada, Zagreb 1998.
    • Mirna GLAVAN, ''Samuilova država'', (http://povijest.net/samuilova-drzava/)
    • ''Simeon I of Bulgaria'', https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simeon_I_of_Bulgaria#Culture_and_religion
    • ''Simeon'', http://www.enciklopedija.hr/Natuknica.aspx?ID=56004
    • Coat of Arms:
    • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Bulgaria