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Starting lineup - published: 26.12.17

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Danijel SUBAŠIĆ Zadar

55

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GK Etrit BERISHA Pristina

11

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17

GK Volkan BABACAN Antalya

5

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12

DC Kostas MANOLAS Naxos

26

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0

DC Matija NASTASIĆ Valjevo

39

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1

DC Nikola MAKSIMOVIĆ Belgrade

17

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4

DC Stefan SAVIĆ Mojkovac

32

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2

DRC Branislav IVANOVIĆ Sremska Mitrovica

20

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5

DRC Sokratis PAPASTATHOPOULOUS Kalamata

21

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3

DRL/MR Stefan RISTOVSKI Skopje

8

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3

DR Elseid HYSAY Reç (Shkodër)

11

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6

DL/ML Aleksandar KOLAROV Belgrade

27

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5

DL/MLC Caner ERKIN Balıkesir

6

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10

DMC Luka MILIVOJEVIĆ Kragujevac

20

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6

DMC Nemanja MATIĆ Vrelo

40

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4

DMC Ozan TUFAN Bursa

4

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9

MC Luka MODRIĆ Zadar

52

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7

MC Thiago ALCANTARA San Pietro Vernotico

11

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0

AMRLC Arda TURAN Fatih

13

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2

AMRLC Ivelin POPOV Sofia

9

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2

AMRLC Kostas FORTOUNIS Trikala

18

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7

AMRL Ivan PERIŠIĆ Split

41

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1

AMRL Mijat GAĆINOVIĆ Novi Sad

6

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2

AMRL Xerdan SHAQIRI Gjilan

24

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13

SS/FC Stevan JOVETIĆ Podgorica

20

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2

FRLC Domenico BERARDI Cariati

13

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2

FRLC Enes ÜNAL Bursa

3

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6

FC Burak YILMAZ Antalya

6

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8

FC Graziano PELLE San Cesario di Lecce

9

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2

FC Kostas MITROGLOU Kavala

13

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1

FC Nikola KALINIĆ Split

36

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6

FC Simone ZAZA Policoro

4

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1

FC/SS Pieros SOTIRIOU Nikosia

1

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1

(Today part of: Turkey, Greece, Cyprus, Bulgaria, central i southern Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, eastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, southern Crimea, Macedonia, Kosovo, southern Italy (withoutthe surrounding area of Naples) coastal cities in Croatia)

Simultaneously, ancient history was paralleled to paganism and idolatry and as such was undesirable in Byzantium, hence everything related to that period was either destroyed or their names and purposes were changed (e.g. temples), which eventually led to not using them until the 19th century. The Macedonian dynasty ruled the Byzantine Empire from 867 till 1057. During that period, the Empire restored its military in all fronts – Mesopotamian, Bulgarian/Macedonian and Mediterranean. At the beginning of the 11th century, Basil II (ruled from 976 till 1025) took on his great adversary from the west Macedonia, Samuel (ruled from 997 till 1014) who declared his country, which was spread in the southeastern Europe, as a successor of the Bulgarian Empire. During the 30-year war (986-1014), Basil II destroyed Samuel’s empire which was gradually destroying the Byzantine Empire itself.

Upon Basil II’s death, the borders of the Byzantine Empire were Danube, Antiochia and northern Syria, Armenia and the south of the Apennine peninsula. Additionally, christening in the ‘’land of the Rus’’ at the end of the 10th century enhanced the Empire’s impact. However, the Empire was endangered by different external assaults. Muslims threatened on the north, Seljuk Turks on the east, Normans of the west and Crusaders on the west. Furthermore, the churches in Rome and Constantinople were distancing themselves for centuries which in 1054 led to the Great Schism, i.e. the break of communion between the Eastern Orthodox and Catholic churches. Similarly, the scripts that were used – Latin and Cyrillic – has had cultural and political consequences separating European Eastern Orthodox and Catholic demos.

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