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Starting lineup - published: 19.06.18

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

55

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GK Federico MARCHETTI Bassano del Grappa

2

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0

GK Lovre KALINIĆ Split

29

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5

DC Alessandro BASTONI Casalmaggiore

2

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1

DC Duje ĆALETA CAR Šibenik

3

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2

DC Kostas MANOLAS Naxos

26

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DC Luca ROSSETTINI Padova

2

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0

DLC Antonio MILIĆ Split

12

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0

DRL Davide CALABRIA Brescia

2

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1

DRL Šime VRSALJKO Rijeka

29

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4

DR Christian MAGGIO Montecchio Maggiore

2

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1

DR Elseid HYSAY Reç (Shkodër)

11

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6

DL Ivan STRINIĆ Split

24

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4

DMC Filip BRADARIĆ Split

3

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1

DMC Mirko VALDIFIORI Russi

1

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1

MC Andrea POLI Vittorio Veneto

2

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1

MC Andreas SAMARIS Patras

8

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2

MC Bryan CRISTANTE San Vito al Tagliamento

2

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1

MC Daniele BASELLI Manerbio

2

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1

MC Luka MODRIĆ Zadar

52

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7

MC Ricardo MONTOLIVO Caravaggio

3

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1

MC Roberto GAGLIARDINI Bergamo

3

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2

AMRLC Riccardo SAPONARA Forli

1

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1

AMRL Ivan PERIŠIĆ Split

41

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1

AMRL Nikola VLAŠIĆ Split

31

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2

FRLC Ante REBIĆ Split

18

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0

FRLC Manolo GABBIADINI Calcinate

3

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1

FRLC Marko LIVAJA Split

6

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1

FRLC Nikos KARELIS Heraklion

2

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1

FC Andrea BELOTTI Calcinate

4

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1

FC Ivan SANTINI Zadar

2

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0

FC Nikola KALINIĆ Split

36

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6

FC Stipe PERICA Zadar

13

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2

(Today: northern parts of Italy, coastal Croatia, coastal Albania, Greek islands)

Although Venice nominally recognized the rule of Byzantium from the beginning of the 9th century, due to the weakness of the Empire they would act independently in the following centuries, and various maritime trade and traffic privileges will enable its rise, so thatin the 12th century they became the leading Mediterranean power at sea. In addition to the complete freedom of trade and control of European import of spices from the Orient, during the half-century of the existence of the Latin Empire, it had gained the fertile areas, coasts, best ports, as well as the most important strategic points in the Eastern Mediterranean, so it managed to establish rule over the long sea route from Venice to Constantinople.

Consequently, the Venetian Republic, or the Republic of St. Mark (as it was called due to their claims to possess the posthumous remains of the Evangelist St. Mark), with its disconnected land territory which was strategically of key importance for the control of the seas, spread from Venice in the north, all the way to the Peloponnese in the south, including the islands of the Eastern Mediterranean. The state vas organized as a republic, with the power divided between several institutions in which men of the Church were excluded from public affairs, and everything was organized in such a way that the power would not slip into the hands of the privileged merchant class, which was united by a close mutual solidarity. Venice was engaged in a century-long struggle for dominance in the Eastern Mediterranean against Genoa, which differed from them greatly, seen as how the Genovese military campaigns and trade convoys were in private hands so, as true adventurers, they did not hesitate to enter the service of whoever was willing to pay them. One of the most notable examples of this was Christopher Columbus. During the 15th century conquests of its hinterlands (Padua, Brescia, Verona, etc.), Venice changed its identity, and became an important power in the continental Italian politics, as opposed to Mediterranean ones.

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