GNK Dinamo Z. – Skenderbeu: Far from the match two years ago

GNK Dinamo Z. – Skenderbeu: Far from the match two years ago

As I mentioned in the last post, I haven't published here for a while, but yesterday I was on the Europa League play-off match between GNK Dinamo Zagreb and Skenderbeu, so I have to publish a couple of photos of that! After all, I went there only because of this website. (more…)...
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GNK Dinamo – HNK Rijeka: One of those historic matches

GNK Dinamo – HNK Rijeka: One of those historic matches

After 11 consecutive titles, GNK Dinamo Zagreb handed the trophy to the HNK Rijeka who deserved it. In 36 matches, Rijeka won 27, tied 11 and lost only 2 matches. That was enough to beat Dinamo by two points. They've confirmed the title in the last leg, but there was one more match to play - against the Dinamo on their stadium in Zagreb. (more…)...
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It may be too early, but: Dinamo in Champions League 16/17 through my photos

It may be too early, but: Dinamo in Champions League 16/17 through my photos

Another Champions League is behind us (almost, since Dinamo Zagreb didn't enter the knockout phase, so it ended for me also), and it's time for a short photo recap. Btw, there is one more matchday, but since I'm not photographing it, I don't need to wait for that. Dinamo played in the group H against Juventus, Sevilla and Lyon, and after five matches, Dinamo has a total of - zero points. Here is the selection of my favourite photos from the three home matches. (more…)...
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Dinamo had their chances, but Lyon crushed their dreams of winning one point

Dinamo had their chances, but Lyon crushed their dreams of winning one point

One more Champions League is behind us (ok, there is one more match, but Dinamo will play away that one), and I can say that nothing has changed. In this match, against Lyon (Matchday 5 of the group H), Dinamo lost 0-1. Considering the fact that these two clubs met in 2011 and Lyon won that match by 7-1, this result isn't bad at all! (more…)...
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The Croatian national team won three points against Iceland on an empty stadium

The Croatian national team won three points against Iceland on an empty stadium

Yesterday, the Croatian and the Iceland national teams met in the third match of the group I for the World Cup 2018 which is going to be played in Russia. Croatia won 2-0 (Marcelo Brozovic scored two goals) in front of an empty stadium because the stadium was closed for the fans of the both sides. Unfortunately, this wasn't the first time the Croatian national team was punished because of the so called "fans" who come to the stadium for only one reason - to make problems. But, I won't write about that. (more…)...
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