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Blažina, Gilfix Battle For Fantasy Premiership Crown

May 3, 2019

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With only two match days remaining, the English Premier League season will wrap up next weekend with Liverpool or Manchester City lifting the trophy. That means the Fantasy Premiership champion must be crowned as well.


Eddy Blažina – manager of NK Vrlovka – has been in 1st place all season and almost untouchable with Zach Gilfix – representing CroatianSports – on his tail for 36 straight weeks. It’s only a 44-point gap between the two.



Rounding out the top five are Deni Doljac, Denis Kocina, and Mijo Cotic.



Ante Kvartuč
Posted By: Ante Kvartuč 11 comments

  1. kashunda gopijebweh kakabombula says:

    ante rebic and severina sitting in a tree, looking and smelling like trash balkan shits, s..h…i…t…s, first comes the balkan then comes the shit then comes the baby balkan shit in a pashaluk smederevo turkish wheelbarrow.

  2. Drek says:

    Kashunda AKA kptlsdhomo I would throw it in severina but I know who you would choose between her and Rebic …you would ante up I’m certain of it!

  3. BZ says:

    also worth mentioning “no defense” Kramaric with a quiet game, gets subbed out and his replacement immediately scores.

    also Wolfsburg continues to play well without “no defense” Brekalo in the lineup.

    These 2 guys have great offensive skill, but will never reach their full potential without learning how to play some D.

    Dalic putting Brekalo at RB was the best thing for the kid. Why he didn’t do it vs Hungary is beyond me!?

  4. CroatiaU14 says:

    @BZ I agree…I feel that Brekalo had a big impact on the game vs. Hungary once he was subbed onto the pitch…just imagine if he had played the whole game. His ball control and vision is great. I’m excited to how good he will be if he reaches his potential. The nice thing is, we got many more 18-19 year old wingers coming up, including Antonio Marin. He had the nastiest nutmeg the other day vs. Bayern in the final of that tourney the Dinamo U23s were in.

  5. Maminjo says:

    So…the U23 Bayern Munich team beat the U23 Dinamo Zagreb team in the final.

    The captain for Bayern’s U23 squad is 32 years old, and the goalscorer who won it for them is in his mid 20s as well.

    Meanwhile Dinamo’s U23 team is filled with 19 year olds, lol.

    Not really a youth tournament if any player on a club’s B team is eligible to play.

    This was really a Dinamo Zagreb U19 vs Bayern Munich II match.

  6. Suba says:

    It was a monumental screw up against those uncoordinated magyers not good signs moving forward

    Reminding me of euro 2000 I suppose history always repeats however the qualifying is easier and we have better depth in the squad

  7. CroatiaU14 says:

    @Maminjo…Dinamo didn’t play bad either…they had a strong first half, and Marin played great…they missed a few good chances though

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