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Boban: “I Didn’t Realize We Were In North Korea!”

March 8, 2020

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Zvonimir Boban (left) out as AC Milan Chief Football Officer

 

 

Croatia football legend Zvonimir Boban is out as Chief Football Officer at AC Milan, Goal.com reports. Boban has been in the position for just under one year, with the club that he famously played for from 1991-2001. Before CFO at AC Milan, Boban was FIFA’s Deputy Secretary General for three years.

 

 

AC Milan has been a sinking ship all season and could easily be fighting relegation if it wasn’t for the resurgence of Ante Rebić and addition of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. It’s incredible to hear Boban compare a football club to to the dictatorship that is North Korea.

 

 

Boban will surely go back to FIFA where he was most comfortable. Although he would be an ideal candidate to run the HNS, Boban has publicly said in the past that the corruption and red tape of Croatian football is not for him. Maybe he changes his mind.
 

 

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Ante Kvartuč
Posted By: Ante Kvartuč 16 comments





  1. Iggy says:

    Lol, well if he thinks Milan is North Korea he’s not gonna find LESS corruption at FIFA, that’s for sure



  2. Nikola Vukmanić (vuki) says:

    Why are Mile Skoric and Dario Melnjak on the 23-man squad again? Did we not see that that experiment did not work? Domagoj Bradaric is on the stand-by call ups. Probably because he’s suspended for the U21 matches, but he’s still better than Melnjak so why not just call him up instead and see what you’ve got in him? Benkovic is also on the stand-bys, but no Nikola Katic at all? I have a feeling that unless he’s been convinced to wait by Dalic that he will just go play for Bosnia soon. Wouldn’t be THAT big of a deal because we have a lot of talent coming up, but just a shame because he’s a decent player and still has some room to grow.

    Orsic not making the 23 and Brekalo being in is kind of surprising as Brekalo was supposed to be with the U21s, but also because he would be good off the bench for us. I know Perisic is supposed to be coming back to training soon, but shouldn’t we just give him this international window off to heal? One positive is that Mirko Maric is getting some recognition and making the stand-by call ups.



  3. BZ says:

    Brekalo should never play for U21s again. This is the right move.

    Agree Perisic should not be on roster, but I doubt he plays more than 20 mins a game at most.



  4. Soul Champ says:

    Boban is a BEAST.

    Serie A is done this year anyway.

    That interview with La Gazzetta dello sport was his flying kick into the face of gazidis and eliot group.

    Rebić needs to get his ass out of Milan in May.



  5. Anonymous says:

    North Korea isn’t just a “dictatorship”, it’s a PRISON. No dictatorship in all of human history outside of Communist countries need to cage it’s people IN. This fact is militantly ignored and the fall of the Soviet Union is militantly forgotten by liberals and their kept cuckservative bitches b/c liberals are still trying to sell the same shit Communist countries are built on today. But we hear about Hitler and the Nazi defeat daily.



  6. Anonymous says:

    The best car Communism produced was the Yugo.

    For 70 years 300,000,000 white people behind the Iron Curtain did not produce ONE product anybody wanted. Mommy Professor’s dream economy in ACTION.

    Meanwhile, Croatia, a small white country shortly after reconstruction from a war to free herself from the bonds of Communism produces the Rimac, a cutting edge Hypercar.

    Now liberals are attempting to use a combination of socialism and minorities to run white countries into the ground.



  7. Aussie Croat says:

    AC Milan can GAGF.

    Boban is a national hero.
    Won’t have a problem finding another job.



  8. Bobby V says:

    What was the most important option on a Yugo? The rear window de-fogger – to keep your hands warm while you’re pushing it.





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