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Croatians Around Europe *XXVII*

June 21, 2020

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Kramarić back on the board

 

 

Andrej Kramarić got a rare start for Hoffenheim on Saturday in a 4-0 victory over Union Berlin; scoring his first goal since the restart. In the 39th minute, a Hoffenheim free kick bled through the box and found Krama wide open, who hit right under the crossbar to make the game 2-0. He was taken off in the 74th minute. Hoffenheim only have one match remaining in the season so we won’t see Krama after this weekend. With the win, Hoffenheim secure a Europa League berth for next season.

 

 


Kramarić Goal @ 1:25

 

 

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Rebić celebrates his goal for AC Milan


 

 

Ante Rebić scored a goal against Lecce Monday night that should have been scored against Denmark two years ago. Except this time, he wasn’t taken down in the box. Rebić got the start for AC Milan and played 67 minutes, scoring on a 60-yard breakaway to make it 3-1 in a 4-1 AC Milan win. Rebić pressed the entire game and played with a work horse mentality. With the win, AC Milan now sit tied with Napoli for Italy’s last Europa League spot going into Tuesday.

 

 


Rebić Break Away @ 2:49

 

 

Luka Modrić came off the bench in the 89th minute for Real Madrid Sunday in a 2-1 victory over Real Sociedad. With Barcelona drawing Sevilla 0-0 Friday, Real Madrid and Barca both sit on 65 points with eight matches remaining in the season. It looks to be an epic finish to the season in La Liga.

 

 

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Posted By: Ante Kvartuč 78 comments





  1. BZ says:

    Ante,

    Brekalo playing this weekend too, or has his bad two seasons relegated him off our weekend watch list? I think he is talented enough to keep on our watchlist. Maybe not the savior Maminjo makes him out to be, but a talented dribbler at the very least.

    Still our 2nd best player under 23 at this point.



  2. Slavonac from Canada says:

    hahaha….my verdict is not yet out on Brekalo although I do like what he’s brought to us in the games he’s played! He’s a lively player that isn’t afraid to take on anyone, so far he’s doing a good job!



  3. Branko says:

    Brekalo has been far from amazing for the repka.
    Luka in the World Cup now that’s amazing.



  4. Maminjo says:

    Here’s a Sports Illustrated article that lists out which teams benefited the most from the Euros being delayed a year.

    https://www.si.com/soccer/2020/06/12/euro-2020-delay-helps-hurts-england-germany-belgium

    Teams who benefit:
    – England
    – Germany
    – Netherlands
    – Norway
    – Ireland

    Teams who don’t:
    – Croatia
    – Portugal
    – France
    – Belgium
    – Denmark

    I agree with the “benefiters” list, but the rationale for the teams that don’t benefit is absolutely idiotic.

    Rationale for Croatia is that Luka Modrić is in court battles, has struggled on the field these past few months, and Mario Mandžukić is nearing the end, lol.

    They really need to hire writers who at least follow football.



  5. Soul Champ says:

    @ Slavonac

    I agree about the added dimension he brings to the attacking third.

    Not sure why folks are evaluating him in a vacuum?

    He is a dribble attack winger.

    Not sure if anyone brings what he brings?

    If he were a CM struggling at Wolfsburg then he wouldn’t even get a call up for us.

    But he fills a space that is open in our attack.

    Without him and Vlašić we become predictable.

    @ Svima

    You see how Zidane creates a spot a little forward up the pitch to have Modrić share his gifts.

    And you see Rakitic run his tired ass all over the pitch and then get scape goated for Farca’s ineptitude.

    This is why we have to make better choices with our career steps.



  6. Soul Champ says:

    @ Slavonac

    I agree about the added dimension he brings to the attacking third.

    Not sure why folks are evaluating him in a vacuum?

    He is a dribble attack winger.

    Not sure if anyone brings what he brings?

    If he were a CM struggling at Wolfsburg then he wouldn’t even get a call up for us.

    But he fills a space that is open in our attack.

    Without him and Vlašić we become predictable.

    @ Svima

    You see how Zidane creates a spot a little forward up the pitch to have Modrić share his gifts.

    And you see Rakitic run his tired ass all over the pitch and then get scape goated for Farca’s ineptitude.

    This is why we have to make better choices with our career steps.

    I pray Real Madrid run the table and Modrić is a La Liga Champion once again.



  7. Anonymous says:

    Maminjo, that article is fkng hilarious (and I only read the Croatia part).

    Slaps forehead.



  8. Soul Champ says:

    Does he move on from Real Madrid in June 2022.

    Take a break from club football in preparation for World Cup in November 2022?

    His legs will be fresh as ever.



  9. BZ says:

    Ante

    My bad, you were right to keep Brekalo off the list. He did nothing again, despite playing the full game. Ante is a fortune teller.

    Kramaric goal!

    Anyone know why Perisic was off the BM roster? Is it bc his purchase option expired?



  10. Maminjo says:

    I’m just glad that the whole “Modrić to Miami” garbage talk is gone.

    He’ll probably stay at Real and retire there. Maybe he does a two year stint in Italy with Juventus (with Ronaldo) or Inter, but those are the only teams that I can see him leaving Madrid for.

    But he’ll definitely play in the next World Cup and retire shortly after that.

    I can’t see him doing a cash grab move in the Middle East. It’s below him.



  11. Soul Champ says:

    I saw the VW match today.

    I call BS on all this Brekalo is not the goods talk.

    There are an abundance of scrubs on VW who are not Hrvati.

    It seems maybe that Dinamo players are so well trained and skilled that they unconsciously get disgusted by all the scrubs with their new club.

    Brekalo attracted players to him put the ball peoples feet and they did nothing.

    Not sure if he received once decent ball all match.

    I like his quick shifty skills and his intelligence.

    I see VW simply as a mediocre club.

    Brekalo for us is the goods and that is all that counts in my book.

    Real Modrić in yet another big time match tomorrow.



  12. Maminjo says:

    Josip Brekalo will be just fine.

    He’s a little slight, so I question whether he can play as physical as Perisic does…but he definitely has that eye of the tiger.

    He know he’s good. He’s an alpha, and coaches don’t really get along with players like this…but these players will win you the big games.

    Klopp hated Perisic in Dortmund, and he tried to stagnate his career…but it didn’t matter. Perisic is an alpha. So is Klopp…and they clashed. But Perisic was a star, and he knew it. Same with Mandzo and Guardiola. Lots of alphas are very petty, and Guardiola showed that.

    Brekalo, at age 20, stood up to club management and went public with his desire to reject that rainbow armband. That’s very ballsy, especially at that age. But that’s also a very alpha thing to do.

    Kovacic would have just done what he was told. He’s too beta, and that’s what’s been frustrating about his development. His beta personality has showed in the way he plays football, and he may never start for us because of it. Brekalo won’t have this problem.

    There’s no doubt that his Wolfsburg coach, and even Dalic, are trying to manage his ego. But Brekalo is good, and he knows it.



  13. Anonymous says:

    Brekalo has pooped the bed lately.He better crank up that “amazing!” Of his Maminjo or he’s going to be another Halilović or coric!



  14. Maminjo says:

    Brekalo is more talented than Vlasic, but Vlasic is a player who will max out in his potential.

    They’ll both be critical for us in the future.

    Already Vlasic should be starting over Rakitic behind the strikers, and Brekalo should be the first winger off the bench (to replace whoever is tired or having a poor game between Perisic or Rebic).



  15. Suba says:

    Understood however there is a possibility that Brekalo just might not reach his full potential

    To put all our eggs in one basket in going where Brekalo goes as Slavonac has suggested is short sighted and could go belly up



  16. Slavonac from Canada says:

    You really think Vlasic in front of Rakitic at this point in their careers Maminjo? I honestly don’t think Vlašić has shown is he’s there…and I won’t use the word yet because I’m not sure he has all the tools? He’s scored a few good goals but he hasn’t really impressed me more than maybe once…I’m not sold yet.

    I’m kinda surprised you think that little of Rakitić. He’s one helluva fantastic player. He can be a role player or a playmaker…the guy has amazing long ball passes and short passes. He’s damn good man.

    Vlašić doesn’t have anything close to Rakitics talent but yes he may have the work ethic…is that enough?

    Maybe I’m wrong man, I haven’t really seen him too many games and maybe he will be a regular goal scorer and then it really won’t matter if he has tools or not.



  17. Suba says:

    I fear that Rakitic will ultimately decide on this matter anyhow so it’s up to Ivan in how much and how long he wants to play for croatia

    Ivan’s biggest problem his commitment or if he does have it it appears though at times he does not have that required commitment

    I think he wants to retire but almost can’t bring himself to do it because of his love for croatia

    But boy Vlasic is knocking on the door though and waiting to permanently fill his place



  18. Slavonac from Canada says:

    I do believe Vlasic is more hungry and I’ve heard conflicting stories about why Rakitic didn’t show up at times although I do agree he should always be there unless he’s injured.

    We don’t always get the facts from the news.



  19. Soul Champ says:

    Vlašić brings the explosive #10 presence that we need.

    Rakitic has had a world class career as a CM, but happens to be in the same era, in the same position, as the legend that is Luks Modrić.

    Then you have Brozovic who runs all day and has taken his game to a new level (bummed that he is out today with muscle strain).

    Kovačić in the mix.

    Dalic has to bring this all together to have us fresh for yet another deep run for the next two tournaments.

    Rakitić game, and is legs, are drained at farca.

    Sevilla Rakitić was a revelation.

    He played all three positions up and down the diamond depending on the opponents and his needed leadership on the pitch.

    Maybe he sees Modrić committed to two more tournaments as says I will role with that?

    Rakitić has to do some Soul searching.

    This farca has been stunting for some time.

    His wife got him stuck on Sevilla.

    But where can he go to create the final chapter of his career?

    Does he have to endure final year of his farca contract and then regain his power to sign on a free?

    I am happy Rakitic played well on our historic run.

    I pray he channels Gotovina and makes powerful moves as he has another chapter to write.



  20. Maminjo says:

    I’m good with either of them starting, but Vlašić is the future and he’s shown to be more effective than Rakitić in these qualifiers.

    Now, how that translates in a big tournament, none of us can know… But you can’t ignore Vlašić’s impact in our biggest qualifying games against Wales, Hungary and Slovakia (while Rakitić was being a little bitch and not committing to our National Team when we needed him most).

    I think Vlašić is such a hard worker that he’ll make good things happen (similar to how Rebić works his ass off and things just happen). He’s shown us how to play behind the strikers, and be effective both offensively and defensively (with Dalić’s signature pressing style).

    There is definitely an experience gap between them, but I don’t think a guy with Vlašić’s mindset is affected by that. I think he would do just as well as Raketa at the Euros, but I’m not too fussed about it. We’re talking about our deepest position on the field.

    I also don’t want to get caught playing too many old guys who were great in the previous tournament. We’ve been caught doing this too often in the past.



  21. Slavonac from Canada says:

    All good points Maminjo!

    Let’s just hope Vlasic has a little more than work ethic and comes with good vision, passing, shooting, play making… and of course scoring.

    I’ve forgiven Rakitić for missing games, who knows what really happened and how he was affected? I’d prefer he showed up but at the same time we never really got the true story, we got the speculations.

    I’d like to see Vlasic leave Russia and play in some better league. Russia ain’t really going to get him better competition.



  22. Maminjo says:

    Well, Russia is the 7th best league in Europe.

    …and he’s arguably the best player on one of the best teams in that league. Very impressive for a 22 year old.

    I’m sure he would do just as good in the Portuguese or French Leagues.

    He’d probably even do just the same in the Bundeliga or Serie A.

    It’s just a matter of whether he could cut it in EPL or La Liga…but he actually looked pretty good when he played at Everton. Just wasn’t given a chance due to his age and had to ‘pay his dues’ (whatever that means).



  23. Poglavnik says:

    Vlasic is the goods! He’s gonna be a lynch pin between our veterans and our youth. I know hes part of the youth but hes already assimilated very well with the seniors and contributed with some big moments.
    He deserves the #10 when Luka hangs em up.



  24. Stipe says:

    @Slavanoc from Canada

    Didn’t Rakitic play for the under 21 squad during the whole qualifying campaign for the WC 2010? That means he played for the under 21s and the men’s at the same time. He put it in his work and a lot of miles on his legs if that’s true



  25. Lika Joey says:

    Hey brothers, if any of you guys like watches or has a collection you need to give Marnaut a look and a like on youtube. Croatian upstart company with a beautiful dial. Sorry a little off topic! Lol



  26. Maminjo says:

    I think he only played a few games, but yea, his career took off very early (playing at Schalke as an 18 year old) and he’s put in a lot of mileage.

    There was an article recently about which active footballers had played the most career minutes and he was high up there.



  27. Stipe says:

    @ Maminjo

    Yea I do remember Bilic making Rakitic play for the under 21 team while he was starting for the national team. That means your playing for three teams. That must be exhausting



  28. Slavonac from Canada says:

    Forgive me for not knowing enough about this guy but he seems to be a decent goal scorer. Caktaš is now 28, is he any good to get a crack at our NT, even as a sub?



  29. Maminjo says:

    Caktaš is a solid player.

    He got a few callups, but never really played any games.

    He was one of those young players who was never considered a serious prospect…but then just somehow became pretty good out of nowhere.

    He’s kind of like Mislav Orsic in that way.

    Caktaš did get a few callups, but his career kinda went sideways due to Hajduk’s “take the first offer” policy where they sent him out East. Hajduk had some weird phase where they kept sending pretty much ever one of their players to Russia or Ukraine. Caktaš was one of those, and they sent him to Rubin Kazan for very little money and he pretty much wasted a couple of his critical development years there.



  30. Maminjo says:

    I just checked.

    LOL. Hajduk sold him to Kazan for 1 million Euro, and then Kazan stopped paying him after two years of playing there (so, he terminated his contract and came back to Hajduk).

    They sell a young prospect for a ridiculously low amount of money to a team that in no way would help his development (which would benefit the National Team).



  31. Razbijač says:

    Looks like Anderlecht won’t be exercising their option to take on Pjaca for another season.

    He came to Beligium in January and was only there for 2 months as Covid cut the season short.

    Pjaca wants to stay and fight for his spot at Juve, instead of being loaned around Europe. Heck, it’s a long shot, but it would be sure as hell something if he won a starting spot at Juve.

    Who knows, maybe with the whole 5 subs thing, Juve playing an accelerated schedule, he might even get some decent playing time.



  32. Slavonac from Canada says:

    Suba, I may know know every last detail but I gotta bring this up.

    I remember Tudor very well as a player. He was smart, good positionally and had decent technique and he even scored a few timely goals. The thing about him that irritates me is that he’s always been a disliked teammate and an arrogant prick…he just is. I find his attitude like a whimpering pussy…when he’s confident he doesn’t know how to keep his mouth shut and when he is feeling like a victim, he’s still a cocky prick!

    A few years ago when he was coaching I remember him pledging his love his allegiance and his loyalty to his beloved Hajduk. He was giving speeches about what it meant to be a Hajduk member. THEN…during the winter break and literally a few days before the startup of the second half of the season, something happened. I don’t remember exactly but I think he didn’t get players he wanted the club to buy…irregardless of that…he left the club high and dry!

    I remember those things be that says a lot about character! He’s a liar to me and he always will be.

    Hajduk needs a leader and a steady and confident person leading them. No matter what happens, I wish he leaves and Hajduk brings in some militant style coach that demands perfection on the field and in their uorava. They have the foundation but having dirt bags like Tudor tin that team after what he did isn’t right. They need to have self respect and dignity!



  33. Maminjo says:

    Tudor is a talented coach, but completely unstable mentally.

    He’ll probably bail on Hajduk before the end of the season.



  34. Slavonac from Canada says:

    Part of being good at anything means you need stability.

    In my opinion, he’s not a true patriot of the club. He abandoned them once and that should have been enough.



  35. Suba says:

    Agreed not a big fan of Tudor something about him

    The guy didn’t even sing the national anthem when he was a representing Croatia and didn’t do much either on the field

    Always underperformed

    Did ok at juve though they saw his potential but again something happened

    Never reached his potential as a player and I can’t really see it working out for him as a coach either

    I think he lacks certain qualities to make it

    There you go slavonac I am not as diehard as you think haha



  36. Soul Champ says:

    Looks like Zidane needs to once again center the club around Real Modrić if he wants to finally win La Liga.

    8 games to go and Modrić some how needs to keep fresh for the stretch run.

    His intelligence is needed big time.

    I pray he stays healthy.



  37. Razbijač says:

    I see Valverde getting starts for Real nowadays. I can’t help but think that if Kova was a little more patient. That could have been him, instead of Valverde!



  38. Stipe says:

    @Slavonac from Canada

    Your the one with most experience and knowledge about futbol on this site.

    The squad we have now. Who do you think Is the asshole ?? The prick of the team? I’m just curious



  39. Maminjo says:

    Kramaric actually seems like he’s a good dude with no ego.
    Just a selfish striker.

    …but I’ve never ever heard of him having any issues off the field with people (or in the locker room), even though we have never given him a consistent starting role.

    Duje, for me, seems like he’s a bit of a prick based off him skipping out on a tournament for his vacation.

    Or the way he looked at Livakovic and threw his arms up at him, blaming Livakovic for the goal that Duje screwed up on (against Azerbaijan).



  40. Slavonac from Canada says:

    I think Caleta Car is the asshole because in his mind, his desires come before team and country…and he demonstrated that!

    Kramarić might get attacking players pissed ofd here and there but I believe the players respect him for his professionalism and his want and will to score goals. After all, he lives a healthy soccer life from what I see and it’s the way he’s learned to make himself successful.

    Guys, soccer is in some ways similar to going to the military. They have set schedules for everything…including team workouts, breakfast/lunch/dinner, rest times, activity times, video recorded strategy sessions….and then before major tournaments they have a very intense fizicki pripremen (physical training) along with formation and strategy for different scenarios.

    When one guy cheats, refuses to follow the rules and so like the rest it’s not a good thing. They bond during those periods…it’s harsh training and concentration…it must work like a clock.

    Imagine one guy saying “thanks guys but I’m going on a vacation “! He’s basically telling them he doesn’t want to sacrifice like the rest of them! Respect in that guy is lost, especially if he’s young and newer to the program…regardless of its for U21 or the senior team…these guys all pay their dues!



  41. Stipe says:

    Does the rest of repka not even want Kalanic on the team anymore??? Was it just the the problem with coach and the game Brazil and then came the Nigeria game. I wonder if the players still like him

    I would love to have been a fly on that wall



  42. Slavonac from Canada says:

    Let it go Stipe! I accept who you are bro, nobody knows what another mans life was like!



  43. Slavonac from Canada says:

    Well, we all see things differently! I have never thought Kalinic was even a decent player. He’s just not my kinda guy I like to see in the field and his true colors came out when he wasn’t a starter.

    Dalic made his decisions based on what he felt he needed to see on the field and even though prior to the World Cup, he was in better form than Mandzukic, Dalic felt Mandzo was his better option and Kalinic felt he waited long enough and it was his time. Unfortunately for Kalinic, only he felt he was the better fit for the team and when he wasn’t a started he became a nuisance and refused to go in as a sub in exhibition and during the tournament.

    Dalic tried to be patient but he realized that if he didn’t act, he (Dalic) would lose respect from some of his players…so he rightfully sent Kalinic home.

    End Of Story!

    Kalinic, in my opinion, is at best a low league performer. He had 1 decent year in Italy and thought he was immediately a superstar. Let me just tell you he made the biggest professional mistake of his life. He now has a shit reputation from coaches and players and his career is as good as dead!

    My opinion! Sorry if you don’t like it!

    BTW Stipe, my comment to you above were for the other thread about your comments regarding Anonymous. Let it go man, don’t let people hurt you like that!



  44. Soul Champ says:

    Kovačić, when healthy, had good moments for Real Madrid.

    Actually had a legit shot from the outside of the box yesterday for Chelsea just before half time.

    Longevity of Modrić actually hurt him more than anything else.

    Not the first player to have leave Real Madrid to secure starter minutes.

    Chelsea are in position to challenge for titles in the prime of his career.



  45. Razbijač says:

    Marko Rog with a solid game yesterday, in Caligiari’s loss. He got a player sent off with a challenge on him. Rog should give Badelj a run for his money for his place in the 23 man squad.

    Pasalic did well, playing midfield in Atalanta’s high octane styled attack.

    Juventus unsure what to do with Pjaca. As they recently gave him a 3 million EUR a year contract, and no team wants to take him on loan with that kinda wage bill.



  46. Stipe says:

    @ Slavonac from Canada

    I let it go already. You have to understand he said “my grandfathers shameful acts” you don’t talk people like that. That’s crossing a line. That is extremely disrespectful. My Majka’s brother who has since passed had to escape Yugoslavia to Vancouver. He doesn’t known shit about my family.

    I’m over it, but imma still fuck with him a lil bit.



  47. Stipe says:

    Pjaca has so much potential. I think that injury mentally fucked with him. Unfortunately he’s never gonna be the same



  48. Maminjo says:

    Pjaca should just come back to Dinamo at this point.

    Cagliari wants him. So, he’ll probably end up there. But I think playing in the HNL for a year would be better for him, even if he’s already 25.

    Mijo Caktas, Bruno Petkovic, Mislav Orsic are all quality players in their mid-20s who all deserve being on the National Team.

    Dinamo would do a better job than teams like Cagliari or Anderlecht in ensuring he gets his career back on track.

    Pjaca probably doesn’t want to look like a loser, coming back to Dinamo…but it’s his best option.

    It won’t happen though. I doubt Dinamo wants to pay Pjaca’s 3 million Euro salary, unless it is largely covered by Juve.



  49. Stipe says:

    @maminjo

    I feel bad for Pjaca. He got hurt playing a friendly against Estonia. The game was in Estonia. I think I remember Perisic saying something to the affect of “the field that they were playing on was horrible”



  50. Slavonac from Canada says:

    Pjaca was one of the few younger players I’ve seen that really had me hopeful and excited. I lost all hope in him because Maminjo ;) basically said he will never fully recover!



  51. Stipe says:

    I’m watching Milan against Lecce.

    I get nervous watching our players play for their clubs. I get nervous about injuries.

    I was devastated when Perišić got injured. Good he came back. But I was nervous



  52. Anonymous says:

    @Stipe

    I said, “shameful backgrounds,” you said “shameful acts.” Stop lying like an atheistic partizan.
    Since you bring it up though, what are some of the “shameful acts” they did? Kill Croats for atheistic communism?



  53. Stipe says:

    @ anonymous

    I’m not talking about ur grandfather.

    Ustasa did shameful acts. Just like the Chetnik I Partizani. To Americans and the rest of the world, they associate Croatia with Nazi Germany. Because that’s what they are told from the Jew Media. For example, “Puppet State of Croatia”. That upsets me.

    I understand in war, people die. Soldiers kill soldiers. But each group, Ustasa, Chetniks, and Partizani were killing innocent civilians.

    When Croatia played Italy for Euro 2016 qualifiers. The game in Poljud with svastika outline on the field. No fans allowed in that game. And I know about the protests because Mamic. But that game was on ESPN. In NJ, America. It’s rare to be able to watch a live Croatia qualifier game. That was so embarrassing with the svastika. I don’t want Croatia to be associated with that sign.

    The “U”and “Za Dom Špremni” I understand that, i get it. But I don’t want the world to think we’re Nazis. I’m sorry to break your heart, not every Croatian is Ustasa. And because you don’t agree with Ustasa it doesn’t mean your a communist either. It means you just want to live your life.

    Explain the Dalmacija situation during WW2



  54. ElviSS says:

    Moderation gets you no where. Who can name me one Great
    Moderate in history Stipe ? Croatia had one shot to restore herself as a state. Nazi Germany was the obviously choice to ally with. Who else would help us???? Soviets , Churchill, America???? They were all pro Serb man. Atrocious happen
    When your nation building , how many natives did the US government kill?????? I’m not saying it’s right but don’t hold us
    To a higher principal because that is a trick to keep you subdued. The -U- gave us an indentity that we carried with us
    Even after the war. We never surrendered remember. It helped us in the 1990s. It gave us focus. Stop falling for Anti Nationalist Bullshit.



  55. ElviSS says:

    You are disrespecting our brothers who gave their lives
    And limbs at Stalingrad and anywhere else. God bless them
    And their families. Fuck the Bolshevik scum who call themselves numerous names – Democrat’s, Liberals, Socialists, BLM, Pussy Riot etc etc etc



  56. CroatianPerson85 says:

    @Stipe – Well said, good point. My mom is from Pula and my dad is from Zadar. My buddies crack jokes with me all the time but I get it.

    Regarding the U and Za Don Spremni – Do you think it has a negative connotation associated with it? I personally don’t. The same way the swastika has been around many years prior to the Nazis (India the burning cross) but the Yids run things so it’s apparently bad now.



  57. Anonymous says:

    @ElviSS

    Croats surrendered at Bleiburg, there was some that wanted to keep fighting but communist allies America and England threatened to annihilate the Croats if they kept fighting.



  58. Anonymous says:

    Even Nazi Germany was pro-Serb initially. When nothing eventuated with the Serbs (because the antichrist Jews wanted the Croats on Hitler’s side), Hitler then chose the Croats, the Croats never chose Hitler, he chose us, and the Ustase chose Croatia by not looking a gift horse in the mouth when accepting their historical homeland, why wouldn’t they take what was theirs?

    It could’ve been anyone offereing the Croats their historical homeland and they would’ve took it.

    Remember it was a world war organised by the antichrist Jews and America & England (antichrist jew and communist allies) were doing their bidding.

    Anyway, this guy has been totally blacked out by commie controlled Croatia previously. But here he is with 5 mins on HTV,

    https://youtu.be/x-07xdEXTTQ



  59. I served my time in jail and now I am a changed man. Any donation would be appreciated by any true Croat here to help a fellow Croat in need. I’m helping children in DR with supplies for schools. My goal is $3,000. Please help and god will be good back to you. Pozdrav svima iz NJ





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