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March 27, 2010

CroatianSoccerReport.com will be at the Home Depot Center tomorrow to cover Los Angeles Galaxy’s home opener against the New England Revolution. Ante and I will be interviewing Seth Sinović, drafted in the second round (25th overall) of the 2010 MLS SuperDraft by New England Revolution.

Sinović signs with Revolution

Our mission: We know nothing about this guy, except that he has a Croatian last name. We will uncover the truth about Seth Sinović and his Croatian roots.

Seth Sinović, #27, New England 

We are hoping that a brief interview before the game can go on as planned while we ask you, the CSR reader, to give us some questions you would like answered by the Kansas born soccer player just as we did for the Igor Štimac and Andrew Bogut interviews.



Seth Sinović, #27, New England 

Now I will give the members of Croatian Soccer Report (Prva Generacija) and others a chance to have their voice heard.

What question or questions do you have for Seth Sinović?


~Denis Svirčić, reporting from the Home Depot Center, Carson, California



Denis Svirčić
Posted By: Denis Svirčić 13 comments

  1. Ivica Peroš says:

    Was Croatia ever an option as a country to play in if the MLS owners and players union didn't reach a collective bargaining agreement this past week?

  2. Zach G says:

    Askabout his heritaage, if he's croatian ask if he'd play for u.s or croatia, and ask about his career so far.

    CROAT ALERT: Dragan Sekelja, of Baylor, is in the elite eight. He has 21 points in 42 minutes this year as a freshman. Hopefully, he'll see more playing time in the coming years.

    Has a Croat ever won it all?

  3. Ante BBB says:

    1. As Svircic asked Bogut, "How Croatian are you?" That has to be number one.

    2. Are you a fan of the Croatian national team? If so, have you been to any games?

    3. Are you a Dinamo or Hajduk fan? If so, have you been to any games?

  4. Ante Kvartuč says:

    I've searched the internet and there is absolutely nothing on this guy and Croatian roots. Tomorrow we will find out.

    @ Ante BBB,

    The only thing I don't want to do is regurgitate Bogut's interview. Sure we need to find out how Croatian this kid is, but I think it's minimal at best. Can't ask the exact same questions that you just heard a week ago. We can do better than that.

    But for future reference I will remember that you always want to know how Croatian these people are and whether they root for Hajduk or Dinamo.

  5. dinamofan:) says:

    Ask him what his ultimate ambitions are in the game? Does he aspire to play in Europe, if so does he desire to play in any particular league?

    This isn't a question, but i've read he didn't expect to become a footballer. Could ask him Did he have another career planned if football didn't work out?

    Does he travel to Croatia much?

  6. Marko says:

    if he is croatia, ask him what he knows about croatian players and which is his favourite croatian soccer player, maybe even rollmodel

  7. Ziva istina says:

    This guy is croatian as much as some homeless crnac is croatian.

    And yes, a hrvat has won a ncaa title. Some of u have a short memory…. Davor Rimac my friends. On a side note, foreigners should not be allowed to receive an athletic scholarship to american colleges.

  8. Ante Kvartuč says:

    Denis and I are off to Home Depot Center in a bit. As ziva istina said it best, we're looking for the equivalent of a homeless crnac. Sure this guy might not be Croatian but let's see what we can get out of him.

    Also, is there anything you would like us to ask Landon Donovan, coach Bruce Arena, Cobi Jones etc. etc if we run into them.

    Time's running down, what do you guys want to know?

    We're gonna have fun with this one.

  9. ziva istina says:

    Yeah, tell donovan to stop being a picka and leave mls. He showed with everton he can play with the big boys. Him staying in mls and not demanding a transfer is a joke. He does not get better by playing a in a garbage league.

  10. someguy says:

    Damn it hurts to have to completely agree with ziva istina, I think this is the second time it has happened to me….

  11. Ante Kvartuč says:

    It's not gonna happen tonight boys. The Revolution PR department did not grant us the time to interview Sinovic.

    Can someone please explain to me how we can get an interview with #1 overall pick Andrew Bogut before and after the game in the Staples Center locker room but can't land one with a rookie in the MLS? WOW!

    But Denis and I are sitting front row in the Home Depot Center press box with on our eye on Seth Sinovic, who is making his MLS debut at right back for the New England Revolution. Let's see how the kid does.

    The interview has been postponed. Catch the game on FSC in the States.

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