Tuesday, 15th April, 2014

Former Arsenal and Real Madrid striker Davor Suker has been re-elected as the president of the Croatian Football Federation (HNS).

Suker first took the post in July 2012, serving as president, having represented Croatia 69 times as a player between 1992 and 2002.

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He has now been re-elected and will serve as HNS president for a further four years.

And the former striker, who turned out for Osijek, Dinamo Zagreb, Sevilla, Real Madrid, Arsenal, West Ham and 1860 Munich during a successful playing career, is delighted.


"It is a great honour to be the president of the Croatian Football Federation, and to fight for Croatian football as I once did on the pitch", the 46-year-old was quoted as saying by UEFA.

"It was always my wish to give back to football what the game has given to me, and I believe I can do that in the best possible way from this position.

"It is impressive to see what we have done in the last two years, and I would like to thank everyone in the football family, who made a significant contribution to this success."

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