Safet Susic’s Flaws

He is the greatest player in the history of our country, the greatest national team coach in the history of our country, one of the most likable people coming from our country, and with his calm demeanor he has achieved one of Bosnia’s only accomplishments in the past two decades. Yet, like every man, he has his flaws.


He’s stern, but fair

Pape’s flaws don’t come from how he played as a player. He was almost flawless, being declared by France Football in 2010 as the best player in the history of Paris Saint-Germain. Certainly one of the best players to come out of the former Yugoslavia, if not the best. Don’t believe me? Just check out some of his highlights below:

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Bosnia, by going to Brazil, have paved the way for Future Generations

It’s official. Bosnia and Herzegovina are going to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil! Qualifying for their first ever campaign, Susic’s men have done what many Bosnians have dreamed of for nearly two decades. By defeating Lithuania 1-0 on Tuesday, this Bosnian team has earned a prized spot in our short history.

The Game

The most important game in the history of our national team happened on Tuesday in Kaunas, Lithuania. Holding the future in their own hands, Bosnia had a chance to finish first in their qualifying group and directly qualify to their first ever World Cup. And boy was it nerve wrecking.

First Half (starting from Miralem’s 28th minute free kick)

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