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Kranjcar quits at Zagreb

Published: Wednesday 24 September 2003, 16.02CET
NK Zagreb coach Zlatko Kranjcar has resigned, following a poor start to the season in Croatia.

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Published: Wednesday 24 September 2003, 16.02CET

Kranjcar quits at Zagreb

NK Zagreb coach Zlatko Kranjcar has resigned, following a poor start to the season in Croatia.
NK Zagreb coach Zlatko Kranjcar has resigned, following a poor start to the season.

Poor start
Zagreb are bottom of the Croatian First League after winning just two of their opening eight games. Kranjcar, whose recruitments include the former Croatia playmaker Robert Prosinečki, is understood to have been in conflict with the Zagreb board. He led Zagreb to the Croatian title in 2001/2002 and returned to the club this summer after a 12-month absence.

Last updated: 24/09/03 16.17CET

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