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Hajduk Split – Gżira
Hajduk Split football club turns 108 today Croatia Week
Hajduk turns 108 (Photo credit: Robert Matić/Hajduk.hr) 13 February 2019 – Croatian football club Hajduk Split, which has a cult following in Dalmatia and also.
Watch: Gżira United president to meet UOM over ground project Times of Malta
Gżira United president Sharlon Pace said that he is planning to hold talks with officials from the University of Malta over his plans of turning the current stadium at …
Hajduk Split youth ace sent off for X-rated Simeone celebration after scoring The Sun
The Croatian Under-19 side strolled to a comfortable 3-1 victory over Hrvatski Dragovoljac but were forced to finish the game with ten men.
Gżira United sign Brazilian defender Times of Malta
Gżira United added another foreigner to their squad as Deadline Day approaches after acquiring the services of Fernando Barbosa, who last year was with …
Gżira United sign forward Kone Times of Malta
Gżira United have reached an agreement to sign attacking midfielder Hamed Kone. The 31-year-old Ivory Coast attacking midfielder trained with the Maroons in …
Zerafa replaces Abdilla at Gżira United Times of Malta
Darren Abdilla has resigned as coach of Gżira United and was replaced by Jesmond Zerafa, the Premier League club announced yesterday. Abdilla took the …
Reports: Everton scouted Rijeka v Hajduk Split on Saturday HITC
Everton are casting their net far and wide for the summer transfer window.
Gżira, Balzan to play in Tipsport Malta Cup Times of Malta
Gżira United and Balzan will face two foreign oppositions in the Tipsport Malta Cup, next January. So far, three other teams, besides the BOV Premier League …
Hajduk Split Celebrates 108 Years: How it All Began Total Croatia News
On February 13th 108 years ago, the beloved football club of Dalmatia, Hajduk Split, was founded in a Prague pub by four Split students.
Gżira inflict first defeat on neighbours Sliema Times of Malta
It was a deserved win for Darren Abdilla’s troops who dominated from the start till the end. Sliema who were reduced to ten men at half-time and missed penalty, …