Football in Croatia
The Croatian football scooped an easy victory against Bulgaria in a UEFA EURO 2016 qualifier game in Zagreb on Saturday evening.
Croatia's Ivan Peri?i? managed to score as early as the 2nd minute of the first half, and the second goal followed in the 42nd minute by Ivan Rakiti?. N. Kalini? followed in the 81st minute.
Zagreb County Court on Wednesday ordered the release on bail of Dinamo's executive president, Zdravko Mamic, the club manager, Zoran Mamic, and the former club director, Damir Vrbanovic, for a total of 1.6 million euro.
All suspects left custody prison on Wednesday afternoon, after their bails were deposited at court.
Croatian Interior Minister Ranko Ostojic told a TV show on Thursday that an internal arrest warrant had been issued for senior officials of the Zagreb football club Dinamo.
The main man in question, Zdravko Mamic, via a video link to the same TV show, called the minister a liar and said he was a victim of a political plot.
Croatia's Office for suppression of corruption and organized crime, USKOK, on Wednesday raided the homes and office of the bosses of the Zagreb football club, Dinamo.
They said they suspect the club president, Zdravko Mamic, and manager Zoran Mamic of tax evasion, bribery and other unspecified criminal acts.