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World Cup Fan of the Day: Bosnia- Herzegovina

  • 27 June 2014 10:50
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32 City fans from 32 countries share their thoughts on the World Cup and their love of the Blues...


Your full name

Malik Brkic

Your country

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Your town


Your age


Tell us an interesting fact about yourself

For over half my life, I've been living and working outside of Bosnia (currently in Canada), but I've always stayed true to my roots and I'm proud to call Bosnia and Herzegovina my homeland.

Your favourite City player

Edin Dzeko

Your favourite player for your country

Edin Dzeko

Who is your country’s star player?

Edin Dzeko

How far do you think your country will get in the World Cup?

It doesn't matter how far we go, we are proud to be represented at the World Cup in Brazil. 

How important to your country is the World Cup?

It is everything we've dreamed of. The country is united and for a moment, we can all forget about politics and focus on playing some great football.

The importance of being there cannot be simply explained in words.

Which country do you think will win the World Cup?

Before the tournament, I thought Bosnia and Herzegovina would win it!

What was the first World Cup you remember watching?

Espana '82 (wow, I am old!). Watching Paolo Rossi playing and scoring was something I'll never forget.

What is your first memory of watching City?

Learning about Dzeko's transfer from Wolfsburg to City and seeing him score his first goal for the Citizens in 2011.

I knew he would continue scoring and do great at City. There is more to come from Edin Dzeko. Stay tuned...

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