seems like a lot of eastern europe is still in the dark ages of diversity;
BBC Sport - Paul Ince wants Serbia ban after violence mars England win
no doubt they'll get the usual obligatory poxy fine that they usually receive
By 2005 every previous resident of Warsaw had listed their temporary address as Portswood, Southampton, leading to it's appointment as capital of Poland. It is currently the subject of a hostile takeover bid from the home counties, particularly
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I am Serbian.
They lost to Macedonia in a World Cup qualifier, too. Croatia, Bosnia, and Montenegro all won...sucks to be Serbian...
They all used to be one team back in the day, now just a sorry excuse for "football".
BTW, it was never Eastern Europe.
Yugoslavia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I would like to add that under the commie regime in Yugoslavia, all races were not only tolerated, but very much embraced. After the fall of communism, religion took over and many people "went back to their roots" Catholicism in Croatia, Orthodox in Serbia and some Muslim shit in Bosnia which really was just a sorry excuse to slaughter the neighbor they were living with peacefully for decades. Yugoslavia was never in Eastern Europe, nor we were living in dark ages. We sure are living in dark ages NOW because of all the internal AND external forces that fucked up what was once a great country which I miss so much.
were people really getting along or afraid to express themselves? From the outside it looked like the ethnic groups got pretty nationalistic pretty quickly after Tito died. Did you live there as a kid?
yugoslavia didn't consider itself eastern europe?
Something interesting to watch if interested
...majestically enthroned amid the vulgar herd...
Yeah Karadzic and Milosevic were good-will ambassadors
...no virgins for them in heaven...