1990–91 NK Dinamo Zagreb season

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Dinamo Zagreb
1990–91 season
President Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Josip Šoić
Manager Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vlatko Marković
First League 2nd
Yugoslav Cup Quarter-finals
UEFA Cup First round
Top goalscorer Davor Šuker (22)
Highest home attendance 17,052 vs Partizan00 (17 March 1991)
Lowest home attendance 1,445 vs Radnički
(5 December 1990)

The 1990–91 season was Dinamo Zagreb's 45th season in the Yugoslav First League. It proved to be their last season played in the Yugoslav league system. Following the season's completion and due to the breakup of Yugoslavia, Croatian clubs, including Dinamo, decided to leave the league to form Prva HNL.[1]

Dinamo Zagreb finished runners-up in the league, with ten points behind champions Red Star Belgrade.[1] In their last appearance in the Yugoslav Cup Dinamo have beaten Borac Bosanski Šamac in the round of 32 (7–0) and FK Sarajevo in the round of 16 (5–1 on aggregate) before reaching the quarter-finals where they were knocked out by Borac Banja Luka (2–3 on aggregate).[2]

In European competitions Dinamo were drawn to play Italy's Atalanta in the 1990–91 UEFA Cup. After a goalless draw in Bergamo in the first leg, the return leg at Maksimir ended in a 1–1 draw, with Atalanta going through on away goals rule.[3]

Players[edit]

Squad[edit]

The following is the full list of players who appeared in league matches for Dinamo in the 1990–91 season.[4]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GK Miralem Ibrahimović
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GK Dražen Ladić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Željko Cupan
--- Costa Rica DF Rónald González Brenes
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Slavko Ištvanić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Zvonko Lipovac
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Damir Lesjak
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Zoran Mamić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Andrej Panadić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Saša Peršon
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Željko Petrović
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Muhamed Preljević
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dražen Besek
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Zvonimir Boban
No. Position Player
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Josip Gašpar
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Mladen Mladenović
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dražen Prskalo
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Kujtim Shala
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Vjekoslav Škrinjar
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Dževad Turković
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia MF Gregor Židan
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Željko Adžić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Stjepan Deverić
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Primož Gliha
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Miljenko Kovačić
--- Costa Rica FW Hernán Medford
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Alen Peternac
--- Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FW Davor Šuker

Statistics[edit]

The following table lists appearances and goals of all players who represented Dinamo in the 1990–91 season. Only league matches and goals are taken into account. Dražen Ladić had most appearances, having played in 35 out of 36 matches, while Davor Šuker was the club's top scorer with 22 goals in 32 league appearances.

Pos. Player Apps Gls
FW Adžić, ŽeljkoŽeljko Adžić 23 3
MF Besek, DraženDražen Besek 8 0
MF Boban, ZvonimirZvonimir Boban 26 16
DF Cupan, ŽeljkoŽeljko Cupan 8 1
FW Deverić, StjepanStjepan Deverić 7 2
MF Gašpar, JosipJosip Gašpar 15 2
FW Gliha, PrimožPrimož Gliha 2 2
DF González Brenes, RónaldRónald González Brenes 5 0
GK Ibrahimović, MiralemMiralem Ibrahimović 1 0
DF Ištvanić, SlavkoSlavko Ištvanić 30 0
FW Kovačić, MiljenkoMiljenko Kovačić 6 0
GK Ladić, DraženDražen Ladić 35 0
DF Lesjak, DamirDamir Lesjak 11 0
DF Lipovac, ZvonkoZvonko Lipovac 10 0
DF Mamić, ZoranZoran Mamić 1 0
FW Medford, HernánHernán Medford 14 3
MF Mladenović, MladenMladen Mladenović 28 6
DF Panadić, AndrejAndrej Panadić 18 0
DF Peršon, SašaSaša Peršon 28 0
FW Peternac, AlenAlen Peternac 7 0
DF Petrović, ŽeljkoŽeljko Petrović 32 2
DF Preljević, MuhamedMuhamed Preljević 21 1
MF Prskalo, DraženDražen Prskalo 16 1
MF Shala, KujtimKujtim Shala 24 8
MF SkrinjarVjekoslav Škrinjar 21 1
FW SukerDavor Šuker 32 22
MF Turković, DževadDževad Turković 4 0
MF ZidanGregor Židan 28 2

First League[edit]

Matches[edit]

Date Opponents Home /
Away
Result
(F – A)
Dinamo scorers Attendance
05 Aug 1990 Budućnost A 0 – 1 3,606
012 Aug 1990 Velež H 2 – 1 Šuker (2) 2,944
019 Aug 1990 Rijeka A 0 – 0 (3 – 1 p) 3,301
026 Aug 1990 Borac H 2 – 1 Mladenović, Medford 9,168
01 Sep 1990 Partizan A 1 – 2 Šuker 12,483
015 Sep 1990 Zemun H 2 – 0 Šuker (2) 7,825
026 Sep 1990 Vojvodina A 1 – 3 Šuker 4,500
029 Sep 1990 Osijek H 1 – 1 (6 – 7 p) Boban 3,894
07 Oct 1990 Sarajevo A 0 – 0 (5 – 4 p) 3,894
013 Oct 1990 Hajduk H 1 – 1 (4 – 3 p) Šuker 13,229
021 Oct 1990 Spartak A 0 – 0 (4 – 2 p) 1,600
04 Nov 1990 Sloboda H 3 – 1 Boban (2), Medford 2,131
018 Nov 1990 Red Star A 1 – 3 Petrović 18,130
025 Nov 1990 Rad H 2 – 1 Mladenović, Prskalo 2,267
02 Dec 1990 Proleter A 1 – 3 Medford 4,800
05 Dec 1990 Radnički H 2 – 0 Šuker, Boban 1,445
09 Dec 1990 Željezničar A 3 – 1 Preljević, Cupan, Mladenović 1,404
016 Dec 1990 Olimpija H 3 – 0 Šuker, Boban, Mladenović 3,117
017 Feb 1991 Budućnost H 6 – 0 Šuker (p), Boban, Shala (2), Mladenović, Adžić 3,606
024 Feb 1991 Velež A 2 – 1 Boban, Škrinjar 5,085
03 Mar 1991 Rijeka H 3 – 1 Adžić,Shala, Boban 7,837
010 Mar 1991 Borac A 1 – 1 (5 – 6 p) Boban 6,607
017 Mar 1991 Partizan H 0 – 0 (4 – 3 p) 17,052
022 Mar 1991 Zemun A 1 – 1 (7 – 6 p) Petrović 1,370
07 Apr 1991 Vojvodina H 2 – 2 (7 – 6 p) Židan, Šuker 4,971
014 Apr 1991 Osijek A 1 – 2 Šuker 7,589
021 Apr 1991 Sarajevo H 8 – 1 Šuker (2), Boban (3), Gašpar, Kujtim ShalaShala, Mladenović 4,208
027 Apr 1991 Hajduk A 2 – 1 Šuker (2) 28,000
05 May 1991 Spartak H 3 – 1 Šuker (2), Boban 3,842
011 May 1991 Sloboda A 3 – 0 Gliha, Deverić, Boban 972
018 May 1991 Red Star H 3 – 2 Šuker (p), Gašpar, Židan 14,546
026 May 1991 Rad A 2 – 0 Šuker, Boban 1,100
02 Jun 1991 Proleter H 4 – 1 Šuker (2), Shala, Deverić 4,964
05 Jun 1991 Radnički A 1 – 1 (4 – 5 p) Adžić 6,500
09 Jun 1991 Željezničar H 2 – 1 Shala (2) 1,580
016 Jun 1991 Olimpija A 3 – 1 Boban, Shala, Gliha 1,606

Final league position[edit]

Pos Team Games played Won Drawn Lost Goals for Goals against Points
1 Red Star Belgrade 36 25 6 (4) 5 88 35 54
2 Dinamo Zagreb 36 20 10 (6) 6 72 36 46
3 Partizan 36 18 8 (5) 10 62 36 41

Note: After draws penalties were taken, and only the winner of the penalty shoot-out was rewarded with a point. The number in brackets denotes the number of shoot-outs won.[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Kramarsic, Igor (20 March 2009). "Yugoslavia - List of Final Tables". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 7 August 2010. 
  2. ^ Abbink, Dinant (6 June 2008). "Cup of Yugoslavia 1990/91". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 7 August 2010. 
  3. ^ Ross, James M. (17 January 2008). "UEFA Cup 1990-91". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 7 August 2010. 
  4. ^ Podnar, Ozren (2006). Dinamo svetinja: sve o najvećem hrvatskom klubu (in Croatian). Zagreb: VBZ. ISBN 953-201-585-X. 

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