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|Full name||Vladimir Šola|
16 November 1968 |
Prisoje, Tomislavgrad, SFR Yugoslavia
|Height||1.94 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Budućnost Sesvetski Kraljevac|
SG Willstätt / Schutterwald
Croatia Osiguranje Zagreb
|2011–2012||Croatia (GK Coach)|
He played the position of goalkeeper on the Croatian national handball team. He was widely known for his energetic attitude and famously dyed red hair.
Šola retired from the sport in 2008.
- CO Zagreb
- Order of Danica Hrvatska with face of Franjo Bučar - 1995
- Order of Duke Trpimir with Neck Badge and Morning Star - 2004 
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