16 December 1991 After its 3:0 victory over Chile’s “Kolo-Kolo” in Tokyo last week, Belgrade’s Red Star became the football champion of the world. Red Star’s victory unleashed the passions of Serbian patriots. Ultimately, Red Star was not only playing football in Japan — it was on a battlefield, fighting for Serbia, for Yugoslavia and […]

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