A loud row between coach and star player fails to distract the Slovene public from the football team’s losing ways.10 June 2002 LJUBLJANA, Slovenia–When Slovenia entered the World Cup, viewed by many commentators as the most important moment of national unity since independence in 1991, its soccer passions were at a fever pitch. Just days […]

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