Synonyms for kranjcar or Related words with kranjcar

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Examples of "kranjcar"
Kranjcar made his league debut for Hajduk on 26 February 2005 in a 2–2 draw against Osijek.
From season 2010–2012, Milorad Janjuš joined a famous club of Iran Sepahan FC. Janjuš won the Iran Professional League (IPL) title with Sepahan last season but fell out of favor with Croat coach Zlatko Kranjcar in the current season. He made 36 appearances with scoring 11 goals in Iranian Pro League championship and getting more chance playing in AFC Champions League. After the 2012 season finished, he left the club moved to Shahrdari Tabriz FC.
Its most famous current resident is Sir Terry Leahy, former CEO of Tesco, although this did not prevent locals from objecting vehemently to plans to build a "Express" store in the village replacing one of only two remaining village pubs. Other famous residents include Premier League footballers Ledley King, Jermain Defoe, Niko Kranjcar, David Bentley and Armand Traoré; and also former Sugababes singer Keisha Buchanan and Myleene Klass.
The match against Portsmouth came alive in the final 15 minutes, Kranjcar gave Pompey the lead and from the restart Stoke were awarded a penalty after Glen Johnson handled in the area. Beattie scored to bring Stoke back level, he scored again just two minutes later after he headed in a Danny Pugh cross. With Stoke set for a much needed three points Shawcross under pressure from Hreidarsson sliced the ball in his own net to give Pompey a point.
Two Benjani goals had the home side, Portsmouth, leading 2–0 before Stephen Hunt struck on the stroke of half-time and David James then gifted Dave Kitson an equaliser. Hermann Hreidarsson restored the lead before James atoned for his error by keeping out a Nicky Shorey penalty. Benjani restored the two-goal lead and Niko Kranjcar, Sean Davis (later credited to Ivar Ingimarsson via a huge deflection) and Sulley Muntari sealed victory, with Shane Long responding between that and a deflected Nicky Shorey strike was the final goal (this was also later credited as an own goal by Portsmouth defender Sol Campbell). With nine different scorers, the match also holds the record for the most goal scorers in a Premier League match, jointly held with Arsenal's 5–4 win at Tottenham in 2004–05.
The next season he was benched in first half of the season by then coach Zlatko Kranjcar but in the second half of the season with changes in the coaching staff, new coach Ali Daei who had been his coach at Saipa F.C. trusted him and he was a regular in the team. He scored the last goal in the Hazfi Cup final against Gostaresh Foolad F.C. thus also scoring the last goal of the season. In the summer break in an interview Ali Daei said that he did not need him anymore and a few days later the club announced that they could not reach an agreement with the player and were not renewing his contract.