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But this community tournament alone can’t account for the enduring influence on the local game.
Branko Culina, now the coach of Rockdale City Suns, traces the phenomenon back to the old Yugoslavia.
Minefields in Croatia cover 683.4 square kilometres (263.9 square miles) of territory, and the area is thought to contain approximately 90,000 land mines as well as unexploded ordnance left over from the Croatian War of Independence.
One of the organisers, Matt Shardlow, chief executive of nature conservation organisation Buglife, said: 'Britain abstained last time and has made no commitment this time, but we want them to support a ban across Europe.
If you got a slave master or Klan in your blood, blacks can sense that. Just like Jews can sense Nazi blood and the Serbs can sense Croatian blood,’ he continued.
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“Sure there are proud football communities here like the Italians and Greeks, but they didn’t have the same pride as we did,” says Culina, whose family immigrated to Melbourne in 1968.
“That’s because we didn’t even have our own country, we were regarded as Yugoslavian – they already had their own country.” It meant talented sons of migrants from Zadar, Rijeka, Split and Zagreb were encouraged to turn out for one of the plethora of Croatian-Australian soccer teams.
Some 73% of the British public support a ban on these insecticides, we want the Government to follow their lead.'One of the protesters, biological research graduate Robert Mitton, 28, from Ealing, west London, said: 'They started using these pesticides in the 90s.
Since then there has been a rapid decline in the abundance and diversity of bee species globally.'There is a mounting body of scientific evidence that these pesticides are having sub lethal effects and in effect making the bees sick.
Jedinak are joined by Matt Spiranovic, Eugene Galekovic, Ivan Franjic, Oli Bozanic and Dario Vidosic as the Australians with Croatian heritage.