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- Updated: 10. January 2017.
Croatian NT coach Zeljko Babic announced squad for the World Championship in France on today’s press conference in Zagreb. Croatia will have 17 players in the roster as only question which is still open, whether goalkeeper in trio Ivic, Stevanovic and Pesic, will have to stay on the stands.
Two players who will stay at home are right back Sime Ivic and line-player Kresimir Kozina.
“Our minimum goal is to play quarter-finals, but primary goal is to built squad for the Men’s EHF EURO 2018 in Croatia”, said Babic.
Croatian squad for France 2017:u
Filip Ivić – HC Vive Tauron Kielce
Ivan Stevanović – RK PPD Zagreb
Ivan Pešić – HC Meshkov Brest
Josip Božić-Pavletić – RK NEXE
Manuel Štrlek – HC Vive Tauron Kielce
Lovro Mihić – HC Wisla Plock
Zlatko Horvat – RK PPD Zagreb
Tin Kontrec – RK PPD Zagreb
Željko Musa – HC Magdeburg
Marko Mamić – Dunkerque
Stipe Mandalinić – RK PPD Zagreb
Lovro Jotić – RK PPD Zagreb
Luka Cindrić – HC Vardar
Luka Stepančić – HC Paris Saint-Germain
Luka Šebetić – RK PPD Zagreb
Jakov Gojun – HC Füsche Berlin
Domagoj Duvnjak – HC THW Kiel