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Gnk Top arrivals VideoСАМЫЕ ЛЁГКИЕ В МИРЕ БУТСЫ И ПЕРЧАТКИ? -- ADIDAS X GHOSTED
Josip Misic J. Robbie Burton R. Luka Ivanusec L. Lovro Majer L. Marko Tolic M. Mislav Orsic M. Lirim Kastrati L. Iyayi Atiemwen I.
Izet Hajrovic I. Bruno Petkovic B. Mario Gavranovic M. Mario Cuze M. Josip Misic Central Midfield. Marko Tolic Attacking Midfield.
Rasmus Lauritsen Centre-Back. Kristijan Jakic Defensive Midfield. Stefan Milic Centre-Back. All arrivals. Nikola Moro Defensive Midfield. Amer Gojak Attacking Midfield.
Damian Kadzior Right Winger. Emir Dilaver Centre-Back. Marko Djira Defensive Midfield. All departures. Mario Gavranovic Centre-Forward.
Mislav Orsic Left Winger. Lovro Majer Attacking Midfield. Komnen Andric Centre-Forward. Luka Ivanusec Attacking Midfield.
All goalscorers. Lirim Kastrati Right Winger. Total ranking. Renato Josipovic. NK Osijek. HNK Gorica. HNK Rijeka. Hajduk Split. Slaven Belupo.
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GNK power droids , also known as gonk droids , were an Industrial Automaton knockoff of the successful EG-6 power droid. GNK power droids were effectively power generators with legs and simple artificial intelligence so they could understand rudimentary commands.
They were most commonly found on under-developed worlds that did not have an expansive power grid, or in mobile military operations. They often made a low honking noise that sounded like the word "gonk," resulting in the nickname gonk droids or simply gonks.
This form of droidspeak was referred to as " Gonkian. For the first time in the history of the Cup, the away goals rule were introduced, which helped Dinamo qualify for the third round after the aggregate score was 4—4 2—0 at home and 2—4 away.
In the finals the club was drawn to play its first match at Maksimir against Leeds United. Dinamo closed the successful s with Yugoslav Cup title in the and quarterfinals of the —70 Cup Winners' Cup competition.
Unfortunately, the success did not follow the club to the new decade, as they failed to win a single trophy throughout the s.
Dinamo took part of the initial UEFA Cup season , but lost in the second round of the competition to Rapid Wien on the away goals rule.
The club entered the UEFA Cup on seven more occasions in , , , , , and , but never repeated its success from the '60s.
Finally, at the beginning of the s, Dinamo won their sixth Yugoslav Cup title, defeating Red Star Belgrade 2—1 on aggregate.
They then qualified for the —81 Cup Winners' Cup but lost in the first round to Benfica. In , Dinamo sealed their fourth Yugoslav championship and in won their seventh Yugoslav Cup, the club's last trophy as a part of the SFR Yugoslavia.
The club did not have any success in the second part of the s, save for two consecutive second-place finishes in the Yugoslav championship in and The name change was widely seen as a political move by the leadership of then newly independent Croatia, with the goal of distancing the club from its communist past.
As the name change was also never accepted by their supporters, the club renamed themselves back to Dinamo on 14 February As Croatia Zagreb, the club won six Croatian championships , of which five were won in a row from to During this period, the club also won the Croatian Cup four times.
In the —99 season , they were drawn in a group with Ajax , Olympiacos and Porto. After disappointing performances in the first three matches, in which they managed to draw against Ajax at home and lost their away matches against Olympiacos and Porto, they performed well in the remaining three matches, beating Porto at home and Ajax away, as well as drawing Olympiacos at home.
However, they failed to advance to the quarter-finals as the second-placed team behind Olympiacos. In the — season , they were drawn in a group with defending champions Manchester United , Marseille and Sturm Graz , but managed only a fourth—place finish in the group with two draws and one win.
They most notably held Manchester United to a goalless draw at Old Trafford in their opening Champions League match that season. The club subsequently participated five times in the third qualifying round of the Champions League, in , , , and Since the qualifying rounds format changed, Dinamo was unable to get through to the play-off round, losing 3—2 on aggregate to Red Bull Salzburg in Before the UEFA Cup group stage phase was introduced, Dinamo's best success in the competition was reaching the second round of the competition on three occasions.
They were able to reach the group stages in —05 , —08 and —09 , but failed to secure qualification to round of Dinamo was able to qualify for the group stage of the initial —10 Europa League season after beating Scottish side Hearts 4—2 on aggregate.
In domestic competitions, the club was able to secure five league titles and won the Croatian Cup on six occasions, in addition to four Croatian Supercups.
Dinamo was very close to finishing second after wins against Villarreal at home 2—0 and Club Brugge away 0—2 , but failed to win in their last game against PAOK at home lost 0—1 , thus failing to qualify for the next stage.
They lost both matches against all teams—Real Madrid 0—1 at home, 6—2 away , Lyon 1—7 at home, 2—0 away and Ajax 0—2 at home, 4—0 away. The club won the domestic double, securing both the league title and the national cup.
In the —17 season , Dinamo failed to win the league title for the first time since the —05 season , and also failed to win the cup for the first time since They were drawn in group H against Juventus , Sevilla and Lyon.
However, the club endured an extremely unsuccessful group campaign, scoring 0 goals and conceding 15 goals in six matches.
The club also failed to win the league title and the cup, losing both trophies to rivals Rijeka. The —17 season was considered by many as one of Dinamo's most unsuccessful seasons in the club's history.
In the —18 season, Dinamo agreed a kit deal with German multinational company Adidas. The club failed to qualify for European competition for the first time since In the —19 UEFA Europa League , Dinamo qualified for the knockout phase , making it the first time in 49 years that the club will play in European competitions in the winter.
In the Round of 16, Dinamo drew Portuguese side S. Benfica , win 1—0 at home in front of In ET, Benfica managed to score two more goals, winning the game 3—0; on aggregate 3—1 and proceeding to the quarter-finals.
Even though Dinamo has been considered as a total outsider in the group, to the surprise of many, Dinamo beat Atalanta, who finished 3rd in the previous season in Serie A , 4—0 at home in Zagreb, which is the highest ever win in the Champions League for Dinamo in the history of the club.
Furthermore, the team managed to achieve the double eleven times, being both the Prva HNL champions and the Croatian Cup winners from to , again from to , from to and most recently from to During the time Dinamo competed in the Yugoslav football league system , they were Yugoslav First League champions four times.
Dinamo Zagreb is a registered corporate personhood ,  more precisely a nonprofit organization that, unlike the football clubs organized as limited companies , does not issue shares , and, consistently with the Croatian law for citizens' associations,  does not pay income tax.
Each legally capable member of Dinamo has an equal say in its democratic processes; for example, the elections for the representatives in the chairmanship of the club.
Subsequently, the tax exemption granted to the club by the constitutional law came under heavy criticism, particularly in the light of the club's lucrative transfers arranged at the start of the s.
Jutarnji list journalist Romana Eibl asserted that during this period the club had as much as 1. Dinamo Zagreb's home stadium is Stadion Maksimir.
The stadium is situated in the northeastern part of Zagreb, opposite the city's largest urban park , Maksimir , which also lends its name to the eponymous neighbourhood.
It was officially opened on 5 May and has been noticeably upgraded several times thereafter, most recently in It is there that the club played its first official match on 23 June Its first match at the Stadion Maksimir was played on 19 September in front of a crowd of 40, spectators.
The design of Stadion Maksimir initially included a single grandstand in a shape of a horseshoe that faced the other, much smaller stand to the north.
The north stand's capacity is nowadays reduced to 9, seats. Prior to Croatian secession from the SFR Yugoslavia, the restructuring of the stadium was never completed as thoroughly as it was planned, mostly because of an array of bureaucratic obstacles.
Lastly, it was put in order for the Summer Universiade , but even then the final appearance of the stadium was less satisfactory than what was to be expected.
Some progress was finally made in when seats were installed on both the east and south stands. Shortly before the Summer Military World Games , the west and also the largest stand of the stadium was renovated.
It comprised 12, seats, and a VIP section with seats that also included a presidential lodge. Currently, Stadion Maksimir is listed as a 35, all-seater.
Although the club had a good deal of followers since it was founded, its first organized group of supporters emerged only in under the name of Bad Blue Boys often abbreviated BBB.
On the BBB's official website it is stated that the name of the group was inspired by the film Bad Boys. After its founding, the group aroused great interest in Zagreb and its branches started appearing in all parts and neighbourhoods of the city.
They also started being noted throughout Yugoslavia for their self-organized departures to the visiting matches of Dinamo Zagreb, desiring to voice their support for the club, and also for the City of Zagreb and Croatia.
The BBB are often accused of hooliganism,     which has already resulted in both UEFA and the Croatian Football Federation disciplinary bodies issuing financial punishments to Dinamo Zagreb on several occasions for the group's flagrantly unlawful and violent conduct.
Dinamo's biggest rivals are Hajduk Split , and the matches between the two teams are referred to as " Eternal Derby " or "Croatian Derby.
There is also a rivalry with HNK Rijeka. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The following is a list of former Dinamo players which have made significant contributions to the club while playing for its first team.
The list is sorted in alphabetical order and in accordance with the specified inclusion criteria. In , the best squad in history of Dinamo was chosen  by a group of experts, along with the club's fans, chose 11 of Dinamo Zagreb's former and current players to fit in an ideal squad in 4—4—2.
Shown in brackets is a period in which the players played for the first team of the club.