Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Nermin Dizdar Anita Dizdar /// FC Borac

Borac was founded on July 4, 1926. Originally it was named Radnički sportski klub Borac, meaning Workers' Sports Club Borac

FK Borac was the runner-up in the 1975 Yugoslav Cup, and won it in 1988 as the only Second League club to ever achieve this. The club also won the Mitropa Cup (Central European Cup) in 1992. It played a total of eight games in UEFA competitions.
Seven Borac players participated in the Yugoslav national football team and its stadium, the City Stadium of Banja Luka (capacity: 7,238), hosted five international matches.
Borac Banja Luka in recent times had great success by winning three First League of the Republika Srpska titles, first one in 2000/2001, the second in 2005/2006 and the third in 2007/08.
FK Borac Banja Luka is one of the oldest football clubs from former Yugoslavia. Borac supporters group "Лешинари"/"Lešinari" are formed in 1987.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Nermin Dizdar / Nermin Dizdar

Nermin Dizdar
Anita Dizdar

Nermin Dizdar Nermin Dizdar Anita Dizdar Anita Dizdar


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[edit] Current populationThe population of the municipality of Banja Luka in 1991. was 196,500. Today, municipality of BL City has a population about 227,000 citizens.[1] Along with the metro area (municipalities of BL, Laktasi and Celinac), Banja Luka has population of about 270,000.[1] Although there is a lack of official statistics on ethnic distribution, there is little doubt that Serbs make up an overwhelming majority in the city.
Nermin Dizdar Nermin Dizdar Nermin Dizdar Anita Dizdar Anita Dizdar Anita Matic Dizdar Anita Matic DizdarBanja Luka municipality 2006 - 198,000:

As the city was industrialized and wider urbanization of the surrounding areas took place, Orthodox Serbs that typically inhabited surrounding rural areas (due to Ottoman feudal system) were incorporated into the city's urban structure. Bosnian Muslims claim that their drop of percentage in the city's population was partly influenced by the Agrarian Reform of 1918, which ordered major landowners to transfer land to those who tilled it, who in this region were mostly Orthodox Serbs. The Agrarian Reform was introduced as means to dismantle the old Bosnian feudal system. Bosnian Muslims claim that the reform was abused to change the ethnic makeup of the region in the long term. Bosnian Serbs claim that Agrarian Reform was introduced to return the land stolen from the native Orthodox and Catholic people by the Ottoman Empire. Because city was in the center of the Bosnian Krajina region, with a predominant Orthodox Serb majority, the Serb population of Banja Luka has been steadily increasing.