Vladimir Vasil ( Croatian. Vladimir Vasilj ; b. July 6, 1975 , Hannover ) - Croatian football player, goalkeeper. Played 4 matches for the Croatian national team . I got into the national team's bid for two world soccer championships ( 1998 and 2002 ) and 2004 European championship .
Hannover , Germany
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Vladimir is a graduate of the Bosnian Shiroki Brijeg club. He later ended up at the Velez of Mostar . Vasil began his professional career at the Hrvatska Dragovoljac club. For him, Vladimir played 3 seasons, in 2 of which was the main goalkeeper. In total for this club, he spent 63 matches. In 1998, Vasil moved to Zagreb Dynamo , one of the strongest Croatian clubs. In the Dynamo Vladimir played only 5 games, being the third and then the second goalkeeper of the team.
After three years in Dynamo, Vasil moved to another club from the Croatian capital Zagreb . In this team, Vladimir immediately became the main goalkeeper and helped the team win the Croatian championship in 2002.
In 2003, Vladimir moved to Varteks , in which he spent one season, playing 30 matches. In 2004, Vasil returned to Dinamo Zagreb. The 29-year-old goalkeeper played 20 matches for Dynamo in the 2004/05 season .
In the summer of 2005, Vladimir, for the first time in his career, moved to a foreign club, which turned out to be Turkish Konyaspor , but Vasil failed to gain a foothold in the basis of the team and played only 2 matches for it. In 2006, he moved to the Bosnian Shiroki Briag , where he spent three seasons. In 2009, the Croat decided to end his career.
Vasil made his debut for the Croatian national team on May 29, 1998, playing a friendly match with the Slovak national team . He was part of the Croatian national team at the World Championships 1998 and 2002 , as well as at Euro 2004 , but did not enter the field at any of the major tournaments.
- Champion of Croatia : 2002
- Bronze medalist of the World Cup 1998