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Zvonimir Boban

Zvonimir Boban is a legend of Croatian football and a man who means a lot to fans at the San Siro for his exploits as a Milan player in the 1990s when he was a part of a side that won Serie A four times.

Boban began his career with Dinamo Zagreb at the age of 17 in 1985 and had a lot of success in the then Yugoslavian First Division. However, most of this was on an individual level as Dinamo were consistently beaten in the title race by their fierce rivals Red Star Belgrade.

But despite his performances and goals, it was in 1990 that he came to the world's attention for his now famous attack on a policeman who was beating a Dinamo fan after a match between Dinamo and Red Star descended into chaos

However, it was football reasons that earned Boban a move to Italy where he would spend just about the rest of his club career, but his first experience of Serie A came in Bari who took him on loan after his arrival in Milan.

He would return to the San Siro after one season and go on to spend nine seasons with the Rossoneri, enjoying great success despite regularly suffering from injuries.

His contributions were often vital for Milan even though he scored fewer goals than he had in Yugoslavia. Six in a season was his best tally in 1999-2000 when Milan finished third behind Lazio.

Boban was part of Serie A title winning sides in 1992-3, 1993-4, 1995-6 and 1998-9 as Milan were crowned team of the decade in Italy. He also added a Champions League crown in 1993-4 as part of a treble that included a European Super Cup as well.

Boban's Milan career came to an end in 2001 when he was briefly loaned out to Celta Vigo in Spain, but once he was relegated to the role of substitute there he opted for retirement and a move into journalism - he can still works as a commentator on Sky Italia and he writes a column for La Gazzetta Dello Sport.

This year, Milan are struggling and currently find themselves nine points behind rivals Inter in the title race. Online betting experts believe that the Rossoneri will have to settle for the runners-up spot this year.

Meanwhile, further down the table, the odds Europa League football will be heading to Palermo next season are understandably short as the club currently sits in fifth.

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