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Years  Team
Name  Branislav Krunic
1999–2000  Leotar Trebinje
Role  Football player

2000–2001  Olimpija Ljubljana
Height  1.87 m
2001–2004  Leotar Trebinje
Playing position  Midfielder
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Date of birth  (1979-01-28) 28 January 1979 (age 36)
Place of birth  Trebinje, SFR Yugoslavia

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Branislav Krunić (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранислав Крунић; born 28 January 1979 in Trebinje) is a former Bosnian Serb football player. He retired from football on 15 March 2013, because the issue in football had overshadowed the risk of heart disease.

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International career

Krunić made his debut for Bosnia and Herzegovina on 11 October 2002, against Germany.

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After that match, Krunić was recalled by Fuad Muzurović in March 2007, for UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying. In total, Krunić played four times at the qualifying. After Muzurović was sacked, Krunić has been selected once for the national team by Miroslav Blažević.

Honours

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  • FK Leotar
  • 1 time First League of the Republika Srpska Champion: 2001–02
  • 1 time Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina Champion: 2002–03

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    References

    Branislav Krunić Wikipedia


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