Niko Kovac & Julio Cesar

Niko Kovač (born 15 October 1971) is a former Croatian footballer and current manager of the Croatian national football team. For his son who is also a boxer, see Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. 3.7/5

Niko Kovac Julio Cesar Ivica Olic Dani Alves World Cup Luka Modric Luis Gustavo Vedran Corluka Darijo Srna Ivan Rakitic Dejan Lovren Thiago Silva David Luiz

"If that was penalty then we should play basketball, not football!", We were also denied an equalizer when Ivica Olic was judged to have fouled Julio Cesar with the score at 2-1 - Niko Kovac (Croatia coach)
Hard Tackle Croatia coach Niko Kovac launched a broadside at referee Yuichi Nishimura after his side lost 3-1 to Brazil in the World Cup opener. Kovac was fuming after Neymar escaped a red card for elbowing Luka Modric in the first half and the hosts were awarded a soft penalty when Fred was fouled by Dejan Lovren in the second. And his team saw a late goal disallowed when the Japanese official adjudged Ivica Olic to have fouled Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar while challenging in the air. QUESTION: Did referee Yuichi Nishimura have good game last night?
Possible starters ... B(r)asil ... Julio Cesar, Dani Alves, David Luiz, Thiago Silva, Marcelo, Paulinho, Luis Gustavo, Neymar, Oscar, Hulk and Fred will be hoping to start against Croatia. Croatia ... Niko Kovac might be starting the game with Pletikosa, Srna, Corluka, Lovren, Vrsaljko, Modric, Rakitic, Eduardo, Kovacic, Perisic, and Jelavic Y. Nishimura is the referee for this crucial encounter. In 2012, he was named AFC Men’s Referee of the Year.
Five reasons why Croatia can spoil Brazil's party 1) They have much more experience This squad is loaded with caps. Vedran Corluka, Ivan Rakitic, Luka Modric, Ognjen Vukojevic, Ivica Olic and Eduardo all have more than 50; goalkeeper Stipe Pletikosa and captain right-back Darijo Srna have amassed more than 100. At least six of those eight players – maybe even all of them – will start the game. Compare that to Brazil’s expected line-up, where only Julio Cesar and Dani Alves have more than 50 caps, followed by Neymar with 49 appearances – and he’s only 22 and this is his first World Cup. All told, Croatia's squad has 910 caps to Brazil's 683 – but interestingly, the Croatians are on average a full year younger than Brazil (27.2 to 28.4). The team was built on a solid foundation put in place during Slaven Bilic’s reign (2006-2012). They have been together for a long time and have a family atmosphere in the locker room, enhanced by the managerial appointment of Niko Kovac, their former captain a ...
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