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Zvonko Jazbec
Yugoslavian footballer

Zvonko Jazbec

Zvonko Jazbec
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro Yugoslavian footballer
Was Athlete Football player Association football player Sports official Association football manager
From Serbia Croatia
Field Sports
Gender male
Birth 7 September 1911, Youngstown, USA
Death 15 March 1970, Zagreb, Croatia (aged 58 years)
Star sign Virgo
Sports Teams
HŠK Concordia
Yugoslavia national football team
Croatia national football team
The details (from wikipedia)


Zvonko Jazbec ([zʋǒːŋko jǎzbets]; born 7 September 1911 in Ohio, USA-died 15 March 1970 in Zagreb) was a Croatian football goalkeeper. He spent his career at HŠK Concordia Zagreb during the 1930s in the Yugoslav First League.

At age 4, he and his father moved to Croatia where Zvonko eventually established himself at one of the country's top clubs, HŠK Concordia. Initially trained as an athletic runner, he began to play football for the Yugoslav national team, making a total of 10 caps. Upon the foundation of the temporary Croatian team after German invasion of Yugoslavia, Jazbec played for his adopted background heritage in 3 international matches, including the very first match against Switzerland. He coincidentally enough also scored a goal during his tenure.

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