Photo: The Guardian
So who exactly is Aleksandar Holiga? He is an independent Croatian football writer who often contributes to FourFourTwo and The Guardian. On June 26th, 2012, Holiga posted “Euro 2012: The problem with Croatia’s nationalistic fans starts at the top” in the Guardian’s sports section, citing all the problems he has with Croatian fans during major tournaments, the personnel at the top of the HNS and even Thompson’s famous song, Lijepa Li Si.
Many Croatians did not approve of this article, and because of that, CroatianSports.com with have an email interview with Holiga in the next week to get his full story. Holiga was the former editor-in-chief at FourFourTwo Croatia and has a faculty of Political Sciences from the University of Zagreb.
Prva Generacija and readers of CroatianSports.com, if you have questions for Holiga, please leave them in the comment section below and we will try to include them in the email. Please keep all questions in good taste, as we pick Holiga’s mind to see where the motivation for his article came from.
(Please have all questions in by Thursday, June 28th at midnight)