A brief glimpse into the past

#Telekom1CFL R05/36
FK Sutjeska - FK Zeta

#StartnihXI
Giljen (C) - Pajović, Bulatović, Šofranac, Mitrović - Dubljević, Janković - Osmajić, Ćetković, Raičević - Marković

Rezerve: Ličina, Janjić, Grivić, Kojašević, Adrović, Bojović, Bubanja, Marušić, Vuković D

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#Telekom1CFL R05/36 FK Sutjeska - FK Zeta #StartnihXI Giljen (C) - Pajović, Bulatović, Šofranac, Mitrović - Dubljević, Janković - Osmajić, Ćetković, Raičević - Marković Rezerve: Ličina, Janjić, Grivić, Kojašević, Adrović, Bojović, Bubanja, Marušić, Vuković D 💪💪💪🔵⚪️🏆🇲🇪❤️

#Telekom1CFL 05/36
FK Sutjeska - FK Zeta

🏟 Gradski stadion, Nikšić
🗓 20. septembar 2020.
🕕 Početak u 18h
📺 Direktan prenos na 

Shodno odluci @ijzcg i #NKT za borbu protiv zaraznih bolesti, utakmica se igra bez prisustva gledalaca.

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#Telekom1CFL 05/36 FK Sutjeska - FK Zeta 🏟 Gradski stadion, Nikšić 🗓 20. septembar 2020. 🕕 Početak u 18h 📺 Direktan prenos na Shodno odluci @ijzcg i #NKT za borbu protiv zaraznih bolesti, utakmica se igra bez prisustva gledalaca. 💪💪💪🔵⚪️🏆🇲🇪❤️

fudbal ZETA - RUDAR   2 : 1
fudbal ZETA - RUDAR 2 : 1

TVCG, "Sportski dnevnik", 16.09 2020. Telekom 1.CFL - 3.kolo Zeta - Rudar 2:1 (2:1) Stadion: „Trešnjica“. Igrano bez prisustva gledalaca. Sudija: Dalibor Vujisić ...

Team, Place & City Details

1. FC Slovácko

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VC Iskra Odintsovo

VC Iskra Odintsovo is a professional Volleyball team based in Odintsovo, Russia.

FC Iskra Rîbnița

FC Iskra Rîbnița is a Moldovan football club based in Rîbnița, Moldova. They play in the Divizia A, the second tier of Moldovan football.

Iskra
Iskra

Iskra was a political newspaper of Russian socialist emigrants established as the official organ of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (RSDLP).

Iskra (disambiguation)

Iskra was a 1900–1905 communist newspaper. The word means "spark" in many Slavic languages.

Iskra (band)

Iskra is a Canadian blackened crust band founded in Victoria, British Columbia in 2002. Their name means "spark" in Slovak , Slovenian (iskra), Czech (jiskra), Croatian (iskra), Polish (iskra), Serbian (искра/iskra), Ukrainian (іскра), Russian (искра), and Bulgarian (искра).

ISKRA lasers

The ISKRA-4 and ISKRA-5 lasers are lasers which were built by the Soviet Union at RFNC-VNIIEF in Arzamas-16 with the approximately 2 kJ output ISKRA-4 laser being completed in 1979 and the 30 kJ output ISKRA-5 laser which was completed in 1989. The main use for both lasers being the investigation into inertial confinement fusion, high energy density physics and nuclear weapons research.

Iskra-1030
Iskra-1030

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Iskra (company)
Iskra (company)