Prvo kolo Mtel Premijer lige BiH.
A falta de 40 minutos para el arranque de la #BIHPL 🇧🇦, ya se conocen los titulares tanto del Sloboda Tuzla como del Radnik Bijeljina:
Prijateljska Utakmica FK Sloboda Tuzla - FK Olimpik Sarajevo.
Izjava nakon susreta.
FK SARAJEVO, BORDO TV Pripremna utakmica odigrana 15.7.2020. u TC Butmir. Sloboda je gostovala ekipi aktuelnog prvaka BiH. Komentator: Vedad ...
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RK Sloboda is a team handball club based in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is part of the RSD Sloboda.
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