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'''Slaven Bilić''' ({{IPA-hr|slâʋen bǐːlit͡ɕ|pron}}; born 11 September 1968) is a former [[Croatia]]n [[football (soccer)|football]]er, currently managing [[Beşiktaş J.K.|Beşiktaş]] in [[Süper Lig|Turkish Süper Lig]]. He started playing in 1988 for his hometown club [[HNK Hajduk Split|Hajduk Split]] and later had successful foreign spells with [[Karlsruher SC]] in [[Germany]], and [[West Ham United F.C.|West Ham United]] and [[Everton F.C.|Everton]] in [[England]] before retiring from active football in 2001. At national level, Bilić served as one of Croatia's most consistent defenders during the tenure of coach [[Miroslav Blažević]], earning 44 caps between 1992 and 1999 and playing in [[UEFA Euro 1996]] and the [[1998 FIFA World Cup]].
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'''Slaven Bilić''' ({{IPA-hr|slâʋen bǐːlit͡ɕ|pron}}; born 11 September 1968) is a former [[Croatia]]n [[football (soccer)|football]]er, currently managing [[Beşiktaş J.K.|Beşiktaş]] in [[Süper Lig|Turkish Süper Lig]]. He started playing in 1988 for his hometown club [[HNK Hajduk Split|Hajduk Split]] and later had successful foreign spells with [[Karlsruher SC]] in [[Germany]], and [[West Ham United F.C.|West Ham United]] and [[Everton F.C.|Everton]] in [[England]] before retiring from active football in 2001. At national level, Bilić served as one of Croatia's most consistent defenders during the tenure of coach [[Miroslav Blažević]], earning 44 caps between 1992 and 1999 and playing in [[UEFA Euro 1996]] and the [[1998 FIFA World Cup]]. ccc bilic reyiz ccc
   
 
Following his playing retirement in 2001 at Hajduk Split, Bilić immediately turned to coaching, his first job being a five-month stint at Hajduk's helm in the latter stage of the [[2001–02 Prva HNL|2001–02 season]]. Between 2004 and 2006 he managed [[Croatia national under-21 football team|Croatia under-21 football team]], before taking over the senior national side from [[Zlatko Kranjčar]] in August 2006.
 
Following his playing retirement in 2001 at Hajduk Split, Bilić immediately turned to coaching, his first job being a five-month stint at Hajduk's helm in the latter stage of the [[2001–02 Prva HNL|2001–02 season]]. Between 2004 and 2006 he managed [[Croatia national under-21 football team|Croatia under-21 football team]], before taking over the senior national side from [[Zlatko Kranjčar]] in August 2006.
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