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Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Monaco. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and has since gone on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season.

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  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Monaco. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and has since gone on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper and is currently free agent. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper and is currently a free agent. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper and is currently at Olympiacos FC. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make 292 competitive appearances for them over eight-and-a-half years. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season.
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  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Monaco. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and has since gone on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season. Subašić made his senior international debut for Croatia in 2009. He was part of their squads for two FIFA World Cups and as many UEFA European Championships. He was a member of the Croatian squad which ended as runners-up to France in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season. Subašić made his senior international debut for Croatia in 2009. He was part of their squads for two FIFA World Cups and as many UEFA European Championships. He was a member of the Croatian squad which ended as runners-up to France in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper and is currently free agent. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season. Subašić made his senior international debut for Croatia in 2009. He was part of their squads for two FIFA World Cups and as many UEFA European Championships. He was a member of the Croatian squad which ended as runners-up to France in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper and is currently a free agent. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season. Subašić made his senior international debut for Croatia in 2009. He was part of their squads for two FIFA World Cups and as many UEFA European Championships. He was a member of the Croatian squad which ended as runners-up to France in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper and is currently at Olympiacos FC. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season. Subašić made his senior international debut for Croatia in 2009. He was part of their squads for two FIFA World Cups and as many UEFA European Championships. He was a member of the Croatian squad which ended as runners-up to France in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make over 250 competitive appearances for them. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season. Subašić made his senior international debut for Croatia in 2009. He was part of their squads for two FIFA World Cups and as many UEFA European Championships. He was a member of the Croatian squad which ended as runners-up to France in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make 292 competitive appearances for them over eight-and-a-half years. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season. Subašić made his senior international debut for Croatia in 2009. He was part of their squads for two FIFA World Cups and as many UEFA European Championships. He was a member of the Croatian squad which ended as runners-up to France in 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • Danijel Subašić (Croatian pronunciation: [dǎnijel sûbaʃitɕ]; born 27 October 1984) is a Croatian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper. He began his career in Croatia with Zadar and Hajduk Split. In January 2012, he joined Monaco, and went on to make 292 competitive appearances for them over eight-and-a-half years. He won Ligue 2 in 2012–13 and Ligue 1 in 2016–17, also being named the league's Goalkeeper of the Year in the latter season. Subašić made his senior international debut for Croatia in 2009. He was part of their squads for two FIFA World Cups and as many UEFA European Championships. He was a member of the Croatian squad which ended as runners-up to France in 2018 FIFA World Cup. Ja
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