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Duje Čop (born 1 February 1990) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Standard Liège. He made 135 appearances and scored 61 goals in the Croatian First Football League, for Hajduk Split, RNK Split and Dinamo Zagreb, finishing as top scorer as the latter won the league in 2013–14. He also played in the top leagues of Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium, totalling 80 games and 16 goals in La Liga for Málaga, Sporting Gijón and Valladolid. Čop made his international debut for Croatia in 2014. He was part of their squad at UEFA Euro 2016.

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  • Duje Čop (born 1 February 1990) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Standard Liège. He made 135 appearances and scored 61 goals in the Croatian First Football League, for Hajduk Split, RNK Split and Dinamo Zagreb, finishing as top scorer as the latter won the league in 2013–14. He also played in the top leagues of Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium, totalling 80 games and 16 goals in La Liga for Málaga, Sporting Gijón and Valladolid. Čop made his international debut for Croatia in 2014. He was part of their squad at UEFA Euro 2016.
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  • Duje Čop (born 1 February 1990) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Standard Liège. He made 135 appearances and scored 61 goals in the Croatian First Football League, for Hajduk Split, RNK Split and Dinamo Zagreb, finishing as top scorer as the latter won the league in 2013–14. He also played in the top leagues of Portugal, Italy, Spain and Belgium, totalling 80 games and 16 goals in La Liga for Málaga, Sporting Gijón and Valladolid. Čop made his international debut for Croatia in 2014. He was part of their squad at UEFA Euro 2016.
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