Davor Šuker

Davor Suker is considered to be one of the greatest footballers of his time, and one of the greatest Croatian players of all-time. Born on January 1st, 1968, in Osijek, Croatia, Suker started his football career at a young age and quickly gained recognition for his talent on the field. Over the course of his career, he played for several top clubs and represented his country in numerous international tournaments, leaving an indelible mark on the sport.

Suker's career began with local team Osijek, where he played for five years before moving on to Dinamo Zagreb, one of Croatia's top clubs. It was here that Suker truly started to make a name for himself. He quickly established himself as one of the team's top players, and helped lead them challenge on both the domestic and European stage.

In 1991, Suker moved to Spanish team Sevilla, where he continued to impress with his skill on the field. After five years in Andalusia Suker eventually moved on to Real Madrid, one of the most storied and successful football clubs in history. Suker's time at Real Madrid was arguably the peak of his career. He helped lead the team to several domestic and European titles, including a Champions League trophy in 1998. During this time, Suker established himself as one of the top goal scorers in Europe, earning several individual awards and accolades along the way. He also represented Croatia in several international tournaments, including the 1998 World Cup, where he helped lead the team to a third-place finish and earned the tournament's Golden Boot as the top goal scorer.

After leaving Real Madrid, Suker continued to play for several more clubs, including Arsenal and West Ham United in the English Premier League. He eventually retired from professional football in 2003, leaving behind a legacy as one of the greatest Croatian footballers of all time.

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Name: Davor Šuker
Date of Birth: 1st January 1968
Nationality: Croatia
Position(s): Striker
Career: 1984 to 2003
Regular Shirt Number(s): 9

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