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The current Bosnia and Herzogovina manager Robert Prosinečki was born in Schwenningen, West Germany in 1969. He is a manager who is very familiar with all aspects of international management having held roles with Azerbaijan and Croatia in addition to his current position. He has been in charge of Bosnia and Herzegovina since mid-way through 2018.

As a player, Robert began his career in his native West Germany with youth side Stuttgarter Kickers where he played from the tender age of just five years old until he was 11. Following a trial day at Kickers attended by a number of esteemed European clubs, Prosinečki was scouted by prestigious Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb. For a further six years, he continued his footballing education within their academy. In 1986, aged just 17, Prosinečki made his first-team breakthrough. He appeared in two league games for Dinamo, scoring on his debut in the first of them.

After impressing from such a young age, Prosinečki was brought to the attention of Serbian giants Red Star Belgrade who were enjoying their glory days in the late 80s and early 90s. For Red Star, Prosinečki would go on to make a real name for himself, playing 117 times and scoring 25 goals along the way. Red Star were utterly dominant domestically in Prosinečki's time with the club; they won the Yugoslav First League three times and the Yugoslav Cup once in the midfielder's four seasons with the club. Without a doubt the crowning achievement for both Prosinečki and Red Star was their European Cup success in the Croatian's final season with the side after they beat Marseille in Stadio San Nicola.

Following this glory, Prosinečki was snapped up by Real Madrid. He played for three seasons with Los Blancos, winning the Copa del Rey in the 1992/1993 season and the Supercopa de Espana in 1993 in his 55 matches with the club. He scored a healthy ten goals in this time too. From Real, Prosinečki would stay in La Liga with Real Oviedo where he enjoyed a positive campaign before making the switch to his former club Real Madrid's arch-rivals Barcelona, making him one of only a few players to have played for both clubs.

After an unfruitful spell in Catalonia he moved on again, this time to Sevilla. He played for a single season with Sevilla before returning to his native Croatia. In 1997, he joined Croatia Zagreb. During his time with the club he helped Croatia to a remarkable 3rd place finish in the 1998 World Cup.

In the final few years of his career, Prosinečki played for a number of different clubs in various locations around Europe. He played 21 games in Belgium for Standard Liege before moving on, the 2001/2002 season to Premier League Portsmouth. He was well regarded by the Southern club and made 33 appearances, scoring nine goals.

He then had enjoyed a campaign in Slovenia with Olimpija, the club where, it transpired, he would win his final trophy as a player: the Slovenian Football Cup in 2004. In 2003, Prosinečki returned to Croatia for one last season in the game with NK Zagreb. Despite his age, Prosinečki played 26 times in his last campaign, scoring five goals.

Since moving into management, Prosinečki has had senior roles with his old team Red Star during which he won his only trophy as a manager to date, the Serbian Cup in 2011/2012. Nowadays, he is found at the helm of Bosnia and Herzegovina and, with the help of Edin Dzeko, will be hoping to steer them towards success in Euro 2020.