, the new head coach of Bosnia-Herzegovina's national team, called up 28 players for matches against the USA and Mexico at the end of February.
Among the players
the former Yugoslavia star called up was Philadelphia Union midfielder Haris Medunjanin
The USA will host Bosnia-Herzegovina Jan. 28 in Carson, California, in its only match of
the January camp. The Bosnians will then move on to face Mexico in San Antonio, Texas, three days later. Bosnia-Herzegovina
Kenan Piric (Zrinjski), Ibrahim Sehic (Qarabag, Azerbaijan), Nemanja Trkulja (Borac). DEFENDERS:
Darko Todorovic (Sloboda), Srdan Stanic
(Zrinjski), Daniel Graovac (Zeljeznicar), Marko Mihojevic (Sarajevo), Almir Bekic (Sarajevo), Muhamed Besic (Everton, England), Besim Serbecic (Radnik). MIDFIELDERS:
(Sarajevo), Dino Besirevic (Radnik), Zoran Kvrzic (Rijeka, Croatia), Stjepan Loncar (Siroki Brijeg), Marijan cavar (Zrinjski), Goran Zakaric (eljeznicar), Ognjen Todorovic (Zrinjski), Luka
Menalo (Siroki Brijeg), Amer Ordagic (SK Brann, Norway), Adnan Secerovic (Mladost DK), Haris Medunjanin (Philadelphia Union, USA), Tomislav Tomic (Olimpija, Slovenia), Toni Sunjic (Dinamo Moskva,
Armin Hodzic (Dinamo Zagreb, Croatia), Jasmin Mesanovic (Maribor, Slovenia), Mersudin Ahmetovic (Sarajevo), Nemanja Bilbija (Zrinjski), Elvir Koljic (Krupa).