Al Ain Coach Mamić sentenced to four years and 11 months in jail
Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric and Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren are taking the Mamic family to jail after appearing as witnesses during the trial in Osijek providing details of their transfers from Dinamo.
The Mamic brothers, former club director Damir Vrbanovic, and a tax inspector have all been found guilty of charge after defrauding the state budget of about 12.2 million kuna in unpaid taxes and surtaxes.
Al Ain Coach Zoran Mamic is sentenced to four years and 11 months in jail, while his brother Zdravko is sentenced to six and a half years.
The verdict is not final, yet Zoran’s brother should be in jail according to Croatian law as he is sentenced to more than five years, yet he travelled yesterday to Bosnia and Herzgovnia as there is an extradition agreement between both countries. None of the four accused made it to hear the sentencing at Osijek County Court.
As the decision is not final Mamic can still lead Al Ain next season, the Croatian coach won the league in UAE last season and helped Pharaoh Hussien El Shahat score nine goals and four assists during his spell with the champions.
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