Interperformances Soccer CEO Bojan Tanjevic met with Robert ProsineÄki in Zagreb. Robert is a former football champion, renown for helping Red Star to win three Yugoslav First League titles and one Yugoslav Cup, as well as participating in the club's greatest success in history by winning the 1991 European Cup. In 1987, ProsineÄki was named the tournament's best player as Yugoslavia winning also the World Youth Championship He then played for Yugoslavia at the 1990 World Cup and for Croatia at Euro 96 and the 1998 and 2002 World Cups. It was in 1998 that ProsineÄki and the Croatian squad won third place in the World Cup, with ProsineÄki scoring two goals along the way - this making him the only player in history to have scored World Cup finals goals for two different nations. In 2006 ProsineÄki started his career as coach. After having coached Red Star Belgrade and Azerbaijan's NT, he is now coaching the Bosnian National Team.