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To help its players without a contract in a challenging period, the Croatian professional footballers association, HUNS, organised a training camp. With a short documentary, the Croatian players' union provided an exclusive insider's look of the team's activities this past summer.

For the second consecutive year HUNS gave its members the possibility to join a two-week training camp, in order to get in shape as they look for a new contract as a professional footballer. The team also played two friendly matches, winning both.

Next to that, Team HUNS made its debut at the FIFPro Tournament Central Europe, which was held in Nyon, Switzerland. The Croatian players performed well, as they reached the final, in which they were narrowly beaten by Serbia.

The camera was present on the first day of the HUNS training camp when coach Kristijan Polovanec addressed the players, and the camera remained with the team until the award ceremony of the Central Europe FIFPro Tournament.

In total, nine of the players who participated in the HUNS training camp found a new club, albeit from different levels. Zvonimir Blaic and Leonard Mesaric signed with the champions of respectively Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Iran, while other players headed to the lower leagues of Croatia and Switzerland.

The following players were successful

(player, club, country, level)
Zvonimir Blaic - HSK Zrinjski Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1)
Mario Brlecic - Concordia Chiajna (Romania, 1)
Hrvoje Spahija - NK Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia, 1)
Leonard Mesaric - Foolad FC (Iran, 1)
Sime Maruna - FK Banik Most (Czech Republic, 2)
Ivan Matosevic - NK Pomorac Kostrena (Croatia, 2)
Drazen Jelic - NK Junak Sinj (Croatia, 3)
Nikola Gataric - FC Solothurn (Switzerland, 4)
Antonio Lisak - SV BW Ramsloh (Germany, ama)