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Al Jazeeras Robin Forestier Walker reports from the Croatian capital, Zagreb.
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Croatians hope that their success in the 2018 World Cup will inspire not only future world-class players like midfield-lynchpin Luka Modric, but also investment in the nations football infrastructure.
Hopes rest on star players like Luka Modric, who have brought their country to the threshold of sporting history, but many feel that the players have succeeded despite Croatias football federation, not because of it.