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Dino Djulbic's long road from war-torn youth to A-League Grand Final

When Perth Glory defender Dino Djulbic steps out for Sunday's A-League Grand Final against Sydney, his late father Esad will be at the forefront of his mind.

Djulbic was just nine years old when he and his family fled war-torn Bosnia. His father stayed behind to fight in the war.

A few months later, Djulbic was given the devastating news that his father had died. For three long months Djulbic and his family grieved until a phone call changed their lives forever.

"Someone rang up and said that he's...

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Melbourne Victory completes Terry Antonis, Dino Djulbic deals

Melbourne Victory recruit Terry Antonis still harbours ambitions of a career in Europe but admits he will be a little more careful next time an opportunity presents himself.

Antonis is back home after departing Eredivisie club VVV Venlo, having failed to make a single Dutch league appearance in his six-month stint.

It was his second crack at Europe and after penning a two-and-a-half year deal with Victory, the 24-year-old is now at his third A-League club.

Heralded as one of Australia's brightest...

Melbourne City credits 'nutcase' Dino Djulbic for Perth's elimination final win

Melbourne City defender Michael Jakobsen and manager Michael Valkanis have both singled out Dino Djulbic as Perth Glory's elimination final matchwinner.

The veteran defender was a major difference between the two sides, putting in an inspired shift at the heart of Perth's defence at AAMI Park.

He was disciplined, subduing star City man Bruno Fornaroli in Glory's 2-0 win.

He was poised, switching to mark Tim Cahill -- the competition's most deadly aerial threat -- at set pieces.

And he was crazy-brave,...

Dino Djulbic and Fernando Brandan suspended after extra-time clash

Perth Glory's Dino Djulbic
Dino Djulbic has been given a three-match ban for his red card against Melbourne City.

Perth Glory defender Dino Djulbic and Melbourne City midfielder Fernando Brandan face suspensions of three matches and two matches respectively over their extra-time clash at AAMI Park.

The pair were red carded after tangling in the Glory goal mouth during Tuesday night's 3-3 A-League thriller, with both appearing to lash out at the other.

The match review panel reviewed the matter on Wednesday and found both guilty of assaulting a player.

Djulbic copped the mandatory one match ban for his red...