Friday, 31. October 2014
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Croatian football star Dino Drpic has been put on the transfer list after his
Playboy model wife revealed how they'd had sex on the pitch where his team beat
Defender Dino, 27, and his stunning wife Nives Celsius romped on the centre spot of his club's Zagreb stadium where England were later trounced 2-0 in a Euro 2008 qualifier.
The kinky couple had even arranged for pals to leave the floodlights on at the Maksimir Stadium, Nives revealed on a Serbian TV chatshow.
"Dino had arranged that people should turn on the stadium lights for us and he finally fulfilled his dream of having sex in the middle of a football pitch. It was very naughty," said Nives in the interview which was done to promote her book 'The Naked Truth' on life as a glamour model.
Now Dino might be heading to Britain after being placed on the transfer list by club bosses at Dinamo Zagreb who refused to comment on the midnight romp.
National squad pal Luca Modric is already playing at Spurs and the defender is said to be keen to join him.
Last summer the Croatian couple hit the headlines when a British couple tried to snatch their long-haired blond son after mistaking him for Madeleine McCann.
Nives was on holiday on the Croatian island Krk with her sister when the couple started taking photographs of little Leone and tried to grab his arm.
Nives said at the time: "I am used to people taking photos of me and approaching me because we are famous in Croatia so I didn’t react when the couple photographed us.
"I started getting suspicious when the British woman approached Leone and started chatting with him. Suddenly she grabbed him by the arm, apparently thinking nobody was watching.
"However, when I went over she realised my child was a boy and apologised."
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