Date of Death: May 02, 2013
Cause(s) of Death: Heart failure
Ivan Turina (Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: [iːʋan turina]; born 3 October 1980 in Zagreb) is a Croatian football goalkeeper who is currently playing for AIK. Turina started his professional career with Dinamo Zagreb in the summer of 1998, initially serving as the club's fourth-choice goalkeeper behind Dražen Ladić, Tomislav Butina and Vladimir Vasilj. He did not make any competitive appearances for Dinamo until 2003 and also spent three seasons on loan to Croatia Sesvete, Kamen Ingrad and Osijek. Turina became the first-choice goalkeeper at Dinamo Zagreb during the 2003-04 season, making 22 appearances in the Croatian First League. He also made his first two UEFA Cup appearances for the club in the autumn of 2003. The 2004-05 season saw him making 12 domestic league appearances for Dinamo as their second-choice goalkeeper, but then he went on to regain his place as the first-choice goalkeeper at the club for the 2005-06 season and appeared in all of their 32 domestic league matches during a title-winning season. He also started the 2006-07 season as Dinamo Zagreb's first-choice goalkeeper, appearing in all of their four UEFA Champions League qualifiers against Ekranas and Arsenal
Nu har jag gjort mitt vad gäller att producera barn. Men skulle det ha hänt hade han hetat Ivan. Ivan för två av de största, Obolo/Turina.
RT @annabrolin: +1 RT “@Ekwall: Tobias Hysén om Ivan Turina, de finaste rader en svensk fotbollsspelare författat någonsin. http://t.co/sPe…
Delade AIK och Ivan turina i Grekland. #DelaAIK https://t.co/0DNMDBEieY
@aikfotboll put @hjartlungfonden ❤ logo on their jersey in honor of Ivan Turina @HNS_CFF @gnkdinamo @SwedeninHR ⚽🇭🇷 https://t.co/DgryJnz1aR