Dejan Lovren testimony in Croatian corruption case postponed until September

Dejan Lovren is not a suspect in the ongoing corruption case.
OSIJEK, Croatia — Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren’s testimony at a Croatian football corruption trial was postponed Wednesday after the main suspect fired his lawyers during a hearing.
Lovren, who is not a suspect, was to testify about his financial deals with former Dinamo Zagreb director Zdravko Mamic, who has been charged with embezzlement and tax evasion.
Shortly after the hearing begun, Mamic got into an argument with a judge and his two lawyers, whom he immediately fired. The judge ordered…

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