Slavija from East Sarajevo, established in 1908, currently plays in Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Premier League. One morning this summer, Executive Board member Zoran Golub was killed in a hail of bullets in an East Sarajevo café. Golub had arrived in BiH after a Serbia court had sentenced him and DragoMitrović for extorting 301,000 Euros from a Novi Sad couple, Danica and Savo Prodanović, as part of a bizarre scam. Drago, court records show, posed as a psychic who intimated to the parents that if they didn’t repay a loan their son had taken out he and their daughter-in-law would be in grave danger. Investigators think Golub was connected to Sreten Jocić or Joca Amsterdam, an organized crime group blamed in Serbia for conspiracy to kill several people, including former Prime Minister Zoran Đinđić. Police have characterized Golub’s murder as the result of conflict between Joca Amsterdam and a rival Zemun group.