They're a European team that will have more than a few sympathetic followers from North America.
Bosnia-Herzegovina on Monday unveiled their 24-man provisional World Cup roster more than a week ahead of the May 13 FIFA deadline.
On the preliminary list for Bosnia-Herzegovina are former St. Louis University star Vedad Ibisevic and ex-Canadian national team goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, who switched to represent the country of his birth. The USMNT recently defeated Ibisevic & Co. in a thriller last August.
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Below is the 24-man provisional squad that will be managed by Safet Susic. The 32 participating nations in the World Cup will be required to submit a final 23-man list by June 2.
Emir Spahic – Bayer Leverkusen (Germany) / 34
Toni Sunjic – FC Zorya Lugansk (Ukraine) / 25
Sead Kolasinac – Schalke 04 (Germany) / 21
Ognjen Vranjes – FC Elazigspor (Turkey) / 24
Ervin Zukanovic – KAA Gent (Belgium) / 27
Ermin Bicakcic – Eintracht Braunschweig (Germany) / 24
Muhamed Besic – Ferencvaros (Hungary) / 21
Miralem Pjanic – AS Roma (Italy) / 24
Izet Hajrovic – Galatasaray (Turkey) / 22
Mensur Mujdza – SC Freiburg (Germany) / 30
Haris Medunjanin – FC Gaziantespor (Turkey) / 29
Senad Lulic – SS Lazio (Italy) / 28
Anel Hadzic – Sturm Graz (Austria) / 24
Tino Susic – Hajduk Split (Croatia) / 22
Sejad Salihovic – Hoffenheim (Germany) / 29
Zvjezdan Misimovic – FC Guizhou Renhe (China) / 31
Senijad Ibricic – Erciyespor (Turkey) / 28
Avdija Vrsajevic – Hajduk Split (Croatia) / 28