Manager fired after reportedly buying booze with player's stolen credit card

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QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:41 AM ET

A former Croatian manager lost his job after allegedly going on a booze run with a players stolen credit card.

Josip Gaspar, who played for Croat side Dinamo Zagreb in the late 80s and early 90s, was fired earlier this month from his job coaching NK Zagreb Precko.

The reason he was dismissed? According to reports, Gaspar snuck into the teams locker room at their practice facility, stole a players credit card and used it to buy 36 1L bottles of Jagermeister. The cost totalled 3,956 kune, about US$676.

Gaspar was later caught after going back to the store to buy more alcohol. This time, however, the credit card was declined for exceeding the limit. He was taped by store security cameras and subsequently taken into custody.


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