This week, three hearings in the trial of the Mamić brothers and others at the Osijek County Court were postponed. The individuals are accused by Uskok of extracting money from NK Dinamo as part of the criminal association in the “Dinamo 2” affair. The accused entrepreneur Igor Krota canceled power of attorney to the former defender at the end of last week, resulting in the postponement of this week’s hearings. The purpose of the postponement is to allow Krota to appoint a new lawyer, and the new main hearing is scheduled for November 28, as revealed in court on Monday.
The indictment includes Zdravko’s son Mario Mamić, former Dinamo director Damir Vrbanović, entrepreneurs Sandro Stipančić and Igor Krota, and manager Nikky Arthur Vuksan. Uskok accuses Zdravko Mamić of organizing the other defendants into a criminal association from December 2004 to December 2015. They are accused of damaging Dinamo for over HRK 144 million by concluding fictitious contracts and issuing invoices for the payment of non-existent services for player transfers. The prosecution also states that NK Dinamo is unjustifiably obligated to pay an additional 7.35 million euros, i.e., 55.8 million kuna.
Football manager Nikky Arthur Vuksan settled with Uskok at the end of October and was sentenced to one year in prison, suspended for five years. Vuksan was found guilty of aiding in the attempted abuse of trust in business operations as part of a criminal association and canceled the power of attorney