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The article refers to Hitrec as a "technical officer" - I'm not familar with that usage in football terms. Was he a manager or coach or what we now call "Director of football" ? Bob Palin 20:32, 23 Apr 2004 (UTC)
It looks like a bad translation. I went back to the original page and looked for the Croatian version, and it says "tehnički referent". That could be roughly translated as "technical advisor". Normally I would conclude that this has to do with club management, but given that they mention he worked at a power plant, it could possibly mean that he was in charge of actual technical matters with regards to the football club, its stadium or something like that.
Unfortunately I can't seem to find a single detailed biography about him on the web, although small parts of it are mentioned numerous times... --Shallot 21:42, 23 Apr 2004 (UTC)
I looked around the Dinamo web site a bit more. They presently have "technical staff" that includes the coach and assistant coaches, as well as a "technical secretary". I'm not sure what to make of it... --Shallot