Slaven Bilic served as a pundit on ITV during the 2018 World Cup and 2016 UEFA European Championships.
Born 11 September 1968, Bilic is a retired Croatian professional footballer and manager of English club West Ham United.
Along with his native Croatian, Bili? is fluent in German, Italian and English, while he also holds a degree in law.
As a big fan of rock music, he plays rhythm guitar with his favored red Gibson Explorer and is a member of Rawbau, a Croatian rock group.
In 2008, the band recorded a song for Croatia’s performance at Euro 2008 called “Vatreno ludilo” (“Fiery Madness”).
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