For the last six years the Yugoslavs have worn a bland design featuring a football and the initials of the JSF, the Yugoslav Football Federation. It had been hastily introduced during the break-up of the former Yugoslavia, replacing the Communist-era badge - a red star with six flames representing the six republics of the old federation.
With Yugoslavia now down to just two republics, Serbia and Montenegro, the new shirt features two gold stars. The logo also includes a double- headed eagle - an ancient Serbian symbol restored by the Yugoslav state in recent years.
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