By Aris Barkas/ email@example.com
Nets‘ Bojan Bogdanovic was on vacation in Turkey during the failed military coup attemp, but he flew from the country via the Greek Island of Rhodes in time.
As Greek portal sportfm.gr reports, Bogdanovic and his girlfriend were on vacations in the Turkish Bodrum Peninsula, near the ancient Greek city of Halicarnassus. When the news about the coup were learned, he flew via a boat to the Greek Island of Rhodes, fearing that things may get worst.
The “escape” was arranged via his agent in collaboration with the team manager of the Greek team Colossus, George Gkotzogiannis and the member of the club board Panagiotis Kounakis. The distance between the Greek island and the Bodrum Peninsula can be traveled in one hour, so the 27 years old Croatian arrived safe, spend a few hours in Rhodes and then left for Zagreb.