AC Ajaccio (France), Monaco (France), Glasgow Rangers (Scotland)
2000 French 1st Division.. Champions (Monaco) 2005 Scottish Premier League Champions (Glasgow Rangers) 2003 League Cup winner (Monaco) 2005 League Cup winner (Glasgow Rangers) 2004 Champions League Finals (Monaco)
Scottish Premier League champions Rangers F.C. as well as the
Croatian national team.
Pršo started playing professionally in 1991 when he was in NK
Zadar, briefly in Hajduk Split, and then in the second-league
team NK Pazinka from Pazin, but not making much impact in any of
these clubs. In 1993 he moved to France to play for FC Rouen,
and then moved to San Raphael in 1995.
In 1996, the AS Monaco manager Jean Tigana noticed him and
acquired him for Monaco. Once there, he became part of the
second team and went on loan to AC Ajaccio. After two years
there, in 1999 he returned to Monaco and that season the club
won the French championship.
Pršo also helped AS Monaco to the UEFA Champions League final in
2004. He is well remembered for his four goal performance in the
8-3 drubbing of Deportivo de La Coruńa (a game which was played
on his birthday - November 5th), the highest scoring Champions
He was part of the Croatian team at Euro 2004 where he played in
three games. Pršo is remembered in this tournament for the one
goal he scored against France in Leiria on June 17, 2004. Over
time, Pršo became an essential part of the Croatian attack
formation and contributed numerous good plays during the 2006
World Cup qualifying rounds.
In recent years, Pršo has exhibited a somewhat peculiar problem
with his knees - after every game where he plays the full time,
his knees get swollen to the extent that he cannot play for