Milovan Ćirić, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Date of Death

    

Milovan Ćirić

Serbian football manager

Date of Birth: 12-Feb-1918

Place of Birth: Belgrade, Belgrade District

Date of Death: 14-Oct-1986

Profession: association football manager, association football player

Zodiac Sign: Aquarius


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About Milovan Ćirić

  • Milovan Ciric (12 February 1918 – 14 October 1986) was a Serbian football coach and former player.
  • He was the first captain of Red Star Belgrade (1946–47) but in June 1947, he moved to city rivals FK Partizan (1947–48).
  • With FK Partizan he won Yugoslav cup (1947).
  • After finished his career as a player, Ciric first worked as a coach in FK Partizan (1948–51) as youth team manager. Throughout his long career he's coached OFK Beograd (1951–53), FK Partizan (1953/54), Yugoslavia national football team (from May to October 1954 as part of a 5-man commission along with Branko Pešic, Aleksandar Tirnanic, Leo Lemešic, and Franjo Wölfl as well as from December 1973 to July 1974 as part of another 5-man commission featuring Miljan Miljanic, Milan Ribar, Sulejman Rebac, and Tomislav Ivic), Red Star Belgrade (1954–57, 1975/76), S.S.
  • Lazio (1957/58), Hajduk Split (1958–61, 1963/64), OFK Beograd (1961–63, 1964/65), Israel national football team (1965–68), Besiktas J.K.
  • (1968/69), Aris FC (1969–71), Valencia CF (1974/75), India national football team (1984–85), etc.

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