|Full name||Boro Primorac|
|Date of birth||5 December 1954|
|Place of birth||Mostar, FPR Yugoslavia|
|Height||1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|1994–1997||Nagoya Grampus (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Boro Primorac (pronounced [bǒːro prǐːmorats] ; born 5 December 1954) is a Bosnian professional football manager and former player who most recently managed Croatian First Football League club Hajduk Split.
Primorac featured as a centre half with Yugoslavian clubs Velež Mostar and Hajduk Split, as well as for French teams Lille and Cannes.
Primorac played at the senior level for Yugoslavia whom he captained in the late 1970s.He made his debut for them in a February 1976 friendly match away against Tunisia and has earned a total of 14 caps, scoring no goals. Primorac went on to be triumphant as Yugoslavia won the gold medal in football at the 1979 Mediterranean Games. He also was a part of the Yugoslavian squad which got to the semi-finals of the 1980 Summer Olympics. All together Primorac was capped a sum of 18 times for Yugoslavia. His final international was a November 1980 World Cup qualification match against Italy.
After his playing days came to an end, Primorac went on to manage French clubs AS Cannes and Valenciennes.He then worked under Frenchman Arsène Wenger at Grampus Eight in Japan before joining him at Highbury in March 1997. He then served under Wenger within the role of assistant coach at Arsenal.
On 4 November 2020, Primorac was appointed manager of Croatian club Hajduk Split.He was intended to be a caretaker, but after 7 points won in 3 matches he had extended the contract to the end of the year. After declining performances in December his contract was not extended again and he was replaced by Paolo Tramezzani in January 2021.
|Cannes||1 July 1990||30 June 1992||19||4||6||9||21.05|
|Valenciennes||29 August 1992||30 June 1993||14||1||5||8||7.14|
|Hajduk Split||4 November 2020||18 January 2021||6||2||1||3||33.33|
Primorac is an ethnic Herzegovinian Croat.He is reportedly fluent in eight languages; his native Croatian, French, English, Japanese, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian. His son Jure Primorac is also a professional footballer.
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