Milan Živadinović

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Milan Živadinović
Personal information
Full nameMilan Živadinović
Date of birth (1944-12-15) 15 December 1944 (age 76)
Place of birth Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Position(s) Forward
Youth career
–1950 FK Partizan
1950–1962 Red Star Belgrade
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1962–1963 Red Star Belgrade
1963 Čelik Zenica
1963–1965 Vardar 23 (5)
1965–1966 Sloboda Užice
1966–1968 Rijeka 11 (0)
1968–1972 Red Star Belgrade
1972 Crvenka 23 (2)
1972–1974 Südwest
Teams managed
1974–1975 Spartak Subotica
1975–1978 Novi Sad
1980–1981 Rad
1981–1983 Sutjeska Nikšić
1983–1986 Sakaryaspor
1986–1987 Budućnost Titograd
1987–1988 Radnički Niš
1988–1989 Priština
1989–1990 Al-Shabab
1990–1991 OFK Beograd
1991–1992 Budućnost Podgorica
1992–1994 Red Star Belgrade
1996–1998 FR Yugoslavia U21 & U23
1998–1999 FR Yugoslavia
2000 Al-Nasr
2000–2001 Iraq
2002 Obilić
2002 Yemen
2002 Ghana
2004–2005 Saba Battery
2007 Changsha Ginde
2011 Myanmar
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Milan Živadinović (Serbian Cyrillic : Милан Живадиновић, pronounced  [mǐlan ʒiʋadǐːnoʋitɕ] ; born 15 December 1944) is a Serbian former football player and coach, most recently as manager of Myanmar. He is the scout for Ghana footballers for Southeast Europe.

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Career

He is known as a coach who advocates an old-school system of coaching. He was a student of Hugo Ruševljanin under whose guidance he plied his trade. [1]

His most recent appointment was as the head coach of Myanmar in 2011.

Honours

Red Star Belgrade

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References

  1. Ljubiša Panić, Tempo (2002-04-03). "Issue #1761, pgs. 10-11" (in Serbian).