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Veselin Vujović

Not to be confused with Veselin Vuković.

Veselin Vujović (Serbian Cyrillic:Веселин Вујовић; born 18 January 1961) is a Montenegrin former handball player and current coach of RK Vardar.

Veselin Vujović
Vujović in 2017
Personal information
Born (1961-01-18)18 January 1961 (age 60)
Cetinje, PR Montenegro,
FPR Yugoslavia
Nationality Montenegrin / Serbian
Height 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)
Playing position Left back
Club information
Current club RK Vardar (head coach)
Youth career
Team
Lovćen
Senior clubs
Years Team
1977–1979
Lovćen
1979–1988
Metaloplastika
1988–1993
Barcelona
1993–1995
Granollers
National team
Years Team
1981–1992
Yugoslavia
1993–1996
FR Yugoslavia
Teams managed
1995–1999
RK Metaloplastika
1999–2000
RK Partizan
2000
FR Yugoslavia
2000–2003
BM Ciudad Real
2003–2006
Serbia and Montenegro
2006–2009
RK Vardar PRO
2007
Macedonia
2010
Al Sadd
2011–2013
RK Vardar PRO
2013–2014
Al Shabab
2014–2016
RK Zagreb
2015–2019
Slovenia
2017–2018
RD Koper 2013
2018–2019
RK Železničar 1949
2019–2020
RK Zagreb
2021
RK Borac Banja Luka
2021–
RK Vardar 1961

As a player, Vujović competed at the 1984 and 1988 Summer Olympics for the Yugoslavia national team.

Contents

Vujović managing RK Zagreb in September 2016

During his career Vujović played for RK Metaloplastika, Barcelona and Granollers. At Metaloplastika, he was part of the club golden generation during the 1980s, winning seven league titles, 4 cup titles and two European Champions Cup titles. Vujović also lost one final in 1984 and three semi-final matches in the European Champions Cup while playing for Metaloplastika.

In 1986 he was named as the best athlete of Yugoslavia.

He was first player to receive title of the IHF World Player of the Year.

In 1984 he was a member of the Yugoslav national team which won the gold medal at the Olympics. He played all six matches and scored 28 goals. Four years later he was part of the Yugoslav team which won the bronze medal. He played all six matches again and scored 29 goals.

Player

Metaloplastika
Barcelona
Granollers
Individual

Manager

FR Yugoslavia
Ciudad Real
Serbia and Montenegro
Vardar
Al Sadd
  • Qatar First Division: 2009–10
  • Qatar Crown Prince Cup: 2010
Zagreb
Slovenia
  1. "Metaloplastika prvak Evrope – 1985,86". metaloplastika.wordpress.com.
  2. "Previous Awards". Ihf.info. Archived from the original on 2010-07-21. Retrieved2010-09-11.
Awards and achievements
Preceded by
The Best Athlete of Yugoslavia
1986
Succeeded by

Veselin Vujović
Veselin Vujovic Language Watch Edit Not to be confused with Veselin Vukovic Veselin Vujovic Serbian Cyrillic Veselin Vuјoviћ born 18 January 1961 is a Montenegrin former handball player and current coach of RK Vardar Veselin VujovicVujovic in 2017Personal informationBorn 1961 01 18 18 January 1961 age 60 Cetinje PR Montenegro FPR YugoslaviaNationalityMontenegrin SerbianHeight1 96 m 6 ft 5 in Playing positionLeft backClub informationCurrent clubRK Vardar head coach Youth careerTeamLovcenSenior clubsYearsTeam1977 1979Lovcen1979 1988Metaloplastika1988 1993Barcelona1993 1995GranollersNational teamYearsTeam1981 1992Yugoslavia1993 1996FR YugoslaviaTeams managed1995 1999RK Metaloplastika1999 2000RK Partizan2000FR Yugoslavia2000 2003BM Ciudad Real2003 2006Serbia and Montenegro2006 2009RK Vardar PRO2007Macedonia2010Al Sadd2011 2013RK Vardar PRO2013 2014Al Shabab2014 2016RK Zagreb2015 2019Slovenia2017 2018RD Koper 20132018 2019RK Zeleznicar 19492019 2020RK Zagreb2021RK Borac Banja Luka2021 RK Vardar 1961Medal record Representing Yugoslavia amp FR YugoslaviaOlympic Games1984 Los Angeles Team1988 Seoul TeamWorld Championship1986 Switzerland1982 West GermanyEuropean Championship1996 SpainMediterranean Games1983 CasablancaHead Coach for SloveniaWorld Championship2017 France As a player Vujovic competed at the 1984 and 1988 Summer Olympics for the Yugoslavia national team Contents 1 Playing career 2 Honours 2 1 Player 2 2 Manager 3 References 4 External linksPlaying career Edit Vujovic managing RK Zagreb in September 2016 During his career Vujovic played for RK Metaloplastika Barcelona and Granollers At Metaloplastika he was part of the club golden generation during the 1980s winning seven league titles 4 cup titles and two European Champions Cup titles Vujovic also lost one final in 1984 and three semi final matches in the European Champions Cup while playing for Metaloplastika 1 In 1986 he was named as the best athlete of Yugoslavia He was first player to receive title of the IHF World Player of the Year 2 In 1984 he was a member of the Yugoslav national team which won the gold medal at the Olympics He played all six matches and scored 28 goals Four years later he was part of the Yugoslav team which won the bronze medal He played all six matches again and scored 29 goals Honours EditPlayer Edit MetaloplastikaYugoslav First League 1981 82 1982 83 1983 84 1984 85 1985 86 1986 87 1987 88 Yugoslav Cup 1980 1983 1984 1986 European Champions Cup 1984 85 1985 86BarcelonaLiga ASOBAL 1988 89 1989 90 1990 91 1991 92 Copa del Rey 1990 1993 Supercopa ASOBAL 1988 89 1989 90 1990 91 1991 92 European Champions Cup 1990 91 Catalan League 1990 91 1991 92 1992 93GranollersCopa ASOBAL 1994 EHF Cup 1995IndividualYugoslavia all time top scorer 738 Athlete of the Year in Yugoslavia 1986 IHF World Player of the Year 1988 Handball player of the Year in Yugoslavia 1986 1988Manager Edit FR Yugoslavia2000 Summer Olympics 4th placeCiudad RealCopa del Rey 2001 2003 EHF Cup Winners Cup 2002 2003Serbia and MontenegroWorld Championship U 19 2005VardarMacedonian Super League 2006 07 2008 09 2012 13 Macedonian Cup 2007 2008 2012 SEHA League 2011 12Al SaddQatar First Division 2009 10 Qatar Crown Prince Cup 2010ZagrebDukat Premier League 2014 15 2015 16 Croatian Cup 2015 2016Slovenia2017 World Championship 3rd placeReferences Edit Metaloplastika prvak Evrope 1985 86 metaloplastika wordpress com Previous Awards Ihf info Archived from the original on 2010 07 21 Retrieved 2010 09 11 External links EditProfile Veselin Vujovic at Olympedia Awards and achievementsPreceded by Drazen Petrovic The Best Athlete of Yugoslavia 1986 Succeeded by Mateja Svet Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Veselin Vujovic amp oldid 1042280676, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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