Zoran Zekić

Zoran Zekić

Personal information

Date of birth
(1974-04-29) 29 April 1974 (age 42)

Place of birth
Osijek, SFR Yugoslavia

Height
1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)

Playing position
Striker

Club information

Current team

Osijek (manager)

Senior career*

Years
Team
Apps
(Gls)

1992–1996
Osijek
6
(2)

1996–1998
Cibalia
32
(16)

1998–1999
SC Pfullendorf

1999
NK Otok
24
(14)

2000
Sarajevo
7
(2)

2000–2001
Kamen Ingrad
25
(25)

2001–2002
Zadar
28
(13)

2002–2004
Kamen Ingrad
41
(27)

2004
Maccabi Haifa
0
(0)

2004–2005
Dinamo Zagreb
5
(0)

2005
Inter Zaprešić
14
(6)

2005–2006
Rijeka
10
(1)

2006
Inter Zaprešić
14
(1)

2006–2007
Cibalia
24
(12)

2007–2008
Istra 1961
15
(7)

2008
Segesta
10
(2)

2009
Moslavina
14
(9)

2009–2010
Lučko
16
(4)

2010–2011
Maksimir
29
(17)

Total

314
(158)

Teams managed

2010–2013
Maksimir

2014
FC Sheriff-2 Tiraspol

2014–2015
Sheriff Tiraspol

2015–
Osijek

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 1 September 2015.

Zoran Zekić (born 29 April 1974 in Osijek) is a Croatian former football player and manager who currently manages NK Osijek in the Croatian First League.[1]
References[edit]

^ “Zoran Zekic”. worldfootball.net. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 

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NK Osijek – current squad

1 Mikulić
3 Pavić
4 Kurtović
6 Džolan
9 Mandić
10 Perošević
11 Aganspahić
12 Žitnjak
13 Malenica
15 Arsenić
16 Radotić
17 Maslać
18 Štrkalj
19 Lesjak
20 L. Mihaljević
21 Škorić
22 Šorša
23 Grgić
24 Šarić
25 Čakalić
26 Matas
27 Čuljak
28 Lukić
29 D. Mihaljević
Manager: Besek

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Croatian First Football League managers

Carrillo (Hajduk Split)
Kek (Rijeka)
Kopić (Slaven Belupo)
Lokica (RNK Split)
Pacult (Cibalia)
Petev (Dinamo Zagreb)
Tokić (Lokomotiva)
Toplak (Inter Zaprešić)
Tot (Istra 1961)
Zekić (Osijek)

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NK Osijek – managers

Čordaš (1992)
Grnja (1993–1994)
Šušak (1994–1995)
Matković (1995)
Čačić (1995–1996)
Katalinić (1996)
Popović (1996)
Bonačić (1996–1997)
Đuričić (1997–1999)
Poklepović (1999)
Strugačevac (1999)
Mršić (1999–2001)
Bilić (2001)
Lokica (2001–2