Žikica Milosavljević

Žikica Milosavljević (Serbian Cyrillic: Жикица Милосављевић; born 14 January 1972) is a Serbian handball coach and former player.

Žikica Milosavljević
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Milosavljević in 2008
Personal information
Full name Žikica Milosavljević
Born (1972-01-14) 14 January 1972 (age 49)
Pančevo, SFR Yugoslavia
Nationality Serbian
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Playing position Right wing
Club information
Current club Crvena zvezda (head coach)
Youth career
Team
Dinamo Pančevo
Senior clubs
Years Team
Dinamo Pančevo
Kumanovo
1994–1999
Crvena zvezda
1999–2001
Prule 67
2001–2004
Celje
2004–2007
Cantabria
2007–2010
Valladolid
2010–2011
Bosna Sarajevo
2011–2012
Dinamo Pančevo
2013–2014
Metaloplastika
National team
Years Team
1996–2006
Serbia and Montenegro
Teams managed
2014–2017
Jabuka
2017–2018
Konjuh Živinice
2018–2019
Lokomotiva Brčko
2020–
Crvena zvezda
2020-
Serbia (assistant)

Club careerEdit

After starting out at his hometown club Dinamo Pančevo, Milosavljević spent one year with Kumanovo, before joining Crvena zvezda in 1994. He played for five seasons for the club, winning three consecutive national championships.

In 1999, Milosavljević went abroad to Slovenia and spent two years with Prule 67, before switching to fellow Slovenian club Celje. He helped them win the EHF Champions League in the 2003–04 season.[1] Later on, Milosavljević played for Spanish teams Cantabria (2004–2007) and Valladolid (2007–2010).

International careerEdit

Milosavljević represented Serbia and Montenegro (known as FR Yugoslavia until 2003) in 10 major international tournaments, winning two bronze medals at the World Championships (1999[2] and 2001[3]). He also participated in the 2000 Summer Olympics.[4]

HonoursEdit

Crvena zvezda
Celje
Valladolid

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Celjani evropski prvaki" (in Slovenian). rtvslo.si. 24 April 2004. Retrieved 8 December 2020.
  2. ^ "Jugoslavija treća na svetu" (in Serbian). srbija-info.gov.rs. 16 June 1999. Retrieved 8 December 2020.
  3. ^ "Bronza za Jugoslaviju" (in Serbian). srbija-info.gov.rs. 5 February 2001. Retrieved 8 December 2020.
  4. ^ "Jugoslovenski rukometaši sutra putuju u Sidnej" (in Serbian). srbija-info.gov.rs. 10 September 2000. Retrieved 8 December 2020.

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