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2011–12 Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The 2011–12 Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina was the twelfth season of the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the highest football league of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The 2011–12 fixtures were announced on 5 July 2011. The season began on 6 August 2011 and ended on 23 May 2012. A winter break with no matches was scheduled between 28 November and 3 March,[2] but was extended for a week due to heavy snowfalls.[3] Borac lost their title from the previous season to Željezničar, which secured the first position after round 27, with 3 matches left to play.[4]

Premijer Liga
Season2011–12
ChampionsŽeljezničar
4th Premier League title
5th Bosnian title
7th Domestic title overall
RelegatedSloboda
Kozara
Champions LeagueŽeljezničar
Europa LeagueŠiroki Brijeg
Borac
Sarajevo
Matches played240
Goals scored600 (2.5 per match)
Top goalscorerEldin Adilović (19 goals)
Biggest home winBorac 6–0 GOŠK
Biggest away winKozara 0–6 Olimpik
Highest scoringKozara 6–2 Slavija
Travnik 3–5 Široki Brijeg
(8 goals)
Longest winning run12 matches
Željezničar
Longest unbeaten run26 matches
Željezničar
Longest winless run16 matches
Kozara
Longest losing run7 matches
Slavija
Kozara
Highest attendance12,000[1]
Željezničar 1–0 Sarajevo
Lowest attendance501[1]
Olimpic 1–0 Rudar

Sixteen clubs participated in the season, including fourteen returning from the 2010–11 season and one promoted club from each second-level league.

Contents

TeamsEdit

Budućnost Banovići and Drina Zvornik were relegated to their respective second-level league at the end of the 2010–11 season. Both clubs returned to the second tier after just one year each at the Premijer Liga.[citation needed]

The relegated teams were replaced by the champions of the two second-level leagues, GOŠK Gabela from the Prva Liga FBiH and Kozara Gradiška from the Prva Liga RS. Kozara returned to the top league after eight years in second level and GOŠK debuted in the top level.[citation needed]

Stadiums and locationsEdit

Team Location Stadium[5] Capacity[6]
Borac Banja Luka Banja Luka City Stadium 7,238
Čelik Zenica Bilino Polje 15,292
GOŠK Gabela Podavala Stadium1 2,800
Kozara Gradiška Gradski stadion (Gradiška) 5,000
Leotar Trebinje Police Stadium 8,550
Olimpic Sarajevo Stadion Otoka2 3,000
Rudar Prijedor Gradski stadion (Prijedor) 5,000
Sarajevo Sarajevo Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium 35,630
Slavija Istočno Sarajevo Gradski SRC Slavija 6,000
Sloboda Tuzla Stadion Tušanj 8,444
Široki Brijeg Široki Brijeg Stadion Pecara 5,628
Travnik Travnik Stadion Pirota 3,200
Velež Mostar Stadion Vrapčići 5,294
Zrinjski Mostar Bijeli Brijeg Stadium 20,000
Zvijezda Gradačac Banja Ilidža 5,000
Željezničar Sarajevo Stadion Grbavica 16,100

1 GOŠK played their first home game (round 2) in Čitluk, Bare Stadium, on 14 August 2011 against Sarajevo as their stadium, Podavala, still was under renovation.

2 Olimpic played their first three home matches (round 2, 5 and 7) on Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium as their stadium was under reconstruction and renovation. They returned on Otoka Stadium after more than 2 years in round 9 on 2 October 2011 against GOŠK. They also played their first home game in the second half-season, on 10 March 2012, in round 16, against Rudar, at Bare Stadium in Čitluk, as heavy snowfalls during winter in Sarajevo disabled Otoka Stadium for any football games.

Personnel and kitsEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Team Manager Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt Sponsor
Borac   Slaviša Božičić   Draško Žarić NAAI m:tel
Čelik   Vlatko Glavaš   Emir Hadžić Joma RM-LH
GOŠK   Boris Gavran   Vedad Šabanović Jako Habitus/
Ledo
Kozara   Miloš Pojić   Nenad Studen NAAI Stihl
Leotar   Borče Sredojević    Zdravko Šaraba Kappa Elnos
Olimpic   Nedim Jusufbegović   Jako Europlakat
Rudar   Velimir Stojnić   Goran Kotaran Legea Optima/
ArcelorMittal
Sarajevo   Dragan Jović   Sedin Torlak Lescon AurA
Slavija   Vlado Čapljić   Goran Simić adidas Red Star Sport/
Nova Banka
Sloboda   Abdulah Ibraković   Denis Mujkić Jako
Široki Brijeg   Marijan Bloudek    Dalibor Šilić Jako Mepas
Travnik   Husnija Arapović   Elvedin Varupa Joma ADK
Velež   Asmir Džafić   NAAI Bosnalijek
Zrinjski    Dragan Perić
(caretaker)
  Damir Džidić Zeus HT-ERONET
Zvijezda   Zoran Kuntić   Amir Hamzić Zeus
Željezničar   Amar Osim   Mirsad Bešlija Macron CODE

Managerial changesEdit

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Replaced by Date of appointment
Borac   Vlado Jagodić Mutual agreement 28 May 2011[7] Off-season   Zvjezdan Cvetković 4 June 2011[8]
Široki Brijeg   Blaž Slišković Signed by Al-Ansar 31 May 2011[9]   Mario Ćutuk 4 June 2011[10]
Leotar   Dragan Spaić Renamed to first assistant 8 June 2011[11]   Slavko Jović 8 June 2011
Rudar   Boris Gavran End of contract 13 June 2011[12]   Dragan Radović 13 June 2011
Čelik   Abdulah Ibraković Mutual agreement 20 June 2011[13]   Boris Gavran 20 June 2011
Sarajevo   Mirza Varešanović Dismissed 25 June 2011[14]   Jiří Plíšek 25 June 2011
Velež   Milomir Odović End of contract 1 July 2011[15]   Mirza Varešanović 6 July 2011[16]
Široki Brijeg   Mario Ćutuk Mutual agreement 9 July 2011[17]   Branko Karačić 9 July 2011
Olimpic   Mehmed Janjoš Mutual agreement 15 Aug 2011[18] 10th   Nedim Jusufbegović 15 Aug 2011
Čelik   Boris Gavran Mutual agreement 23 Aug 2011[19] 16th   Elvedin Beganović
(caretaker)
23 Aug 2011
Leotar   Slavko Jović Dismissed 2 Sep 2011[20] 13th   Bogdan Korak 2 Sep 2011
GOŠK   Darko Dražić Signed by SMK FC 6 Sep 2011[21] 15th   Milomir Odović 8 Sep 2011[22]
Slavija   Dragan Bjelica Resigned 12 Sep 2011[23] 13th   Aleksandar Simić
(caretaker)
12 Sep 2011
Travnik   Nedžad Selimović Dismissed 17 Sep 2011[24] 11th   Mesud Duraković 19 Sep 2011[25]
Kozara   Vinko Marinović Resigned 18 Sep 2011[26] 15th   Vlado Jagodić 20 Sep 2011[27]
Slavija   Aleksandar Simić
(caretaker)
End of tenure as caretaker 23 Sep 2011 15th   Zoran Erbez 23 Sep 2011[28]
Sloboda   Ibrahim Crnkić Resigned 24 Sep 2011[29] 11th   Darko Vojvodić 28 Sep 2011[30]
Čelik   Elvedin Beganović
(caretaker)
Promoted 25 Sep 2011[19] 10th   Elvedin Beganović
(official manager)
25 Sep 2011[31]
Travnik   Mesud Duraković Dismissed 28 Sep 2011[32] 14th   Nermin Bašić 30 Sep 2011[33]
Borac   Zvjezdan Cvetković Dismissed 3 Oct 2011[34] 4th   Velimir Stojnić 3 Oct 2011
Travnik   Nermin Bašić Renamed to first assistant 10 Oct 2011[35] 9th   Haris Jaganjac 10 Oct 2011
Sarajevo   Jiří Plíšek Resigned 20 Dec 2011[36] 3rd   Dragan Jović 6 Jan 2012[37]
Leotar   Bogdan Korak Dismissed 21 Dec 2011[38] 14th   Borče Sredojević 21 Dec 2011
Zvijezda   Dragan Jović Signed by Sarajevo 6 Jan 2012[37] 9th   Zoran Kuntić 13 Jan 2012[39]
Travnik   Haris Jaganjac Dismissed 11 Jan 2012[40] 15th   Husnija Arapović 11 Jan 2012
Slavija   Zoran Erbez Resigned 17 Jan 2012[41] 16th   Milan Gutović 17 Jan 2012
GOŠK   Milomir Odović Resigned 27 Jan 2012[42] 12th   Boris Gavran 30 Jan 2012[43]
Borac   Velimir Stojnić Resigned 17 Mar 2012[44] 4th   Slaviša Božičić 19 Mar 2012[45]
Široki Brijeg   Branko Karačić Dismissed 19 Mar 2012[46] 2nd   Marijan Bloudek 20 Mar 2012[47]
Slavija   Milan Gutović Resigned 20 Mar 2012[48] 16th   Vlado Čapljić 20 Mar 2012[49]
Čelik   Elvedin Beganović Resigned 22 Mar 2012[50] 7th   Amir Japaur
(caretaker)
22 Mar 2012
Rudar   Dragan Radović Dismissed 25 Mar 2012[51] 12th   Velimir Stojnić 26 Mar 2012[52]
Čelik   Amir Japaur
(caretaker)
End of tenure as caretaker 28 Mar 2012[53] 9th   Vlatko Glavaš 28 Mar 2012
Velež   Mirza Varešanović Resigned 19 Apr 2012[54] 10th   Adnan Dizdarević
(caretaker)
19 Apr 2012
Velež   Adnan Dizdarević
(caretaker)
End of tenure as caretaker 24 Apr 2012[55] 10th   Asmir Džafić 24 Apr 2012
Zrinjski    Slaven Musa Resigned 29 Apr 2012[56] 6th   Draženko Bogdan
(caretaker)
2 May 2012[57]
Kozara   Vlado Jagodić Resigned 30 Apr 2012[58] 16th   Siniša Đurić
(caretaker)
1 May 2012[59]
Sloboda   Darko Vojvodić Resigned 30 Apr 2012[60] 15th   Abdulah Ibraković 3 May 2012[61]
Kozara   Siniša Đurić End of tenure as caretaker 3 May 2012[62] 16th   Miloš Pojić 3 May 2012
Zrinjski   Draženko Bogdan
(caretaker)
End of tenure as caretaker 11 May 2012[63] 6th    Dragan Perić
(caretaker)
11 May 2012

Season eventsEdit

Incident in Travnik–Borac gameEdit

The match between Travnik and Borac was abandoned during halftime after the main referee of the match was attacked by a member of Travnik.[64] The disciplinary commission fined Travnik €2500 and pronounced that the team would play their next two home matches without spectators,[65] though this was later reduced to a single match.[66]

Away fans banEdit

The ban on away fans commenced on 8 October 2011 by the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina after a pair of incidents caused by Ultras groups. Intended to end in 2011,[67] the ban was extended to the start of the 2012–13 season.[68]

Several incidents preceded the ban:

  • In the 21 August 2011 match between Zrinjski and Olimpic, members of Ultras Mostar (a Zrinjski fan club), angrily stormed the field after Olimpic scored their third goal.[69]
  • In the 24 August 2011 match between Slavija and Sarajevo, Sokolovi (a Slavija fan club) chanted insulting jeers during the game. Later in the match, ten people managed to enter the field during play.[70][71] Zrinjski was penalized with a €2000 fine, while Slavija received a €4000 fine and were prohibited spectators at their following two home games.[72]
  • In the eighth round match between Borac and Željezničar, immediately after Željezničar took the lead, the Lešinari Ultras (a Borac fan club) broke through the emergency exit. They stormed the field and attacked The Maniacs (a Željezničar fan club) with flares and stones.[73] Several Maniacs were wounded in the altercation. The competition commission registered the game as a 0–3 win for Željezničar,[74] while the disciplinary commission punished Borac with a €5000 fine and banned spectators from their next three home games.[75]
  • In the 28 September 2011 match between Zrinjski and Velež at Bijeli Brijeg Stadium, after Velež took the lead in the final minutes of the game, Ultras Mostar broke into the field and chased the Velež players.[76][77] Zrinjski was punished for this incident by the disciplinary commission with a €5000 fine and were forced to play their next five home matches without spectators.[78] The game was registered with an official result of 0–3 for Velež.[79]
  • The final incident before the ban occurred in Sarajevo before the friendly match between Željezničar and Hajduk from Croatia. Torcida Split (a Hajduk fanclub) came to the stadium three hours before the match. Because of the small number of police officers at the stadium at that point, they were able to enter the south stand of Grbavica stadium. In the stands, a small group of The Maniacs were preparing the tifo (fan choreography) for the match. The members of Torcida Split began disrupting this, provoking an altercation that spiraled into a riot.[80] The game was cancelled due to this.[81]

The ban was lifted on 31 July 2012, before the start of the 2012–13 Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.[82]

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Željezničar (C) 30 22 5 3 68 17 +51 71 2012–13 UEFA Champions League Second qualifying round
2 Široki Brijeg 30 18 9 3 48 17 +31 63 2012–13 UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round[a]
3 Borac Banja Luka 30 17 4 9 46 26 +20 55 2012–13 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round[a]
4 Sarajevo 30 16 6 8 48 31 +17 54
5 Olimpic 30 15 7 8 44 23 +21 52
6 Zrinjski 30 12 9 9 47 41 +6 45
7 Zvijezda 30 13 6 11 37 35 +2 45
8 Travnik 30 10 5 15 42 53 −11 35
9 Čelik 30 8 10 12 31 39 −8 34
10 Rudar Prijedor 30 10 4 16 30 46 −16 34
11 Velež 30 8 9 13 28 35 −7 33
12 Leotar 30 9 6 15 27 40 −13 33
13 GOŠK Gabela 30 8 9 13 26 43 −17 33
14 Slavija 30 10 2 18 36 61 −25 32[b]
15 Sloboda Tuzla (R) 30 10 2 18 23 48 −25 32[b] Relegation to 2012–13 First League of the FBiH
16 Kozara (R) 30 4 7 19 19 45 −26 19 Relegation to 2012–13 First League of the RS
Source: SportSport.ba (in Bosnian)
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd goal difference; 3rd goals scored
For deciding champions, qualification to UEFA Europa League and relegation: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head points; 3rd head-to-head goal difference; 4th head-to-head goals scored; 5th head-to-head away goals scored; 6th goal difference; 7th goals scored
(C) Champion; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b As Željezničar also won the national cup, their slot as the cup winner was taken by the second-placed team in the league, Široki Brijeg. As Široki Brijeg was also the runner-up in the cup, the fourth placed team on the league table also qualified for UEFA Europa League.[83]
  2. ^ a b SLO 1–0 SLA; SLA 2–0 SLO

Positions by roundEdit

Team ╲ Round123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930
Željezničar12711967543322221111111111111111
Široki Brijeg344443211111112222222222222222
Borac Banja Luka433222334545444444434444444433
Sarajevo111111122233333333343333333344
Olimpic81071012151287666666666555555655555
Zrinjski658856465454555555666666566666
Zvijezda1112141214111415131212147109887777877777777
Travnik765571011149111113141415151414121311131113131391088
Čelik14151615161613101091388777799997891012129109
Rudar Prijedor91310148128711138101091010111213101099119108111210
Velež2223346567779889988881010888108911
Leotar10119111387988101213121314131314141214121011911121312
GOŠK Gabela1616151315910111214149111112121011101113111312121113131413
Slavija59671013151616161616161616161616161616151514141414151514
Sloboda Tuzla1381269591214151515151511111210111214121415151515141115
Kozara15141316111416131510911121314131515151515161616161616161616
Leader
2012–13 UEFA Europa League Second qualifying round
2012–13 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round
Relegation to 2012–13 Prva Liga FBiH or 2012–13 Prva Liga RS
Source: SportSport.ba
Notes: 1 Match in Round 12 between Čelik and Sloboda wasn't played in week 12, but was postponed for 16 November (between 13 and 14 week) to get Bilino Polje's pitch in a good shape for the play-off match for UEFA Euro 2012 between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Portugal which was scheduled for 11 November.[84]

ResultsEdit

Home \ Away BOR ČEL GŠK KOZ LEO OLI RPR SAR SLA SLO ŠB TRA VEL ZRI ZVI ŽEL
Borac Banja Luka 2–0 6–0 1–0 3–1 1–0 3–1 2–0 3–2 4–1 0–0 1–0 3–0 2–1 1–2 0–3[a]
Čelik 0–0 2–0 2–0 2–3 1–0 3–0 1–1 1–2 1–0 0–0 2–2 1–1 1–3 2–1 1–1
GOŠK Gabela 1–0 0–0 0–0 2–1 3–0 3–0 1–4 1–2 1–4 1–2 3–1 0–0 0–0 2–1 0–1
Kozara 0–1 1–2 0–0 1–0 0–6 1–0 1–3 6–2 1–1 1–2 1–2 0–0 0–0 1–2 0–2
Leotar 3–0 0–0 0–0 1–0 0–1 1–0 1–0 2–0 2–0 0–0 1–1 0–1 1–2 0–0 2–1
Olimpic 2–1 1–0 0–0 2–0 4–1 1–0 1–0 2–0 2–0 0–0 1–2 0–0 3–0 2–0 0–1
Rudar Prijedor 1–3 0–0 3–0 3–0 2–0 1–1 1–2 0–1 2–0 1–1 4–0 1–0 3–2 1–0 0–5
Sarajevo 2–2 4–2 0–2 4–0 1–0 2–0 3–1 2–1 2–1 0–1 1–0 1–1 2–0 3–2 2–2
Slavija 0–2 2–0 1–0 2–1 2–3 2–2 1–1 0–4 2–0 2–0 3–0 0–1 1–2 3–1 1–5
Sloboda Tuzla 0–1 1–0 2–1 1–0 2–1 1–4 1–2 0–1 1–0 1–0 1–0 2–0 3–2 0–0 0–4
Široki Brijeg 1–1 1–0 2–0 1–0 5–1 1–1 3–0 3–1 5–0 2–0 3–1 2–0 1–1 0–0 2–1
Travnik 0–3[b] 3–4 1–1 0–0 2–0 2–1 3–0 1–2 3–0 3–0 3–5 3–2 2–2 2–1 2–1
Velež 1–0 2–1 1–2 0–0 1–1 1–3 0–1 0–0 3–0 3–0 0–2 4–1 3–1 1–1 1–2
Zrinjski 1–0 1–1 4–2 2–3 1–0 2–4 3–1 1–1 3–1 2–0 0–1 2–0 1–0 4–1 0–0
Zvijezda 2–0 2–1 0–0 1–0 4–1 1–0 2–0 2–0 4–2 1–0 0–2 3–2 2–0 1–1 0–3
Željezničar 1–0 5–0 5–0 2–1 2–0 0–0 3–0 1–0 3–1 4–0 1–0 1–0 4–1 3–3 1–0
Updated to match(es) played on 23 May 2012. Source: SportSport.ba
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
Notes:
  1. ^ Match Borac–Željezničar, in week 8, was abandoned after 34 minutes of game and on result of 0–1 because huligans of Borac entered the field and attacked Željezničar fans with stones and flares before special forces distanced them and calmed the situation. Some 45 minutes after the incident the official referee decided to empty the stadium and soon after to abandon the match. The disciplinary and contest commission awarded Željezničar with a technical win of 0–3, while "Gradski Stadion", Borac home stadium, got suspended for 3 matches.[75]
  2. ^ The disciplinary and contest commission awarded Borac a 0–3 win over Travnik in week 5, after the match was cancelled during the halftime when the referee stated that he was attacked in the tunnel. Travnik denies any connection with the attacks. The result on halftime was 1–1. "Pirota", Travniks home stadium, also got suspended for 2 matches (later it was reduced to only one match) and Travnik got a fine.[65][66]

Clubs season-progressEdit

Team ╲ Round123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930
Borac Banja LukaWWDWWWLLLDWLWWWWLDWWLWLLWWWLWD
ČelikLLLWLDWWDDLWDWWDDLLDLWLLLDLWDD
GOŠK GabelaLLDWLWDDDLDWLLDLWDDLLWLWLWLLDW
KozaraLLDDWLLWLWDDLLLLDDDLLLLLLLWLLL
LeotarDLWLLWWLDDLDLLLLWLDDWLWWLWLLLW
OlimpicDLWLLLWWDWWLWWDWLWWDWLWLDDWWWD
Rudar PrijedorDLWLWLWDLLWLDWLLLLLWWWLLWLDLLW
SarajevoWWDWWWLLWWDWLWLWLDWDWWLWWWLDLD
SlavijaWLWLLLLDLLLLLLLWLWLWLWWWLDLWLW
Sloboda TuzlaLWLWLWLLLDLLWLWLDWLLLWLLLLWWWL
Široki BrijegWWDLWWWWWDWWWDDLDDWWWLWWWDDWWD
TravnikDWWLLLDLWLDDLLLLWLWLWLWLLWWLWD
VeležWWDDWLLWLLLDLWDDWDDDLLLWDLLWLL
ZrinjskiDWLDWLWDWWDDWDWWDLDDWLWLWLLWLL
ZvijezdaDLLWLWLLWDDDWLWWDWLDLLWWWLWLWW
ŽeljezničarLWLDWDWWWWWWWWWWWWDDWWWWWWWDWL
Source: SportSport.ba
W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lose
Notes: 1 Match in Round 12 between Čelik and Sloboda wasn't played in week 12, but was postponed for 16 November (between 13 and 14 week) to get Bilino Polje's pitch in a good shape for the play-off match for UEFA Euro 2012 between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Portugal which was scheduled for 11 November.[84]

Season statisticsEdit

Hat-TricksEdit

Player For Against Result Date
  Dejan Kojić Kozara Slavija 6–2 27 August 2011
  Mahir Karić GOŠK Rudar 3–0 11 September 2011
  Eldin Adilović Željezničar Velež 4–1 23 October 2011
  Eldin Adilović 4 Željezničar Rudar 0–5 17 March 2012
  Muamer Svraka Željezničar Sloboda 0–4 28 April 2012
  • 4 Player scored 4 goals

Clean sheetsEdit

Champion SquadEdit

FK Željezničar
Goalkeepers: Adnan Gušo (21); Elvis Karić (6); Semir Bukvić (3).

Defenders: Jadranko Bogičević (28/3); Benjamin Čolić (26); Josip Kvesić (25/1); Velibor Vasilić (22); Elvir Čolić (11); Semir Kerla (5); Josip Ćutuk (4);   Goran Marković (3).

Midfielders: Zajko Zeba (28/7); Muamer Svraka (27/10);   Patrick Nyema Gerhardt (24/1); Mirsad Bešlija (22/1); Nermin Jamak (21/3); Srđan Stanić (17); Samir Bekrić (13/5); Sulejman Smajić (13/2); Nermin Zolotić (11);   Perica Stančeski (5); Haris Hajradinović (1).

Forwards: Eldin Adilović (29/20); Vernes Selimović (26/9); Mirsad Ramić (11/1).

(league appearances and goals listed in brackets)

Managers: Amar Osim.

Transferred out during the season: Srđan Savić (6/1, released); Dejan Drakul (2, released); Edin Višća (1, to Istanbul BB).

NotesEdit

  • 1Without matches played on empty stadiums because of suspension.

See alsoEdit

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