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Kasim Kamenica (born 28 October 1954) is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian handball coach and former professional player.

Kasim Kamenica
Personal information
Born (1954-10-28) 28 October 1954 (age 64)
Goražde, FPR Yugoslavia
Nationality Bosnian
Senior clubs
Years Team
1971–1976
Radnički Goražde
1976–1980
RK Borac Uroševac
1980–1982
RK Železničar Niš
Teams managed
1982–1984
Radnički Goražde
1984–1985
RK Borac Uroševac
1985–1988
Pelister Bitola
1987–1989
Yugoslavia (juniors)
1988–1990
Zagreb Chromos
1990–1992
Partizan Belgrade
1992–1993
Atomic Köflach
1993–1996
Kometal Gjorče Petrov
1996–1997
RK Vardar
1997–1998
RK Mladost Bogdanci
1998–2003
RD Prule 67
2003–2004
Slovenia
2004–2005
Bosna Sarajevo
2004–2005
Bosnia and Herzegovina
2005–2007
Slovenia
2006–2007
Celje Pivovarna Laško
2008–2013
RK Nexe Našice
2009–2010
Montenegro
2013–2014
Lovćen Cetinje
2014–2015
MRK Goražde
2016
Zağnos Spor Kulübü
2016–2017
Pelister
2017
RK Zagreb
2017–2018
RK Vojvodina
2018–2019
RK Vogošća

Club careerEdit

With only 17 years he played for hometown club Radnički from Goražde. He is also played for Borac from Uroševac/Ferizaj and Železničar from Niš.

Coaching careerEdit

He starts his coaching career as the head coach of Radnički Goražde, Borac Uroševac and Macedonian Pelister Bitola.

In 1987/88 season, Kamenica managed Croatian Badel 1862 Zagreb bench till 1993.

He also coached teams: Serbian Partizan Belgrad, Austrian Atomic Köflach, Kometal from Skopje, Vardar Skopje, Mladost Bogdanci, Prule Ljubljana, Slovenian national team, RK Bosna Sarajevo, Bosnian national team, RK Celje, Našice Nexe, Montenegrin team, Lovćen Cetinje, MRK Goražde, Zağnos Kulübü, Pelister.

From May 2017 to October 2017, he coached Croatian champion PPD Zagreb.

From 2017 to March 2018, Kamenica coached RK Vojvodina. Most recently, from November 2018 to April 2019, he was the head coach of RK Vogošća.

HonoursEdit

PlayerEdit

Radnički Goražde
Borac Uroševac
Železničar Niš

CoachEdit

Yugoslavia U-21
Zagreb
Kometal Gjorče Petrov Skopje
Prule 67
Slovenia
Celje Pivovara Laško
Lovćen Cetinje

ReferencesEdit