|Full name||Nexhat Shabani|
|Date of birth||11 November 1963|
|Place of birth||SFR Yugoslavia|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
After playing initially with FK Vardar in the Yugoslav First League, he went on during the mid-1980s to several Yugoslav Second League clubs in order to gain more experience, such were KF Liria, FK Belasica and FK Proleter Zrenjanin. He then also played with third-level side FK Metalurg Skopje which was at time rising to become in the flowing decade a regular participant in the Macedonian top-league.
He started coaching FK Sloga Jugomagnat in March 2002 after the departure of the main coach Gjore Jovanovski whose Šabani was working with as assistant manager. Once Jovanovski left to Turkey to coach Sansunspor, the Renova direction board decided to give a chance to Šabani to demonstrate hiis sills as main coach. He would resigned be late October that year.
- "Asovi YU-Fudbala" page 92 (in Serbian)
- Nedzat Sabani at mackolik.com
- Sloga give Shabani his chance at UEFA.com
- Sabani steps down at Sloga at UEFA.com, 26-10-2002
- Nedzat Sabani at Worldfootball
- Nedzat Sabani profile at Soccerway
- Nedzat Shabani named as Shkendija manager at macedonianfootball.com 10-10-2011
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