Vlatko Konjevod

Vladimir "Vlatko" Konjevod (1923[1]– 4 December 2005[2]) was a Yugoslav and later Bosnian professional football manager and player.

Vlatko Konjevod
Personal information
Full name Vladimir Konjevod
Date of birth 1923
Place of birth Sarajevo,
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
Date of death 4 December 2005(2005-12-04) (aged 81–82)
Place of death Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Position(s) Striker
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1939–1945 SAŠK
1945–1946 Osijek
1946–1947 Željezničar
1947–1954 Sarajevo
1954 Travnik
1955–1957 Slaven Živinice
1957–1959 Modriča
Teams managed
1954 Travnik
1955–1957 Slaven Živinice
1957–1959 Napredak Modriča
1959–1960 Čelik Zenica
1961–1964 Željezničar
1964–1965 Dinamo Zagreb
1966–1967 Beringen
1968–1969 Olimpija Ljubljana
1969–1970 Čelik Zenica
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Playing careerEdit

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He played for SAŠK, Osijek, Željezničar, Sarajevo, Travnik, Slaven Živinice and Napredak Modriča.

Managerial careerEdit

Konjevod player-managed Travnik, Slaven Živinice and Modriča, after which he fully managed Čelik Zenica, Željezničar, Dinamo Zagreb, Beringen[3] and Olimpija Ljubljana.

He won the 1948–49 Yugoslav Second League with Sarajevo as a player, while as a manager, Konjevod guided Željezničar to win the 1961–62 Yugoslav Second League (West Division) and Dinamo Zagreb to a 1964–65 Yugoslav Cup triumph.

HonoursEdit

PlayerEdit

Sarajevo

ManagerEdit

Željezničar

Dinamo Zagreb

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