Srećko Bogdan

Srećko Bogdan
Personal information
Date of birth(1957-01-05) 5 January 1957 (age 60)
Place of birthMursko Središće, FPR Yugoslavia
Height1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing positionDefender
Youth career
1970-1973Rudar Mursko Središće
1973-1974Čakovec
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1974-1985Dinamo Zagreb262(34)
1985-1993Karlsruher SC245(21)
Total507(55)
National team
1977-1983Yugoslavia11(0)
1990-1991Croatia2(1)
Teams managed
1996-2001Karlsruher SC (assistant)
2001-2002VfR Mannheim
2005-2006Inter Zaprešić
2007-2008Segesta
2009-2010Međimurje
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Biography

* Senior club looks and goals counted for the home league only. Srećko Bogdan (given birth to 5 January 1957 in Mursko Središće, Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia) is a retired Croatian footballer who also played a defender. He’s now a youngsters trainer in NK Inter Zaprešić.

Playing career

He started his profession in his city with NK Rudar Mursko Središće, where he spent 3 years before moving to MTČ Čakovec and beginning his senior profession in 1973. He spent one time of year . 5 with Čakovec before moving 1st to Dinamo Zagreb and later on to Karlsruhe. He's presently in third put in place Dinamo Zagreb's all-time set of looks for the golf club, with a complete of 595 looks where he obtained 125 goals. He performed for Dinamo Zagreb between January 1975 and June 1985, and he shifted to Karlsruhe in the German Second Bundesliga. After 2 yrs at Karlsruhe, he handled promotion towards the Bundesliga using the golf club and subsequently produced 169 looks for the golf club in the little league over the next six seasons, rating nine goals. He retired from playing in June 1993.In his worldwide career, he performed for both former Yugoslavia and Croatia, and earned 11 caps for Yugoslavia and two for Croatia, scoring one goal for the second option.

Managerial career

Bogdan worked like a trainer at Karlsruhe's youngsters academy between 1993 and 1996, following his pension as a new player in the golf club. He continued to are an assistant trainer in the club's first group between 1996 and 2001.The first club where he was appointed mind coach was Croatian side Inter Zaprešić, where he was in control in 2005 and 2006. He was after that appointed head trainer at Segesta Sisak in January 2007, sticking to the golf club until Oct 2008. In Oct 2009, he was appointed mind trainer at Međimurje, putting your signature on a contract before end from the 2009–10 time of year. He was sacked on 2 Apr 2010, when the golf club found themselves around the brink from the relegation area after a streak of five video games without a earn.

Other work

Through the 2006 FIFA World Glass, Bogdan commented many of the tournament's fits like a co-commentator for the Croatian Radiotelevision (HRT).

Source
Wikipedia
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