Vladislav Bogićević

Vladislav Bogićević
Personal information
Date of birth (1950-11-07) 7 November 1950 (age 66)
Place of birth Belgrade, FPR Yugoslavia
Playing positionMidfielder
Youth career
1965-1968Red Star Belgrade
Senior career*
1968-1978Red Star Belgrade185(17)
1969-1970→ Maribor (loan)34(0)
1978-1984New York Cosmos203(31)
National team
Teams managed
1995-1996New York Centaurs
2000-2002 FR Yugoslavia (assistant)
2010SC White Eagles
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.


Vladislav Bogićević (Serbian Cyrillic: Владислав Богићевић; delivered 7 November 1950 in Belgrade, Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia) is certainly a Serbian previous football (soccer) participant. He is an associate from the American Country wide Soccer Hall of Popularity.

Club career

Bogićević's playing profession included 13 periods with Red Superstar Belgrade where he was component of five Yugoslav group winning groups. Throughout his period at Red Superstar he was known by nickname Bleki.Along with his confident enjoy for Red Star, Bogićević garnered interest from several European clubs. Nevertheless, strict sporting guidelines of communist Yugoslavia proclaiming that no participant could move overseas until the begin of twelve months where he transforms 28 avoided the transfer from occurring.

New York Cosmos

In January 1978, technically even now at age 27, Bogićević joined up with the brand new York Cosmos from the UNITED STATES Soccer League. With time, the mass media would nickname him Bogie. In 203 regular period games, Bogićević have scored 31 goals and 147 helps. He made an appearance in extra 33 playoff video games credit scoring 8 goals and 19 helps."Bogie" was called to either the initial or second group all-star group in each of his seven NASL periods (second group in 1978 and 1979, and initial group in 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, and 1984). He was also on three NASL tournament winning groups. He was the group assist head in 1981, 1982, and 1983.Bogićević was inducted in to the U.S. Country wide Soccer Hall of Popularity on 14 Oct 2002.


For the international picture, Bogićević appeared in 23 fits for Yugoslavia, rating a complete of two goals, and representing his country in the 1974 FIFA World Cup.

Euro 72 qualifying

Bogićević produced his debut in 9 Might 1971 versus East Germany. Seeking to secure the 0-2 apart lead, head trainer Vujadin Boškov brought the 21-year-old being a second-half replacement for Brane Oblak. By the finish Yugoslavia conceded an objective, but still were able to hang on for essential 1-2 away earn before 94,876 supporters in Leipzig.Short alternative appearance was Bogićević's just action of the complete qualifying cycle. Yugoslavia completed the qualifying group at the top, but dropped to Soviet Union in the next qualifying round and therefore didn't clinch an area for the ultimate competition in Belgium.It might be year . 5 before Bogićević got another possibility with the nationwide group. On 20 Sept 1972, in planning for the beginning of 1974 Globe Glass qualifying, Yugoslavia performed an agreeable with Italy in Turin. Mind trainer Boskov who remained on for another qualifying routine despite failing in the last one provided Bogićević another replacement appearance - this time around for Petar Krivokuća.

1974 World Cup qualifying

Bogićević didn't feature in the first two fits of Yugoslavia's qualifying advertising campaign through the fall of 1972.Nevertheless, he finally got a beginning opportunity in 9 Might 1973 in an agreeable versus Western world Germany in Munich aswell as four times afterwards versus Poland in Warsaw. Month or two afterwards he was a beginner in another friendly versus Hungary in Belgrade.As the qualifying resumed on 21 October 1973 using a clash versus Spain in Zagreb, Bogićević reached another milestone - his first competitive begin in the country wide team. It had been an indicator of Boškov's new-found rely upon Bogićević which the coach decided such a huge event for the youngster's competitive beginning debut. Yugoslavia drew 0-0 using the group favourites as well as the unsatisfactory draw spelled the finish of Boškov's period with the nationwide group as he got changed by a troublesome 5-man coaching fee comprising Miljan Miljanić, Milan Ribar, Sulejman Rebac, Tomislav Ivić, and Milovan Ćirić. In the rest of the qualifier, Yugoslavia was hence looking at the chance of experiencing to win apart in Greece with a two-goal margin to retain any expectations of qualifying. Bogićević didn't get yourself a one minute in the nerve-wracking match that Yugoslavia gained 2-4 thus obtaining its two-goal margin through an objective by Stanislav Karasi deep into damage time.Because of finishing the group stage level in points and objective difference, Yugoslavia and Spain were ordered to competition a single-match playoff in a neutral place with the champion going to the ultimate tournament. Bogicevic performed the entire ninety in the epic showdown in Frankfurt that was chose by Josip Katalinski's scrambled objective.


Since pension from football, Bogicevic tried his hand at many various things. He was employed by CONCACAF to market soccer through the entire USA. He later opened up an Italian cafe and entered real estate industry for some time. He also created a soccer academy in Clifton, NJ, that bears his name.


In 1994, Bogićević started to take a pastime in coaching and has since that time had numerous low-key head coaching stints.In July 1995, he overran the coaching reins of, now defunct, A-League's NY Centaurs after coach Len Roitman stepped down in the center of the growing season. The group finished last within their division.After getting involved in national team scouting sessions during Globe Glass 1998, he signed a two-year contract with Yugoslav FA in August 2000. When Ilija Petković required the head training role for the very first time, Bogićević became his associate. Petković resigned in early 2001, but Bogićević remained on.In Dec 2001 when Yugoslav/Serbo-Montenegrin FA wanted a single nationwide team coach to displace the 3-man coaching commission, Bogićević portrayed strong desire for the positioning and was interviewed. After that YFA chief executive Dragan Stojković publicly stated Bogićević experienced a disadvantage set alongside the additional candidates because of his limited mind coaching encounter and too little bench outcomes.[1] However, only several days later on, Dejan Savićević, was presented with the work despite having no prior training encounter. When his agreement using the FA expired in the summertime of 2002, Bogićević, who by this time around was in a job of observer, didn't desire to renew it and remaining the national group.One of is own most recent training stints was with Portuguese Initial division part Belenenses through the 2003/2004 time of year. He resigned by the end of the growing season.This year 2010, Bogićević coached SC White Eagles from Paterson, NJ, a team that competes in the North Jersey Soccer League. In 2012, he became a member of Nyack University (NCAA Department II) Women's soccer personnel as an associate/technical consultant of Head Trainer Samuel Oduro.

Career statistics

International goals

# Date Location Opponent Rating Result Competition 1. 18 June 1974 Parkstadion, Gelsenkirchen, Western Germany  Zaire 9–0 Get 1974 FIFA Globe Glass 2. 9 June 1975 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo, Norway  Norway 1–3 Get UEFA Euro 1976 qualifying Correct by 10 Dec 2013

See also

NK Maribor players