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Ivan Marković

Ivan Marković
Personal information
Date of birth(1928-11-06)6 November 1928
Place of birthSenj, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Date of death15 November 2006(2006-11-15) (aged 78)
Place of deathZagreb, Croatia
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1946–1947Nehaj Senj
1948–1958Poštar Zagreb
1959–1960Sava Zagreb
Teams managed
1960Torpedo
1961Kustošija
1962Orijent
1967Zagreb
1968–1969Orijent
1970Maribor
1971Zagreb
1973–1974Dinamo Zagreb
Yugoslavia (Youth teams)
1975–1976Toronto Metros-Croatia
Yugoslavia (Olympic team)
Toronto Italia
1977–1978Marseille
1979–1980Maribor
1980Dinamo Zagreb
1982Dubrovnik
1983–1984Orijent
1985Sturm Graz
1988–1989Toronto Italia
1990–1991Radnik Velika Gorica
1991Vorwärts
1992Toronto Italia
1993Beltinci
1994–1995Karlovac
1997Varteks
1998–1999Samobor
2000–2001Radnik Velika Gorica
2003Hamilton Thunder
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Ivan "Ðalma" Marković (6 November 1928 - 15 November 2006) was a Croatian footballer and football manager.

Player career

He played for lower leagues club Nehaj Senj, Poštar Zagreb and Sava Zagreb.[1]

Manager career

All along a manager career which lasted 40 years, he worked with Torpedo, Kustošija, Orijent, Dinamo Zagreb, Maribor, Zagreb, Toronto Metros-Croatia,[2] Toronto Italia, Marseille, Dubrovnik, Sturm Graz,[3] Radnik Velika Gorica, Vorwärts,[4] Beltinci, Karlovac, Varteks, Samobor[5] and Hamilton Thunder.[6]

References

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  • (French) Profile

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