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1998–99 First League of FR Yugoslavia

1998–99 First League of FR Yugoslavia
97-98
99-00
Statistics of First League of FR Yugoslavia (Serbian: Пpвa caвeзнa лигa, Prva savezna liga) for the 1998–99 season.

Overview

The league format changed from the previous season returning into the usual 18 clubs league format. All clubs meat each other twice, once home and once away. The bottom two clubs were relegated into the Second League of FR Yugoslavia with the 15th and 16th placed clubs playing a play-off against the respectively 4th and 3rd placed from the second league.

At the end of the season FK Partizan won the championship.

The top-scorer with 16 goals was Dejan Osmanović from FK Hajduk Kula.

League

Rank Club MP W D L GF GA GD P
1 Partizan 24 21 3 0 59 11 +48 66
2 Obilić 24 20 4 0 61 9 +52 64
3 Red Star 24 15 6 3 54 18 +36 51
4 Vojvodina 24 13 3 8 45 22 +23 42
5 Rad Beograd 24 17 7 6 26 26 0 40
6 Proleter Zrenjanin 24 10 5 9 29 29 0 35
7 Hajduk Kula 24 9 5 10 27 28 -1 32
8 OFK Beograd 24 8 7 9 35 39 -4 31
9 Sartid 1913 Smederevo 24 7 9 8 24 27 -3 30
10 Radnički Kragujevac 24 9 3 12 33 43 -10 30
11 Milicionar Beograd 24 8 5 11 39 39 0 29
12 Zemun 24 9 1 14 30 47 -17 28
13 Železnik 24 7 5 12 29 43 -14 26
14 Budućnost Podgorica 24 7 5 12 28 42 -14 26
15 Mogren Budva 24 4 8 12 18 42 -24 26
16 Radnički Niš 24 4 7 13 21 44 -23 19
17 Priština 24 5 3 16 25 49 -24 18
18 Spartak Subotica 24 6 0 18 33 58 -25 18
- Borac Čačak - - - - - - - -
- Čukarički - - - - - - - -
- Hajduk Beograd - - - - - - - -
- Sutjeska Nikšić - - - - - - - -

Champions

Partizan Belgrade (Coach: Ljubiša Tumbaković)

Players (league matches/league goals)

References

External links

  • RSSSF

Template:1998–99 in European Football (UEFA)

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