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Ljubiša Broćić

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Ljubiša Broćić
Љубиша Бpoћић
Full nameLjubiša Broćić
Date of birth(1911-10-03)October 3, 1911
Place of birthGuča, Kingdom of Serbia
Date of deathAugust 16, 1995(1995-08-16) (aged 83)
Place of deathMelbourne, Australia
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
SK Jugoslavija
Teams managed
1946Albania
1947–1950Metalac Belgrade
1951Red Star Belgrade
1952FK Vojvodina
1953Red Star Belgrade
1954–1955Egypt
1955Racing Beirut
1956Lebanon
1956–1957PSV Eindhoven
1957–1959Juventus
1959–1960PSV Eindhoven
1960–1961FC Barcelona
1961CD Tenerife
1962Kuwait
1962–1964New Zealand
1964–66South Melbourne Hellas
1968–1969New Zealand
1969South Melbourne Hellas
1970Kuwait
1971–1975Bahrain
1976–1979Al Nassr

Ljubiša Broćić (Serbian Cyrillic: Љубиша Бpoћић; 3 October 1911 in Guča, Kingdom of Serbia – 16 August 1995) was a Serbian football manager.

Over the course of his career he was at the helm of some of the top European sides: PSV Eindhoven, Juventus, and FC Barcelona.[1] He also was the manager of Al-Nasr in Saudi Arabia, as well as the Albania, OFK Beograd,[2] Racing Beirut, Lebanon,[3] Kuwait's and Bahrain's national teams.[4] With Albania Broćić won the Balkan Cup in its 1946 tournament.

1953 the Yugoslav national team was traveling in Brazil, where, according to senior officials in the then Yugoslav Football Association contacted the Chetnik emigrants, why was never allowed to return to Belgrade. The coach did not allow the communist authorities to interfere in his team selection during the World Cup in Brazil and tried to maintain his authority claiming he was defamed for allowing Serbian and Croatian immigrants in Brazil to simply take photos with the national team players.

He also coached Footscray JUST and South Melbourne Hellas[5] in the Victorian State League during the 1960s, and also had stints with the New Zealand national football team.[6]

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