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FOOTBALL CLUB

JEDINSTVO UB
OFFICIAL PRESENTATION

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CLUB HISTORY

FC Jedinstvo is one the oldest and most famous football clubs in Serbia. It was founded in
1920 and records its biggest successes in 1966, 1978, 1981 and 1986, when acchieved
the promotion to very strong Serbian league, then in the seasons 2000/01, 2001/02,
2003/04, 2004/05, 2005/06, when Jedinstvo competed in Serbian Second League.
Red-white shirt of Jedinstvo was worn by the club legend, Dragan Džajić, officialy the
best Serbian football player ever. He made his first football steps at the club’s sta-
dium, not far from his family house. Scouts of FC Red Star Belgrade spotted him at
one of the local tournaments. He was 17 when made his debut for Belgrade team.
Dragan Džajić is now one of the biggest Jedinstvo’s fans, not missing a single game.
Jedinstvo was first club for several more famous players from the past. In early 20’s of the
last century, full-back Ratko Čolić transferred from Jedinstvo to FC Partizan Belgrade, and
made his way to Serbian National Team. Dušan Savić, legendary Red Star’s player back
in ‘70s and ‘80s, favourite of their supporters “Delije”, was also product of our School of
Football.
Durring the ‘90s and last years of the last century, FC Jedinstvo was solid team, lead by
legendary Profa- Miodrag Radanović, played in Serbian Second and Third league. Our
supporters were chanting names of Boško Janković, Dušan Basta, Aleksandar Luković,
Marko Perović, Nenad Kovačević, Radosav Petrović, Nemanja Matić and many more great
players, such as Nenad and Boban Stojanović, Vladimir Bogdanović, Saša Vulević, Nenad
Milašinović, Nebojša Maksimović, Dušan Kerkez, Dejan Musović... This list will soon be up-
dated with some of current players, predicted to have a great career, like Marko Adamović
and Uroš Matić.

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DRAGAN DŽAJIĆ, THE CLUB LEGEND

Dragan Džajić is widely considered to be one of the


best football players in Serbia’s and the former Yugosla-
via’s and the best outside left wingers in soccer’s histo-
ry well known for his great crosses and passes, unstop-
pable dribbling with great pace, natural technique and
some of the best left footed free kicks ever. Considered
by many as one of the most underrated players in Eu-
ropean football partly because he played in Yugoslavia.
Džajić’s professional career (1961-1978) was spent pri-
marily with Red Star Belgrade, for whom he scored 287
goals in 590 games. He is considered one of the most
important players in the history of the club and is one
of only five players to have been awarded the Zvez-
dine zvezde. From 1975 to 1977 he played for SC
Bastia in France (finding the net another 31 times).
Džajić was just 18 when he was first named to the Yugoslav
national team. He made his debut on 17 June 1964 against
Romania and would go on to earn 85 caps (the most in
the history of the Yugoslav national team) and score 23
goals. Few who saw the left-winger play could ever for-
get Džajić’s brilliant play. He achieved international renown
for his passing and dribbling as well as his goal-scoring.
His most famous international match was likely the 1968
European Championship semifinal against England, in
which his 85th-minute lob over goalkeeper Gordon Banks
gave Yugoslavia a 1-0 victory against the defending world
champion. The British press dubbed him “the magic Dra-
gan,” and Pelé was moved to say: “Džajić is the Balkan
miracle – a real wizard. I’m just sorry he’s not Brazil-
ian because I’ve never seen such a natural footballer.”
Dragan Džajić was General Manager of Red Star and
Dragan Džajić has most of the credit for their winning Champions Cup
in 1990 and International Club Championship in 1991.
born 30 May 1946 in Ub, the best Serbian
player ever and the best forward in the world

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DUŠAN SAVIĆ, FAN’S FAVOURITE
Dušan “Dule” Savić (born June 1, 1955 in Ub, Serbia,
FPR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian former football player.
He started playing football in the local side Jedinstvo
Ub in his home town.

Savić arrived for a tryout at Red Star’s Marakana sta-


dium on March 21, 1972, and was promptly included
in the club’s youth system. Two years later in 1974,
he became a first team player. He quickly grew into
a feared striker and a fan favorite. At still only 19,
he made his national team debut for Yugoslavia. He
ended up playing more than 400 official matches for
Red Star Belgrade. He has 202 Apps in the Yugosla-
vian league, and he had scored 120 goals.

After leaving Red Star, he spent six seasons in


French Ligue 1: two with Lille OSC, and four with AS
Cannes. He also had a six-month stint in La Liga with
Sporting de Gijón.

In addition to being a Red Star former great, fondly


remembered by football fans across Serbia, Savić
unexpectedly grew into somewhat of a pop-culture
hero during the late 1990s.

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SEASON 2010/11

In the season 2008/09 FC Jedinstvo made a great success, by taking 4th place in strong
competition at Serbian League’s West Division. This success is gaining weight when you
bear in mind the fact that the “red-white” team was by far the youngest in the league.

This season FC Jedinstvo presents even younger team, with players borned 1990 and later.

Young team lead by club’s legend Vojimir Sinđić was called again to the International Tournament
in Viareggio, Italy, as a result of constant and successfull work with youth players. This could be a
road for greater things for these young players. We have no doubt that they will gain experience
by competing with fellow youngsters from major football clubs of the world.

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TORNEO VIAREGGIO SQUAD

Luka Puletić 1994 Midfield


Aleksandar Smiljković 1992 Forward
Perica Jovanović 1991 Defense
Milorad Cimirot 1990 Defense
Nemanja Branković 1991 Midfield
Aleksandar Pavić 1991 Defense
Vid Kizić 1991 Defense
Uroš Stević 1991 Midfield
Vojimir Sinđić Lazar Marković Miloš Čančar 1991 Forward
Head Coach Assistant Coach Vladimir Simić 1992 Midfield
Dejan Savović 1990 Forward
Mirko Ćurguz 1991 Goalkeeper
Ljubiša Rakić 1992 Goalkeeper
Luka Sinđić 1993 Midfield
Stefan Milovanović 1991 Midfield
Nemanja Vejnović 1992 Defense
Darko Mladenović 1992 Midfield
Nemanja Mijušković 1992 Defense
Miloš Panić 1994 Midfield

Mirko Ćurguz Ljubiša Rakić


Goalkeeper Goalkeeper

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TORNEO VIAREGGIO SQUAD

Aleksandar Smiljković Darko Mladenović Milorad Cimirot


Striker Midfielder Striker

Dejan Savović Luka Puletić Miloš Čančar


Striker Midfielder Striker

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TORNEO VIAREGGIO SQUAD

Miloš Panić Nemanja Branković Nemanja Mijušković


Midfielder Midfielder Defender

Nemanja Vejnović Perica Jovanović Stefan Milovanović


Defender Defender Midfielder

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TORNEO VIAREGGIO SQUAD

Aleksandar Pavić Uroš Sinđić Uroš Stević


Defender Midfielder Midfielder

Vid Kizić Vladimir Simić


Defender Midfielder

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THE MOST NOTABLE PLAYERS

Aleksandar
Luković
Zenit Sankt Petersburg

Dušan
Basta
Udinese

Boško
Janković
FC Genoa

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THE MOST NOTABLE PLAYERS
Dragan Nenad
Mrđa Kovačević
FC Sion RC Lens

Marko
Perović
New England Revolution

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THE MOST NOTABLE PLAYERS

Radosav Nemanja
Petrović Matić
Partizan Belgrade Chelsea FC

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SERBIA NATIONAL TEAM PLAYERS
Dragan Džajić
(also played for Red Star and Bastia) 85 caps / 23 goals
Boško Janković
(Red Star, Mallorca, Palermo, Genoa) 59/13 (including U21)
Nenad Kovačević
(Red Star, RC Lens) 25/0
Aleksandar Luković
(Red Star, Udinese, Zenit St. Petersburg) 20/0
Marko Perović
(Red Star, Basel, New England Revolution) 20/9 (incl. U21)
Dragan Mrđa
(Red Star, Lierse, Himki, Vojvodina, Sion FC) 17/5
Radosav Petrović
(Partizan Belgrade) 16/0
Ratko Čolić
(Partizan Belgrade) 14/0
Dušan Savić
(Red Star, Lille, Caen FC, Sporting Gijon) 12/4
Dušan Basta
(Red Star, Udinese, Lecce) 2/0
Nemanja Matić
(Koshice, Chelsea) 2/0
Veseljko Trivunović
(Red Star, Vojvodina, OFK Belgrade) 2/1
Đorđe Tutorić
(Red Star, Ferencvaros) 1/0

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FC JEDINSTVO 1950-1990

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FC JEDINSTVO 1990-2011

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BOARD & STAFF MEMBERS
Miroslav Blagojević
President of Managing Board

Nikola Starčević Vojimir Sinđić


Assembly President Head Coach

Radosav Ostojić Vladislav Tadić


Deputy President of MB Youth Team Manager

Dragan Đokić Čedomir Martić


General Secretary Football Club Jedinstvo Ub
Goalkeeper’s Coach
Ulica Omladinskih brigada b.b., 14210 Ub, Serbia
www.facebook.com/jedinstvo.ub
fcjedinstvo.ub@gmail.com

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