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Faruk Hadžibegić
Personal information
Full name Faruk Hadžibegić
Date of birth October 7, 1957 (1957-10-07) (age 52)
Place of birth    Sarajevo, FPR Yugoslavia
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Sweeper
Club information
Current club SC Bastia
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1976–1985
1985–1987
1987–1994
1994–1995
FK Sarajevo
Real Betis
Sochaux
Toulouse
241 (25)
075 0(8)
242 (16)
008 0(0)   
National team
1982–1992 Yugoslavia 061 0(6)
Teams managed
1995–1998
1999
2000-2001
2002–2003
2005
2006
2006
2007
2008-2009
2009-
Sochaux
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Betis
Troyes
Gaziantepspor
Diyarbakirspor
Denizlispor
Niort
Dijon FCO
SC Bastia

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Faruk Hadžibegić (born 7 October, 1957 in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia, FPR Yugoslavia), is a Yugoslav/Bosnian football manager and a retired football player. He is managing SC Bastia.

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Playing career

During his career he played for FK Sarajevo, Real Betis of Spain, FC Sochaux and Toulouse FC of France.

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International career

He was also a participant in the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy for the Yugoslavia national football team. Much like Roberto Baggio in 1994 finals, he missed the final penalty kick in the quarter-finals of 1990 against Argentina, sending the Yugoslav team home.

He played the last match for Yugoslavia in 1992.

Coaching career

He began his coaching career with his former club Sochaux with whom he gained promotion to Ligue 1 in 1997. He was then manager of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Betis, with whom he gained promotion to La Liga in 2001. He came back to France with Troyes before stints in Turkey with Gaziantepspor, Diyarbakirspor and Denizlispor. He then joined Niort. He was the manager of Dijon FCO since January 2008, but was released in June 2009.[1] On December 09, 2009 after firing coach Philippe Anziani [2], SC Bastia have finally officialized the name of his substitute that will be the former Dijon FCO coach[3].

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