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Kostadin "Kosta" Papić (Serbian Cyrillic: Костадин "Коста" Папић) (born June 17, 1960 in Novi Sad, SR Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a football (soccer) coach who is known for working in Africa.

Coaching career

Previous clubs: Kaizer Chiefs[1], Maritzburg United, Orlando Pirates[2] (all SA); Lobi Stars, Enyimba, Enugu Rangers, Kwara United (all Nigeria)

He recently set up a youth academy in Randburg, South Africa. This academy has since failed leaving many players disgruntled after having spent a lot of money expecting many promises to be fulfilled. Many if not all have never materialised. In December 2008 moved to Ghana and coached Accra Hearts of Oak SC[3] and was fired on 20 June 2009[4]. He worked last as Head Coach by Accra Hearts of Oak SC up to July 2009 but nowday he signed to a Head Coach of Young Africans FC for 2 years contract.

Trivia

He is nicknamed "Bill Clinton" due to his striking resemblance to the former American president.

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