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Ljubiša Broćić
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Date of birth 3 October, 1911
Place of birth    Guča, Čačak, Kingdom of Serbia
Date of death    August 16, 1995 (aged 83)
Place of death    Melbourne, Australia
Teams managed
1946
1947-1950
1951
1952
1953
1954-1955
1956-1957
1957-1958
1959-1960
1960-1961
1961
1962
1964-66
1968-1969
1969
1970
1971-1975
1980
Albania
OFK Beograd
Red Star Belgrade
FK Vojvodina
Red Star Belgrade
Egypt
PSV Eindhoven
Juventus
PSV Eindhoven
FC Barcelona
CD Tenerife
Kuwait
New Zealand
South Melbourne Hellas
New Zealand
South Melbourne Hellas
Kuwait
Bahrain


* Appearances (Goals)

Ljubiša Broćić (3 October, 1911 in Belgrade, Kingdom of Serbia – 16 August, 1995) was a Yugoslavian football manager.

Over the course of his career he was at the helm of some of the top European sides: Red Star Belgrade, 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], Kuwait's and Bahrain's national teams[3]. With Albania Broćić won the Balkan Cup.

He also coached Footscray JUST and South Melbourne Hellas[4] in the Victorian State League during the 1960s, and also had stints with the New Zealand national team, the All Whites[5].

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