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Todor Veselinović
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Date of birth October 22, 1930 (1930-10-22) (age 79)
Place of birth    Novi Sad, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Playing position Striker
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1948–1950
1951–1952
1952–1953
1953–1961
1961–1962
1962–1964
1964–1965
1965–1967
1967–1968
Sloga Novi Sad
FK Vojvodina
FK Partizan
FK Vojvodina
Sampdoria
First Vienna
R. Union Saint-Gilloise
Austria Klagenfurt
FK Proleter Zrenjanin

22 (7)
22 (15)
170 (123)   
National team
1953–1961 Yugoslavia 037 0(28)
Teams managed

1972–1973
1974–1977
1977–1980
1982–1984
1984–1985
1985–1986
1986–1987
1987–1988
1988–1990
1990–1991
1996–1997
1997–1998
Independiente Santa Fe
Colombia
FK Vojvodina
Olympiacos
Yugoslavia
Fenerbahçe
Apollon Athens
Diagoras
AEK Athens
Fenerbahçe
Karşıyaka
Fenerbahçe
Ethnikos Piraeus

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

Olympic medal record
Competitor for  Yugoslavia
Men’s Football
Silver Melbourne 1956 Team Competition

Todor "Toza" Veselinović (Serbian: Тодор Веселиновић) (born 22 October 1930 in Novi Sad) is a former Serbian football player and coach. He is one of the most renowned goal scorers in Yugoslavian national team history.

At international level, he won 37 caps and scored 28 goals. He played in the 1954 FIFA World Cup and 1958 FIFA World Cup, scoring three goals in the latter tournament.

He later began a coaching career and managed several clubs, including Independiente Santa Fe in Colombia and Fenerbahçe S.K. in Turkey. He won eight cups and two Turkish league titles (1985 and 1989) with Fenerbahçe.

He also managed Yugoslavia at the finals of Euro 84 in France, where they lost all three of their games. Veselinović's time as Yugoslav manager was characterized by continuous tinkering and changing of his team selection. In two seasons at the helm, he used 43 different players in nine competitive matches, and a further 16 players in friendlies.

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